Final WWE Clash of Champions Betting Odds

These odds are courtesy of 5Dimes, and international sports book available to players worldwide. These odds can be followed in real time at 5Dimes. Registration is absolutely free and there is no obligation to place a wager upon joining. Bets can be made for as low as 50 cent and can be made up until when the bell rings for individual matches.   

With WWE Clash of Champions just a few hours away, the current betting odds haven’t seen any flips of projected winners, nor do they suggest that there have been leaks of finishes. None of these odds have flipped in the other direction and new odds have been added for previously unrated matches. Watch with a free month of the WWE Network.

Baron Corbin is favored to retain the United States Championship at -385 and Bobby Roode has odds of +375 of winning that title. Because Dolph Ziggler is also in the match to make it a Triple Threat, he has long shot odds of +1035. It is speculated within many of the popular internet wrestling communities that Dolph was added to the match for the sole purpose of taking the pin and protecting both Corbin and Roode in the process.

In their PPV debut with this new gimmick “The Bludgeon Brothers”, Luke Harper and Erick Rowan are heavily favored at -2150 to defeat Breezango. While this may look like a smart money number, this is almost certainly a case of the Bludgeons being a very obvious winners. An upset would be further proof of the leaks of finishes being sealed up.

Another match with odds recently added is also very lopsided with Mojo Rawley favored at -1545 against his former tag team partner, Zack Ryder. This is also an obvious choice because Mojo recently turned heel by attacking his tag team partner. The idea here is build momentum for Rawley, who stood tall winning the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at Wrestlemania earlier this year.

AJ Styles’ odds have improved to -720 defending against Jinder Mahal for the WWE Championship, while Charlotte Flair’s odds to retain the Smackdown Women’s Championship against Natalya have remained unchanged at -675.

The Usos odds have shortened to -140 to retain the Smackdown Tag Team Championship in a Fatal Fourway. The challengers now have odds of winning as well. Shelton Benjamin and Chad Gable have the best odds of dethroning at +370 and in second place is The New Day at +410. Rusev and Aiden English are least likely to win with odds of +535.

Kevin Owen and Sami Zayn have seen their odds widen from -300 to -975 to defeat Randy Orton and Shinsuke Nakamura. The stipulation is that Kevin and Sami are fired from the entire WWE if they lose.

WWE Championship
AJ Styles(c) -1350 vs Jinder Mahal +650

WWE Smackdown Women’s Championship
Charlotte Flair(c) -675 vs Natalya +425

WWE Smackdown Tag Team Championship
The Usos(c) -140 vs
Shelton Benjamin and Chad Gable +370 vs
The New Day +410 vs
Rusev and Aiden English +535

WWE United States Championship
Baron Corbin(c) -385 vs
Bobby Rodde +375 vs
Dolph Ziggler +1035

Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn -975 vs Randy Orton and Shinsuke Nakamura +525

The Bludgeon Brothers  -2150 vs Breezango +1050

​Mojo Rawley -1545 vs Zack Ryder +725

Credit – 5Dimes

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Who is Favored by Sports Books When Jinder Mahal Defends Against AJ Styles on Smackdown?

The following odds are sourced from 5Dimes, which offers betting to players worldwide. Click here to visit Five Dimes.

UPDATE – Since the odds went slightly in favor of AJ Styles, by the time word got out that there was a title change on RAW last night in Manchester AJ became heavily favored at -900 to Jinder Mahal’s +500. Cesaro and Sheamus becoming tag team champions on a pretaped event showed a willingness by the WWE to have title switch happen knowing spoilers would get out in advance, this could be the reason why the odds went so heavily in AJ’s favor. The long odds didn’t last however, as AJ’s odds decreased overnight. Jinder is now slightly favored at -160 to successfully defend the WWE Championship on Smackdown. There’s no indication that any of this is due to possible leaked finishes, but rather a run from gamblers backing Jinder and getting $5 for every $1 wagered on a possible victory. AJ Styles’ odds are currently +120, meaning a $100 bet upon success would win $120.

