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Post by Fernando on Mon Jun 15, 2015 2:58 pm

PreShow
Joining Renee Young on the panel tonight are Byron Saxton, Booker T & Corey Graves. Renee Young starts by speaking about the passing of Dusty Rhodes last Thursday, and says they’ll be celebrating him all night tonight. Booker tells a story about one of his first matches, in which he went out to the ring, had a great match, and when he went back through the curtain, Dusty said, “We won’t put on first anymore.” Corey talks about how lucky he is to have known Dusty on a personal level. Tweets from Vince McMahon, Triple H, Stephanie McMahon & The Rock remembering Dusty are shown.

The discussion turns to the Money in the Bank Ladder Match. Renee notes that this a big opportunity for everyone, including Neville. She then shows a clip of Tom Phillips approaching Neville in the parking lot to talk about his big spot on Smackdown. Neville says it’s awesome when people reach out to him on social media, and it’s flattering, but what he did on Thursday is proof that he’ll do whatever it takes.

Back at the panel, Corey notes how high a probability you have to win the title once you have the briefcase. Byron notes that it’s an opportunity many Superstars will never get. Booker says history will be made. Corey is holding a replica briefcase, which the WWE Universe can win via a giveaway on the WWE website.

The discussion then moves to John Cena vs. Kevin Owens. Byron says Owens had one of the most impressive debuts in WWE history, but Cena is one of the greatest rebound Superstars in WWE history. He thinks Owens is in trouble. Corey notes that virtually everybody thought that Owens would lose to Cena, and he proved them wrong. He’ll do it again tonight. Booker says he’s proved himself in NXT and in WWE, but Cena is still the United States Championship. He’s up against an engima tonight, in Kevin Owens, and he’d pick Owens as a future Hall of Famer years down the line.

At the social media lounge, Tom Phillips invites the WWE Universe to use #MITB to discuss the show. Tom also announces that Kevin Owens will be on hand for an interview later on during the Kickoff. Use #AskKO to send in questions.

Back at the panel, Renee notes that R-Truth will face King Barrett within minutes on the Kickoff. The conversation then shifts to the Divas Championship Match between Nikki Bella & Paige. A recap of twin magic from Raw a few weeks ago is shown. Byron notes that Paige has been fighting the status quo since she showed up in NXT. Corey says there’s nothing wrong with the “empire” when the Bella Twins are at the helm. Booker T says Paige is going for a trifecta, and she’ll get it tonight.

The conversation shifts to Ryback vs. The Big Show for the Intercontinental Championship. A recap of the Shellshocked onto Big Show on last Monday’s edition of Miz TV is shown. Renee brings up a Tale of the Tape between the two. Big Show has 7 inches of height on Ryback, as well as over 150 pounds. Booker thinks Big Show is on the look-out for a big win tonight.

Backstage, JoJo welcomes Ryback. JoJo asks Ryback if he’s worried if Big Show’s size advantage is too much to overcome. Ryback says there are two Big Shows. There’s the World’s Largest Athlete. Then there’s the real Big Show, an insecure little man who lives in constant fear. The WWE Universe goes back and forth on whether they love or hate him. But Ryback knows that he takes Ryback’s success as a personal slight. He’s a bully, and Ryback doesn’t like bullies.

Back at the panel, Corey calls Ryback delusional. He’s too deep in his head, and Big Show will knock him out and take his title tonight. Byron notes that you do have to believe in yourself to be successful.

Roman Reigns is backstage in the locker room as Dean Ambrose walks up holding Seth’s title. Reigns says after tonight, he’ll have the briefcase and Ambrose will be the champion. Ambrose asks if he’ll get a heads-up when Reigns plans to cash in. Reigns says that he already knows that he’ll be the first to know.

The conversation shifts to Seth Rollins vs. Dean Ambrose for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in a Ladder Match. Byron says Dean used reverse psychology to get his title shot. Corey says he’s a big Seth supporter, but he’s a little worried tonight. Booker says Dean knows what it’s like to be a champion, judging from his United States Championship reign. He thinks Seth Rollins is one of the most dangerous athletes in WWE.

