WWE Money In The Bank 2024 Results

The WWE Money in the Bank, a major live event in the wrestling company’s schedule, happened on Saturday in Toronto and delivered a thrilling and chaotic night of action.

The event’s main attractions were the men’s and women’s Money in the Bank 2024 matches, offering the winners a contract for a championship opportunity anytime next year.

One winner attempted to use their briefcase, resulting in a wild conclusion. Additionally, three other matches took place on Saturday evening. The World Heavyweight and Intercontinental Championships were contested,

and a surprising ending occurred in the ongoing feud between Cody Rhodes and The Bloodline during a six-man tag-team match. Here’s a summary of all the action from Toronto:

Drew McIntyre unleashes frustrations on post-show

Losing the World Heavyweight Championship because of CM Punk again is not sitting well with the 2024 Men’s Money in the Bank winner.

After the conclusion of Money in the Bank, McIntyre took over the post show and assaulted the referees and Raw general manager Adam Pierce as they tried to stop him. It took Wade Barrett to get McIntyre out of the way.

Cody Rhodes, Kevin Owens and Randy Orton vs. The Bloodline

Kevin Owens has dealt with every iteration of The Bloodline, and he let his frustrations out with a frenzy attack on Tama Tonga before allowing Cody Rhodes and Randy Orton to do the same thing. WWE got its first taste of Jacob Fatu in competition, and he showed why he is regarded as one of the most intense wrestlers in the world, recovering from vintage Orton quickly and taking apart “The Viper” and setting his family up to launch an offensive attack.

Orton was able to get Owens in so he could continue his frenzy, but The Bloodline was able to neutralize him this time around. Owens got the majority of the beating and there were several times he tried to get a tag before The Bloodline would get in the way and punish him more. Owens eventually got Rhodes in and that’s when he teed off on Solo Sikoa. The champion took his eyes off Sikoa by targeting the rest of the faction, which gave Sikoa enough time to land a spear on Rhodes. He went for the pin and Rhodes kicked out.

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Sikoa inadvertently took the referee out and Rhodes, Owens and Orton all hit signature moves on Sikoa. The match erupted in chaos, including Owens sending Fatu through the announcer’s table. The action got brought into the ring, and when Rhodes went for three CrossRhodes on Sikoa, Fatu got up and took the champion out. He set up the new “Tribal Chief” with a Samoan spike. The referee was dragged into the ring for the count and Sikoa got the pin on the champion for the win for The Bloodline in its first major victory in its new era.

Analysis: The Bloodline is asserting itself back on top of WWE, and it has made a statement. The Bloodline needed to win on Saturday more than its opponents if it wanted to be seen as a legitimate new version of this dominant faction. Jacob Fatu’s debut was incredible and showed why there is so much hype surrounding him. For Sikoa to get the pin on Rhodes, he absolutely earned a shot at the Undisputed WWE Championship. Roman Reigns isn’t back and who knows if or when he’ll be back, but The Bloodline is doing just fine with its new “Tribal Chief.”

Women’s Money in the Bank match

It was clear Chelsea Green was the crowd favorite after the pop on her entrance and Samantha Irvin’s signature announcement. Green also got the match started with a laugh by trying to jump to get the briefcase once the match started.

Green was open and just when she grabbed the briefcase, Stratton came out and not only shook the ladder, knocked Green off and into the tables out of the ring in a hard-hitting spot. Stratton was left alone, and she grabbed the briefcase to become Ms. Money in the Bank.

Analysis: What a spectacular match. The women laid it all on the line and deserve major props for the wild bumps they had. The creativity was among the best in recent Money in the Bank match memory and raised the bar for how good it can be.

Stratton had a quick rise on the main roster, but it looked like it wasn’t going to amount to much and she would be a flash in the pan. Instead, Money in the Bank 2024 is on “Tiffy Time,” and it’s a great move for WWE to put another woman’s star in the conversation as one of the faces of the brand. There is a reason she’s already won over the crowd; she can talk and she backs it up in the ring. The Women’s Money in the Bank winner has always ended up as a champion, and it looked like Stratton is not far from having gold around her waist.

