WWE Money In the Bank 2020 PPV May

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# KickOff Live @6PM ET.
# Maincard Live @7PM to 11PM ET.
# Dailymotion HD 15 Parts Live every 15 Minutes during live.
# Dailymotion HD 3 Parts Replay After Live.

# Money in the Bank ladder match for a women’s championship match contract

* Asuka vs. Shayna Baszler vs. Nia Jax vs. Dana Brooke vs. Lacey Evans vs. Carmella

# Money in the Bank ladder match for a world championship match contract

* Daniel Bryan vs. Rey Mysterio vs. Aleister Black vs. King Corbin vs. Otis vs. AJ Styles

# Singles match for the WWE Universal Championship

* Braun Strowman (c) vs. Bray Wyatt

# Singles match for the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship

* Bayley (c) vs. Tamina

# Singles match for the WWE Championship

* Drew McIntyre (c) vs. Seth Rollins

# Fatal 4-Way Tag team match for the WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship

* The New Day (Big E and Kofi Kingston) (c) vs. The Miz and John Morrison vs. The Forgotten Sons (Steve Cutler, Jaxson Ryker, and/or Wesley Blake) vs. Lucha House Party (Gran Metalik and Lince Dorado)

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# Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match
There are only a few certainties in life, and one of those is complete mayhem during a Money in the Bank Ladder Match.
The chaos hits a whole new level as this year’s competitors will have to traverse the halls, offices and boardrooms of WWE Headquarters to reach the briefcase located upon the roof of the multi-story building.
Daniel Bryan, King Corbin and Otis each punched their tickets to the historic clash on SmackDown. Aleister Black, Apollo Crews and Rey Mysterio followed with qualifying wins on Monday Night Raw. Unfortunately for Crews, the Superstar sustained an injury while battling Andrade for the United States Championship and was forced to remove himself from the career-changing opportunity. At the culmination of a grueling Last Chance Gauntlet Match, AJ Styles returned to the ring after being buried alive during the Boneyard Match at WrestleMania to defeat Humberto Carrillo and claim the final spot in the showdown.
As is tradition, the winner of the chaotic encounter will earn himself a guaranteed World Championship Match anytime and anywhere within the next year.
Which Superstar will affirm the risk is worth the reward, outfox his fellow competitors, pick the perfect time to strike and pull down the briefcase? Find out at WWE Money in the Bank, streaming on Sunday, May 10 at 7 ET/4 PT on WWE Network!

# Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match
The competitors in this year’s Women’s Money in the Bank Match will have a challenge ahead of them unlike any before, and the unique field of Superstars promises to make it one of the most memorable bouts in history.
The yearly extravaganza will feature WWE’s most daring female Superstars once again risking life and limb for the chance to secure a guaranteed championship opportunity anytime and anywhere in the following year – but this time the briefcase will be located on top of the WWE Headquarters.
The first three competitors qualified on Monday Night Raw, as Nia Jax overcame Kairi Sane, Shayna Baszler defeated Sarah Logan, and Asuka bested Ruby Riott. Dana Brooke joined from the blue brand after notching a shocking victory over Naomi, Lacey Evans punched her ticket with a victory over Sasha Banks and Carmella grabbed the final spot by defeating Mandy Rose with a little assist from Sonya Deville.
Carmella won the inaugural contest, Alexa Bliss grabbed the briefcase the year after that and Bayley seized the contract last year. Now, as WWE Hall of Famer Goldberg would say, “Who’s next?”
With all the trappings of a multi-story office building, who will conquer the opposition, risk it all, grab the Money in the Bank briefcase and capture the life-changing contract to earn an opportunity to challenge a World Champion anytime they wish in the next year? Find out at WWE Money in the Bank, streaming on the award-winning WWE Network Sunday, May 10, at 7 ET/4 PT.

