Nikki A.S.H. cashes in and wins WWE Raw Women's Championship

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Who won the women's money inthe bank ladder match?

won the Money in the Bank Ladder Match. FORT WORTH, Texas —Nikki A.S.H. WWENikki A.S.H. won the Money in the Bank Ladder Match

What time is raw on tonight?

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This week’s episode of WWE Monday Night Raw closed out with a Money In The Bank rematch. Charlotte Flair put her Raw Women’s Championship on the line against Rhea Ripley. The match was set up earlier in the show during an in-ring promo segment.

Flair won the match via disqualification when she hit Ripley in the face with the belt. Ripley attacked Flair after the match and Nikki A.S.H. ran out to cash in her Money In The Bank briefcase. Nikki hit a cross body off the top and she pinned Flair to win the title.

Since Ripley did not get pinned, it looks like she may remain in the title picture and Flair will want a rematch. While not confirmed, it looks like a 4-way may be on the horizon, possibly at SummerSlam.

For those of you wondering, there was no sign of Becky Lynch on the show.

NIKKI A.S.H. CASHED IN HER #MITB CONTRACT TO BECOME THE NEW #WWERAW WOMEN'S CHAMPION!!!!@NikkiCrossWWE pic.twitter.com/4oD7K8soAi

— WWE (@WWE) July 20, 2021

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Big Title Change On Tonight’s WWE RAW

Wrestling Inc. 20 July, 2021 - 11:11am

Nikki A.S.H. (Nikki Cross) is your new WWE RAW Women’s Champion.

Tonight’s post-Money In the Bank edition of RAW was headlined by Charlotte Flair defending her RAW Women’s Title against Rhea Ripley, in a rematch from Sunday’s pay-per-view. The match ended in a DQ after Flair decked Ripley with a belt shot to the face while trying to walk out on the match.

After the bell, Ripley attacked Flair and brawled with her at ringside. The music interrupted and out came Nikki with her Money In the Bank briefcase, which she earned by winning the Women’s MITB Ladder Match at Sunday’s pay-per-view.

Cross rolled Flair into the ring, cashed in her briefcase to the referee, and then climbed to the top turnbuckle to deliver her crossbody to Flair. Cross held the move for the pin to win the title. RAW then went off the air with Cross celebrating at ringside.

This is Cross’ first singles title reign in WWE. Flair just won the title from Ripley at Money In the Bank on Sunday, which was her fifth reign with the red brand strap.

Stay tuned for more on Flair, Cross and Ripley. Below are a few shots from tonight’s main event and title change at the American Airlines Center in Dallas:

The #WWERaw #WomensTitle is on the line! @RheaRipley_WWE challenges @MsCharlotteWWE… who ya got?! pic.twitter.com/309Vm6X53B

— WWE (@WWE) July 20, 2021

All for the #WWERaw #WomensTitle! pic.twitter.com/qh7Vc5ztkx

— WWE (@WWE) July 20, 2021

No No No No No NOOOOOO!#WWERaw pic.twitter.com/QLs4FqNkmd

— WWE (@WWE) July 20, 2021

— WWE (@WWE) July 20, 2021

POW!#WWERaw pic.twitter.com/nnbwAtcxy6

— WWE (@WWE) July 20, 2021

The look of INTENSITY and INTENSE PAIN!#WWERaw pic.twitter.com/89SZ9DBlHe

— WWE (@WWE) July 20, 2021

.@MsCharlotteWWE gets disqualified but retains the #WWERaw #WomensTitle! pic.twitter.com/XQTcogQpsn

— WWE (@WWE) July 20, 2021

IS THIS HAPPENING?!?!?!?!?#WWERaw pic.twitter.com/TnwVbjCoFE

— WWE (@WWE) July 20, 2021

WE HAVE A NEW #WWERaw #WomensChampion, and she's ALMOST A SUPERHERO … #NikkiASH @NikkiCrossWWE! pic.twitter.com/DzWGWrpVuD