Renee welcomes Stephanie McMahon to the show. Renee asks Stephanie if The Authority will allow Seth to be in the match alone. Stephanie says they’ll respect Seth’s decision. If he doesn’t want The Authority to be involved, they’ll respect that. She guarantees that there will be no involvement. Booker asks if she really wants us to believe that she doesn’t have an ace in the hole. Stephanie says she doesn’t care what Booker believes, but while Dean as champions would lead to some challenges, Seth understands the risks. Corey asks what she means by risk. Stephanie says that Seth is crystal-clear on what that risk is.

Michael Cole, Jerry Lawler & JBL are ringside. Cole says someone’s career will change forever tonight as R-Truth makes his way to the ring. R-Truth cuts a promo about being the king. He says he should be cast in the next season of “Games of the Thrones,” because King Barrett is going to be overthrown by King “What’s Up?” Barrett makes his way to the ring in regal garb, holding a mic. Barrett says Truth is more like the village idiot. Since his common touch sullied his garments on Smackdown, he had to go to London and get the royal tailors to fashion him a new garment. After this match, Barrett says, Truth and “all these peasants” will hail King Barrett.

R-Truth vs. King Barrett

Barrett takes control with a kick and an Irish whip. Truth ducks a clothesline and lands a headscissors. Truth works Barrett into the corner and takes him out with an arm wrench. Barrett fights out with a headbutt and whips Truth. Truth holds onto the rope and dances. Barrett charges and tumbles over the top rope as Truth pulls it down. Truth dances in the ring as we go to commercial.

Back from commercial, Barrett levels Truth with a clothesline. He stomps Truth until the referee breaks it up. Barrett moves Truth into the corner and stomps him again. A strong Irish whip to the other corner gives Barrett a two-count. Barrett poses for the crowd before choking Truth against the middle rope. Barrett lands a snap suplex for another two-count. Barrett immediately applies a rear chinlock as Truth fights to his feet. Truth is sent to the corner, but he fights off a charging Barrett with a kick to the face. Truth is fired up as he lands a spinning kick for a two-count. A gordbuster gets Barrett another two-count. Barrett lands a mule kick to Truth’s torso and a big boot for a close near fall. Barrett signals for the Bullhammer as Truth struggles to his feet. Truth ducks it and goes for a roll-up, but Barrett holds onto the ropes. Truth runs the ropes and lands a crucifix pin for the win.

Winner: R-Truth

R-Truth celebrates as Barrett looks distraught sitting in the corner. Truth goes to the commentators and tells them that they’re all getting new jobs. Michael Cole will be the jester. Since Lawler is also a king, he can be Truth’s stunt double. R-Truth then grabs the crown from ringside and begins to walk away. Barrett approaches Truth at ringside and Truth stops in his tracks. He tosses the crown to Barrett and runs up the ramp.

Michael Cole then moves to the passing of Dusty Rhodes. JBL thanks Dusty for all he’s done. Lawler says there was no one like him, and there never will be. Cole says Dusty was so proud of getting to work with new talent down at the Performance Center. A package in remembrance of Dusty airs.

Backstage, Tom Phillips welcomes Kevin Owens. Kevin says he requested this time, but it wasn’t to talk to Tom. The first question asks Kevin’s biggest fear going into this match. Kevin says he doesn’t have any. He’s beaten Cena before. The next question asks why Kevin disrespects other Superstars. Kevin says he just tells the truth. Those people have just bought into the lies. The next question asks about a Fight Owens Fight rally towel. He jokes about changing his shirt to a neon green one and then says no. He will beat John Cena, but he will not become him.

Back at the panel, the discussion moves to the Money in the Bank Ladder Match. Renee, clearly moved by the package for Dusty, says that, aside from Dusty, that’s what we’re here for tonight. Byron says someone could change the landscape of WWE by winning the briefcase tonight. Renee introduces a package previewing the Money in the Bank Ladder Match.

Main Show


The show opens with a graphic in memory of Dusty Rhodes. In the arena, the entire roster, and even Vince McMahon is out on the ramp for a 10 bell salute. All of the fans rise as respect is paid to the American Dream. There’s a huge ‘Dusty’ chant following the salute, and they play Rhodes’ American Dream theme, which gets a nice pop from the crowd. There are a couple of tears, but for the most part the roster looks happy to be clapping along to Rhodes’ theme in his memory.

We get a video package that highlights the Money in the Bank ladder match that this PPV is named after. We get footage of past matches while a voice talks about the risk/reward nature of the match. There’s also a bit of time devoted to Rollins vs. Ambrose, and Owens vs. Cena.

