Bank money is almost always to promote a new star, and WWE actually did that, but something about it is right I couldn't feel it. In any case, the Saturday night show at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas evoked all sorts of emotions. That's the best you can ask for a wrestling show.
Liv Morgan has finally reached the moment she deserves. Not only did she earn women's money in a bank ladder match, but only a few hours later she cashed out her contract, surprisingly defeating the injured Ronda Rousey with the story of just defeating Natalia, becoming the first SmackDown Women's Champion. I did. I felt like one big story unfolded all night. Theory, who lost to Bobby Lashley in the US Championship early in the show, took part in the Men's Money in the Bank match with a surprise for the eighth person. Given a storyline opportunity by Mr. McMahon, the 24-year-old boy eventually won much of the disappointment of the crowd. Theory now carries nuclear heat with him. However, it feels like WWE is ducking money to the bank winners, as the theory is likely to cash in on the baby's face to beat the champion.
This is an important point from the funny Money at the bank show, which gave fans a lot to talk about and theorize what the future holds.
Liv In The Moment
Morgan's time is finally here. A person from New Jersey who hasn't been a champion for years is officially one of the cozy moments of the night. This is the trust of the company that Morgan, who has become very emotional, has worked hard at various stages of his career, and she finally seems ready. With her defeating Raussie, WWE's trust in her felt much stronger.
If you choose how this was done, this is the sixth of seven chances and the female money winner in the bank will be within two days. Become a champion. Winners — one of which Becky Lynch gave up to Asuka — and the third happened at the event itself. It feels like a rinse and a recurring booking, but at least it had some of the appeal of Morgan's cross-brand, which defeats the normally unmanageable Roussie.
It seemed that "the worst woman on earth" was trying to turn her heels, but instead she hugged Morgan and walked away. If WWE is planning a baby-faced Morgan feud against Rousey on her heels, along with Shayna Baszler on her side of SummerSlam, she feels she could come to SmackDown in the near future. Rausie may take a break, but it's very difficult for her to see the two stadium shows coming up. Raussie, who was booed when she first ankle-locked Morgan, said in her recent interview that she wanted to be a heel, and Morgan gives her a wonderful baby face. If so, Morgan's reign is certainly and sadly short-lived, and Saturday will be another WWE moment just as it is
The end of the women's ladder match goes very well. I was. Becky Lynch pushed the other four competitors against the rope with a ladder, leaving what looked like a clear path to the briefcase until Morgan jumped on the ladder next to her. When Lynch tried to push her away, Morgan was able to step her foot on the rope and put her back in the center, defeating her Big Time Bex. She got a very good pop when she climbed and canceled her contract.
This was an overall good match with tons of ladder spots. .. Morgan jumps over the summit of Rodriguez, which continues to be presented as a dangerous power, and pulls a seemingly dangerous falling powerbomb away from the ladder to Lacy Evan. Rodriguez and Asuka made a really fun series of reversals around a ladder leaning between the ring and the commentary table. It ended with Lynch delivering leg drops to both of them from different ladders.
It doesn't matter to make the theory Mr. Money of the bank. It's how it was done and he's the champion who needs to monetize it. Sending a telegram to the winner in any match is never a good thing. WWE has done it twice in the last three years in men's games. Brock Lesnar made a shocking return in 2019 and Theory was added as a participant later this year. He fought against his fan's favorite Riddle and finally got a briefcase.
His victory itself makes sense, but what happens after this moment? The heel theory feels like zero threat to cash-in in Reigns, but it feels like it can be done to those who eventually defeat the tribal chief. Unless the theory fixes the baby's face in a triple threat scenario, it can create an immediate feud with Cody Rhodes or Drew McIntyre. But that also makes little sense. What I find logical is that John Cena tries to set the final match by interfering with the theory's cash-in attempt. WWE makes the winners of banks not near Rains think they want money, as Rollins and Riddle were better choices.
During the match, other competitors did everything they could to neutralize Omos. They buried him under a ladder and six people lifted the giant and passed it to the announcement table. Riddle also managed his companions floating in the mountains of his competitors away from the ladder and delivered Super RKO from the rudder to Rollins at the spot of the match. Zayn, Madcap Moss, Seth Rollins, and Riddle, in particular, all had a higher quality opportunity before Theory finished their work, so there was more enthusiastic effort to win the deal.
The Street Profits and the undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship Usos was everything we were thinking – Show Steeler — and it's back in It seems to play a match SummerSlam. After delivering 1D, Jey Uso pulled Montez Ford's shoulders off the pin mat. The referee didn't see it, but Ford reacted angry and WWE showed a clear replay, allowing the Street Profits to move the story forward in the possibility of winning in Nashville. .. Michael Cole hinted that Ford and Dawkins weren't on the same page, so it's probably a farewell angle – but it's unlikely how the finish was done.
This match is, of course, given enough time , The number was very small. The card and the two teams made the most of it. The Usos got off at a very slow pace as the Street Profits fell apart, mocked them, and offered cheap shots in the process. As the pace got faster, things changed the way for Ford and Dawkins. The Street Profits hit their signature double blockbuster from the top rope, then hit the spine buster against the frog slash combo, but didn't win, and it left the crowd hanging almost in the fall. The crowd was really behind Ford and Dawkins, and they appear to be the team most likely to leave Usos, but it has to wait now.
The defeated Carmella's post-match attack on raw female champion Rhea Ripley at least seems that this feud isn't over yet, and the original injured challenger Rhea Ripley returns soon. I wonder if it will come. Hopefully she is, and this is just a rematch of Raw. That doesn't mean the match between Berea and Carmella was bad. What I needed was fine, but Berea didn't feel the real danger. Very similar to the defeat of other Carmella title matches, I saw the challenger pretty sure to get rid of it at KDO. Ripley is by far the biggest threat to Berea and it's a matter of when WWE will play in the ring
Ronda Rousey wins Natalia to maintain SmackDown Women's Champion
Before Rousey was cashed in, she had a slightly better match against Natalia than expected, and Morgan's I set the moment properly. This started slowly, focusing on many submissions. However, it reached the point where Raussie's leg was "injured", after which a very cool submission transition from a sharp shooter or arm bar attempt to a potential sharp shooter to a more horizontal arm bar for tap-out. It has occurred. At some point Rausie placed a sharp shooter in Natalia, performing a flexion of her biceps like Shawn Michaels.
Bobby Lashley goes beyond theory to win the US Championship
This match sought to find a way for theory to avoid or limit Lashley's power advantage. It was about that. Almost failed. At some point, Theory rolled into Lashley, lifted him overhead, and dropped him for a power slam. When the theory grabbed Lashley's eyes and hit him with a spear, the end came – it seemed ready to win in a very unpleasant way. However, Almighty was able to compete with Theory's A Towndown against Heartlock to become a three-time US champion. There aren't many reliable heels for Lashley to feud in Raw. Maybe someone like Veer Mahaan is next.
WWE runs a very mysterious vignette, and many do Bray Wyatt I thought it could be teased, but it feels like a resurgence of the edge and an image-based debut of Gable Steveson.
WWE played Pat McAfee and Happy Corbin officially in SummerSlam after the show was over and attacked SmackDown commentators
Therefore, WWE played Bliss in the MITB match. After losing, she ran a commercial for that credit card, including her doll Lily buying goods with the card. It was definitely irrelevant for a child doll to push a credit card, and I felt it was irrelevant. According to tweets from the people at the show, the place was booed in the arena.
Biggest Winner: Liv Morgan
Biggest Loser:Seth Rollins
Best Match : Usos vs. The Street Profits
Grade: B +