Hello my friends, and welcome to my review of one of my favorite PPVs, Money in the Bank. Tonight’s advertised match ups are two ladder matches! Our first one is for the Money in the Bank Ladder Match! Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose, Dolph Ziggler, Kofi Kingston, Jack Swagger, RVD & Originally our Intercontinental Champion, Bad News Barrett but due to a shoulder injury he suffered on Smackdown. Our other ladder match is for the vacant WWE World Heavyweight Championship. John Cena, Roman Reigns, Alberto Del Rio, Kane, Randy Orton, Bray Wyatt, Cesaro and the WWE United States Champion, Sheamus!
WWE Tag Team Championship!
The Usos (c) |Jimmy & Jey Uso| vs. The Wyatt Family (Luke Harper & Eric Rowan)
Usos are out first and out next is The Wyatt Family to a new theme song! Originally we heard a young child singing “He’s Got The Whole World and than went into some generic rock music. Luke Harper and I believe Jey Uso started the match up, and The Usos took early control with strikes and kicks and an early tag made to Jimmy Uso. Once Jimmy got it the control quickly turned to the Wyatt’s as Harper landing some powerful moves and tags in Rowan. Eric Rowan continues the beatdown on Jimmy, and making frequent tags to each other. Once Rowan was tagged back in he attempting a fall away slam, Jey managed to get out of it and fall back into his corner where Jey takes a tag. We see some nice teamwork by The Usos that earn them a two count as both Jimmy and Rowan continued to brawl until the both eventually found their way to the outside of the ring, where Jey Uso jumped onto the barricade separating the crowd from the action and lept off it, landing a flying forearm onto Rowan. The two find themselves back in the ring, where Jey is perched on the top rope and leaps onto Rowan for a cross body that only brings him a two! Jey once again attempted to use the top turnbuckle to fly off of, but Luke Harper had a different idea as he walked over and tried to stop Jey but only got a punched for it, but the distraction proved to be enough, because once Jey got onto the top turnbuckle Rowan came up from behind and pushed him off sending The Uso face first into the barricade on the outside of the ring. Harper gets the tag and he jumps off the apron and rushes at Jey, stomping on his face on the outside of the ring. Harper tosses Jey back in the ring for a near fall count and continues the beatdown. The Wyatt Family hold control for quite a long time, wearing Jey out with numerous slams and heavy strikes.It seemed like Jey was about to tag in Jimmy after countering one of Eric Rowan’s move, but Rowan made the tag to Harper and Luke Harper ran over to The Uso corner to take Jimmy out before he could make the tag. Harper runs at Jey Uso, landing a big boot that was only good for a two before making the tag back to Rowan. Eric Rowan came in out and hit a huge scoop slam on Jey, but a miss splash aloud Jey to get up to his feet and into the turnbuckle, Rowan ran at him full force but Jey moved out of the way and Rowan’s shoulder went right into the steel post. Both Eric Rowan and Jey Uso make the tags to their partners. Jimmy Uso comes rushing in taking it to both members of The Wyatt Family, hitting them with Samoan drops and ramming his rear end right into a downed Rowan and following up with a beautiful corkscrew moonsault on Harper that only gets him a two. Jimmy continues to control the match, taking Rowan out of the ring and hitting a couple super kicks to Harper that once again only give him a two count. On the outside of the ring Eric Rowan as Jey Uso, Jimmy though leaps over the ropes onto Rowan to save his brother, but it may have cost him as The Wyatt’s once again control the champs. We see the two teams exchange some blows, but The Wyatt’s still end up with the upper hand. Rowan held Jey Uso still on the outside while Luke Harper jumped through the ropes at him, Jimmy Uso looked to do the same thing as he leaped over the ropes hoping to catch Rowan off guard, but Eric Rowan caught him in mid air and held him still, just like he did to Jey so Harper can fly through the ropes and land on him and than tossing him back into the ring. Both members of The Wyatt Family lifted Jimmy up by his arm and slamming him back into the canvas, but Jey broke up the pin before the thee count. Jey took Harper out of the ring, and Rowan took Jey out. Rowan saw Jimmy laying in the middle of the ring and went to climb up the to the top turnbuckle, but Jimmy got up and shook the ropes to force him to slip. Tag was made and both The Usos climbed to the top and hit Eric Rowan with a superplex! Jimmy tagged back in a climbed to the top rope. Before jumped of the top, Jey tagged himself in and The Usos landed back to back Superfly Splashes to retain the championship!
Winners & Still WWE Tag Team Champions – The Usos
Grade – B+, What a match to start off the night. We have seen The Wyatt’s and The Usos clash before, but never over the tag belts! Tonight both teams went out there and continued to show that the WWE Tag Tea, Titles still mean something. The Usos faced their toughest test to date as champions and they prevailed in what was a great match. I doubt this is the last time we’ll see these two teams battling over those titles!