There are actually betting odds available for Tuesday’s Smackdown WWE Championship match between defending champion Jinder Mahal and challenger AJ Styles. This isn’t the first time odds makers took on a Smackdown match. This first happened over the Summer when John Cena and Shinsuke Nakamura faced off on television. Cena was favored early on, but Nakamura prevailed.

For Tuesday’s match the initial odds were and even bet, with both Mahal and Styles set at -120. The odds changed almost immediately and AJ is now a slight favorite at -155 to Jinder’s +115. As always, because this is a championship match, this doesn’t mean The Phenomenal One is favored to walk out of Smackdown as Champion due to the “champion’s advantage” of titles not changing hands due to a DQ or count out.

It’s also worth mentioning that The Maharajah has overcome long odds in the past during this championship reign. Another factor to consider is that Jinder is set to face Brock Lesnar at Survivor Series in a “champion vs champion” match. Styles winning the title could change that and some could argue that with AJ having more star power than Jinder, this would make for a more intriguing match and be more of a money draw. On the other hand, WWE is obviously firmly behind Mahal and a win over AJ would only elevate him further.

Once again, these odds are available at 5Dimes, where it’s free to register and no deposit or obligation to place wagers is required for those that simply want to follow the odds and see how they move. Players are accepted all over the world and bets can as low as 50 cents. This particular match is worth following because it could go in any direction. Usually odds close right as the match is starting, however this is being pretaped at the Manchester Arena in England, so these odds are likely to close before Smackdown airs.

Source – 5Dimes

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Summerslam Predictions

Major Shifts in WWE Summerslam Betting Odds

The following odds are sourced from 5Dimes, which offers betting to players worldwide. Click here to visit Five Dimes.

There have been many changes to the Summerslam on the WWE Network betting odds the night before the event and are now available to the worldwide market, which always bring the most dramatic changes. The Universal Championship match hasn’t seen any major changes. Brock Lesnar is still favored to retain, Samoa Joe is the most likely challenger to dethrone the Champion, however Braun Strowman has overtaken Roman Reigns in probability of winning.

Shinsuke Nakamura is now a heavy favorite to defeat Jinder Mahal, however this does not mean he walks away with the WWE Championship due to the possibility of a count out or DQ loss where the title wouldn’t change hands.

The Raw Women’s Championship, originally close to an even bet has went in the favor of Alexa Bliss retaining over Sasha Banks. Naomi is now heavily favored to retain against Natalya in the Smackdown Women’s Championship, so the lines have moved even more of her favor. This is possibly fueled by rumors of the WWE marketing the champion’s glowing championship through WWE Shop in the future, so the title would need to remain with Naomi to make that possible.

Another match that was very close has seen major moves is the Crusierweight Championship match with newly crowned champion Akira Tozawa favored to retain against the man he beat for the title, Neville. Both the Raw and Smackdown Tag Team Titles have the challengers favored to win, however there is one major distinction here. While The Usos have become less favored to lose to The New Day, Cesaro and Sheamus have seen their odds shortened. The Raw Tag Champs are still underdogs, but the challengers of Dean Amborse and Seth Rollins are less favored to win than they were originally.

Big Cass was at -700 to defeat the Big Show and while the projected outcome is the same, they have been shortened to only -180. Something is definitely going on with this match. Randy Orton is now even more of an underdog against Rusev, which is puzzling but makes for an interesting match in terms of who will actually win.

John Cena was at one point favored to beat Baron Corbin, but this shifted completely. It is very close however. The odds below are easy to read with the guidance of knowing that the minus sign represents the underdog, while the plus sign does the same for the favorite. The number after the plus or minus indicated how favored or unfavored the competitor(s) is/are.

