WWE Money in the Bank 2019 Live Results: Who Becomes Mr. and Ms. Money in the Bank?

Money in the Bank 2019 is taking place Sunday, May 19 with almost every title on the line and two ladder matches that will set the pace for the rest of the WWE's calendar year.

The most-anticipated bouts on the MITB show are the men's and women's MITB ladder matches. Eight men and eight women are vying to win the highly coveted MITB contract that almost ensures a title reign.

While both matches had last-minute changes, the fields are filled with talented superstars and it'll be interesting to see who gets that briefcase. Drew McIntyre seems like the safest bet to win the men's ladders match, how he helped Sami Zayn defeat Braun Strowman last week could set the "Monster Among Men's" sights on him.

Nikki Cross will replace Alexa Bliss, so she's definitely a wild card to win the match but there are some top-tier talent like Ember Moon, Bayley and Naomi included so there are plenty of ways this can go.

There are 11 confirmed matches on the MITB 2019 card. The three tag team championships are not on the line - unless the Kickoff match between SmackDown Tag Team Champions Daniel Bryan and Rowan, and The Usos is changed - as well as the Intercontinental strap because current champ, Finn Balor is in the men's MITB ladder match.

Seth Rollins and AJ Styles will attempt to put a barnburner of a match when they fight over the Universal Championship. Kofi Kingston defends the WWE Championship against Kevin Owens, however, if the MITB ladder match goes on before we can see a cash-in so be on the lookout.

Here's everything that happened on the Money in the Bank pay-per-view.

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Bayley, Nikki Cross, Mandy Rose, Carmella, Naomi, Natalya, Dana Brooke - Women's Money in the Bank Ladder Match

  • Bayley wins Women's MITB Ladder match

Samoa Joe (c) VS Rey Mysterio - US Championship Match

  • Rey Mysterio wins via pin fall after a reversal in a relatively short match
  • Joe's shoulder was up but referee missed the call
  • After the match, Samoa Joe takes out Mysterio in front of Dominick

Miz vs Shane McMahon - Steel Cage Match

  • Shane wins after escaping over the cage by taking his shirt off


  • Triple H and other officials run in the back to find Sami Zayn strung up by his feet

Tony Nese (c) VS Ariya Davari - Cruiserweight Championship match

  • Nese wins via pin fall after a Running Nese


  • Triple H walks up to Braun Strowman and tells him to leave the arena after what he did to Sami. Strowman says he doesn't know what he is talking about but leaves

Becky Lynch (c) vs Lacey Evans - RAW Women's Championship Match

  • Lynch wins via submission after a Dis-Arm-Her

Becky Lynch (c) vs Charlotte Flair - SmackDown Women's Championship Match

  • Charlotte wins via pinfall after a Big Boot
  • The finish was set up after Lacey Evans came back out and hit Lynch with a Women's Right while the referee was distracted
  • After the match, Lynch fights Evans but Charlotte and Lacey diouble team The Lass Kicker. Bayley comes out for the save and then cashes-in on Charlotte becoming the new SmackDown Women's Champion

Roman Reigns vs Elias

  • Before the match, Elias hits Roman with a guitar backstage
  • Elias comes out to do his performance but before he gets to the back, Roman comes out and hits Elias with a Superman Punch and gets him back in. Roman hits a Spear for the quick victory

Seth Rollins (c) vs AJ Styles - Universal Championship Match

  • Seth Rollins wins via pinfall
  • After the match, AJ comes back in the ring and holds out his hand. After a bit, Seth shakes Styles' hand.

Lucha House Party Segment

  • Lucha House Party comes out for an unannounced segment when Lars Sullivan comes out to destroy all three men.

Kofi Kingston (c) vs Kevin Owens - WWE Championship Match

  • Kingston wins via pinfall after a Trouble in Paradise

Baron Corbin vs Finn Balor vs Ricochet vs Andrade vs Ali vs Drew McIntyre vs Randy Orton

  • Sami Zayn is sent to the hospital after being attacked backstage
  • Brock Lesnar appears when Ali was about to win to capture the MITB briefcase. The commentary team say that he is Sami's replacement.

About the writer

Phillip Martinez is a game and culture reporter for Newsweek. Prior to joining Newsweek in 2018, he was a reporter and editor for iDigitalTimes and Player.One. A Bronx native, he graduated with his Bachelor’s degree in Journalism from St. John’s University in 2010. An avid Nintendo fan and wrestling mark, he’s always looking to become a Pokémon Master while fantasy booking this year’s WrestleMania. You can contact him at p.martinez@newsweek.com

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