WWE Money In The Bank Results – July 1, 2023

The day has arrived!

WWE Money In The Bank 2023 goes down this afternoon at 2/1c with the Kickoff Show pre-show at the O2 Arena in London, England.

On tap for today’s show is Seth “Freakin'” Rollins vs. Finn Balor for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, GUNTHER vs. Matt Riddle for the WWE Intercontinental Championship, as well as Ronda Rousey & Shayna Baszler vs. Liv Morgan & Raquel Rodriguez for the Undisputed WWE Women’s Tag-Team Championships.

Also scheduled is the Men’s and Women’s Money In The Bank ladder matches, Cody Rhodes vs. Dominik Mysterio and The Bloodline Civil War pitting Roman Reigns & Solo Sikoa vs. The Usos.

Featured below are complete WWE Money In The Bank results from Saturday, July 1, 2023. The following report was written by PWMania.com reporter Matt Boone (@MattBoone0709) as the show aired live from 2pm EST. – 7pm EST. on the WWE Network on Peacock.


The “WWE Then. Now. Forever. Together.” opening signature narrated by John Cena flashes on the screen and then we shoot to the start of the WWE Money In The Bank 2023 Kickoff Show.

Jackie Redmond introduces us to the pre-show from inside WWE Studios. She is joined by Peter Rosenberg and Matt Camp. The three begin talking about the significance of tonight’s show after welcoming Redmond aboard the pre-show panels going forward, and joining the broadcast team as the new backstage interviewer on Monday Night Raw.

From there, the trio starts running down the scheduled lineup for the show as the official match graphics flash across the screen. We then shoot to our first of several video packages that tell the stories leading up to the matches scheduled for today’s premium live event.

The first video package looks not as one specific match, but the history of the Money In The Bank show, with a detailed look at statistics and records surrounding past men’s and women’s ladder matches at Money In The Bank events. This is similar to the annual Royal Rumble stats and records packages that WWE produces.

Now we return inside the WWE Studios where the pre-show panel talk about the opening match for today’s show being the Men’s Money In The Bank ladder match, with Logan Paul vs. LA Knight vs. Damian Priest vs. Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Ricochet vs. Butch vs. Santos Escobar.

After the announcement regarding the opener is made, the panel shifts gears and talks about the Women’s Money In The Bank ladder match. The video package for the bout airs and then we return to the pre-show panel, where they start talking about Cody Rhodes vs. Dominik Mysterio.

The video package for “The American Nightmare” vs. “Dirty Dom” bout airs now. When it wraps up, we return to the panelists, who weigh in further on the bout. From there, we switch the focus to the scheduled Intercontinental title showdown between GUNTHER and Matt Riddle.

We see the package for the I-C title bout and then the panelists talk more about the match before we talk again about the men’s and women’s ladder matches. We see footage from last night’s SmackDown where Butch ended up taking the briefcase down as a possible preview of things to come later today.

From there, the Kickoff Show shifts gears again and we hear Redmond, Rosenberg and Camp starting to talk about the scheduled WWE World Heavyweight Championship showdown between Seth “Freakin'” Rollins and “The Demon” Finn Balor. A lengthy video package airs to promote this showdown later this afternoon.

Rosenberg and Camp team up on Redmond, teasing her about being the new backstage Raw interviewer and picking against a member of The Judgment Day. “Rhea, meet Jackie!” The talk then shifts to focus on the scheduled Undisputed WWE Women’s Tag-Team Championship clash between reigning title-holders Ronda Rousey and Shayna Baszler, and former champs Liv Morgan and Raquel Rodriguez.

Kayla Braxton Talks To An Emotional Paul Heyman

Kayla Braxton is shown standing outside the locker room of Roman Reigns. She knocks on the door hoping to get a word with “The Tribal Chief,” but of course, “The Wise Man” Paul Heyman comes out. Braxton says she’s never seen Heyman this uncomfortable.

