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While most were talking about the show's effect on WWE Raw, Money in the Bank also established the stars who will be at the head of SmackDown Live for the coming months
Bayley won the MITB briefcase and cashed it on Charlotte Flair to win the SmackDown Women's Championship, crowning a new name at the head of the division. She and the Raw women's champion, Becky Lynch, would team up against The Queen and Lacey Evans on Tuesday.
WWE champion Kofi Kingston once more proved his mettle Sunday, overcoming the biggest threat to his title run to date in Kevin Owens. With Big E set to return, he and Xavier Woods promised a party before Kofi fought Sami Zayn one-on-one later in the night
Roman Reigns continues to be a huge star on both brands with MITB solidifying his status, after he took down Elias just seconds after the bell rank. The Living Truth refused to release that result and expected to fight with Shane McMahon in his corner.
With the introduction of the 24/7 Championship as well as falling from other matches on the night, the blue fire promised a slew of important segments and matches that would hopefully continue the momentum from Sunday's pay-per-view.
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Andrade and Ali fought back-and-forth in this physical contest, despite both clearly still hurting from Sunday .
While Ali came out strong early, El Idolo sent him crashing into the barricade on his bandaged back.
The injury Put Andrade looks ahead with his opponent seemingly out of sorts. After barely avoiding a count-out loss, however, the underdog managed to tangle up the legs of the inside in a cradle for a surprise three-count.
Ali def. Andrade by pinfall
This was a fantastic story-driven TV match that showed how good both one is. They used every minute and developed a complete match with no real buildup. The fans were fully behind Ali down the stretch as he rallied through the pain.
It was surprising that Ali took the win with Andrade about the Intercontinental Championship at Super ShowDown on June 7, but it may be a sign he is on the rise. With his heavily featured on Sunday and this victory, a major push may be coming for the fantastic babyface
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With R-Truth in here corner disguised in drag to avoid wrestlers going after his 24/7 title, Carmella tried to focus on taking down Mandy Rose with Sonya Deville backing her up
However, many stars came out of the back to get to Truth, and Carmella ran out with him
The two-ran backstage and out into the parking lot, where Truth barely escaped The B-Team's attempt to steal his championship.
Rose vs. Goes to a no-contest
While Truth is a great comedy performer, this was a weak way to use him as a champion. His disguise was a good thing that didn't matter, and this entire match was thrown out rather than just having him back to the back.
The 24/7 title has potential, but WWE will need to limit the championship a bit. If it doesn't, this situation will keep coming up where hasty run-matches match.
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Big E was found backstage holding his repaired knee, stating that Owens had attacked him. While Woods looked after E, a clearly distracted Kingston headed to his match with Zayn.
Despite the best efforts of the dastardly whole, though, the WWE champion was on fire and never stayed down, managing to reverse the Blue Thunder Bomb into a Trouble in Paradise for the win
Paul Heyman appeared to work Kingston with a potential cash-in, only for Dolph Ziggler to assault The New Day leader from behind
The Showoff badly injured the champ A steel post and chair until he had to be stretchered out. Kingston refused to go out and limped off the stretcher to the back.
Kingston def. Zayn by pinfall
While the bout felt rushed and was fairly disappointing, the post-match assault more than made up for it. It remains to be seen if this will actually lead anywhere for Ziggler, whose career has been defined by start-and-stop pushes, but this was an impressive whole return
He laid out an old rival viciously and instantly established himself as a threat. He and Kingston have fought many times but never with stakes like these. The WWE champion standing back up afterward and demanding to walk out under his own power was a fantastic moment for his reign.
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Becky Lynch and Bayley showed some tension backstage before Their match, talking about how much they would both like to be the champion of both brands.
That friction was not enough to cost the game, though. The Hugger caught The Queen with an inside cradle for three.
Bayley and Lynch def. Charlotte and Evans at pinfall
through to the finish. It never felt like Bayley really got a chance to celebrate her title win. This match mostly about Lynch trying to get revenge on her rivals.
While it would be great to see The Irish Lass Kicker fight The Hugger eventually, it is odd for WWE to tease tension between the two.
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Backstage, Dolph Ziggler was asked why he attacked Kofi Kingston. Instead of answering, he took the microphone to speak directly to the WWE Universe.
The showoff walked on to the stage and admitted he was jealous of the WWE champion. He was jealous that he seized his moment and took it straight to the top.
Ziggler promised to take that spot by knocking Kingston off his perch at WWE Super ShowDown.
This was a passionate promo from The Showoff, who sold himself as being on the verge or tears for his actions. The honest admission of guilt and sense of remorse that his violent actions showcased on refreshing perspective that could make him more complicated character than he has recently been.
However, with the likelihood that all this pays off at Super ShowDown, it is possible this was a sign that this will be a one-off moment for Ziggler again, which will quickly fade back into the background.
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After speaking with Shane McMahon, who promised to be in Elias' corner, The Living Truth waited for him to pay off his money in the bank
Shane-O-Mac did his best to make sure the Big Dog lost, but it didn't work. As McMahon distracted the referee, Elias grabbed his guitar but ran into a spear for the loss.
Afterward, Boy Wonder tried to attack Reigns, who recovered only to get wiped out by a Claymore from Drew McIntyre.
Reigns def. Elias at pinfall
This was a fine match, clearly an attempt to make up for The two do not get to do anything at Money in the Bank. Elias looked good with Reigns and got to open his move set for once.
In the end, though, this whole segment was about McMahon, whose frequent interference bogged down the contest. With McIntyre proving a better aid than the musician, it is likely Elias is going to be working on his own again, which is for the best.