It was a night to remember for Baron Corbin as he held off the challenge of five other men to become Mr Money in the Bank in a great end to a disappointing Money in the Bank.
Hosts Russia, New Zealand, Mexico and European champions Portugal battle it out in Group A of the 2017 Confederations Cup, but could any of these teams lift the trophy next month?
Man United have secured their first signing of the summer transfer news by adding Swedish international Victor Lindelof to their defensive options for next season in a £31m deal from Benfica.
Southampton are looking for a new manager, after the Saints sacked their manager Claude Puel after just one season in charge at St. Mary’s Stadium.
Rafael Nadal cruising to a tenth French Open title and the latest from World Cup qualifying are just some of the highlights in this week’s edition of The Week in Sport.
Rafael Nadal cruised to a tenth French Open title on the final day at Roland Garros, as the “King of Clay” brushed Stan Wawrinka aside to claim his 15th grand slam title.
Ireland look to continue their quest towards next summer’s World Cup, as the Boys in Green look to maintain their unbeaten record with a win over Austria in Dublin.
20-year-old Jelena Ostapenko capped off an incredible French Open run by defeating tournament favourite Simona Halep in the final to win her first WTA Tour title.
Stan Wawrinka moved to within one win away from a second French Open title on day 13 in Paris, as the Swiss man twice came from behind to defeat world number one Andy Murray.
Simona Halep moved to within one win away from a first grand slam title on day 12 at the French Open, after the Romanian won a tough semi-final against Karolina Pliskova.
Leicester have appointed Craig Shakespeare as head coach of the 2016 Premier League champions on a three-year deal, after a successful stint as caretaker manager.