Heyman looks emotional. Tearing up and choked up as he says he’s never seen Roman Reigns like this. He says he’s been with this family for years and has known The Usos since they were four years old. He asks Braxton if she’s got any idea what Reigns is capable of.

He tears up more as he talks about what Sika used to do in bars and on islands in his day. He says it’s not enough for Reigns to prove that The Usos aren’t the best tag team in WWE. He wants to wipe them off the face of WWE.

He says the beating that Reigns is gonna put on The Usos is going to violate the code of sports entertainment. He says it’s not gonna be PG and it’s not gonna be fun to watch. He says it’s gonna go down like this — smashed, stacked, pinned, shipped out of WWE — permanently. “And there’s nothing that I can do to stop it.” He walks back in the locker room.

Men’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match
Logan Paul vs. LA Knight vs. Damian Priest vs. Santos Escobar vs. Ricochet vs. Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Butch

The Pulp Fiction-style cold open video package airs to get the main card officially off-and-running on the WWE Network on Peacock. It wraps up, and then we shoot inside the O2 Arena in London, England for the first time today.

Michael Cole welcomes us inside a jam-packed O2 Arena filled with a sold out crowd of 18,885 members of the WWE Universe in London. It’s apparent straight out the gate that it’s gonna be an insanely hot crowd today.

The ring announcer begins the formal ring introductions for our opening contest, which will be the Men’s Ladder Match Money In The Bank bout. The Brawling Brutes theme hits and Cole proclaims it is, in fact, “FIGHT NIGHT!”

Butch makes his way out accompanied by Sheamus and Ridge Holland. The fans give him a big home country reaction as he settles in the ring. Out next to an even bigger pop is Shinsuke Nakamura. The fans sing along with his theme as he makes his charismatic ring entrance.

Now coming out with some tribal war paint and ring gear on is the LWO’s own Santos Escobar. He settles in the ring and his music dies down. Now The Judgment Day theme plays as the ghoulish graphics flash on the wide arena crowd shot.

Damian Priest emerges to some heat and makes his way to join Butch, Nakamura and Escobar in the ring. He’s also wearing an elaborate ring entrance gear with some mythical looking shoulder pads. The lights go down and when they come back on, Ricochet’s music plays and out he comes to another mega pop from the fired-up UK crowd.

The theme for LA Knight hits and the crowd goes completely and totally bonkers. Out comes The Rock Jr. soaking in the moment as the fans very, very loudly chant “LA Knight! LA Knight!” He settles in the ring and poses for the crowd and they pop even louder. Deafening.

Logan Paul’s theme hits and out he comes in his blue and yellow elaborate ring gear, complete with the head band. He comes out to an enormously loud negative reaction. The fans boo like crazy as the social media mega-star joins the rest of the field in the ring. Everyone is settled in and our opener is about to get underway.

The bell sounds and we’re officially off-and-running with this one. Everyone immediately gangs up on Logan Paul and the roof almost blows off the O2 Arena. Everyone splinters out to the floor except for Logan Paul, who ends up free and alone to bring the first ladder into the ring.

Shinsuke Nakamura stops him and puts the boots to him in the corner. Damian Priest comes in from behind and takes Nakamura out to kill the crowd’s enthusiasm. Priest grabs a ladder but Escobar stops him from doing anything. Ricochet helps Santos as the fans break out into a loud song-chant of some kind.

LA Knight hits the ring again and cleans house as the crowd once more goes totally bonkers. Nakamura hits him with a big kick and the crowd boos. Wade Barrett talks on commentary about Lil Uzi Vert having a new song dedicated to “The King of Strong Style.” Nakamura and Butch end up in a big striking exchange until Escobar joins the mix.

Logan Paul gets involved and the crowd boos some more. Butch exits the ring and pulls out a table for a huge pop. Butch then pulls a cricket bat from under the ring. Michael Cole didn’t know what it was, but thankfully Barrett smartened him up. Logan makes a pact with Priest at ringside and they pull out another table.

