MITB Recap: Bliss and Braun win ladder maches, Bliss cashes in and wins
Alexa Bliss quickly cashed in her Money in the Bank victory and became the new Raw women's champion while on the men's side, Braun Strowman became even more dangerous to Brock Lesnar with his victory.
Rousey shines, but Alexa Bliss spoils match
Ronda Rousey impresses at Money in the Bank, but Alexa Bliss spoils the match and eventually cashes in her briefcase to become Raw Women's champion.
Bliss cashes in during Rousey-Jax match to win WWE Raw Women's Championship
As Ronda Rousey prepared to lock in an armbar on Nia Jax, Alexa Bliss interfered and cashed in her Money in the Bank contract to win the WWE Raw Women's Championship.
NXT TakeOver: Chicago II: Rivalry taken to a new level
Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa returned to settle tensions a full year in the making, and that they did in an epic match where Ciampa found an improbable victo in the second edition of NXT TakeOver: Chicago.
Ricochet walks through THAT jump and going face-to-face with Velveteen Dream, from the challenges of landing on his feet to the fan reaction that still continues.
Nikki Cross on her memories of her Last Woman Standing match against Asuka, working solo instead of as part of a collective and the state of the NXT women's division.
Aleister Black on having to prove versatility with an opponent like Lars Sullivan at NXT TakeOver: Chicago II.
The WWE announced a major October show for Australia, with "Super Show-Down" representing the first major WWE broadcast event in the region since 2002. The show, which takes place on Saturday, Oct. 6 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, will be headlined by Triple H vs. The Undertaker and will stream live on the WWE Network. Other stars scheduled to appear include Ronda Rousey, John Cena, Shawn Michaels, Daniel Bryan, Shane McMahon and AJ Styles, among many others.
Best of WWE's Money in the Bank
Check out the most memorable moments of WWE's Money in the Bank event over the years.
The best WWE Money In The Bank cash-in moments
The Money in the Bank cash-in attempt is one of the highlights of the WWE calendar. We look at five of the most memorable efforts since the briefcase's debut in 2005.
Breaking down key stats for three featured bouts at WWE Money in the Bank
WWE's unofficial fifth "major" of the year, Money in the Bank, offers one of WWE's signature matches and a format that lends itself well to a statistical breakdown.
Roman Reigns wants feud with Daniel Bryan, talks turning heel
Roman Reigns enjoys the gray area that his character owns, but knows there's a few potential storylines -- like one with Daniel Bryan -- that could greatly change that perspective.
Reigns reveals why he wants to face Daniel Bryan in the ring
WWE's Roman Reigns reveals his dream match would be against Daniel Bryan and why he feels he shouldn't necessarily turn heel.
Reigns: I helped make Strowman a monster
WWE superstar Roman Reigns tells ESPN why Braun Strowman was his favourite rivalry and how he finds the balance between work and personal life.
How Ciampa and Gargano crafted the perfect NXT rivalry
The saga of Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa began three years ago when the two hadn't even been signed to WWE. Gargano gives his perspective on how everything fell into place ahead of NXT TakeOver: Chicago II.
The titles are on the line at NXT TakeOver: Chicago II, but the focus is on Ciampa and Gargano
Move over NXT championship, women's championship and tag team championship matches. This Saturday's NXT event is all about revenge and the second installment in the Tommaso Ciampa and Johnny Gargano feud.
Kenny Omega and Xavier Woods bring worlds together with Street Fighter V showcase at E3
In a clash three years in the making, best friends and bitter enemies Kenny Omega brought together the worlds of gaming and pro wrestling (as well as the worlds of WWE and NJPW) during the E3 Street Fighter V clash between New Day and The Elite.
Cheap Heat Discusses Money In The Bank
Rosenberg is on his way to MITB but first him and SGG talk about CM Punk's debacle and MITB.
Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks taking on Xavier Woods and The New Day in Street Fighter at E3.
There's quite a crowd assembled for the Street Fighter V battle at E3 between The New Day and The Elite. There's also over 29,000 live viewers (and counting) on the WWE's UpUpDownDown YouTube channel. (Photo c/o Ryan Garfat/ESPN)
SmackDown keeps the focus in the ring in final sendoff before Money in the Bank
Though any changes in story trajectory were simply minor shifts, a focus on three key matches that delivered in the ring gave SmackDown an appropriate sendoff heading into this weekend's Money in the Bank pay-per-view.
