After the WWE SmackDown on June 13, one more man will join the world title Ladder match at Money in the Bank.
Cesaro, Alberto Del Rio, Randy Orton and Sheamus await the next challenger for what became the vacant WWE World Heavyweight Championship on Monday's Raw. The United States titleholder will also be in action, and two recent NXT call-ups will look to add to their resumes.
Resch Center in Green Bay, Wisconsin, hosted all the action on Tuesday, but it won't air until Friday night.
Spoiler reports are abundant across the Internet for those just wishing to see who won and lost. For those who want to watch the in-ring stories unfold, the following is a preview of all the matches with the results omitted.
Sheamus vs. Cesaro
Two men already in the WWE title Ladder match field collide. These two have met several times this year, including inside the Elimination Chamber, in a title bout at Payback and in an excellent clash on Main Event in May.
Expect hard-hitting strikes, good chemistry and Paul Heyman's usual loud-mouthed antics.
Each wrestler is in search of momentum heading into Money in the Bank. Cesaro has been unable to best The Celtic Warrior, so he'll be especially desperate to snatch a victory here.
Erick Rowan vs. Jey Uso
The feud between The Wyatt Family and The Usos appears to be in full motion.
They have scuffled aplenty during the feud between Bray Wyatt and John Cena. It looks as if their animosity isn't over even if that feud is.
Jimmy Uso pinned Luke Harper on Tuesday's Main Event. His brother gets a chance to duplicate that success against Rowan.
Even if there is no interference here, either by Wyatt or Harper, Jimmy is going to have a tough time doing that, though. You get lucky once in a while fighting with bears—but eventually you get mauled.
Adam Rose vs. Fandango
The battle of two of WWE's goofiest characters will either mark Rose's first loss or him stretching out his undefeated streak.
Fandango isn't too far removed from Chris Jericho boosting him up at WrestleMania. He's now seemingly in the position to return the favor for another newbie.
Much of the spotlight has been on the rivalry between Summer Rae and Layla, leaving Fandango to stand quietly in the background. Fans will be curious to see if that Divas collision is the central narrative or if the ballroom dancer can get some momentum of his own.
He'll have to go through Rose, a man who has yet to face a real test on the main roster.
R-Truth vs. Bo Dallas
R-Truth can stop another streak. Dallas has gone undefeated since returning to the big leagues.
On Monday's Raw, the smirking Dallas knocked off R-Truth's pal Xavier Woods with little effort.
Can R-Truth fare better, or will he have to suffer the sight of Dallas' victory lap? It appears, like Rose, that Dallas is just beginning a run that should see him pile up victories before finding his first true rival.
Big E vs. Jack Swagger
Moving on from their respective short rivalries with Rusev and Rose, Big E and Swagger restart what they began earlier this year. When Big E held the Intercontinental Championship, he had to fend off Swagger.
They showed solid chemistry in those battles, so expectations will be somewhat high here as well.
Neither man has much direction at the moment. A win here could signal an eventual spot in the Ladder match at Money in the Bank.
Aksana vs. Alicia Fox
Being Fox's friend is dangerous business. After a disagreement on Monday's Raw, Fox attacked her ally, stuffing her face with popcorn.
There have certainly been more painful weapons used in WWE history, but Aksana clearly took offense to the force-feeding.
She looks for revenge in what will be her last match with the company, as she was among the many wrestlers released on Thursday, per WWE.com. Whether she goes out with a victory or falls to her former partner, look for Fox to do something memorable.
Her tantrums have been one of the highlights of the Divas division as of late.
Dean Ambrose vs. Bray Wyatt
The Shield vs. The Wyatt Family feud comes in a new form.
With a spot in the WWE title Ladder match on the line, the monstrous Wyatt meets the unpredictable Ambrose. The intriguing match promises to entertain thanks to the stakes and the fresh combination of opponents.
With a victory, either man would be entering his first match with the company's ultimate prize on the line. As Ambrose strives for that goal, he has to not only worry about Harper or Rowan taking swipes at him but be leery of Seth Rollins and Triple H using this opportunity to attack him.
Even Roman Reigns in his corner doesn't seem like enough protection.
After this clash concludes, the Money in the Bank card will be slightly clearer. Either Sheamus or Cesaro will head toward that event with added momentum, either Ambrose or Wyatt will join the winner in the main event and The Usos and The Wyatt Family will be one step closer to their inevitable title bout.