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We go right to the ring and out comes John Cena to a big pop. Cena rushes the ring as Greg Hamilton does the introduction. We get a video package at how Cena recently returned to take shots at WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns, and challenge him for SummerSlam. The video also shows how Reigns denied Cena’s challenge last week, but accepted a challenge issued by Finn Balor.

Cena calls it an interesting video and refers to Reigns’ comment on missionary position, saying keep a person in your life if they can make missionary position interesting for two decades. Cena gets the crowd hyped up for tonight’s show and says tonight Reigns will sign a SummerSlam contract with Balor. Fans boo. Cena says that’s only half bad, much respect for Balor, but it only proves his point that Reigns absolutely sucks. Cena goes on and says he has no problem with rejection, he’s been rejected in front of the world and we were there, it wasn’t pretty. Cena says Reigns rejected him because he returned with the same look and music, among other things, and that is so stupid, like asking WWE Hall of Famer “Stone Cold” Steve Austin to come back to “Sasquatch” Steve Houston, or The Rock coming back to WWE as Dwayne “Too Small” Johnson. Cena says it’s ridiculous, it’s not who those guys are, they believe who they are and so do the fans.

Cena goes on and says Reigns has to change every two years because fans stop caring about him, because they don’t believe in him, because Reign doesn’t believe in himself. Cena says Reigns is nothing more than a lazy stooge named Joe, who coasts by on every gimmick in the system. Cena goes on ripping Reigns and says he’s afraid to fail. Cena says he would’ve embarrassed Reigns at SummerSlam and he knows it. Cena says Reigns didn’t reject him because of how he looks, but because of how he would’ve made Reigns look.

Baron Corbin comes out with a mic to interrupt as fans boo. He wants to talk. Fans chant “you suck!” and Cena says he has no idea who Corbin is. Cena now recognizes Corbin and says he looks… horrible, Corbin knows. Corbin says he’s in a bad way. Cena agrees, he looks horrible. Corbin says he and Cena have never been close, but Corbin is desperate and desperate men do desperate things. Corbin says his life is falling apart… he’s lost everything, his car, house and crown, someone stole his identity and his credit is trash. Then last week he suffered an injury to a very sensitive part of his body and now he’s unable to… surf the internet, Cena asks? Eat breakfast cereal? No, Corbin says he’s unable to perform. Cena jokes about exactly how Corbin is unable to perform. Corbin says because of that, his wife left and took the kids.

Corbin says he saw Cena out here, the man who grants so many wishes, and he wondered if Cena can help him. Cena asks fans if he should help the man. Fans respond with some cheers but mostly boos. Cena asks for a definitive answer but it sounds like a strong no. Cena can’t make heads or tails of it. Cena gives Corbin what looks like a dollar bill or two. Corbin says this is it? Corbin says it doesn’t have to be money, he will work for it. He asks Cena to put him in the next Suicide Squad movie. Cena plugs the movie and says filming is over. Corbin asks about a sequel or being Cena’s stunt double. Cena says that’s a bit of a reach. Corbin asks if Cena is going to kick a poor man while he’s down. Corbin says Cena really is a selfish, self-absorbed tight-wad, with an ego the size of California. Corbin calls Cena a Hollywood sell-out. Cena says he will help Corbin with something he desperately needs… an Attitude Adjustment. Cena scoops Corbin and drops him with an AA in the middle of the ring as fans pop. Cena makes his exit as the music hits.

Back from the break and we go to the ring for a SummerSlam contract signing. Sonya Deville and Adam Pearce are out. They talk about the unpredictability of these signings, but they are here tonight to make sure this contract is signed, sealed and delivered in the most efficient way possible. They introduce the challenger first and out comes Finn Balor to a pop.