Dean Ambrose Promo
Micheal Cole talks about what has happened to The Shield in the past weeks. We see a recap of what happened from when Rollins betrayed The Shield to just last week on Raw. Dean Ambrose is shown backstage and he talked about his match tonight and of course Seth Rollins. He kept talking about how it would be hard to choose to use the ladder to get the briefcase or to bash Rollins face than, but after thinking about it, he said “Why not” He ended the promo saying that he was going win and that daddy (Triple H) won’t be to happy.
WWE Divas Championship
Paige (c) vs. Naomi W/Cameron
Naomi is out first, and despite the differences between the two it seems Cameron will accompany her to the ring. Out next is the Divas Champion, and once the introductions are done, were on our way. The two divas started off very even as the tried to gain control over each other. They tossed each other into the barricade and the side of the ring and eventually got back into the ring after the ref reached a 7 count. The two divas continued to be on even footing until Paige hit a unique maneuver that looked like a form of the head scissors. Once again Naomi leaves the ring, and Paige began to go after her but Naomi grabbed her on tossed her off the apron to the outside of the ring, she than got back into the ring and jumped over the ropes to land a flying crossbody onto The Divas Champion on the outside of the ring! Naomi is back in the ring and Paige does not get into the ring until the ref reaches a seven count. Back inside the ring, The Divas Champ and her challenger are battling back and forth while on the outside, Naomi’s tag team partner, Cameron does not seem to entertained by the match. Naomi and Paige begin to trade pins back and forth that eventually led to Naomi locking Paige in a submission hold of quite a long time. Once Paige is out of the hold Naomi went to the top rope, but Paige was close behind and she kicked Naomi’s foot forcing her to lose her balance. The Divas Champion climbed to the top with Naomi and it looked like she was going to superplex her but instead both the divas fell to the outside of the ring. Both divas did not get back into the ring until an eight count. Once back in the ring, Naomi and Paige go back in forth.Naomi takes back control of the match landing a Rear View on Paige for only a two. She went to follow up with a split legged moonsault, but Paige got her knees up. Paige locked Naomi in an interesting submission hold, that honestly didn’t look like it hurt that much. Paige turned the submission hold into a pin for only two. During the hold Cameron seemed to be rooting for Paige. At the end of the match Paige lifted Naomi up and planted her down with a beautiful version of the DDT!
Winner and still WWE Divas Champion – Paige
Grade – B+, That was a Divas Match. Ever since Paige has won the championship she hasn’t been used to her full potential, but finally the WWE let the Divas work and this is what we get. Naomi and Paige fought over the Divas Championship and made it feel more prestigious than it has since its debut. If WWE allows the Divas to put on matches like this, the Diva division will no longer be a joke! I hope to see these two clash over the title again, and I have a feeling Cameron will find her way into a Divas title match Even though he is not a great wrestler, a Triple Threat Match may be able to hide it. Either way I want more Diva matches like tonight!
Damien Sandow vs. Adam Rose W/The Exotic Express
Damien Sandow comes down to the ring dressed as Paul Revere. He calls The Rosebuds and The crowd tonight a bunch of halfwits and informs the crowd that if he knew the Boston was going to be inhabited by you people, I would of warned no one! He ends his mic time by stating Boston will always be in the shadow of New York! Adam Rose and The Exotic Express make their way to the ring and Rose tells Sandow not to be a party pooper and claims that Boston is the place to party. He than tells Sandow to not be a lemon, Sandow swung at him and Rose fell into The Exotic Express and they propelled him back onto the apron and Rose ends it by telling Sandow to be a Rosebud before jamming his shoulder into his gut and tossing him over the ropes and down to the outside of the ring. Once Sandow is back in the ring the match officially begins and Rose starts off with his usual antics like smacking the rear end of Sandow, and using the ropes to smash Sandow face first into his.. but Damien was not having it tonight. Sandow really took it to Rose through out the match and even countered Rose’s “Cho Cho” with a huge clothesline. Sandow lifted Rose up and planted him with a Full Nelson Slam and covered him for a two. Sandow went for a moonsault, but Rose moved out of the way and hit The Part Foul to pick up the win.
Winner – Adam Rose
Grade – B, If you thought this was going to be another job for Damien Sandow, you were wrong. Despite still performing under these stupid characters, Damien shined tonight as he gave Rose his toughest challenge yet, but it wasn’t enough for him tonight as Adam Rose and his Exotic Express rolled through him tonight, but not without a challenge!
Money in the Bank Ladder Match.
Seth Rollins vs. RVD vs. Jack Swagger W/ Zeb Colter vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Kofi Kingston vs. Dean Ambrose.