Red carpet reactions heading into Money in the Bank
During WWE's red carpet for their first Emmy "For Your Consideration" event in North Hollywood, California, wrestlers past and present reflected on a variety of topics ranging from Money in the Bank to Braun Strowman's feats of eating.
Braun and Ronda stand tall ahead of Money in the Bank
The two biggest matches on Monday Night Raw offered a glimpse of what may come at Money in the Bank and created interesting dynamics that will likely impact the futures of the biggest players in each division.
Rousey makes Nia Jax tap out
Ahead of her title match on Sunday, Ronda Rousey puts a submission hold on Raw Women's champion Nia Jax and makes her tap out.
Coming full circle: CM Punk, Money in the Bank, UFC 225 and Chicago
As Money in the Bank gets set to return to Chicago on Sunday, a look back at CM Punk's once-in-a-lifetime moment in 2011 and how much has changed for him and the WWE over the last seven years.
Today marks the 435th day of Brock Lesnar's Universal title reign, 1 day longer than CM Punk's reign from 2011-13. It's the longest WWE world title reign since Hulk Hogan's 4-year reign from 1984-88 (1,474 days). During this reign, he's made 7 TV/PPV title defenses. During Punk's reign, he made 22 defenses. Also notable, Lesnar is the champion on the Raw brand. He hasn't wrestled a match on Monday Night Raw since July 2002...against Tommy Dreamer!
Despite being 0-for-his-last-200, Curt Hawkins still loves living the WWE dream
Since returning to WWE in late 2016 Curt Hawkins has won just three matches and carries an active losing streak of 200. But between living out his WWE dreams, spending time with his daughter and teaching at his wrestling school, Hawkins remains positive.
WWE Money in the Bank 2018 results, news and information
Everything you need to know about WWE Money in the Bank 2018 -- match cards, results, news, features, history and more from ESPN.com.
Rousey to be first woman in UFC Hall of Fame
The UFC's first female champion, Ronda Rousey, will be the first woman inducted into the sport's Hall of Fame.
Over the course of the weekend, the first round of the WWE U.K. Championship Tournament played out at Download Festival. The quarterfinal matches, which will kick off the day's festivities on June 18 at Royal Albert Hall, are as follows. Zack Gibson faces Jack Gallagher; Flash Morgan Webster takes on Jordan Devlin; Joe Coffey faces Dave Mastiff; and Travis Banks takes on Ashton Smith. The winner of the tournament gets a shot at U.K. champion Pete Dunne on June 19, with both nights of action airing on the WWE Network on the 25th and 26th of June.
Rey Mysterio ready for his moment in NJPW at Dominion
For decades, Rey Mysterio has traveled the world and shined on all of wrestling's biggest stages -- except for one. That changes when he makes his debut with New Japan Pro Wrestling at Dominion, the latest step as he bounces among promotions.
Three title matches have been announced for New Japan Pro Wrestling's G1 Special in San Francisco show on July 7. Fresh off of winning the IWGP heavyweight championship, Kenny Omega will make his first defense against Cody. EVIL and SANADA will get a tag title rematch against the Young Bucks, and Juice Robinson will challenge Jay White for the IWGP United States championship. Also announced was a tag team match pitting Kazuchika Okada and Will Ospreay against Tetsuya Naito and BUSHI. (Photo co AXS TV/NJPW/TV Asahi)
Kenny Omega defeated Kazuchika Okada 2 falls to 1 in the main event of New Japan Pro Wrestling's Dominion show — ending the longest IWGP heavyweight championship reign (720 days) and longest string of title defenses in NJPW history. After Okada took the first fall with a deep roll-up, Omega won two straight falls; the second with a pair of One-Winged Angels and a V-trigger. All told, the match lasted over 65 minutes. After splitting their first three matches, Omega wins the decisive contest to become IWGP heavyweight champion. (Photo c/o NJPW World/TV Asahi)
Leading into the main event of New Japan Pro Wrestling's Dominion show, four different titles changed hands Saturday night in Osaka, Japan. Chris Jericho defeated Tetsuya Naito to win the IWGP Intercontinental championship, while Hiromu Takahashi won the IWGP junior heavyweight title for the second time, against Will Ospreay. The Young Bucks added another major milestone by winning their first ever IWGP heavyweight tag team championships, while Michael Elgin became NEVER openweight champion by winning a triple threat.