Balor hits the ring and waits now. Pearce introduces WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns next. The music hits and out comes Reigns with Paul Heyman, to mostly boos but some cheers also. Reigns stop at the entrance and looks out at the crowd. Heyman hands him the title and he raises it in the air as the pyro goes off. Reigns takes his time getting to the ring as Heyman holds the title up behind him. Balor watches from the ring. Reigns laughs at two fans dressed as, and impersonating, John Cena in the front row.

Reigns enters the ring and raises the title again as more pyro explodes. Fans are booing louder now. Heyman takes one of the chairs, tells Pearce to excuse him, and then positions the chair at the head of the table. This chair is for Reigns. He takes his seat as the boos continue. Balor is also seated now. Pearce tells them to feel free to look the contract over, then sign on the proverbial dotted line. Fans start chanting “Cena!” now. Reigns says we’ve already seen Mr. Missionary tonight. Fans boo. Reigns ask Balor if he caught Cena’s promo. Reigns explains how Cena thinks Balor is a lesser man than him, because he said Reigns is ducking him by accepting Balor’s challenge. Reigns says he doesn’t agree, he thinks Balor is worthy to challenge for the title, and worthy to catch this beatdown at SummerSlam.

Reigns says for the record, he doesn’t think Balor is anything like Cena. He sees Balor doesn’t have this tired schtick like Cena, he sees Balor is hungry and he likes that. So Reigns has to say this – if Balor signs this contract, Reigns has to smash him and send him right back to WWE NXT. Fans boo. Reigns puts the mic down and signs the contract. A “Roman sucks!” chant starts up. Balor says Reigns must think pretty highly of himself, and perhaps justifiably so, but it will be Balor’s privilege to return to NXT once again as Universal Champion. Balor puts the mic down and goes to sign the contract as fans pop for his response.

Baron Corbin suddenly attacks Balor from behind, slams his head into the table, and tosses the contract. Corbin destroys Balor and takes him to ringside, beating him against the announce table. Corbin brings the contract back into the ring as Reigns looks at him, somewhat amused. Corbin is about to sign the SummerSlam contract when Cena rushes the ring to a pop.

Cena sends Corbin into the ring post. Cena picks the SummerSlam contract up and looks it over. Reigns seethes now, watching Cena, still sitting in his chair. Cena grabs the marker and signs his name to the contract. Cena shows the camera how he has inked the contract, making the match official with Reigns for SummerSlam. Cena taunts Reigns and exits the ring as his music hits. Reigns is seething now as Heyman kneels down next to him.

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Kayla Braxton is backstage with a sad Baron Corbin, asking about the crowd-funding website he launched last week. Corbin says he didn’t raise any money, he actually lost money on this venture. The developer he hired ghosted him after receiving payment, and then stole his identity because his credit is gone. Corbin had to ride the public bus here today and complains about the smell. Corbin wonders what’s happened to him? He walks off.

We go back to the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland as Kevin Owens is backstage with Nox and Shotzi. He doesn’t have much advice as they’re trying to fix the cannon on Shotzi’s tank. Baron Corbin walks up and says it’s a bad habit picking on the way Owens dressed before. He apologizes and asks if Owens can forgive him. Owens agrees and says it is a bad habit being a jerk, and says Corbin brought it upon himself. Owens asks Corbin if he’s wearing the same shirt as last week. Corbin says it’s different but Owens points out a stain on it. Owens ends up giving Corbin what looks like $40. telling him to try and not be a jerk to anyone. Corbin thanks him and says this will be a big help. Owens walks off. We see the missile from Shotzi’s tank fly over, they apparently got the cannon to work. The projectile hits Corbin below the belt. Robert Roode and Dolph Ziggler apparently fired it as they come over laughing, then snatch the $40 from Corbin’s hand. Owens comes back over with a steel chair and chases them away. Owens shakes his head while standing next to Corbin, who is still down, selling the missile shot below the belt.

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We go back to the ring and Baron Corbin is introduced. A somber and disappointed Corbin walks to the ring with no entrance. Cole says Corbin has a special request. Back to commercial.

