May 30 (UPI) -- Big Cass was able to enter himself into the match between Daniel Bryan and Samoa Joe Tuesday on Smackdown Live, turning the final Money in the Bank qualifier bout into a Triple Threat.
Cass announced that Smackdown general manager Paige had inserted him into the match during the opening segment of the show after Joe promised to dismantle Bryan and send him home to his wife, Brie Bella, a broken man.
The Triple Threat was a hard-hitting affair, with each Superstar putting it all on the line for a chance to compete in the upcoming Men's Money in the Bank Ladder Match on June 17. Bryan would gain momentum against either Joe or Cass separately only to then be attacked by the other.
Bryan was able to put the towering Cass into his Yes Lock before he was pulled away from Joe. The Yes Man, after taking out Joe on the outside, then successfully delivered his Running Knee on Cass and quickly attempted to pin his rival.
Joe then re-entered the ring and dragged Bryan off of Cass to put him into his patent submission maneuver, the Coquina Clutch. Bryan tried to fight off the hold but eventually was put to sleep by Joe, making him the winner of the match. Cass, afterwards, attacked Bryan with a Big Boot.
Also on Smackdown, Women's Money in the Bank Ladder Match contestants Naomi and Lana had a dance-off competition in the middle of the ring.
Lana was accompanied by her husband Rusev and his personal singer Aiden English while Naomi had her husband Jimmy Uso in her corner with his brother Jey Uso.
After both ladies both took a turn busting-a-move, Lana and Naomi decided to dance together before Lana suddenly attacked Naomi, leading to a brawl between everyone present. The Usos took out Rusev and English with a pair of Superkicks while Naomi laid out Lana with the Rearview.