WWE Money in the Bank is set to be a big event in London’s O2 Arena. They have a loaded card full of matches, but one match started the show, and it was quite a spectacle.

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Money in the Bank kicked off the event with the men’s ladder match. That match saw the London fans boo Logan Paul’s every move. Even when he pulled off impressive moves, they chanted, “You still suck.”

There were many high spots during this match, and every man teased getting up the ladder to pull down the briefcase. Each time, something would happen to stop them from clinching the win.


In the end, every man got up the ladder as they scrambled for the briefcase. Then everyone was knocked down, leaving only Logan Paul and Ricochet. Suddenly, LA Knight knocked them over the top rope. That was followed by Ricochet hitting a sliced bread, sending them both through a table in a terrible spot that saw Logan Paul break the table with his face.

LA Knight and Butch ended up on the top of the ladder. Then he broke LA Knight’s fingers, and Butch almost won. Damian Priest climbed up to stop him, and sent Butch through a ladder. Suddenly, LA Knight sent Priest over the top rope, and after a bit of a skirmish, LA Knight made his way up the ladder and to pull down the Money in the Bank contract. Then Damian Priest hit a move off the top rope, and secured the briefcase. Now, Damian Priest is Mr. Money in the Bank.

This is a big win, and only time will tell how it goes on to change WWE history.

Men’s Money In The Bank Match

Ricochet vs. Shinsuke Nakamura vs. LA Knight vs. Santos Escobar vs. Butch vs. Damian Priest vs. Logan Paul

Women’s Money In The Bank Match

Zelina Vega vs. Becky Lynch vs. Zoey Stark vs. Bayley or Shotzi vs. Iyo Sky vs. Trish Stratus

Cody Rhodes vs. Dominik Mysterio 

IC Title

GUNTHER vs Matt Riddle

World Heavyweight Championship

Seth “Freakin” Rollins (c) vs. Finn Bálor

Roman Reigns & Solo vs The Usos

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