In the arena, the pyro hits, and Michael Cole welcomes us to the show and begins hyping the ladder match, and the World Title main event. There are a ton of ladders set up in the arena and around the ring, and it looks like we’re going to kick off with the Money in the Bank contract ladder match.

Randy Orton is the first man to make his way out to the ring, and the crowd is already hot, giving the Viper a nice pop on his way down the aisle.

Neville is the second man to make his way out, and the Man that Gravity Forgot gets a little bit of a pop, but I’m thinking the crowd will warm to him quickly once the match begins.

Kane is out next, and the corporate monster doesn’t get much of a reaction out of the crowd on his way to the ring.

Dolph Ziggler’s is the fourth man out, and he gets a nice pop as he makes his way to the ring accompanied by Lana.

Kofi Kingston is the next competitor to make his way to the ring, and it’s worth noting that he’s not accompanied by his New Day partners. Cole notes that this is Kofi’s sixth money in the bank match.

Sheamus makes his way to the ring next, and the Irishman gets a little bit of heat, but not much of a reaction at all out of the crowd.

Roman Reigns is the final man to make his way to the ring, of course by way of the crowd. Roman gets a nice little pop on his way down the stairs to the ringside area.

Money in the Bank Contract Ladder Match
Kane vs. Roman Reigns vs. Randy Orton vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Sheamus vs. Kofi Kingston vs. Neville

The bell rings and everything breaks down right away into brawling. Kofi bails from the ring and brings a ladder in straight away. Kofi sets up the ladder, and a couple of people turn around to look at him. Kofi freezes, but then tries to race up the ladder. He’s pulled down and beaten up. A couple of other guys take a shot at climbing the ladder, but everyone’s pulled down. Ziggler and Orton both touch the briefcase, as does Reigns, but no one has a chance at grabbing it. Kane tosses Neville from the ring and it’s down to he and Sheamus. Kane turns around into a big forearm from Sheamus. Sheamus begins climbing the ladder, but Kane pulls him off. Ziggler is in and he avoids a chokeslam from Kane, coming up with a big DDT.

Ziggler tries to climb the ladder, but Sheamus pulls him down and catches him. Sheamus whips Dolph into the ropes and hits White Noise. Sheamus knocks Neville and Reigns off the apron before grabbing a ladder and charging into Orton and Kane. Orton tries to fight back, but Sheamus charges him with the ladder again and tosses him to the floor. Sheamus follows Orton to the outside and throws him hard into the barricade. Sheamus grabs another ladder and slams it into Kane’s gut. Kofi makes it to the top of the ladder in the ring, but Sheamus tips the ladder over and Kofi lands on the top rope.

Sheamus connects with a short-arm clothesline to Kofi. Sheamus grabs a ladder and lays it in the corner on top of the bottom rope. Sheamus tries for White Noise, but Kofi fights it off. Sheamus runs into double boots in the corner, but when Kofi leaps from the top Sheamus catches him. Kofi fights out, and Neville hits a springboard missile dropkick to Sheamus. Kofi takes out Neville and hits Sheamus with Trouble in Paradise to send the Irishman to the outside.

Kofi sets up a ladder, but Neville stops him and blasts him with a kick to the head in the corner. Neville monkey flips Kofi out of the corner and Kingston immediately lands on his feet and climbs the ladder. Neville climbs the other side, but Reigns is in and pulls both men off. Reigns pushes the ladder into Neville’s face to send him crashing to the mat. Reigns props the ladder on the ropes and is caught with a splash from Kofi from behind. Kofi and Roman trade blows, and Reigns powerbombs Kofi on the elevated ladder Sheamus laid across the bottom rope in the corner earlier in the match. Neville is in and he tries to hurricanrana Reigns, but Reigns blocks it and powerbombs Neville on top of Kingston, and the ladder, in the corner.

Reigns begins to climb the ladder, and Kane is in to stop him. Reigns tries to fight off Kane, sending him away with elbows to the side of the head. Kane grabs Reigns by the throat and chokeslams him to the mat. Kane begins to climb the ladder, but Orton is in to try and stop him. Orton pulls Kane down and hits him with an RKO. Orton begins to climb the ladder, and Kofi is in. Kofi pulls Orton down, and Orton hits another RKO on Kofi.