Back from the break and we see a defeated and disheveled Corbin in the ring. Cole shows us to a video package that has recent events in Corbin’s life, such as losing his crown to King Shinsuke Nakamura and everything else. Corbin takes the mic now and says it’s no secret, just look at him. These last few weeks have been the mot difficult of his life. He’s lost everything – his crown, car, savings, investments, and now the bank is calling with threats to foreclose on his house. Fans respond with, “What!” Corbin says his 2 year old daughter is sick because she has to eat spaghetti from a can instead of Wagyu beef. Corbin says they also had to fire their maids. The boos continue.

Corbin says they’re going to have to move in with his wife’s parents. Can you imagine that? But there is hope, good news, because everyone watching here and at home can help him out of these dark times. He’s started a crowd-funding website called CorbinFundMe. The CorbinFundMe website, seen on the big screen, is designed like the GoFundMe website. Corbin says he’s not asking for much, just enough to help him get back on his feet. The goal is $100,000. He asks everyone to go to the website and donate because every little bit helps. He’s not asking for much, just enough to help pay some bills. He hopes the people of Texas aren’t as cheap as everyone else in the world. Corbin asks please, then drops to his knee and continues to beg. The music interrupts and out comes Kevin Owens.

Owens is fired up as he makes his way to the ring for tonight’s main event. We see ladders all around the ring. Owens enters the ring and Corbin gets up from his knee. Corbin says he wants to believe Owens is out here for the right reasons, because he wants to help Corbin. Corbin says Owens has locker room influence so if he and a few other stars help out, then the fans will fall in line. Corbin says he’s just like Owens – they have a heart and can sympathize with those in need. Corbin goes on and tells Owens not to take this the wrong way, but we know Owens doesn’t spend anything on his wardrobe, so can he find it in his heart to help? Owens suddenly attacks and drops Corbin with a big Stunner in the middle of the ring to end the swindling by Corbin.

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Baron Corbin is backstage when Kayla Braxton approaches. She asks about tonight’s Money In the Bank qualifier against Shinsuke Nakamura. Corbin says he needs to win this match. His life is a mess. He’s lost his crown, his car, he’s missed house payments and is close to having his house foreclosed on. He goes on about winning Money In the Bank again and says winning is the only opportunity he has at turning his life back around. A somber Corbin walks off.

Money In the Bank Qualifying Match: Baron Corbin vs. King Shinsuke Nakamura

We go back to the ring and out comes Baron Corbin walking with no entrance. Back to commercial.

Back from the break and out comes Big E to watch the match from ringside. He sets up his couch near the announce table. Big E is already confirmed for the Money In the Bank Ladder Match. They air a video package showing recent events that have Corbin down & out. We see video from earlier today of King Shinsuke Nakamura and Rick Boogs arriving in a Mercedes G-Wagon. This is Corbin’s car that was repossessed last week. Corbin seethes in the ring as Boogs comes out to begin Nakamura’s entrance. Boogs starts playing and out comes Nakamura to join him.

We see Big E and McAfee enjoying foot baths at ringside as Boogs performs. Corbin snaps and attacks Nakamura at the bottom of the ramp as Nakamura does his entrance. Boogs makes the save and Corbin is sent into the barrier. Boogs checks on Nakamura as we go to commercial.

Back from the break and they’re going at it. Corbin catches Nakamura off the second rope and drives a knee into his gut. McAfee and Big E are still doing commentary from the couch, with their foot baths. Corbin controls Nakamura and keeps him down with boots. Corbin slingshots Nakamura over the top rope for a 2 count.

Nakamura turns it around with a kick. Nakamura with the high knee in the corner with Corbin draped over the top turnbuckle. Nakamura goes on and delivers a sliding knee for a 2 count. Corbin counters and drops Nakamura. Corbin with a single-leg Crab now. Corbin with a big back suplex for a 2 count.

