Alexa Bliss wins briefcase, cashes in immediately.
WWE's annual "Money In The Bank" PPV went down last night, as both the men and women from Raw and Smackdown had the chance to secure a contract for a WWE title shot at any moment in the next year. Click here to see our Top-5 Money In The Bank Cash ins of All-Time.
On the men's side of things, Braun Strowman outlasted the seven other man in the main event to become "Mr. Monster in the Bank," and he will now begin his hunt for WWE Universal champion Brock Lesnar. Lesnar isn't expected to compete again until SummerSlam, but that won't prevent Strowman from causing destruction from now until then in pursuit of the champ.
As for the women, Alexa Bliss secured the coveted briefcase -- but she didn't wait long to seek out her opportunity. Bliss interrupted the Raw Women's championship match between Nia Jax and Ronda Rousey, beating both with her newly won briefcase, and ultimately pinning Jax to capture her fifth women's title.
Elsewhere on the card, Smackdown Live's champion AJ Styles retained the title after defeating Shinsuke Nakamura in a Last Man Standing Match. Smackdown's Women's champion Carmella defeated Asuka, thanks to some outside interference from a returning James Ellsworth and Intercontinental champion Seth Rollins pinned Elias. The Bludgeon Brothers also retained their tag team titles against Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson on the kick-off show.
Non title matches include: Roman Reigns defeated Jinder Mahal, Bobby Lashley dominated Sami Zayn and Daniel Bryan made Big Cass tap out.
Tonight's episode of Monday Night Raw and tomorrow night's edition of SmackDown Live should provide us some directions as the WWE begins the build towards SummerSlam in August.