After the two set up two tables, Logan tries buddying up with Priest again, but when he goes for a high-five, Priest decks him. The fans chant “You deserve it!” at Paul. Ricochet launches himself through the ladder onto a pile of bodies on the floor for a huge pop. LA Knight begins to climb and the crowd goes nuts, but Logan Paul hits a Russian leg sweep off the ladder to stop him.

We see Paul leap off the top-rope out to the floor, where Priest catches him on the way down with a vicious uppercut. Now the ring steps are brought into play. A ladder is set up like a bridge over the ring steps and ring apron. Priest goes for a spot to Logan on this set up but Nakamura gets involved. Nakamura lays Priest on the ladder and hopes on the ring apron. Logan Paul stops him.

Now we see Logan Paul run off the ring apron and hit a big frog splash onto Priest on the ladder bridge — which didn’t budge even a little. Ouch. We see replays of that as Michael Cole talks about it being a new viral moment, which Barrett predicts will be number one on social media in about 30 seconds.

Back in the ring, Ricochet and Nakamura set up a ladder and start duking it out. Nakamura and Escobar end up climbing the ladder, where Nakamura slaps an armbar on the LWO member over the top rung of the ladder. Butch hops on Escobar’s back with a choke. They climb back down in the hold and end up laid on a ladder bridge still in the choke, where Ricochet runs over and flips and splashes on them for a loud “Holy sh*t!” chant and then a loud “This is Awesome!” one.

Everyone ends up in a stand off and then they start wildly slugging it out as the crowd goes wild. Paul hits a blockbuster but is caught by Ricochet with a shooting star press right afterwards. Santos hits a big death valley driver on Ricochet. Nakamura sends him to the mat and starts climbing. He turns and leaps off with a flying kick to the LWO member.

Now we see everyone on the floor where Butch climbs up a ladder at ringside and hits a back flip to splash on everyone. The crowd goes crazy. Logan Paul ends up in the ring alone and he starts climbing the ladder under the briefcases. Ricochet stops him and the two start duking it out. Paul drops him and climbs again but then Santos stops him.

Santos starts to climb but Nakamura drags him down. Nakamura then starts climbing on one side, while Santos climbs on the other. LA Knight re-enters the ring with an additional ladder, which he uses as a weapon before setting it up beside the other one in the middle of the ring. Escobar leaps off his ladder and connects with a hurricanrana on Knight on the other ladder.

Nakamura is left alone and he begins climbing until Escobar begins climbing up as well. Logan Paul and Ricochet climb up as well. Ricochet and Logan kick over Santos and Nakamura’s ladder and they crash and burn on the floor. Ricochet and Paul begin trading atop their ladder. LA Knight comes in but is kicked away by each guy. He then pushes over their ladder. Paul and Ricochet but land on the top rope and then Ricochet hits a Spanish Fly on Paul out of the ropes and through the two tables set up at ringside earlier on.

Priest chokeslams Butch off a ladder onto another ladder in the corner. Ouch. Knight stops Priest and knocks him off. Santos comes in but Knight takes him out. Nakamura comes in but Knight throws him out. He plays to the crowd and starts his climb. He nearly gets the briefcase down but Priest grabs him for a chokeslam. They trade shots and then Priest hits a Broken Arrow to take Knight off the ladder. He climbs up and takes down the briefcase.

Winner and 2023 Mr. Money In The Bank: Damian Priest

Undisputed WWE Women’s Tag-Team Championship
Ronda Rousey & Shayna Baszler (C) vs. Liv Morgan & Raquel Rodriguez

The familiar sounds of the entrance music for “Rowdy” Ronda Rousey plays and out comes the women’s MMA pioneer and former WrestleMania headliner along with “The Submission Magician” Shayna Baszler for their latest Undisputed WWE Women’s Tag-Team title defense.

