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Money In the Bank takes place on June 17th in Chicago, Illinois and airs live on the WWE Network. The second time resulted in Reigns spearing Mahal through a wall, forcing Angle to pull him from the match.

Bobby Roode claimed a spot in the men's ladder match by defeating Baron Corbin and No Way Jose, pinning the latter with a Glorious DDT. The two wrestlers end up in a backstage brawl.

The main event of RAW saw a triple threat match with the victor qualifying for the men's Money In The Bank ladder match with Kevin Owens getting one more shot after he called Stephanie McMahon and complained.

Reigns kicked off Raw by daring Mahal to face him like a man in the middle of the ring.

- This week's RAW from London saw WWE Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins retain over Kevin Owens in the opener.

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Looks like it's going to snow in the Sahara, because the most unthinkable has happened: Curtis Axel and Bo Dallas have won a match.

The B-Team def. Breezango by Bo Dallas pinning Fandango following a double team backdrop/neckbreaker.

Sasha Banks, Natalya and Ember Moon def. The Riott Squad by Liv Morgan submitting to Natalya's Sharpshooter.

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The RAW Women's championship may be contested by Nia Jax and Ronda Rousey right now, but Alexa Bliss still has lans to reclaim her title.

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Angle instead placed Mahal in a Triple Threat Match against Bobby Lashley and Elias to determine who would be the next Superstar placed into the Money in the Bank Ladder Match.

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The main event was originally booked as Jinder Mahal vs. Elias and Bobby Lashley for Raw's final spot in the men's ladder match.

Owens ended up winning the triple threat match against Elias and Bobby Lashley after Sami Zayn interfered to help Owens out.

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