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?
Monday Night Raw is a three-hour primetime program starting at 8PM ET that broadcasts live on USA Network. wwe.comTelevised Entertainment – World Wrestling Entertainment Inc.
WWE fans can't believe Nikki A.S.H. just successfully cashed in her Money in the Bank contract on Charlotte Flair to become the Raw Women's Champion! One of the most exciting aspects of the Money in the Bank pay-per-view is not exactly who wins, but the potential for that winner to show up at any time to cash in their contract and potentially win the championship. With Nikki A.S.H. (who just recently had a major character shift from formerly being known as Nikki Cross) winning the Women's Money in the Bank contract, fans were waiting to see when she would take her shot. It turns out it was the Monday Night Raw after.
The main event of the evening featured a rematch between Rhea Ripley and Charlotte Flair, and while Flair was able to escape with the title due to a disqualification victory, she was taken by surprise when Rhea Ripley continued to do damage on her after. Taking this surprise to another level, Nikki A.S.H. suddenly appeared and cashed in her Money in the Bank contract to pin the weakened Flair and win the Raw Women's Championship. Check it out:
Read on to see what WWE fans and some WWE superstars are saying about the big moment, and let us know your thoughts in the comments! How do you feel about the Women's contract getting cashed in so quickly? How do you feel about Nikki A.S.H. as champion? Let us know!
Irony of Nikki likely changing her name because Kross was coming up and she won tonight while he loss to a roll up. You can't make this stuff up #WWERaw
Congrats to Nikki on the real though. Took a chance with this gimmick and Vince appears to love it. #WWERaw
Wild 24 hours for Nikki A.S.H
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