After the reigning and defending champs settle in the ring, their music dies down and Raquel Rodriguez’s tunes play. She stops at the top of the ramp and her music stops and then the theme for Liv Morgan plays. The challengers head to the ring together.

Now the bell sounds and we’re officially off-and-running with this one. Liv Morgan, wearing blatant London Jack colored ring gear, kicks things off against Shayna Baszler in the early goings. Morgan jumps into the early offensive lead. She hits a big diving splash on Rousey and Baszler at ringside.

Rodriguez and Rousey end up as the legal two in the ring moments later and the two climb to the top rope together. Rousey leaps and slaps on a flying triangle choke as Rodriguez sits atop the top turnbuckle screaming in pain. Rodriguez stands up and leaps still in the hold, power-bombing her way free.

Baszler tags in, as does Morgan. Baszler slaps an armbar on Morgan, who screams in pain. Rousey slaps an ankle lock on Morgan while she’s still in the armbar from Baszler. Morgan screams like crazy but Rodriguez makes the save before she taps out.

Rousey and Rodriguez fight at ringside and “Rowdy” Ronda gets sent into the steel ring post. Baszler locks in her clutch-finisher. Morgan hangs on. Rousey tags in and heads towards Morgan but Baszler ends up attacking Rousey out of nowhere as the crowd explodes. She slaps her finisher on Rousey and chokes her out. She leaves her laying as the crowd goes bat-sh*t crazy. Morgan looks stunned.

Baszler storms off as Rousey tries recovering. Rodriguez tags Morgan back in, but first power bombs Rousey. Morgan comes in and hits her Oblivion for the pin fall victory. We have new champs.

Winners and NEW Undisputed WWE Women’s Tag-Team Champions: Liv Morgan & Raquel Rodriguez

WWE Intercontinental Championship
GUNTHER (C) vs. Matt Riddle

We shoot to Kayla Braxton backstage for a quick interview with Mr. Money In The Bank Damian Priest. After that, we see the video package for the WWE Intercontinental Championship showdown between GUNTHER and Matt Riddle.

Now we return inside the O2 Arena where Matt Riddle’s theme hits and out comes “The Original BRO” for our next title match of the evening. He settles in the ring and awaits the arrival of his opponent.

The theme for Imperium hits and out comes the reigning and defending WWE Intercontinental Champion GUNTHER, as introduced by his fellow Imperium mates. Both guys are settled inside the squared circle now and ready for battle.

After that, we hear the bell sound and we’re officially off-and-running with this one. Riddle jumps into the early offensive lead, securing a submission attempt on GUNTHER, who ends up tied into the ropes. GUNTHER fights back and knocks Riddle senseless with a single chop.

We hear the commentators remind us about the leg / ankle injury of Riddle, which GUNTHER targets with his attack straight out of the gate. At one point, he rips the tape off the foot and ankle of Riddle and goes to work on smashing the bones.

Riddle fights back and hits a big running knee, but lands with all of his weight on his bum wheel. He remains in the offensive driver’s seat, however, and moments later even connects with a floating bro off the top-rope for a close near fall.

GUNTHER power bombs Riddle and then locks in an ankle lock. Riddle fights it but GUNTHER cranks back further on it and “The Original BRO” eventually has no choice but to tap out. With the submission win, GUNTHER retains his I-C title.

Winner and STILL WWE Intercontinental Champion: GUNTHER

Drew McIntyre Returns, Lays Out GUNTHER

Once the match wraps up, we see GUNTHER celebrating his victory with his I-C title. We see some highlights from the entertaining bout and then out of nowhere, it happened.

The sword slice that nearly blows the roof off of the O2 Arena in London is heard.

“The Scottish Warrior” Drew McIntyre emerges to a sustained roar from the U.K. crowd. He makes his way down to the ring and ends up in an intense staredown with GUNTHER. The two end up duking it out and McIntyre lays out GUNTHER with a Claymore Kick.