Neville springboards over Orton to begin to climb the ladder, and Orton pulls Neville off of the top of the ladder, and into an RKO, in one fluid motion. Orton makes it to the top of the ladder, but Sheamus is able to climb up the other side and stop Orton from getting the briefcase. Both men fight down to the mat where Orton hits his signature across-the-back backbreaker. Orton climbs the ladder again, but Sheamus is up once more to stop Orton. Sheamus pulls Orton down and the two trade right hands.

Sheamus sends Orton crashing face first into the ladder, and then follows up with a brogue kick to Orton’s face. Sheamus begins setting up the ladder again before climbing. Ziggler climbs the other side like lightning and hits Sheamus with a repeated series of right hands. Ziggler gets his hands on the briefcase, but Sheamus stop him with a shot to the gut. Both men trade right hands at the top of the ladder. Ziggler hits a couple of big head butts, and Sheamus hits a huge right hand. Sheamus reaches for the briefcase, but neither man can get it. Sheamus shoulders Ziggler, but Ziggler is able to transition into the sleeper hold at the top of the ladder. Ziggler slams Sheamus’ face into the ladder, then hits a Zig Zag off the top of the ladder. Neville stands on the top rope and hits the Red Arrow on Sheamus.

Ziggler sets up the ladder once more, and he and Neville both begin climbing. Both make it to the top at the same time and trade right hands. Neville sends Ziggler down a couple of rungs, but Ziggler goes in with a shot to Neville’s gut. Neither man is able to put the other down for long enough to take the briefcase down. Neville smashes Ziggler’s forehead into the top of the ladder, and Ziggler looks to be busted open. Kane pulls Neville down and Ziggler hits Kane with a superkick. Neville and Ziggler both grab a ladder, and run into the brick wall when they try to run into Kane. Both men are sent from the ring. Kane turns right around into a superman punch from Reigns and falls out of the ring. Reigns dives over the top rope and takes out just about all of his opponents.

Xavier Woods and Big E run down and Big E picks up Kofi and deposits him back into the ring. Woods puts a ladder into the ring, and they cheer Kofi on while he sets up the ladder and begins to climb. Reigns is in from out of nowhere and he blasts Woods and Big E with a huge baseball slide. Reigns tries to pull Kofi down, but Kofi kicks Reigns away. Reigns is finally able to pull Kofi down and he powerbombs him over the top rope, to the outside, on top of all of his opponents, except one. Orton is in and he tries for an RKO. Reigns avoids it and tries for the superman punch, but misses. Reigns connects with the spear on Orton, and Orton is out of the ring. The lights go out and Bray Wyatt is in the ring. Wyatt pushes the ladder over and hits Sister Abigail on Reigns.

Everyone is down, and Sheamus crawls back into the ring. Sheamus grabs a ladder and sets it up under the briefcase. Sheamus begins to climb, and he’s got his hands on the briefcase, but Neville climbs up and hits Sheamus with a series of right hands. Neville grabs for the case, but Sheamus rakes at Neville’s face and pulls him by his hair off of the ladder. Sheamus is able to unhook the briefcase, and he’s got a guaranteed title opportunity whenever he wants it.

Winner and Mr. Money in the Bank: Sheamus

Paige tells Renee Young she has always been upfront, and the Bellas are crafty. She says the Bellas play it up for the cameras, and she has always been the same person. Paige says she has one voice and she can take power from the Bellas, and she just has to take the title. Paige says she is trying to make change, and it starts tonight, and this one is for Dusty.

WWE Divas Championship
Paige vs Nikki Bella (c)

Paige goes after Nikki on the floor but Nikki slams her into the barricade, then she rolls her in and tries to score a pin. Paige kicks her in the face and slams her down, then Nikki elbows her and sends her into the corner. They trade a few near falls before Paige hits some rabid elbows in the corner, then Paige applies the PTO but Nikki counters. Paige blocks Rack Attack before hitting Ram-Paige for two, and Paige can’t believe Nikki kicked out.

Paige goes after Nikki in the corner and hoists her to the top rope, then Nikki knocks her down and they spill to the floor. Brie comes from underneath the ring and switches places, tries to get a rollup, but Paige reverses it and gets the win. Brie reveals the switch in front of the ref and Paige goes after her, throwing her to the floor, but Nikki runs in and hits Rack Attack for the win.