WWE Universal Championship – Fatal Fourway

Brock Lesnar(c) -320 vs Samoa Joe +375 vs Braun Strowman +1100 vs Roman Reigns +1500

WWE Championship

Jinder Mahal(c) +700 vs Shinsuke Nakamura -1500

Raw Women’s Championship

Alexa Bliss(c) -260 vs Sasha Banks +180

Smackdown Women’s Championship

Naomi(c) -930 vs Natalya +510

WWE United States Championship

AJ Styles(c) -400 vs Kevin Owens +280

Raw Tag Team Championship

Cesaro and Sheamus(c) +135 vs Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins -175

Smackdown Tag Team Championship

The Usos +500 vs The New Day -900

WWE Cruiserweight Championship

Akira Tozawa(c) -425 vs Neville +305

John Cena +150 vs Baron Corbin -190

Randy Orton +500 vs Rusev -900

Finn Balor -555 vs Bray Wyatt +365

Big Show +140 vs Big Cass -180

The Hardy Boyz and Jason Jordan -285 vs The Miztourage +205

Source – 5Dimes

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Will Nakamura Win the WWE Championship at Summerslam? Can He Withstand a MitB Cash In?

The following odds are sourced from 5Dimes. Bets are taken from players worldwide.

The Summerslam Odds Tell a Revealing Story

In a historic encounter, and the first ever television match that has had betting odds, Shinsuke Nakamura has defeated John Cena clean in the middle of the ring on Smackdown to earn the opportunity to challenge WWE Champion Jinder Mahal at Summerslam. Originally, Cena was a slight favorite but began moving in the direction of Nakamura, at one point being a -750 favorite and the sports book projections proved to be accurate yet again.

Now there are already odds by 5Dimes on the Summerslam Championship match, with Nakamura  slightly favored at -160 to Jinder’s +120. As always this does not necessarily mean Shinsuke walks away with the title as a count out or DQ win would not transfer possession of the championship. In fact, the odds on who will walk out as champion still most favor Mahal, even with Shinsuke favored to win the match itself. A screwy finish here would further build Mahal as the “undeserving champion”, while helping Nakamura solidify himself as a top star.

Jinder is at +115 and Shinsuke +165 for being champion at the conclusion of Summerslam. A $100 bet on either would win the number after the plus signs so $115 on a Jinder win and $165 on a Nakamura win. This is because Jinder has better odds so gamblers win less on him because he’s more likely at this point to walk out champion than Shinsuke.

The chance of a Baron Corbin MitB cash in is also possible and the odds on this happening are +295. The odds against a successful cash is -415 so a $415 bet on Baron not being champion after Summerslam would yield only $100 as this likely doesn’t happen at all. This could also be the reason for Nakamura being less likely than Jinder to walk out as champion. Corbin would be more likely to cash in on Shinsuke as opposed to fellow heel Jinder Mahal.

WWE Champion at the Conclusion of Summerslam
Jinder Mahal +115
Shinsuke Nakamura +165
Baron Corbin +295

WWE Championship Match – Summerslam
Jinder Mahal +120 vs Shinsuke Nakamura -160

Source – 5Dimes

Who is Favored to be WWE Champion After Summerslam, Nakamura Now Slightly Favored over Cena

The following odds are sourced from 5Dimes. Bets are taken from players worldwide.

Can Jinder Mahal Keep the Momentum Through Summerslam

There are currently odds on who will be the WWE Champion at the conclusion of this year’s Summerslam in Brooklyn. The current champion, Jinder Mahal, has the best odds at +195 and this is understandable with Mahal being rumored to in for a long championship reign.

The other three possibilities that have odds are Shinsuke Nakamura, John Cena and Baron Corbin. Nakamura at +215 and John Cena at +230 are very close in the odds, with Nakamura having the slight edge. This is no surprise as the odds for tonight’s Smackdown match between the two men have shifted in favor of Shinsuke. The former New Japan star is favored to beat Cena at -150, with Cena the underdog at +110. This may not seem like a wide margin, and it isn’t, but it’s worth mentioning that yesterday Cena was slightly favored in this match, which has now changed. Cena leaving the Smackdown Brand and heading to RAW after Summerslam is also a relevant detail in both the Smackdown Match and who walks out of Summerslam Champion.