Cody Rhodes vs. Dominik Mysterio

We see the pre-match video package for our next match of the evening after a quick commercial break. The stories leading up to tonight’s showdown between Cody Rhodes and Dominik Mysterio are shown.

The package wraps up and then we shoot inside the building where Dominik Mysterio’s theme hits and out he comes with “Mami” by his side as always. Dom Dom and Rhea Ripley settle into the ring and his music dies down.

Now the theme for Cody Rhodes hits and out comes “The American Nightmare” to a plain ridiculously loud pop, followed by the loudest sustained crowd sing-along theme song session ever, as the U.K. fans loudly belt out the entrance tune of Cody Rhodes.

The bell sounds and we’re officially off-and-running with this one. Dom pushes past Cody and poses on the ropes as the crowd loudly boos him. Dom runs and avoids Cody but then catches him with a sneaky punch that Cody sells well. Cody goes after him again but caught a slap this time.

Cody gets angry and yanks his cast off and in a rage goes out after Dom, who runs away and tries sprinting to the back. Cody gets his hands on him, brings him back in the ring and starts to tear him apart.

Rhea Ripley ends up in a staredown with Cody. While this is going on, Dom is taking the turnbuckle padding off the top turnbuckle in one of the corners. He turns and Cody drills him from the ring apron, but then Rhea trips Cody up and he slams face-first into the steel ring steps.

Back in the ring, Dom Dom continues to add to the punishment Cody has taken, as he enjoys his first offensive run in the bout. Dom throws Cody back out to the floor and then he repeatedly bounces Cody’s head off the commentary table.

The fans loudly break out in a “Oh, Dominik’s a waaaanker!” song-chant. Cody starts to fire up some more and he begins hitting his trademark spots, culminating with a Cross Rhodes for the win. After the match, Cody bows down and kisses the ring like always. Fun stuff. Crazy crowd atmosphere throughout. No Brock Lesnar. No main event.

Winner: Cody Rhodes

John Cena Makes Surprise Return

After a WWE 2K23 video game 33-percent off commercial airs, featuring John Cena on the cover of the game, we return inside the O2 Arena in London, England where out of nowhere, John Cena’s theme hits.

Out comes Cena, who yells “SURPRISE!” and begins his sprint down to the ring as the crowd goes wild. Cena came to the ring and began a promo by saying, “Surprise!” after fans sang along with his theme music seconds after beginning their reaction with a “John Cena sucks!” song-chant.

The WWE legend then cut a promo talking about how it has been 20 years since WWE held a premium live event in England. He asks, “What the hell took us so long?!” He then spoke about how WWE considers the U.K. a gamble. He says he appeared today because he wants to bring WrestleMania to London.

The crowd went absolutely bonkers for that. Before anything else could happen, however, the theme for Grayson Waller hits and out comes the host of “The Grayson Waller Effect” to confront Cena in the ring.

Waller talks about how he was nearly brought to tears by Cena’s performance in Scooby Doo. He then applauds him for the jorts and his Hustle Loyalty and Respect style. He mocks Cena for losing to Austin Theory and Bray Wyatt the last few times he wrestled.

The fans crap all over Waller, especially when he dogs London and says if WrestleMania is coming overseas, it should come to Australia. Waller tells Cena to be his guest on WrestleMania Australia’s Grayson Waller Effect. Cena says no thanks.

He then quotes his own viral clip asking if he and his friends can enjoy themselves. He then hypes WrestleMania London but gets ambushed from behind by Waller. Waller takes his shirt off and mocks Cena to the crowd but then turns around into an Attitude Adjustment from Cena, who takes his shirt off and does the “You Can’t See Me” gesture to Waller.

Women’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match
Zelina Vega vs. Becky Lynch vs. Zoey Stark vs. Bayley vs. Iyo Sky vs. Trish Stratus

We head to a commercial break and when we return, the pre-match video package airs to get us ready for our second namesake match, as it’s time for the Women’s Money In The Bank ladder match.

