The pre-taped show from London's O2 Arena in London was headlined by a series of Money in the Bank qualifying matches, as well as another Intercontinental Championship defense.
- Bobby Roode defeated No Way Jose and Baron Corbin to qualify for the men's Money in the Bank Ladder match.
Kevin Owens responded to the challenge when he posted a video on Twitter, and WWE confirmed that the match is officially booked for Raw. Reigns promises to do what he needs to do to get revenge on Jinder. He then hit the Glorious DDT on Jose to pick up the win. The Riott Squad. Banks took care of Logan while Moon hit a suicidal dive on Ruby Riott.
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- Kurt Angle made Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel vs. Matt Hardy and Bray Wyatt for the Raw Tag Team Titles official for later in the show during a backstage interview. Tapping out, was only a matter of time. Weathering the storm, Bray Wyatt and Woken Matt Hardy eventually got the upper hand with a double Sister Abigail finisher on Scott Dawson, which has now been rechristened as the Kiss of Deletion.
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In the women's division MITB qualifier, Alexa Bliss, Mickie James, and Bayley locked horns.
Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre had a plan last night, and it involved redirecting the force of nature known as Braun Strowman. Owens' buddy, Sami Zayn distracted Bobby Lashley with a Helluva Kick which allowed Owens to hit a Frog Splash on Elias to earn the win.