Winner – Nikki Bella

Intercontinental Championship
Big Show vs Ryback (c)

Ryback hits a quick spinebuster and connects with a Meathook, then Show punches him and Ryback clotheslines him outside. Ryback attacks Miz at commentary, throwing him over the table, and Show turns and tackles Ryback. Show taunts him and hits him a few times, then Ryback rolls through and puts him in an armbar.

Show reaches the ropes so Ryback knees him in the head, then he suplexes Show and splashes him for two. Show blocks a Meathook with a chokeslam, then he goes for a knockout punch but Ryback ducks it. He hits the ropes but Show punches him and sends him through the ropes, and Show warns Miz to back off. Miz waits for Show to roll Ryback in, then he hits him with a mic a few times and causes a disqualification.

Winner (by disqualification) – Big Show

Kevin Owens vs John Cena

Owens and Cena try to one-up each other before Owens drops him with a punch, then Owens hits a few shoulder tackles. He continues to mock Cena and hits a side slam, then sets up an Attitude Adjustment but Cena counters. Cena applies a STF but Owens counters, then Cena hits an inverted suplex for two before Owens counters him once again. Owens hits a Codebreaker and a cannonball in the corner, then they trade punches before Owens hits a backbreaker. He heads up top for a senton but Cena knees him in the back, then he mocks Owens and hits a AA but only gets two.

Cena argues with the ref then heads up top, setting up a super AA but Owens counters by powerbombing him from an electric chair drop position. Owens hits a sitout side slam and pulls Cena into the corner, then Cena avoids another dive from the top rope before he slams Owens and heads up top. Owens counters a superplex with a cradle suplex off the ropes, then Cena surprises Owens with a STF. Owens makes it to the ropes and Owens tries to hit an Alabama Slam, but Cena counters with a somersault powerbomb for two. Owens comes right back with a pop-up powerbomb for two, then he punches Cena and tells him to stay down. Cena goes for a springboard stunner but Owens blocks it, then Cena turns and hits a AA for the win.

Winner – John Cena

Cena waits for Owens to get up and tells him he belongs here, then he hands Owens his title and asks for a handshake. Cena raises his arm… and Owens kicks him in the stomach and hits a powerbomb on the ring apron!

WWE Tag Team Championship
Prime Time Players vs The New Day (c)

E attacks Young and hits him in the ribs while in an abdominal stretch, then Young breaks so E hits a suplex for two. E continues to keep Young grounded before he finds some separation, then Titus hits a fallaway slam off the tag. Titus tackles Woods and gets two, then E tackles Young into the barricade after he breaks the pin up. Woods goes for a rollup before Titus kicks out, then he counters off the ropes with a sitout powerbomb for the win.

Winners & New Tag Team Champions – Prime Time Players

Seth Rollins is shown walking backstage and Kane, Mercury and Noble are laughing at him. Kane says they have been waiting for this for a long time, and Rollins will get what is coming to him. He continues walking and Stephanie is standing with Triple H, and she says they stand behind him. Stephanie says Rollins asked for this, so if he loses, there’s no one else to blame but himself. She walks away and Triple H says he should forget everything and clear his mind, and show everyone who he is. HHH gets fired up and screams that Rollins needs to show them all who he is, and that he is the future and the WWE World Heavyweight Champion.

WWE World Heavyweight Championship (Ladder Match)
Dean Ambrose vs Seth Rollins (c)

Ambrose and Rollins trade punches in the corner before Rollins stomps him, then Ambrose ties him in the ropes and chops him. Rollins slams Ambrose on the floor and whips him at a ladder, but Ambrose reverses so Rollins jumps up to it. Rollins throws the ladder back and dives at Ambrose, but gets caught in the face with the ladder before Ambrose sets the ladder up. They both start climbing before Ambrose whips him into the ladder, then Ambrose wedges it in the corner. Ambrose suplexes Rollins into the ladder, then he climbs it and hits a Bionic Elbow off the top before tackling Rollins through the ropes.

Ambrose sets the ladder up and climbs up, but Rollins slams his knee in the ladder rungs and taunts him. He continues to work on the knee, and Ambrose fights back but Rollins slams his knee off the ringpost. Rollins puts Ambrose in tree of woe position and double stomps Ambrose, then Rollins climbs the ladder but Ambrose gets free and tips it over. Rollins tries to fight back but Ambrose hits him a few times and sends him outside, then he connects with a few kicks before calling for Dirty Deeds. Rollins avoids it and rolls outside, then Ambrose pulls him into the crowd and Rollins whips him into a barrier.