With that said, the ring entrances begin after the formal in-ring pre-match introductions by the ring announcer. Out first, representing The Judgment Day according to Samantha Irvin, is Bayley. Whoops! Damage CTRL, Sammy!

Next she introduces Iyo Sky, as representing Damage CTRL. She’s batting .500 now. Representing LWO out next is Zelina Vega. Alright, she’s back to being an above .500 batter as a ring announcer. That’s respectable.

Zoey Stark is introduced next and then out after her comes the WWE Hall of Fame legend, Trish Stratus. Real quick, just need to say thank you, Trish! Finally, “The Man” is introduced and the crowd goes ballistic as Becky Lynch makes her way out.

The bell sounds and we’re officially off-and-running with our Women’s Money In The Bank ladder match. We see Trish and Zoey immediately join forces to take out most of the competition. They then focus on trying to get the ladder in the ring and begin their climb.

Others start filtering back in to stop Trish and Zoey. The fans break out in their super loud “Hey Bayley!” chants and crazy, crazy loud singing for Bayley like they did during Friday night’s SmackDown. Bayley finally screams, “SHUT UP!”

Iyo Sky ends up hitting a wild moonsault off the top of the ladder set up in the ring, splashing onto a pile of bodies down below. Trish and Becky end up alone in the ring and they wildly duke it out as the commentators talk about their recent intense rivalry.

We keep seeing spots take place and then Trish and Becky end up alone and they pick up where they left off with their wild hockey style punch-exchanges. Trish hits her Stratusfaction onto a ladder. Zoey Stark pulls handcuffs from under the ring. Trish chokes Becky as Zoey gets ready to cuff her to the corner of the ring.

Lynch fights back after only one cuff is put on her hand. The other one s dangling as she beats down Trish and Zoey. She clears off the commentary table but turns around into a two-on-one attack from Trish and Zoey. A ladder bridge is set up across the ring apron and announce table.

“The Man” hits a Man-Handle Slam on Trish on the ladder bridge. Ouch. She then turns around into a turning corkscrew splash from Zoey. In the ring, Zelina and Zoey start to climb opposing sides of the ladder. Zelina flips over and hits Code Red on Zoey on another ladder bridge. Ouch!!

Iyo Sky ends up alone and climbing the ladder. She gets her hand on the briefcase and essentially has this one won, but her own Damage CTRL teammate Bayley pushes the ladder over. She screws her own teammate and begins climbing herself now.

Lynch climbs up the other side and grabs Bayley by the ear and then a fish-hook, to drag her down. She climbs back up but Bayley grabs the loose handcuff. Iyo Sky comes in but Lynch takes them both out. Bayley stops Lynch again.

Iyo Sky grabs the loose handcuff from Lynch and cuffs it to Bayley. Now both are stuck and can’t climb, so Iyo climbs up past them, literally climbing over Bayley as payback and getting to the top. She sits on the top rung and pulls down the briefcase for the win. Awesome match.

Winner and 2023 Mrs. Money In The Bank: Iyo Sky

WWE World Heavyweight Championship
Seth “Freakin'” Rollins (C) vs. Finn Balor

The video package airs to tell the story leading up to our next match of the evening, which features the WWE World Heavyweight Championship on-the-line, as Seth “Freakin'” Rollins goes one-on-one against Finn Balor of The Judgment Day.

We return inside the O2 Arena and “The Demon” Finn Balor version of The Judgment Day theme music plays as the group-leader makes his way out and heads to the ring with a wild demonic purple mask on and his hoodie up.

Balor settles in the ring and his music dies down. Now he awaits the arrival of his opponent. We hear “BURN IT DOWN!” and the crowd goes insane for the 100th time this afternoon, as the reigning and defending WWE World Heavyweight Champion emerges.

Seth “Freakin'” Rollins heads to the ring as the fans loudly sing along with the “Whoa-oh’s” to his entrance tune. He settles inside the ring and “The Visionary” and “The Revolutionary” proceeds to play the conductor, leading the fans in singing with his tune after the music cuts off.