White on CM Punk loss: He should 'call it a wrap'
UFC president Dana White said CM Punk should "call it a wrap" in MMA after the ex-WWE star was dominated by Mike Jackson and fell to 0-2 in his pro MMA career.
CM Punk gets dominated in second UFC bout
Twenty-one months after losing his Octagon debut, CM Punk loses a one-sided unanimous decision to Mike Jackson at UFC 225 in Chicago.
White: CM Punk's MMA career 'should be a wrap'
UFC president Dana White says CM Punk showed "a lot of heart" but shouldn't fight again, while heavily criticizing opponent Mike Jackson.
Okada and Omega set to settle epic rivalry Saturday as part of stacked NJPW Dominion card
NJPW's Dominion show is anchored by the deciding match between Kazuchika Okada and Kenny Omega for the IWGP heavyweight championship, but the rest of the card is stacked with the likes of Chris Jericho, Rey Mysterio and several major title confrontations.
Rosenberg Flips Through The Rolodex And Calls Some Friends
Before breaking down the week in wrestling with SGG and Zach Linder, Peter ran through the Rolodex to see how Corey Graves, Renee Young, and Tom Phillips really feel about him. Plus mailbag and MITB talk.
With court case behind him, CM Punk ready for UFC 225
Former WWE superstar CM Punk will look for his first MMA win on Saturday night at UFC 225. But before that, he had to hear the verdict of a court case and make an appearance at the Chicago Cubs game. He allowed ESPN to take it all in.
CM Punk: I'm going to fight again after UFC 225
CM Punk tells Brett Okamoto that he's focused on winning at UFC 225 and regardless of outcome, he'll want to fight again.
A world championship just isn't complete without one of these. WWE sending the Capitals a championship belt.
Shawn Michaels explains how he became a part of the team at the WWE Performance Center, the parts of the job that drew him in and how he can take the lessons he's learned and teach the next generation. He also gets into the different stages of the evolution of the wrestling business. (Courtesy of Farbod Esnaashari)
Gargano and Ciampa continue to escalate rivalry, Cross steps up as first serious challenger to Baszler
Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa continued to escalate their blood feud -- quite literally, in this instance -- on NXT TV Wednesday night. Nikki Cross also made a statement in laying NXT women's champion Shayna Baszler out.
Women take center stage as Carmella takes down Asuka, Lynch bests Flair on SmackDown
With less than two weeks to go until Money in the Bank, the focus shifted to the SmackDown women's championship rivalry between Carmella and Asuka. New Day also came through with their second stellar performance in as many weeks in Tuesday's main event.
Hideo Itami seemed to insert himself into title contention on 205 Live, getting involved late in a great match between Mustafa Ali (who was setting up for the 054) and Buddy Murphy. This was the 3rd match between Murphy and Ali, and each of them have been outstanding matches, and this one had even more innovation and excitement.
For a variety of reasons, Money in the Bank can't come fast enough
While Raw struggled once again, a number of small positives steps taken offer a glimpse of the silver lining coming after Money in the Bank.
Oliver Luck leaving NCAA to be XFL commish
Oliver Luck is leaving his leadership role at the NCAA for a new job as commissioner and CEO of the XFL, which begins play in 2020.
It's time for Brock Lesnar to lose the Universal championship
At 425 days and counting, Brock Lesnar's stretch as Universal champion has grown to historic levels -- but his absence on a week-to-week basis has become a weight dragging down the rest of the stars of Monday Night Raw.
BOOM! Studios has taken the on-screen world of WWE and filled in the gaps with some dynamic backstories for some of the most iconic moments in WWE history. On Monday they announced, in conjunction with WWE, an NXT comic book series starting in September that will dig into every era of the brand dating back to 2012. From the origin story with Triple H and Dusty Rhodes, all the way to modern day, this weekly series will start telling deeper NXT stories in the world of comic books. Writer Dennis Hopeless and artist Jake Elphick will helm the story, with cover art from Lucas Werneck, Aaron Dana, David Nakayama and Audrey Mok. There will also be variant covers (including the one pictured below) by Marco D'Alfonso.
The weekly NXT event comic book series will cover everything from Triple H and Dusty Rhodes launching the brand, to the starts of NXT icons like Paige, Big E, Kevin Owens, Charlotte Flair, Finn Balor and Samoa Joe, through the modern era. "The Superstars of NXT are responsible for some of the greatest moments in sports entertainment history and we're thrilled to show readers the secrets behind the rise of WWE's third global brand," said Chris Rosa, Editor, BOOM! Studios. "From Seth Rollins to Shayna Baszler, each of your favorite NXT superstars will get their moment to shine in this weekly event." (Art by Aaron Dana)
Back State Side Dishing Out Takes
Rosenberg is back in the country and the guys have a lot to break down inside and outside the ring.
