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Nikki A.S.H. cashes in her MITB briefcase and wins Raw Women’s title

Nikki A.S.H. quickly cashed in her Money In The Bank briefcase last night on Raw and successfully defeated Charlotte Flair to win her first title in WWE.
The cash-in came at the end of the broadcast after Flair defended the Raw Women’s title against Rhea Ripley. Ripley actually won the match via disqualification but as everyone knows, titles do not change hands on a DQ so Flair retained.
After the match was over, Ripley attacked Flair and delivered a Riptide outside the ring. At that point, Nikki A.S.H.’s music hit and she came running out – cape and all – with the briefcase. Ripley threw Charlotte back in the ring and Nikki handed the briefcase over to the referee and the official announcement was made as the crowd went wild.
Nikki went on the top rope and screamed for Charlotte to get up. The bell rang and as soon as Charlotte made it to her feet, Nikki hit a flying crossbody and covered Charlotte for the three count. Nikki then celebrated her victory with the fans, sending the fans home happy.
Colin Vassallo
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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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