The ring announcer handles the formal pre-match ring introductions for this championship contest and then we get ready for battle. The bell sounds and we’re officially off-and-running with our co-main event of WWE Money In The Bank 2023.

As the match gets started, Michael Cole points out on commentary the taped up ribs of Rollins, noting Balor has targeted this area on his many sneak attacks throughout the past several weeks, which he mentions continued at a WWE live event as recently as last night.

We see some good back-and-forth action in the early goings, and then things start picking up as each guy trades attempts on their finishers. Neither connects until Rollins hits a Pedigree. Before he can cover Balor, we see Damian Priest come out with his Money In The Bank briefcase in-hand.

The fans chant “Cash-it-in!” as he stalks the ringside area with his eyes locked on Rollins, who is glaring back at him. The distraction allows Balor to take over, and he hits Coup de Grace after Coup de Grace on Rollins on the floor, hurting his already injured ribs.

Balor heads to the top rope and gets ready for one more Coup De Grace but a simple distraction from Priest at ringside ends up screwing his own teammate, as Balor misses the last Coup De Grace. Rollins capitalizes and scores the follow-up pin attempt on an unsuspecting Balor to pull off the win.

Winner and STILL WWE World Heavyweight Champion: Seth “Freakin'” Rollins

Kayla Braxton Interviews Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn

We shoot to the rafters inside the O2 Arena where Kayla Braxton interviews Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn. She talks to them about their successful title defense against Pretty Deadly on SmackDown.

Kevin Owens talks about the eventful show this afternoon with title changes and returns and other surprises. Braxton then mentions there’s still more to come with The Bloodline Civil War. Zayn says tonight is the night Roman Reigns gets exactly what’s coming to him.

The Bloodline Civil War
Roman Reigns & Solo Sikoa vs. The Usos

When the Owens and Zayn interview wraps up, we head to a quick commercial break. When we return, Michael Cole and Wade Barrett announces Rhea Ripley vs. Natalya for the WWE Women’s Championship on Monday Night Raw this coming Monday night.

From there, the elaborate, lengthy pre-match video package airs for our main event, which is The Bloodline Civil War pitting Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa against The Usos.

Once the pre-match package wraps up, the familiar sounds of the entrance theme for The Usos plays and out comes the brother duo of Jimmy Uso and Jey Uso for our main event and final match of the show.

The Usos settle into the ring to a huge pop and “They the ones!” chants, among others. The fans also very loudly sing along with The Usos’ theme music. That’s becoming a trend that is just spreading like wildfire. How many songs can millions of wrestling fans memorize the lyrics to? Apparently dozens!

Now that Jimmy and Jey are settled into the ring, their music dies down. After a healthy delay, the lights go down and then the familiar sounds of Roman Reigns’ theme plays. Out comes “The Tribal Chief” himself, accompanied by “The Wise Man” Paul Heyman and his partner for The Bloodline Civil War, Solo Sikoa.

All four men involved in The Bloodline Civil War are settled into the ring. The ring announcer handles the formal pre-match ring introductions for this match, as all four guys are face-to-face in the middle of the ring yelling at each other passionately.

The bell sounds and we’re officially off-and-running with our main event. The fans immediately break out in a loud “F*ck you Roman!” chant and then he takes his spot on the ring apron outside the ropes as the fans boo. Solo kicks things off against Jimmy Uso to get this one started.

We see some back-and-forth action and then we see Solo Sikoa to start to take over. Roman Reigns tags in once things are slow and calm and in the favor of Reigns and Solo. The fans get on “The Tribal Chief’s” case with some derogatory songs and chants.

Reigns then stops and gets a pep talk from Paul Heyman at ringside. He gets back in the ring and proceeds to go on a prolonged one-sided beatdown of Jey Uso. A “Tribal B*tch!” chant breaks out and spreads like wildfire throughout the O2 Arena.