In search of its next star: How the WWE recruited Duke wrestler Jacob Kasper
Amateur wrestling has long been a rich source of prospects for the WWE, including the likes of Brock Lesnar and Kurt Angle. In the mind of WWE Hall of Famer and recruiter Gerald Brisco, Duke heavyweight Jacob Kasper could well be the WWE's next big star.
Nikki Cross adds just the right amount of chaos to the women's division
Shayna Baszler has been dominant and after weeks of running in place, didn't have a logical next opponent. Enter Nikki Cross and a perfect rivalry is in place heading into TakeOver: Chicago.
Has WWE put Ronda Rousey on the wrong path?
Ronda Rousey is getting a title shot at Money in the Bank, but has the WWE rushed its new star, who is still working on her in-ring ability?
Big Cass spoils Bryan-Joe dream match on SmackDown, but result is net positive
Big Cass spoiled a heavily promoted Daniel Bryan-Samoa Joe rematch 12 years in the making and made it a triple threat main event on SmackDown, but Joe's submission win against Bryan ended up a net positive for all three men involved.
In front of his hometown crowd, Cedric Alexander had his best performance since joining 205 Live, defending his Cruiserweight Title against Buddy Murphy. Murphy and Alexander showed the breadth of their movesets, alternating between physical and high-flying and having several amazing sequences. Hopefully this isn't the last of Alexander vs. Murphy.
Failure with the gauntlet match and Nia's change of heart
The seven-woman gauntlet match was a great idea to showcase the competition ahead of Money in the Bank, but the quick execution left much to be desired.
Sasha Banks won a gauntlet match on Monday Night Raw to claim the final spot in the women's Money in the Bank ladder match. Three matches were set for next week -- Kevin Owens vs. Finn Balor, Nia Jax vs. Natalya and a tag team battle royal to determine who will face Matt Hardy and Bray Wyatt for the Raw tag team titles at the Money in the Bank PPV.
Lio Rush looks to put mistakes in the past as he pursues dreams in wrestling and music
At 23, Lio Rush has taken all of the buzz he produced on the independents and turned it into an opportunity in NXT and the WWE. As he looks to put a misstep behind him, he's fully committed to making his dreams in wrestling (and music) come true.
Peter Comes To You Live From Paris France
A special guest fills in for SGG as Rosenberg breaks down Raw, last week's NXT, and reads tons of mail from Paris, France.
The Young Bucks and Cody Rhodes ready for sold-out All In event
The Young Bucks and Cody Rhodes have a lot on their plate, especially the upcoming sold-out All In event later this year.
AXS TV will air New Japan Pro Wrestling's third exclusive U.S. event -- the G1 Special in San Francisco -- on Saturday, July 7 at 8 p.m ET. The show, which is expected to draw over 10,000 fans to the Cow Palace in Daly City, California, will feature the stars of NJPW just a week before the G1 Climax 28 tournament begins in Japan.
Mauro Ranallo aims to shatter stigma of mental health discussions in new documentary
Mauro Ranallo, the only broadcaster to have called MMA, boxing, kickboxing and professional wrestling on national television, opens up about his long battle with bipolar disorder.
The Gargano vs. Ciampa rivalry gets even more personal in NXT
On Wednesday's edition of NXT, Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa met again in the ring -- but with a twist, as Gargano's wife, Candice LeRae, made her presence felt. Lars Sullivan also proved why he's a legitimate contender for the NXT championship.
The biggest questions surrounding WWE's move to Fox
SmackDown Live will have a new home in October 2019, but how will the deal with Fox impact the brand and its performers?
Sources: Fox reaches deal to air 'SmackDown'
After making a "massive" offer, Fox has reached an agreement to air WWE's "SmackDown Live" beginning in October 2019, sources told ESPN.
Seth Rollins' career-defining run puts him at No. 1
Seth Rollins is a near-unanimous No.1 in the latest ESPN WWE Power Rankings, thanks to a run of matches that stand among the best performances of his career and prove he has what it takes to carry Monday Night Raw on his back, if necessary.
All of the current champions in WWE and the most significant contenders for each title.