Big E and McAfee are cracking jokes on Corbin’s hairline. Nakamura fights Corbin away in the corner with elbows, then kicks him out of the ring. Corbin gets up and drops Boogs at ringside with a right hand. Nakamura leaps at Corbin but Corbin counters and slams Nakamura onto the announce table with a big Brainbuster. Corbin rolls back into the ring as we go back to commercial.

Back from the break and Corbin is working Nakamura over in the corner. Corbin charges in the opposite corner but hits the ring post shoulder-first when Nakamura moves. Nakamura and Corbin tangle now. Nakamura nails a kick and drops him. Nakamura charges as Corbin gets up but Corbin catches him with Deep Six for a close 2 count. Corbin brings Nakamura back in from the apron with a suplex. Nakamura kicks out and Corbin shows some frustration now.

Corbin takes Nakamura to the top but Nakamura fights back with forearms. Nakamura ends up bringing Corbin to the mat with a Triangle. Corbin powers up with a powerbomb in the middle of the ring but Nakamura keeps the submission locked in. Corbin tries to power out once again but he fades to one knee in the Triangle. Corbin breaks it with the ropes but Nakamura covers him for a 2 count.

Nakamura readies in the corner now. He charges for Kinshasa but Corbin meets him with a big clothesline. Nakamura fights Corbin off and delivers more kicks to daze Corbin on his knees. This time Nakamura nails Kinshasa for the pin to win and qualify for Money In the Bank.

Winner: King Nakamura

After the match, Nakamura celebrates with Boogs performing on his guitar as the music hits. Nakamura joins Big E, Kevin Owens, Ricochet, Riddle, Drew McIntyre and John Morrison as confirmed MITB entrants. A disappointed Corbin sits up on the mat at ringside as Big E and McAfee taunt him while jamming to Boogs.

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Big E and Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Baron Corbin and Apollo Crews with Commander Azeez

The bell rings and we are under way. Apollo and Nakamura are in the ring. A shoulder block by Apollo takes Nakamura down. Nakamura back up and a kick to the side of the head. A back elbow by Nakamura as he places Apollo horizontally on the top rope and a knee to the midsection by Nakamura. Big E is tagged in. Big E with an abdominal stretch. He throws Apollo in the corner and Corbin is tagged in as Big E knocks Corbin down to the outside. Big E to the outside but a clothesline by Corbin.

Back from commercial, Corbin and Big E are in the ring. Corbin with a headlock in the middle of the ring. He goes for the cover but Big E kicks out. Apollo is tagged in as they double team Big E in the corner. Right hands by Apollo as he sends Big E to the ropes and a drop kick by Crews. Apollo runs towards Big E as Big E throws him to the outside but Corbin tags himself in. Corbin with a power slam. He goes for the cover but Nakamura breaks it up. Crews with a German suplex on Nakamura and both men to the outside.

Rick gets on the microphone and says the owner of a white Mercedes outside with a King CR license plate, their car is being towed. We see Mercedes G-Wagon being towed away outside as that distracts Corbin. Big E hits him with the Big Ending. He goes for the cover and gets the pin.

Ric stops Corbin backstage. He tells Corbin that he thinks he will feel good tonight after sleeping in his king size bed. Ric goes on to make more king jokes as Corbin tells him to screw himself and he walks away.

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We go back to the ring for the official coronation of King Shinsuke Nakamura. Fancy music plays and we see a throne set up. The crown is on a rotating podium. Cole shows us recent happenings between Nakamura and King (former?) Baron Corbin that led to Nakamura winning the Battle for the Crown last Friday night. Rick Boogs has a mic and his guitar now. He gives a grand introduction for Nakamura and out he comes in all white as Boogs plays his entrance on the guitar.

Nakamura takes a seat in the throne as Boogs continues to play. Nakamura is given the crown and it’s on his head now. He gets up and dances around as Boogs screams out, telling everyone to hail the new King. We see Corbin watching backstage, shaking his head. Kayla Braxton approaches Corbin and refers to him as King Corbin first, but changes her mind and calls him just Baron Corbin. Corbin says he’s lost it all, not just his crown. A very sad and disappointed looking Corbin asks, what’s the point? He then walks off as we see the coronation celebrating continuing in the ring.