Jey Uso starts to fight his way back into competitive form. He gets Reigns in the corner and climbs up him for the ten punch spot, with the fans counting along as each shot lands. A brief distraction by Solo allows Reigns to jump back into the offensive driver’s seat. He starts taunting and yelling at Jey as he beats him down.

The fans break out into a thunderously loud “Stand up, if you hate Roman!” song-style chant that Roman big-time acknowledges on-camera and the commentators bring up on the broadcast. As the action continues, the song-chants switch to “Sit down, if you hate Roman!”

Solo beats down Uso in the ring and then Roman tags in and from the floor, hits his running drive-by kick on the ring apron. Back in the ring, “The Tribal Chief” goes back to work on Uso as a loud “F*ck you Roman!” chant spreads throughout the O2 Arena.

Main event Jey fires up, taking out Solo and knocking him to the floor. He clotheslines Roman over the top on the other side and out to the floor. He hits a dive on Roman from the ring to the floor, heads back in and dives on the other side onto Solo on the floor.

Jey turns around into a Superman punch from Roman. Roman hits a second one and then backs in the corner and waits for Jey to get up for a spear. Jey makes the tag and Roman charges in for the spear but is blasted by both Usos with a double spear. Uso goes for the cover but Solo breaks it up.

We see a two-on-two stand off, with Roman and Solo on one side of the ring and Jimmy and Jey on the other. They soak up the atmosphere of the moment and then eight fists start flying all over the place as the crowd comes unglued.

Roman lays out Jimmy when the two are alone in the ring. He turns to the crowd and yells at them to shut up, saying he’s sick of them already. He does the Uce war-cry and waits for Jimmy to get up. He charges at him for a spear but runs into a super kick. Jimmy decks Roman with another one. He heads to the top rope for an Uso splash but lands into a choke from Roman. Uso fades but eventually springs back to life.

Jimmy muscles Roman up like you would your little brother and slams him in the corner. He tags in Jey. Jey comes in but Roman bumps the ref out of the ring. He turns around into a super kick from Jey and then a 1-and-done from The Usos. Jey goes for the cover but there is no ref to count the pin. Roman was dead to rights’ but there’s no one to make it official.

The Usos go to the top-rope in opposing corners but are caught on the way down by Reigns and Solo. Each guy hits a urinagi and then Solo hits a Samoan Spike and Roman hits a spear. They drag The Usos on top of each other like Joe Pesci and his brother at the end of Casino. Roman goes to cover the two lifeless Usos but somehow they kick out. The crowd goes insane.

Roman looks nervous. Paul Heyman, even as “The Wise Man,” yells out “What are we gonna do?!” unsure how to handle this or what to do to finish off The Usos. Solo Sikoa takes charge and begins beating up on Jimmy and Jey some more. Solo bashes Uso into the ring steps and then he starts taking apart the commentary table. Roman shouts instructions to “Destroy him!”

Solo super kicks Jimmy and lays him lifeless across the cleared off table. Solo climbs up the barricade and looks at Roman. He lets out a war cry and goes for a big splash but Jimmy moves and Solo goes through the table himself. In the ring. Jey hits a super kick but then Roman hits a Superman punch. Jey hits another super kick but then Roman bounces off the ropes and connects with a Spear. He goes for the cover but only gets two.

A loud “This is Awesome!” chant breaks out and then we are shown highlights of everything that just happened. Jey hits a low blow and then a super kick to Roman. He makes the tag and both Usos hit double super kicks. And again. And a third time. They head to the top-rope for the Uso Splash. They go for the cover and get the win. The crowd goes nuts. The Usos’ facial reaction, and that of Heyman’s, sells the significance of this moment, which Michael Cole underscores on commentary by pointing out it’s the first time Reigns’ shoulders have been pinned to the mat in over three years. The Usos kneel and pray as we begin seeing replays of the key moments in the match. Now we get a full show video recap and that’s how the show goes off the air. Thanks for joining us!

Winners: The Usos