Baron Corbin also has odds set to be WWE Champion at the conclusion of Summerslam at +435. This would involve “The Lone Wolf” cashing in the Money in the Bank briefcase at the event. It is known that WWE is very high on Corbin’s potential, almost all MitB winners have successfully cashed in and Smackdown is in desperate need of building top level star power, especially with Cena leaving the brand at Summerslam.

Who Will Be WWE Champion Immediately Following Summerslam?

Jinder Mahal +195

Shinsuke Nakamura +215

John Cena +230

Baron Corbin +435

Smackdown Match 8/1

John Cena +110 vs Shinsuke Nakamura -150


Source: 5Dimes

WWE Battleground Results 2017

Aiden English def. Tye Dillinger (Kickoff Match)

The New Day def. The Usos to become the new SmackDown Tag Team Champions

Shinsuke Nakamura def. Baron Corbin via Disqualification

Natalya won a Fatal 5-Way Elimination Match to earn the right to challenge SmackDown Women’s Champion Naomi at SummerSlam

Kevin Owens def. AJ Styles to become the new United States Champion

John Cena def. Rusev (Flag Match)

Breezango’s attackers strike again at WWE Battleground

Sami Zayn def. Mike Kanellis

WWE Champion Jinder Mahal def. Randy Orton (Punjabi Prison Match)

Results via

Global Market Odds for WWE Battleground

The following odds have been sourced by 5Dimes, offering gambling on Pro Wrestling Globally. 

Tye Dillinger vs Aiden English – WWE Singles Match  Tye Dillinger (end of broadcast ruling)-530   Aiden English (end of broadcast ruling)+350

Jinder Mahal vs Randy Orton – WWE Championship Jinder Mahal (end of broadcast ruling)-245   Randy Orton (end of broadcast ruling)+175

The Usos vs The New Day – WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship –  The Usos (end of broadcast ruling)-275   The New Day (end of broadcast ruling)+195

John Cena vs Rusev – WWE Flag Match –  John Cena (end of broadcast ruling)-1050   Rusev (end of broadcast ruling)+550

AJ Styles vs Kevin Owens – WWE United States Championship –  AJ Styles (end of broadcast ruling)-210   Kevin Owens (end of broadcast ruling)+160

Charlotte Flair vs Becky Lynch vs Natalya vs Tamina vs Lana – WWE Fatal 5-Way elimination match –   Charlotte Flair wins Fatal 5-Way-280      Becky Lynch wins Fatal 5-Way+550    Lana wins Fatal 5-Way+650   Natalya wins Fatal 5-Way+1200 Tamina wins Fatal 5-Way+1350

Shinsuke Nakamura vs Baron Corbin – WWE Singles Match –  Shinsuke Nakamura (end of broadcast)-195   Baron Corbin (end of broadcast ruling)+155

Sami Zayn vs Mike Kanellis – WWE Singles Match – Sami Zayn (end of broadcast ruling)+105   Mike Kanellis (end of broadcast ruling)-145

Source: 5Dimes

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WWE Battleground Matches Announced, Tickets, and More!

WWE Battleground is next weekend in Philadelphia, PA and tickets are still available!

Here are the matches announced so far:

United States Champion AJ Styles vs. Kevin Owens

Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Baron Corbin

SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos vs. The New Day

John Cena vs. Rusev (Flag Match)

Charlotte Flair vs. Becky Lynch vs. Natalya vs. Tamina vs. Lana (Five-Way Elimination Match to determine Naomi’s opponent at SummerSlam)

WWE Champion Jinder Mahal vs. Randy Orton (Punjabi Prison Match)

Get your tickets today by clicking here! Or Click here to watch on the WWE Network and get your first month FREE which means you get BattleGround, and SummerSlam too!