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Battle for the Crown: Shinsuke Nakamura vs. King Baron Corbin

We go back to the ring and out first comes Shinsuke Nakamura with Rick Boogs performing his entrance. Out next comes King Baron Corbin. Corbin’s crown is on the line in this match. They are currently tied 2-2 in their recent Best of 5 series.

The bell rings and they lock up. Corbin rolls Nakamura for 2. Corbin with a big knee to the gut. Corbin works Nakamura around the ring until Nakamura side-steps and rocks him in the corner. Nakamura keeps control and delivers the sliding German suplex under the bottom rope. Boogs shreds at ringside and Nakamura goes along with it as we return to commercial.

Back from the break and we see Corbin’s crown on a rotating podium on the stage. Corbin has Nakamura grounded in the middle of the ring now. Nakamura fights up and out with shots to the ribs. They run the ropes but Corbin catches Nakamura with Deep Six for a close 2 count. Corbin keeps Nakamura down and works him over with right hands. Nakamura counters and slams Corbin, applying a Sleeper hold on the mat. Corbin has Nakamura on his back now, then slams him to the mat.

Nakamura rocks Corbin in the jaw and then delivers a sliding knee for a 2 count. Corbin fights back and delivers a back suplex for another close pin attempt. Nakamura fights Corbin off again and drops him for a 2 count. Nakamura drives stiff knees into Corbin while he’s down.

Nakamura calls for the Kinshasa from the corner. He charges but Corbin runs and levels him with a big clothesline instead. More back and forth now. Nakamura with jumping knee strikes from the second turnbuckle. He goes for a third flying knee but Corbin catches him. Corbin goes for the chokeslam but Nakamura stuns him. Nakamura waits in the corner again and this time delivers Kinshasa for the pin to win the crown.

Winner: Shinsuke Nakamura

After the match, the music hits as Nakamura stands tall and celebrates. Hamilton announces him as the one true king of WWE. Nakamura backs up the ramp as Boogs does the same, playing Nakamura’s theme on his guitar. We go to replays as a disappointed Corbin recovers in the ring. Nakamura heads to the stage and takes a seat in Corbin’s throne. Boogs takes the crown and places it on Nakamura’s head as fans cheer them on. Corbin is apparently crying now as Boogs and Nakamura continue their celebration.

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Shinsuke Nakamura vs. King Baron Corbin

Back from the break and King Baron Corbin is in the ring bouncing around. Shinsuke Nakamura is also in the ring with Rick Boogs. They wrap up Nakamura’s entrance as we get a video package showing recent happenings in the Corbin vs. Nakamura and Boogs feud, including how Corbin got his crown back last week, only for Nakamura to take it right back.

The bell rings and Boogs immediately starts playing his guitar at ringside, distracting Corbin. Nakamura takes advantage and drops Corbin in the corner. Nakamura with kicks and Good Vibrations as Boogs shreds at ringside. Nakamura keeps control and delivers a flying knee from the second turnbuckle. Corbin kicks out at 2.

Nakamura calls for an early Kinshasa but Corbin side-steps and drops him with a Deep Six. Nakamura kicks out just in time. We see the crown sitting on the announce table. Nakamura gets sent into the turnbuckles as Corbin unloads with strikes to the back of the head. Corbin with a German suplex out of the corner for another close 2 count.

Corbin drops Nakamura with a big right hand. Nakamura counters a move but Corbin ducks a kick, then drops him again. Nakamura rolls through the counters and keeps Corbin down for the pin to win.

