WWE crowned two new Money in the Bank winners at this year’s show, thrilling the Toronto crowd. The fans were especially excited to see who would become the next Miss Money in the Bank.

The women’s Money in the Bank ladder match featured Iyo Sky, Chelsea Green, Lyra Valkyria, Tiffany Stratton, Naomi, and Zoey Stark, all vying for a women’s championship match contract.

The match included numerous dangerous spots as the competitors used ladders as weapons. The Toronto fans were firmly behind Tiffany Stratton, chanting “Tiffany Time” whenever she took the spotlight.

At one point, Tiffany propped up a ladder on the turnbuckle to pin Iyo Sky and then executed a swanton bomb to the outside, taking out everyone else. Commentary noted that high spots outside the ring wouldn’t help in securing the briefcase hanging above the ring.


After several brutal exchanges, Naomi brought out a table, eliciting a big reaction from the crowd. Chelsea Green and Tiffany Stratton set up two tables at ringside.

Back in the ring, two ladders were bridged between a larger ladder in the center and the ropes. Lyra almost grabbed the briefcase, but Zoey climbed up and sent her crashing into the ladder before she rolled to the floor.

Naomi attempted to climb, but Chelsea Green stopped her. They stood on the ladder bridge, and Green drove Naomi’s face into the ladder with an Unprettier. Stark climbed next, only to be stopped by Iyo Sky. The two grappled over the briefcase, leading to Stark taking a brutal fall through the other bridged ladder.

Chelsea Green then climbed to grab the briefcase and had it unhooked, but Tiffany Stratton ascended and sent Green through the tables they had set up earlier. Tiffany Stratton then pulled down the briefcase, winning the match. It’s now officially “Tiffy Time” in WWE.

With Bayley holding the WWE Women’s Championship and Liv Morgan as the Women’s World Champion, the presence of a new Money in the Bank contract introduces an unpredictable element. Both champions will need to stay vigilant with the threat of a cash-in looming.

What’s your take on this year’s Money in the Bank event? Did WWE overdeliver this year? Share your thoughts in the comments section!

H Jenkins

H Jeknins is a News Correspondent at Ringside News, keeping wrestling fans updated with timely and accurate reports on all things wrestling.

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