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Early Odds for WWE Battleground Matches, Rumored Match for Summerslam

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The following odds are from both 5Dimes available globally and Paddy Power, avaialable in limited nations.

Who is Favored to Win at Battleground?

Now that the bets have been settled for Great Balls of Fire, Sportsbooks are already offering odds on the matches announced for 2 of the matches for Battleground in Philadelphia on July 23. More and more players are betting on WWE than ever before, so sportsbooks are becoming competitive by offering the odds earlier and generally always having something wrestling related to wager on.

The first match announced is the flag match between John Cena and Rusev. Cena is favored at -400, meaning it would take a successful $400 bet to win +100. Rusev is a +280 underdog in this match.

This match is available in both the European and Global markets.

The WWE Championship match, a Punjabi Prisonmatch, sees the champion Jinder Mahal as a projected -200 favorite. The underdog, Randy Orton, is a +250 underdog. This match currently only available in the Euro market.

These are simply early projections, and as we have seen with Great Balls of Fire, even the “smart money odds” can flip the day of and before the matches. At GBoF, we have seen both Bray Wyatt and Sasha Banks move from underdog to favorite in dramatic fashion. In both cases the flips held true to the eventual result.

Still, based on these early odds it would be fair to speculate that John Cena challenging Jinder Mahal to become a record breaking 17 time World Champions seems to be where WWE is headed for Summerslam. Jinder hangs on to the championship and Cena gets a big win upon his return to get the rust off.

Sources: 5Dimes and Paddy Power

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Money In The Bank Results!

Its that tine again folks! Money In The Bank is today, and we are currently tuned into the pre-show on the WWE Network!

If you are following along with us you can place bets up until the bell of each match!

The Hype Bros. vs The Colons – Mojo is too good to be in a tag team…  This match was a lot of fun to watch, Ryder gets the pin for The Hype Bros to take the win!

Main Card:
1st EVER Women’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match:
Charlotte Flair vs Becky Lynch vs Tamina vs Carmella w.James Ellsworth vs Natayla What no surprise 6th woman? Boo! Tamina clears the ring, they fight a bit, Nattie is first to try to get the briefcase but Charlotte takes her out. Charlotte tries to climb up but Carmella pulls her down, Carmella makes her way up as does Charlotte, they fight a bit at the top of the ladder, Tamina comes and shoves the ladder over. Nice. Nattie hits Tamina with a ladder, Tamina already looked beat up. Becky and Nattie are fighting, broken up by both Carmella and Charlotte…. Its back to just Nattie and Becky, Becky kicks Nattie out and climbs the ladder to be pulled down by Carmella. I have to say, I am enjoying Carmella’s outfit today. Its very appropriate. Carmella gets taken out by Charlotte, who looks meaner today than she has since she came from RAW, Charlotte climbs ladder, Tamina climbs behind her and both take a huge bump to the floor from 3/4 the way up. Charlotte spears Tamina out of the ring, all the women are on the outside. Charlotte does a moonsault off the top turnbuckle onto Tamina and Nattie on the outside, so now they are all down… that was stupid. What good is taking yourself out? Carmella climbs the ladder, but Becky pulls her down and powerbombs her, Becky climbes the ladder, and Ellsworth tips her over and tries to revive Carmella. Ellsworth says fuck it and HE CLIMBS THE LADDER AND TAKES THE CASE!!! Refs are arguing at ringside… James Ellsworth grabs the mic declares Carmella the Winner and gives her the briefcase. Talk about the ultimate screw job!

Daniel Bryan is returning on Tuesday for SmackDown Live and has something to say about this!

Backstage interview with Lana… she is pretty confident she is walking away with the title tonight.