Rollins runs for it and goes for the ladder in the ring, but Ambrose chases him down and tackles him from the barricade. He sets it across the apron and the table, and Rollins charges, but Ambrose backdrops Rollins over the ropes and onto the ladder. Rollins lands hard on the ladder, and Ambrose sets a second one up and almost gets to the top. Rollins cuts him off and Ambrose hurricanranas him to the floor, then clotheslines him over the announce table.

Rollins tries to hit a Pedigree on the announce table, but Ambrose counters with Dirty Deeds on the table. Ambrose pulls himself in the ring and up the ladder, but Rollins runs in and smashes a TV monitor off Ambrose’s knee and knocks him down. Rollins goes up the ladder but Ambrose cuts him off, then Rollins knocks him back and hits a Pedigree. Rollins climbs the ladder but Ambrose somehow pulls himself up, and he grabs Rollins’ leg and throws him outside.

Ambrose tries to pick himself up but Rollins pulls him outside, then he slams him on a ladder and powerbombs him into the barricade. Rollins powerbombs Ambrose a second time, then he powerbombs him again onto a pile of chairs, which are laid on a ladder. Rollins once again climbs the ladder but Ambrose somehow cuts him off, and they fight to the top of the ladder. They both fight for position and grab the title, then both fall, but Rollins ends up with it and wins it.

Winner – Seth Rollins

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Re: WWE Money In The Bank Results

Post by GSC on Mon Jun 15, 2015 4:10 pm

Sounds amazing. Sheamus, really?
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Post by Prometheus on Mon Jun 15, 2015 4:20 pm

GSC wrote:Sounds amazing. Sheamus, really?
If you are not going Reigns, who else?  I think the only one you can make an argument for is Ziggler and WWE aren't going there.  

We'll see how WWE use Sheamus now.  I kind of think that such a big man (with that beard) carrying around a briefcase for a year is going to look a bit silly.  And with no obvious angle getting him in the main event picture right now, it looks likely he will carry that case for some time.  

I'm not a fan of Sheamus and I hate his Brogue kick.  But I do think the MitB is better on a heel, and the Brogue kick does mean he could walk in a ring at any time, lay someone out and take the title.  

For me the bigger question coming out of this was Reigns and Wyatt ?! Oh, and that the IC title is dead already, that took all of a fortnight.
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Re: WWE Money In The Bank Results

Post by GSC on Mon Jun 15, 2015 4:26 pm

Wyatts gimmick seems to be randomly attacking those WWE wants out of the title scene.
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Post by Prometheus on Mon Jun 15, 2015 4:47 pm

GSC wrote:Wyatts gimmick seems to be randomly attacking those WWE wants out of the title scene.

Wyatt has something, I'm convinced of that. At an absolute minimum he has a cool entrance, which is a house show pleaser. He has mic skills, which are terribly over-exposed, but he does have them. And I don't think he's a 5* worker, but he can do watchable matches for the most part.

But, right now, I don't think that Reigns is going to get anything out of a feud with Wyatt and going over him. Wyatt just has not been booked well enough that he should be a threat to Reigns. Unless, the Wyatt Family get back together and Reigns has to beat all 3 of them, which I can absolutely see WWE doing. The other direction they could go is for Reigns to be seduced by Wyatt and to become Wyatt's follower. That can either lead to either Reigns breaking out of that (been there and seen that with Daniel Bryan), or it could lead to Wyatt being Reign's quasi-manager and a heel turn / title push. Rowan and Harper could easily re-form and then the family could have multiple titles, before the inevitable face turn and breakaway for Reigns.

My feeling from the last couple of PPVs is that the wrestlers in WWE are mostly working really hard. But, the booking and angles could be just a little better. I think a little bit of boldness now over the summer and a little long term booking (as recently it seems like WWE has been squeezing in special events and has found it hard to look forwards) could really help the product and make for a strong 2nd half of 2015.
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Re: WWE Money In The Bank Results

Post by GSC on Mon Jun 15, 2015 5:00 pm

I assumed the SS main event would be a Shield triple threat followed by Lesnar returning and wrecking all 3 before it become the authority vs Lesnar.
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Post by Prometheus on Mon Jun 15, 2015 6:25 pm

The way I read this was that WWE want to keep Reigns out of the World Title picture right now, because they don't want to put the belt on him (still getting mixed reactions). So, I personally think that Wyatt feud will run thru SummerSlam.