# Braun Strowman vs. Bray Wyatt – Universal Championship Match
The past has come back to haunt Braun Strowman — will it cost him the Universal Championship?
We’ll find out when The Monster Among Men puts his title on the line against Bray Wyatt at WWE Money in the Bank.
Just days into Strowman’s reign as Universal Champion, he was addressed from the Firefly Fun House by Wyatt — the man who brought Strowman to WWE years ago as part of The Wyatt Family. After accusing Strowman of turning his back on him, Wyatt asked for an apology.
The Monster Among Men was anything but contrite in return, but Strowman saying sorry was far from the only thing Wyatt was seeking, as he soon declared that he wanted the Universal Title back after losing it earlier this year.
Though Strowman insisted he wouldn’t fall for Wyatt’s psychological warfare, he soon found himself pulled into the mind games regardless. Lured in by what he thought was a gift from Alexa Bliss on “A Moment of Bliss,” Strowman instead found a mask identical to the one he wore as part of The Wyatt Family.
If anyone knows what makes Wyatt tick, it’s the former Black Sheep of The Wyatt Family, but will that be enough for Strowman to retain his Universal Title? Find out Sunday, May 10, streaming on the award-winning WWE Network!

# WWE Champion Drew McIntyre vs. Seth Rollins
Earlier this year, Seth Rollins set out on a path to celebrate progress and move forward in his vision for the future of Raw. Unfortunately for him, the future is now, and the progress came in the form of Drew McIntyre fulfilling his championship destiny.
At WrestleMania 36, McIntyre proved his status as a generational competitor by slaying Brock Lesnar, whereas Rollins latest devious attack on Kevin Owens backfired and left the red brand’s preacher lost in the proverbial desert of defeat.
As he regrouped, Rollins decided his words weren’t accomplishing the desired result and concluded it was time to let his feet do the talking. After the Scottish Superstar’s thrilling victory over Andrade in a Champion vs. Champion Match, The Architect blindsided McIntyre with a vicious Stomp. The following week, McIntyre wasted no time in issuing a challenge and let Rollins know that he next time he comes at the champ; he best not miss.
Don’t miss WWE Money in the Bank, streaming on the award-winning WWE Network, Sunday, May 10, at 7 ET/4 PT!

# SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley vs. Tamina
Is the clock ticking on Bayley’s SmackDown Women’s Title run, or can the self-proclaimed “role model” overcome her most powerful challenger yet when she battles Tamina at WWE Money in the Bank?
Bayley has been at the top of her game since an attitude change helped propel her to the top of the blue brand last fall. Though the titleholder has overcome a bevy of adversaries since capturing her championship, Tamina represents a unique obstacle.
Recently reasserting her presence on Friday nights with a vengeance, Tamina has used brute physicality to overwhelm almost all of her fellow Superstars. After entering the SmackDown Women’s Title Fatal 5-Way Match at WrestleMania as arguably the odds-on favorite, it took all four of the other competitors pinning her at the same time to eliminate her.
That didn’t slow Tamina’s pursuit, though. Bayley threw one final hurdle in front of Tamina in the form of best friend Sasha Banks, but it backfired thanks to Lacey Evans.
Now with nothing keeping Tamina from getting her hands on the champion, will Bayley once again find a way to escape with her title? Watch them square off at WWE Money in the Bank, streaming on WWE Network on Sunday, May 10!

# SmackDown Tag Team Championship Fatal 4-Way Match
Ever since Big E reclaimed the titles for The New Day, the eight-time champions have carried a target on their backs. Now at WWE Money In The Bank, The New Day will put their reign on the line against The Miz & John Morrison, The Forgotten Sons and Lucha House Party in a Fatal 4-Way Match.
The showdown promises to be a chaotic affair as each team has excelled in recent blue brand action. The accomplished recording artists Miz & Morrison held the titles earlier this year before Big E took the championships from the self-proclaimed “Greatest Tag Team of the 21st Century.” The Forgotten Sons sent a message by topping The New Day on SmackDown and Lucha House Party shocked the WWE Universe with a win over Miz & Morrison.
Will Kofi Kingston & Big E fight off the blue brand uprising, or will a new team leave WWE Money In The Bank with the titles?
Don’t miss WWE Money in the Bank, streaming on the award-winning WWE Network, Sunday, May 10, at 7 ET/4 PT!

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  • sonne 2 weeks ago

    why the show is too short only 2 hour 30 minutes ?

    • Admin 2 weeks ago

      it is in the hands of wwe, they control the show durations.

  • crap ppv, waste of time, WWE promised so much but delivered very little, the ladder matches were supposed 2 b never before seen, but yet they failed miserably, randy orton vs edge at mania was far better and the same idea with guys going anywhere and everywhere beating the shit out of each other the bone yard match was awesome and prob best wwe have done in while, but as we all know wwe cannot make good storylines and anything good gets destroyed, thank god we have AEW to save us