WWE Tag Team Championship Match:
The New Day vs The Uso’s(c) -The New Day cut a bizarre promo, and are also very confident they will walk away victorious tonight. The Uso’s look like they are ready to beat the snot out of The New Day… then they cut to introduce all the announce teams. Seriously? The match starts with Kofi Kingston and Jimmy Uso. They go back and forth, Jay gets tagged in, then Kofi managers to tag Big E in. There is so much going on, as usual its hard to cover it shot for shot, Kofi takes and ugly bump to the outside, when he gets up Jimmy clotheslines him so hard his head almost came off. The Uso’s are tearing poor Kofi apart. Kofi hasn’t been able to tag out for a while, and the Uso’s are taking full advantage of the situation. Jay Uso’s talking mad shit between beating on Kofi. Jay lets Kofi recover a little too long, and gets  sick dropkick, Big E back in, so is Jimmy and Big E gets two huge Belly to bell suplexes on Jimmy, but Jimmy cuts him off. Big E recovers, and there is more back and forth, Big E tags Kofi in and they double team Jimmy Uso. Kofi is back in, and fired up, but the Uso’s cut him off quickly, and Jay gets him in a submission in the middle of the ring. Jimmy tries to take out Big E outside, but gets suplexed on the floor. Kofi hits the SOS on Jay Uso, both men are down. There is a hot tag, and Big E is the legal man, but Jimmy doesn’t realize it, and almost gets put through the floor of the ring. Jimmy breaks up the pin, Xavier distracts him with the trombone, more stuff happens, TND his The Midnight Hour on Jay USO, but jimmy pills him out. The Uso’s stay out of the ring, and lose by count out, so The New Day won the match, but The Uso’s retain their titles.

SmackDown Women’s Championship Match:
Lana vs Naomi(c) : This match starts off hot, both women have a ferocity you don’t often see. Lana screams waaaaaay too much. Lana is way more aggressive than you would expect, she is really taking it to Naomi. Watching the match makes it apparent that she is still very limited in her skill set, but has really leaned to take advantage of what she does know. Lana gets the first cover, Naomi kicks out at 2, Lana has been targeting the champions left knee, and her strategy seems to be paying off. Naomi works her way out of Lana’s control. She regains a little bit and gives Lana 3 big kicks to the head, and then his Lana with The Rear View. But Naomi doesn’t get the pin, Lana gets back in control, and gives her a sit out spine buster… before the match is even over, Carmella has come to the ring, with her MITB Briefcase, Ellsworth, and a referee, is she here to cash in or just to mock Lana? Naomi managers to get back in control and wins by submission… What is Carmella going to do??? She decided to wait for another time.

Maria Kanellis and Mike Kanellis (really) come out, she says the first lady of WWE is back, shes been searching for 7 years for the perfect partner… Its Mike, they pan on educating everyone on SmackDown Live about the Power Of Love. I wonder how Bruce Prichard Feels about this.

WWE Championship Match:
Randy Orton vs Jinder Mahal(c) – Actually enjoying this match, and got distracted by someone interested in what I was watching. Mahal has dominated a lot of this match so far, but as we all know a viper waits to strike! Orton does indeed strike, Dumping Mahal into the legends including his Dad in the front row, then he gets dumped on the announce table himself. The men go back and forth a bit more, Orton tosses Mahal, but Mahal powders out, Orton follows him and gets capped in the knee on the barricade. OW. Mahal drags him to the ring for a 2 count. This knee submission was already used in the tag match. GAH I hate that. Jinder Mahal is a giant copycat. Too distracted to give a play by play, this match has been fun to watch. Orton superplex’s Mahal off the top rope, and gets a 2 count. Orton gets the RKO but the Singh brothers put Mahal’s foot on the rope. They get thrown out from ringside, but this is a major distraction for the official. Mahal has rolled out of the ring, Orton lays there catching his breath, the Singh brothers stay at ring side anyway and start shit talking the legends, grabbing Cowboy Bob Orton, and Randy comes to his dads rescue… Orton then destroys the Singh’s who aren’t even heavy enough to go through an announce table… ha. But where is Mahal? Orton puts one of the Singh’s through a table with a RKO, Jinder Mahal then drags him in the ring, and gets the win, retaining the title. BOO.