There are rumours that Brock (or at least Heyman) will be on Raw tonight. That excites me, even the idea of Brock stood in a ring is 10x more electric than most of WWE for me. I expect you are right with your Authority angle, there doesn't seem like a lot of credible opponents for Brock right now. Be interesting to see what way forwards they choose.
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Re: WWE Money In The Bank Results

Post by Adam D on Mon Jun 15, 2015 6:28 pm

I am praying that Brock comes out to a barbershop quartet Wink

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Re: WWE Money In The Bank Results

Post by Dolphin Ziggler on Mon Jun 15, 2015 7:35 pm

I was happy it was Sheamus, albeit my first pick was Kofi. A bad night for a New Day fan really. Bit surprised they took the belts off them, but the PTPs are over, no doubting that.

Decent PPV, mainly because of the quality of Owens/Cena and the pacing of Rollins/Ambrose. Shame about the finish, which I don't count as clean but some do.

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Post by Prometheus on Mon Jun 15, 2015 7:50 pm

Dolphin Ziggler wrote:Shame about the finish, which I don't count as clean but some do.

I agree. We didn't get so many clean finishes, did we? Twin magic. Wyatt and The Miz run-ins. Cena's stunner laughing

I guess that is modern WWE PPVs that they are running these events so close to one another and they are on the Network that there's as much set up for the next event as anything else.
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Re: WWE Money In The Bank Results

Post by Dolphin Ziggler on Mon Jun 15, 2015 7:54 pm

5 weeks till Battleground now. Not sure why they already announced Reigns vs Wyatt. Bizarre really.

As SCSA said to Heyman, Cena had one hell of a finisher if he wanted, but hes using what is now a very risky move and people don't even lose to it.

The Bella's twin magic crap was boring, but I do like the fact they are telling a story in that division, and the finish does at least fit it. I also think the Miz doing that sets up an easy triple threat, however boring that will be.

At least I am feeling vindicated about my support of Big E.

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Re: WWE Money In The Bank Results

Post by Marky on Mon Jun 15, 2015 7:56 pm

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Re: WWE Money In The Bank Results

Post by Prometheus on Mon Jun 15, 2015 8:02 pm

Dolphin Ziggler wrote:5 weeks till Battleground now. Not sure why they already announced Reigns vs Wyatt. Bizarre really.

As SCSA said to Heyman, Cena had one hell of a finisher if he wanted, but hes using what is now a very risky move and people don't even lose to it.

The Bella's twin magic crap was boring, but I do like the fact they are telling a story in that division, and the finish does at least fit it. I also think the Miz doing that sets up an easy triple threat, however boring that will be.

At least I am feeling vindicated about my support of Big E.
Amen brother clap  

Were you surprised that The New Day dropped the belts to the PTP?  I've no problem with the PTP, but they are nowhere near as over as New Day.  Still, I'm enjoying the tag division and can't wait for Rowan and Harper to become a piece of this action.

I think the oddest thing about the Wyatt / Reigns feud is that after two fights on Raw the other week, Reigns pinned Wyatt.  Now, that doesn't mean that Wyatt can't get stuck in like he has now.  But, I need an extra twist to make any match between them something I'm ready to buy into.  

Cena's breaking out all kinds of moves now man.  It can only be a matter of time before he hits a reverse rana.
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Re: WWE Money In The Bank Results

Post by Dolphin Ziggler on Mon Jun 15, 2015 8:06 pm

That sunset flip was very good. The little stumble botch actually enhanced it.

I was surprised, but I think they have a good and well liked face team, so they can use that for a bit. Without a win the PTPs were a bit dead, and I think the New Day can offer a lot across the card. Its a shame though, they were arguably the second most interesting thing on the roster after whatever Owens does.

Agree. But Wyatt is almost a lost cause. Hes lucky Vince likes him.

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Re: WWE Money In The Bank Results

Post by Samo on Mon Jun 15, 2015 9:21 pm

I thought the MitB match was pretty good. Didnt have alot of really sketchy spots which im glad of. Was surprised Sheamus won, but it makes sense if it wasnt going to be Reigns. Thought Kofi was actually going to win at one point, Neville too. All the guys got good moments in and was pretty enjoyable.

