WWE Money In The Bank Results With Videos: May 19, 2019
One of the most exciting nights in WWE emanated last night in the form of Money in the Bank pay-per-view. Multiple championships were on the line from both Raw and Smackdown on the show. But as always, the two ladder matches were the main attractions of the night that crowned two Money in the Bank winners. Here’re complete results from the show that took place at the XL Center in Hartford, Connecticut.
The Usos vs. SmackDown Tag Team Champions Rowan and Daniel Bryan (c)
Rowan delivered double suplexes on both the Usos to set up Bryan for his pendant LeBell Lock on Jey Usos. Jimmy broke the move as Rowan arrived for help. But the Usos kept him down with a double superkick and a double suicide dive. Bryan also ate a superkick after which the Usos delivered stereo splashes off the top rope to pick up the win.
Women’s Money in the Bank Match: Natalya vs. Dana Brooke vs. Naomi vs. Nikki Cross vs. Bayley vs. Mandy Rose vs. Ember Moon vs. Carmella
Carmella hurt herself legit during the ladder match as the referees checked her. Mandy Rose put away Ember Moon with a Bed of Roses on the ladder and started climbing on it. But a hurt Carmella came back and slammed Mandy into the ladder. Sonya Deville stopped her from doing so and delivered a spear. She started climbing with Rose on her shoulder. But Bayley pushed her off out of nowhere and won the Money in the Bank briefcase.
United States Championship match: Samoa Joe vs. Rey Mysterio
Mysterio started the match with a Hurricurana followed by a springboard seated senton. Joe started bleeding from his nose as he went for a powerbomb. Mysterio rolled him up for a shocking win. After the match, Dominick joined his father in the ring for a celebration. But Joe delivered a vicious beatdown on Mysterio to put him down.
Steel Cage Match: The Miz vs. Shane McMahon
McMahon went with the torture act with The Miz followed by a neckbreaker. McMahon went for the Coast-to-Coast and jumped, but Miz countered and applied the Figure Four Leglock. McMahon escaped the move but The Miz landed a Skull Crushing Finale but McMahon survived. McMahon climbed up the cage as Miz went for a Suplex off the cage. But McMahon slid off and touched the floor first to win at Money in the Bank.
WWE Cruiserweight Championship:
Tony Nese (c) vs. Ariya Daivari
Daivari hit Nese with a vicious hammerlock clothesline for a near fall. The champion came back with a super Hurricurana followed by the knee to the corner to retain at Money in the Bank.
Raw Women’s Championship Match: Becky Lynch vs. Lacey Evans
Evans was in control in the early part of the match hitting Becky with a knee to her and a swinging neckbreaker for a near fall. Becky came back with a diving clothesline off the second rope. Becky hit a Bexploder and went for the top rope move when Lacey rolled out of the way. Evans hit a neckbreaker and a quick knee to the face for a near fall. But Becky successfully locked in the Dis-Arm-Her to pick up the submission win.
Smackdown Women’s Championship Match: Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair
Charlotte Flair came out and forced Becky to compete in the second title match off the night. Becky escaped a Natural Selection attempt and tried to get a count-out win. Lacey came back and hit a Women’s Right to Becky. Flair delivered her with a big boot for the win. After the match, Lacey and Flair double-teamed on Becky when Bayley ran out to make the save. Flair hit the turnbuckle headfirst allowing Bayley to cash in her briefcase. Bayley delivered the top rope elbow on Flair to become the new Smackdown women’s champion at Money in the Bank.
Roman Reigns vs. Elias
Elias cracked the guitar at backstage on Reigns and arrived at the ring for a performance. Reigns’ music hit the arena as delivered a Superman Punch to Elias. He followed up with a huge spear for an easy win.
WWE Universal Championship Match: Seth Rollins vs. AJ Styles
Seth Rollins had the early offenses by delivering a Buckle Bomb before hitting a Frog Splash off the top rope, but Styles kicked out! Rollins followed up with an inverted superplex before rolling through into a reverse DDT for a near fall! Styles countered with a Styles Clash but Rollins kicked out of it and hit the Revolution Knee alongside a Superkick. The Carb Stomp was next to pin Styles and win at Money in the Bank.
WWE Championship Match:
Kofi Kingston vs. Kevin Owens
Owens was in control in the early part of this Money in the Bank title match. He delivered a frog splash off the apron to the floor for a near fall. He followed up with a vicious superkick on Kofi out of mid-air but failed again. Kofi converted a Boston Crab into a Trouble in Paradise but Owens rolled out of the ring. He came back with a Stone Cold Stunner but Kofi grabbed the bottom rope. The champion countered a Swanton Bomb and hit the Trouble in Paradise for the second time to retain his championship.
Men’s Money in the Bank Match: Ricochet vs. Braun Strowman vs. Drew McIntyre vs. Baron Corbin vs. Finn Balor vs. Ali vs. Andrade vs. Randy Orton
Sami Zayn could not compete in the Money in the Bank match as Braun Strowman attacked him at the backstage area. Triple H and the backstage officials found him hanging in a rope. So the match started with seven participants competing in it. McIntyre looked forward to climbing the ladder to digest an RKO. Corbin sent Orton into the ring post and started to climb. Ali shoved him off the ladder went for the briefcase. Suddenly, Brock Lesnar’s music hit the arena as he knocked Ali off the ladder. The beast climbed with another ladder and grabbed the Money in the Bank briefcase to close the show.
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