Winner: Shinsuke Nakamura

After the bell, Corbin immediately drops Nakamura as Nakamura’s music briefly starts up. Boogs is shocked as he looks on from the outside. Corbin runs over to the announce table for the crown but Boogs chases him. Corbin grabs his crown and drops Boogs. Nakamura takes advantage of the distraction and snatches the crown from Corbin again, from the apron. Corbin gets sent over the announce table by Boogs. Boogs joins Nakamura back in the ring as the music hits, this time playing the air guitar as Nakamura celebrates.

King Corbin storms in the office backstage and interrupts Adam Pearce and Sonya Deville. He seethes and demands that they order Shinsuke Nakamura to hand his crown back over. Deville laughs and Corbin isn’t happy. He asks if this is funny but Pearce tells him it’s serious. Pearce proposes Nakamura vs. Corbin for next Friday night with the crown on the line.

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King Baron Corbin vs. Shinsuke Nakamura

We go back to the ring and King Baron Corbin is out, still seething over his crown. We see recent happenings between Corbin, Shinsuke Nakamura and Rick Boogs. Corbin is even more upset now. Boogs appears on the stage with his guitar and speakers now. He introduces himself, then the King of Strong Style. Boogs starts playing Nakamura’s entrance as he makes his way to the stage, still wearing Corbin’s crown. Nakamura gets some pyro as we see McAfee standing on the announce table enjoying the music.

The bell rings and they go at it. Corbin unloads on Nakamura in the corner. Boogs is watching from ringside. Nakamura comes back with a big knee for a 2 count. Corbin comes right back and levels Nakamura. Corbin talks some trash and drops big blows on Nakamura. Nakamura pulls Corbin into an arm bar out of nowhere.

Corbin breaks the arm bar by getting the bottom rope. Nakamura with knee strikes now. Corbin slides under the bottom rope and drops Boogs at ringside.

Corbin runs right back in and gets dropped by a Nakamura clothesline for a 2 count. Corbin comes right back and rolls Nakamura up for the pin to win, using a handful of tights.

Winner: King Corbin

– After the match, Corbin immediately goes to ringside and grabs the crown off the announce table. Corbin quickly retreats to the ramp but Boogs grabs his leg and trips him while he’s still down. Nakamura comes over and takes the crown back after delivering a kick. Nakamura places the crown back on his head and celebrates up the ramp as Boogs plays his guitar. Corbin continues to seethe.

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Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Chad Gable

We go back to the ring and out comes Rick Boogs to the stage. Boogs starts playing his guitar and does an introduction for Shinsuke Nakamura. The music hits and Boogs plays along as Nakamura makes his way out. They head to the ring together to a pop as McAfee goes wild at ringside. Back to commercial.

Back from the break and we see how Nakamura recently stole King Baron Corbin’s crown. Otis and Chad Gable are in the ring now as Nakamura gets ready. Otis suddenly attacks Nakamura before the bell hits, slamming him in the middle of the ring.

The bell rings and Gable drops Nakamura with a belly-to-belly suplex, and another for a close 2 count. Gable keeps control until Nakamura levels him with a kick. Otis cheers Gable on but Nakamura unloads with more kicks. Nakamura also rocks Otis from the ring.

Gable goes to the top but Nakamura follows. Gable counters and uses the ropes for a submission as the referee counts. Nakamura comes back but Gable tosses him over his back into the turnbuckles. Gable focuses on the arm but has to land on his feet off a moonsault attempt. More back and forth between the two.

Corbin comes to ringside and takes the crown off the announce table, saying it belongs to him. Gable tries to capitalize off the distraction but Nakamura counters and rolls him for 2. Nakamura comes right back with a Kinshasa for the pin to win.

Winner: Shinsuke Nakamura

After the match, Nakamura stands tall as his music hits. He turns and sees Corbin standing on the ramp with the crown. Corbin rants about the crown belonging to him. He goes to put it back on his own head but Boogs attacks from behind and Corbin goes down, rolling down the ramp. Nakamura comes up and grabs the crown, putting it back on. Nakamura stands with Boogs and they pose together as Boogs plays his theme. Corbin looks on from the ramp and seethes.

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