Breezango: The Fashion Police vs The Ascension – This is a solid tag tam match, Totally enjoyed watching it. Fandango gets the roll up for the win. Congratz to the Ascension on the PPV, you guys are going places.

2017 Men’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match:
AJ Styles vs Dolph Ziggler vs Sami Zayn vs Kevin Owens vs Shinsuke Nakamura vs Baron Corbin – Baron Corbin starts it off by attacking Nakamura from behind during the strobe light part of his entrance. Nakamura is knocked out at on the entrance way… Match starts anyway. I will try to give you highlights, there is no way I can follow this mayhem. Pretty much everyone is getting the shit kicked out of them. AJ looked to be the first to try to get the ladder up, but Owens came up and kicked him in the face. Owns tries to set the ladder up, Zayn cuts him off… Owens gets away climbs the turnbuckle and Zayn pulls him off and throws him on the ladder. Ouch. Wonder if Nakamura is ok… Ladder is now broke, new ladder in the ring, but Ziggler comes in to take out Zayn. More back and forth… now we got Styles, and Corbin in the ring, Corbin is down, AJ is setting up the ladder, get up, and Corbin climbs up as well. They fight at the top Ziggler pulls Corbin down, climbs over him, and knocks Styles down, and then Corbin yanks Ziggler down, starts to climb but Ziggler his him with the Zigzag.. (Corbin may be dead) Styles Ziggler, and Zayn on a ladder…. all fighting, Styles falls off, Ziggler and Zayn fighting at the top. Zayn gives Ziggler the sunset flip power bomb off the top. OUCH. Owens is back, pulls Zayn out, they go back and forth a bit, Zayn just did some sick shit to Owens, and I am pretty sure he’s dead too. There is carnage ad bodies everywhere. Zayn climbs the ladder, and Styles launches himself from who knows where, off the top rope, and knocks Zayn and the ladder down. Corbin is back up and yanks Styles up, and smashes him into the announce table a few times. Corbin sets a ladder up off the stairs and the desk, but takes too long and styles fights back, Styles still gets choke-slammed into the ladder. This is a painful match. Corbin and Zayn are in the ring, Zayn takes him out, gets the ladder up climbs up and Ziggler and owns both try to pull him down. Owens succeeds. Owens now on ladder, Styles pulls him down. They go back and forth a bit. Styles gives Owens a suplex on the ladder on the stairs and everyone’s dead. Styles gets up and climbs the ladder, AJ Styles is hanging from the chain he takes a huge bump that looks really ugly after falling without the suitcase. Corbin takes Ziggler out, and starts to climb, and Nakamura is up! YEEEEEEAAAAH! Nakamura is pretty fresh in comparison, he just took a nap… He’s making work of Corbin, knocks him out of the ring, Ziggler runs in and Nakamura makes quick work of him, Same thing with Zayn, then Owens when he tries to hold the ladder, Nakamura sets up the ladder, everyone else seems dead… He makes the Ascent, and Styles joins him…. crowd is freaking out… they move the ladder aside, then go blow for blow. its back and forth a bit, Nakamura gets The Exploder on Styles, but when Nakamura goes back for more, Styles cuts him off. Crowd is chanting “This is Awesome” It actually is. Styles is climbing as is Nakamura, they fight at the top, There’s 15 minutes left in this PPV??? Corbin comes and takes them both out, by knocking them off the ladder, and he easily climbs the ladder and gets the briefcase. Baron Corbin is this years Money In the Bank Winner!

Yet another great SmackDown branded PPV. Overall I really enjoyed the PPV, as you can see in comparison to my other reviews. The last RAW PPV was boring as fuck, and seriously creative on that brand needs to step up their game! (Don’t blame the talent!)

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