World Heavyweight Championship match: Damian Priest (c) vs. Seth Rollins

Drew McIntyre’s threat of cashing in his Money in the Bank contract on Saturday loomed large in the championship match. Both stars had a sense of urgency to get the match over and get out of the arena as quickly as possible.

With Damian Priest and Seth Rollins on high alert, they each tried to land big strike after big strike in a match that was never slow. Rollins and Priest traded powerbombs, then had a sequence of kicks to each other. Rollins landed his patented curb-stomp and went for the pin but Priest kicked out. The champion went for his own knockout move with his razor-edge, ending in the same result: Rollins getting out of the pin. There was a confusing moment when Rollins hit the falcon’s arrow and went for the pin on Priest, and even though it didn’t look like Priest kicked out, the referee didn’t count to three.

McIntyre then came out and cashed his Money in the Bank contract, making it a triple-threat match. McIntyre went for the claymore kick on Rollins to take the title, but Priest came out to clothesline him.

Punk has cost McIntyre again by wasting his contract, and he also cost Rollins from chasing the title as long as Priest is champion.

There is something about Money in the Bank and John Cena.

Trish Stratus announced a surprise guest on Saturday: 16-time WWE Champion Cena. His music hit and the crowd erupted, making another entrance like he did at Money in the Bank 2021.

Cena then revealed he will retire from WWE in 2025, and it appears WrestleMania 41 will be his last match.

Intercontinental Championship match: Sami Zayn (c) vs. Bron Breakker

Sami Zayn had the home-country advantage, but Bron Breakker wasn’t fazed, going quickly after the champion. However, Zayn isn’t just some squash opponent; he has finesse and is one of the smartest wrestlers in the company, and he showed he wouldn’t go down easy, taking some shots that seemed to surprise the challenger.

There were spots where Breakker would deliver one of his signature hard-hitting counters to get on offense, including a Franken-steiner to Zayn off the top rope. Breakker had words for Zayn after he kicked out and they went outside of the ring. Breakker tried to do his top-speed spear around the ring, only for Zayn to jump over. Breakker didn’t run into the steel steps, so he had time to recover, get onto the mat and deliver a flying clothesline to Zayn off the announcer’s table.

Breakker had the opening and went for the final blow. Zayn got out of the way and clipped him. With the challenger hanging off the turnbuckle, Zayn delivered a massive kick, knocking Breakker out and getting the pin to retain the title.

Analysis: Anyone could have made the case for either star to win, but it made sense for Breakker to get his first big push now. He has unlimited potential and a win would have launched his career to new heights. Zayn is the ideal champion who can compete with anybody on the roster and won’t go down easily.

While Breakker was able to showcase his power and speed, he learned his opponents aren’t just going to be out in seconds. It takes skill to win, and it’ll be something for him to work on as he works his way up to the top. Don’t be surprised if this isn’t the only meeting between the two.

Men’s Money in the Bank- 2024 match

The chaos started as soon as the bell rang, and Drew McIntyre emerged as the first person to attempt to grab the briefcase, only for the quick ending to be spoiled by Chad Gable and Andrade. “El Idolo” then did an impressive Spanish fly to Hayes and onto the ladder. The crowd was clearly loving the energy.

Gable went to get the briefcase, but Uso moved the ladder, leaving Gable hanging off the briefcase. He couldn’t grab it and fell face-first onto the mat. Uso had a prime chance to win, only for McIntyre to hit Uso with a ladder. It knocked him off, and McIntyre was all by himself. He climbed the ladder and grabbed the briefcase to secure his championship opportunity.

Trish Stratus kicks off Money in the Bank 2024

WWE Hall of Famer and Toronto native Trish Stratus is the host of Money in the Bank, and she got the night started by welcoming the crowd to Scotiabank Arena. Ring announcer Samantha Irvin then sang the U.S. national anthem and artist Rylan James sang the Canada national anthem.

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