Interview of Drew McIntyre
Mclyntyre was addressing Seth Rollins for his attack on RAW last week. Mclyntyre said, he had to think whether Seth worthy of a matxh or not. But as a true champion, he will prove himself, so he gave a chance to Rollins to challenge him in money in the Bank in three weeks. In between Angel Garza, Austin Theory and Zelina Vega came and accused Mclyntyre for focussing too much on money in the bank. Andrade made his entry from behind but got a kick from Mclyntyre, and Drew continued his role.
Aleister Black def. Austin Theory
For money in the Bank Qualifying Match,Zelina Vega started yelling at Black for interrupting Theory and said to play fairly. Taking benifit of this time, Theory blindfolded Black but Black attacked on Theory’s arm. Theory failed to hit ATL multiple times and finally Black finished him. In last he announced to turn Money in the Bank in his five opponents ” his own personal hell”.
Shayna Baszler def. Indi Hartwell
Baszler made a statement ment that she didn’t take things too far , when she stomped Sara Logan’s arm. But this time she also did the same with Hartwell and Hartwell avoided it. This made Baszler just more angry , she used the same move again and win by stoppage during the match.
Ricochet & Cedric Alexander def. Shane Thorne & Brendon Wink
Ricochet &Cedric lost against ‘Viking Raiders’ last week, so they were put in with NXT roaster members Thorne and Wink.Ricochet recoil setup Alexander to hit the Lumbar check for the win to keep moving on the track.
Backstage Interview of Kairi Sane and Asuka
Sane was ready for a rematch after losing to her last week said, ‘Asuka’.
Nia Jax def. Kairi Sane
Sane was unable to handle Jax although she tried to damage Jax’ knee. Asuka cheering for Sane in backstage,by hitting ‘ Samon drop’ for victory.
Jax kept her liability during the match and in second week also , the match didn’t help to solve in ring issues.
Apolo Crews def. MVP
MVP cut a promo, where he forgot Crews’ name while praising him , leading Crews to cut off the promo. Then MVP talked some trash about to Crews and tried to hit. Crew fired back and hit a sit out Powerbomb to win.
Liv Morgan def. Ruby Riott
The former Riott Squad teammates tangled in a solid, if short, match that Morgan was able to win after using the second rope to spring backward into a Flatliner for the win. With Sarah Logan recently released and this match operating as an unannounced throwaway in the middle of Raw, it seems whatever the larger plans were for the Riott Squad split are done and gone at this point.
Rey Mysterio def. Murphy
Murphy focused a large amount of offense on the dislocated finger of Mysterio, adding an extra bit of nastiness to what was an excellent bit of TV wrestling. Both men brought their best, hitting high-impact moves and convincingly building to near falls through the match. Mysterio hit a destroyer, then his finishing combination for the victory, punching his ticket to the Money in the Bank.
Charlotte Flair def. Kayden Carter
NXT talent Carter was in action against the brand’s champion. Carter showed some good fire, hitting a crucifix bomb and locking Flair in a submission she could only break by whipping the upstart into the ropes. Flair turned things around quickly enough, locking in a Figure-Eight to force the submission.
Andrade def. Akira
Andrade was out after taking a pair of Claymore Kicks from Drew McIntyre to open the show. Tozawa put up a good fight, hitting some of his high-speed offense to take the match over for the middle stretch, but eventually fell victim to Andrade’s hanging hammerlock DDT for the finish, giving Vega’s boys their first win for the night.
Bianca Belair def. Santana
The Street Profits were out to introduce Belair and remained on commentary through the match. Belair played with her food in an elaborate squash that allowed her to show off her strength, speed and general athleticism. After playing with her food, Belair hit the K.O.D. for the win.
Drew McIntyre def. Angel Garza
Andrade, Austin Theory and Zelen
a Vega were all out at ringside for Garza as he took on McIntyre in the main event. McIntyre brutalized Garza’s chest with chops before Andrade attempted to interfere with no success. Theory also took a shot from McIntyre after attempting to interfere, but that allowed Garza an opening to begin ramming McIntyre into the ringposts multiple times. After a brief flurry from Garza, McIntyre took things back over before he hit a huge dive over the top rope to the outside on Garza, Theory and Andrade. McIntyre has been dialed in as an unstoppable force in the ring in recent weeks and there’s a clear feeling that he would be getting massive reactions from live crowds were it not for the current pandemic.