— WWE (@WWE) July 20, 2021

NIKKI A.S.H. CASHED IN HER #MITB CONTRACT TO BECOME THE NEW #WWERAW WOMEN'S CHAMPION!!!!@NikkiCrossWWE pic.twitter.com/4oD7K8soAi

— WWE (@WWE) July 20, 2021

NIKKI A.S.H. IS YOUR NEW #WWERAW WOMEN'S CHAMPION! pic.twitter.com/Qm2if2wakg

— WWE (@WWE) July 20, 2021

Congratulations NIKKI A.S.H.!@NikkiCrossWWE cashed in her #MITB contract on @MsCharlotteWWE to become the NEW #WWERaw #WomensChampion!#AndNew pic.twitter.com/aktWQr5AU8

— WWE (@WWE) July 20, 2021

Nikki ASH successfully won MITB last night and defeated Charlotte Flair as well tonight as well on RAW to become you NEW WWE Raw Women’s Champion pic.twitter.com/SL308hv2IO

— OT/OB (@OTOBHTX) July 20, 2021

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Nikki ASH Wins WWE Raw Women's Title

SEScoops 20 July, 2021 - 11:11am

In the span of 24 hours, the WWE Raw Women’s Title has changed hands twice. 

In the main event of Monday’s episode of Raw, Charlotte Flair retained the title over Ripley via DQ in Dallas, TX at the American Airlines Center on the USA Network. 

After the match, Ripley laid out Flair by tossing her into the ring post. This led to Nikki A.S.H aka Nikki Cross coming out and cash in the Money in the Bank briefcase. She hit a splash off the top rope and pinned Flair to become the new champion. 

Flair had just beaten Ripley on Sunday night at the Money in the Bank pay-per-view event in Fort Worth, Texas at Dickies Arena. 

At this same show, Nikki won this year’s Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match as she beat Asuka, Naomi, Alexa Bliss, Liv Morgan, Zelina Vega, Natalya, and Tamina. 

With a DQ finish between Flair and Ripley then a new champion being crowned, it will be interesting to see where WWE goes from here heading into the SummerSlam pay-per-view event on Saturday, August 21 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada at Allegiant Stadium.

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Nikki A.S.H. Continued WWE's Bizarre Trend With the Women's Money in the Bank Briefcase

ComicBook.com 20 July, 2021 - 09:38am

Nikki A.S.H successfully cashed in her Money in the Bank contract on this week's Raw, ending Charlotte Flair's latest reign as Raw Women's Champion after "The Queen" cheated to keep her title in the show's main event match with Rhea Ripley. But while Nikki's victory was a celebratory moment for fans and wrestlers alike, it also continued what has become a bizarre trend for how WWE uses the Women's Money in the Bank contract.

The white briefcase was first introduced back in 2017, 12 years after the men's version of the contract was first introduced for WrestleMania 21. Carmella won the inaugural ladder match (and had to win it a second time thanks to outside shenanigans from James Ellsworth), then waited all the way up until April 2018 before cashing it on Flair. But since then, every Women's Money in the Bank winner has used their contract within one day of winning it.

NIKKI A.S.H. CASHED IN HER #MITB CONTRACT TO BECOME THE NEW #WWERAW WOMEN'S CHAMPION!!!!@NikkiCrossWWE pic.twitter.com/4oD7K8soAi

2018's Money in the Bank event saw Alexa Bliss win the contract, then cash in during a title match between Nia Jax and Ronda Rousey to stop "The Rowdy One" from winning the gold. A year later Bayley won the ladder match, then cashed in on Flair after "The Queen" took the SmackDown title away from Becky Lynch.

That same trend can't be applied to the Men's Money in the Bank contract. Kane (2010) and Dean Ambrose (2016) are the only men to have used it the same night they won it, and several winners have waited well over half a year before cashing in.

So why does WWE keep using the women's briefcase this way? It's hard to say but it is definitely worth keeping an eye on when Money in the Bank rolls around next year. Check out the full results from this year's show below:

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