Surely if the ref saw that it was Brie, not Nikki that had a physical altercation with Paige then thats a DQ? I mean, Paige still wouldnt have won the title but come on, rules is rules. It seems their determined to wipe AJ out of the record books and have Nikki keep the belt for another while, but surely there was a better choice than Nikki goddamn Bella?

The IC title match was there. Miz adds an extra dynamic that would be missing with just two big guys. I liked that Ryback was peed at the result, sells him as a fighting, proud champion.

HOLY Poopie THAT WAS EASILY MATCH OF THE NIGHT THAT WAS SO MUCH AWESOME AND MORE I LOVE OWENS I EVEN KIND OF LOVE CENA I CANT WAIT FOR NUMBER THREE OF THE SERIES. Seriously, that match was excellent. Everything about it. Owens, Cena, the crowd, even Maggle Cole was at his absolute best. I wasnt sure how they would top the EC match, but I have no idea how they are going to top THAT. Im so happy for Owens, he's busted his ass to get where he is, and you could tell Cena was being Genuine when he told him he belonged. Incredible match.

Quite shocked the PTP's won the titles, pleasantly shocked, but a shock none the less. The ending seemed to come out of nowhere, but while short, was still a pretty enjoyable tag match. Titus is seriously under rated.

That was probably Rollins and Ambrose second best outing together. I loved the story of Ambrose literally willing to die to win the title, and the amount of times he kept coming back was almost uncomfortable. A terrifice perfomance from him and the kind of win Rollins needed. I was kinda hoping for Lesnar, but in the end im glad he wasnt there as it helps Rollins credibility terrifically.

I think in a few years, after a couple more excellent shows that Money in the Bank will overtake Survivor Series and become one of the Big Four.

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Re: WWE Money In The Bank Results

Post by Nakatomi Plaza on Tue Jun 16, 2015 2:41 am

I thought this was a good PPV. Cena vs Owens was an instant classic, and is probably my match of the year so far. I thought it was clever for Cole to mention Cena's tweet at the start of the match about doing new moves. I think the fact Cena had to develop his arsenal puts Owens win at EC in a different class. Owens giving Cena a hiding after the match was the right call. I hope Cena properly sells the injury tonight, rather than giving the usual Jolly John promo.

The main event was really good. I really enjoyed the psychology early on with Rollins continually working the leg. Ambrose sold it brilliantly as well, wincing when delivering two strikes to the gut was a great touch. I liked that Rollins kept blocking all the attempts for the exploder/Nigel clothesline until Ambrose hit it at the fourth attempt. The finish left a slight sour taste. I suspect Cena or Reigns would be getting pelters if they took three powerbombs outside, but fond the energy to almost win the match. I don't think Ambrose needed protecting like that. Rollins could have done with a stronger win, especially considering its likely that Lesnar will return soon.

The MITB was good. All seven guys worked well. I would have rather seen Wyatt take out Orton, and see those two feud.

The Divas title match was the best main roster women's match in years. Really enjoyed the fire Paige showed in her promo before the match, and it was good to see the women get a decent amount of time. I'm a big fan of Nikki Bella as a worker, but as she's gone through the roster I'd like to see one of the NXT four come up to challenge her. I've noticed that Charlotte no longer appears on the opening credits of NXT, so maybe she'll appear on Raw shortly?

I did find it funny when Brie unstuffed her top to prove she wasn't her sister!

Shocked that New Day dropped the tiles. It feels like a golden clock moment for PTP. Unfortunately it looks like we'll be seeing so more of their lame comedy promos.

I stand by what I said last week, that Ryback shouldn't have shell-shocked Big Show, as it gave away a potential ending to this match. I've enjoyed Miz since his Hollywood heel turn, so I think him plotting to push Show and Ryback against each other whilst he tries to steal the title could be fun.

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Re: WWE Money In The Bank Results

Post by NickisBHAFC on Wed Jun 17, 2015 10:22 pm

John Cena vs Kevin Owens. Wow

Happy enough Shameus won, was hoping Dolph or Neville would win though. 

PTP winning is odd, suspect they will drop the belts to Rowan and Harper who will dominate the tag team division. 

Rollins vs Ambrose was underwhelming but I think it was down to how good the Cena match was.

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