WWE Money In The Bank: Prime Time Players Vs. The New Day (WWE Tag Title Match)

- Back from the break and Renee Young is backstage. She says Cena is being tended to and they will have an update later. She introduces Dean Ambrose, who is still in possession of the WWE World Heavyweight Title. He says he was robbed this event last year but now he's taking what is his. He knows in his heart and soul that he has earned the title fair & square. Ambrose says the title belong to him.

- The announcers talk more about Dusty Rhodes. Cole mentions that Dusty taught the NXT talents "how to cut a promo" and leads us to a video package for The Dream.

WWE Tag Team Title Match: The Prime Time Players vs. The New Day

We go the ring and out comes WWE Tag Team Champions Big E and Xavier Woods for promos. Darren Young and Titus O'Neil are out next. Woods and Young start things out but Big E comes in and unloads on Young. Big E stomps away and in comes Woods for more stomping. Big E tags right back in for more stomping. Woods comes right back in and keeps up the offense for a 2 count. Big E comes in for the double team and a 2 count.

Big E keeps control of Young and hits a belly to belly for a 2 count. Woods comes back in and nails Young in the corner, talking trash. Woods keeps Young grounded on the mat and is still running his mouth. Woods with a 2 count and another submission. Young starts fighting back. Big E tags in and they stop him with a big slam. Big E with a 2 count. Young finally makes the hot tag to Titus. He splashes Big E and nails a clothesline on Woods. Titus sends Big E to the floor with a clothesline. Titus with the backbreaker and big throw on Woods. Titus with more offense and the big tackle on Woods for a 2 count as Big E breaks it up. Big E tosses Young to the apron and spears him to the floor. Woods with a roll up for 2 on Titus. Titus with Clash of the Titus for the win and the titles.

Winners and New WWE Tag Team Champions: The Prime Time Players

- After the match, Titus and Darren celebrate their first title win.


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