As I mentioned before, The WWE Intercontinental Champion will not be in the match due to suffering a shoulder injury this past Friday Night Smackdown. It’s really a shame, because he was one of the heavy favorites to win and he was also my choice. Seth Rollins was the first superstar to make his entrance and Dean Ambrose was the last, and Ambrose did not wait for the bell to ring, as he rushed into the ring and went right after his former Shield Mate! Ambrose and Rollins brawl to the outside of the ring, while back in the ring Kofi clears the ring quick, just leaving him and Rob Van Dam. Kingston battles RVD until Swagger makes his way into the ring with a ladder. Kofi dropkicks the ladder into Swagger’s face and than lands a stiff kick to the side of the skull the laid Swagger onto the ladder and set him up for The Boom Drop. After using the ladder to clear Swagger from the ring Kofi set it up and began to climb, but Dean Ambrose comes back in and pushes the ladder over, and Kofi uses the ropes to springboard himself into RVD,Swagger and Ziggler on the outside of the ring! Back in the ring, Ambrose sets up the ladder and begins to climb, but Seth Rollins pulls him down and the two took turns pulling and climbing the ladder, until Dean had enough and smashed Rollins face first into the ladder. Dean Ambrose set another ladder up into the turnbuckle and attempted to suplex Rollins onto int, but Seth blocked and once again the two took turns trying to suplex each other onto the ladder, until Ambrose hooked Rollins arms and tossed him into the ladder. Ambrose once again alone in the ring sets up the ladder and begins to climb, but Jack Swagger gets in and pulls him down. Both Ambrose and Swagger take turns climbing the ladder and than everyone showed up besides RVD and Rollins. Swagger and Ambrose were on the outside of the ring while Kofi and Dolph battled at the top of the ladder of the briefcase. Swagger briefly came in and attempted to tip the ladder over, but Kofi pushed him off and Ambrose clotheslined him over the ropes while Kofi and Ziggler did the same to Ambrose. The two both raced back up the ladder and began to fight at the top once again and did not drop off the ladder until the each grabbed a handful of hair and pulled each other down. The two brawled while Seth Rollins tossed a ladder between the one set up in the ring, to connect with both Ziggler and Kingston. Van Dam comes in a drop kicks the ladder into Rollins and begins to hit a variety of his signature moves such as the Monkey Flip and used to ladder to his advantage to hit a Rolling Thunder! RVD continued to dominated as he took care of Dean Ambrose, Dolph Ziggler and Jack Swagger and earned himself a “You Still Got It” Chant for the Boston Crowd. RVD begins to climb the ladder and gets very close to the briefcase, but Kofi is there to make sure he does not grab it, as is Swagger. Kofi and RVD work together for a few seconds as they both toss the ladder right into Swagger, and Kofi quickly runs at RVD afterwards and kicks him right in the gut. RVD and Kofi battle each other in the turnbuckle. It looked like Kofi was going to hit RVD with a superplex, but Jack Swagger ran in and rammed a ladder into the lower back of Kofi Kingston. Swagger than set up a huge ladder in the corner and began to climb it to the top and pull RVD up. Swagger looked like he was going to hit a suplex off of this huge ladder, but RVD fought him off and sent him flying off the ladder and down to the canvas! RVD poised to hit Swagger with a Five Star Frog Splash from the top of the ladder, but Seth Rollins climbed up and began to fight with RVD, while Swagger ran up from behind and power bombed RVD off that ladder. Swagger looked like he was going to go after Rollins, but Ambrose rushed in and smashed Jack’s face against the ladder and than climbed to the top and began to brawl with Rollins before suplexing him off the top of that ladder, taking a huge fall himself! Ambrose back up with a ladder, but not for to long as Ziggler dropkicks the ladder into him. Ziggler went to drop kick Swagger, but Jack caught him and sling shot Ziggler into the ladder leaning on the ropes with Dean Ambrose behind it. Kofi is in but its not long before Swagger slams Kofi down and than plants a ladder on him to hit The Swagger Splash. Jack Swagger now along in the ring begins to climb the ladder, but RVD is back in, and the two begin to climb before Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins come in and pull them down and take them out of the ring. Both Ambrose and Rollins climb the ladder and begin to brawl at the top. Ambrose begins to swing and hit Rollins with everything he has got until Rollins falls off the ladder. Ambrose begins to climb the ladder, but once again jack Swagger is there and pulls Ambrose down, Dean manages to reverse the move into his DDT, but it seem like he hurt himself on the fall down. Rollins begins to climb the ladder and Dean tries to push it down, but couldn’t because of his shoulder, but eventually just rams into the ladder to make sure Rollins doesn’t win. The Doctors begin to check on Ambrose and after arguing with them Dean heads to the back to get checked on. Meanwhile back in the ring Seth Rollins begins to climb the ladder and almost wins it, but RVD prevents him and the two brawl at the top. While that happens Kofi Kingston slides a ladder between the rungs of the one Rollins and RVD are fighting. Kofi climbs up and all three brawl until RVD get hung up on the ladder before falling down. Kofi and Rollins fight at the tops and Kofi tosses Rollins over his shoulder and down onto the ladder Kofi bridged in! Kofi reaches for the briefcase and almost gets it but Ziggler pulls him down. Ziggler and Kofi go back and forth but Kofi gains the advantage and begins to clear the ring of his competitors hitting a fame-asser on RVD, super kicking a ladder into Swagger’s Jaw and Zig Zagging Kofi Kingston into a ladder. Dolph began to climb the ladder but Jack Swagger locks a Patriot Lock in on Ziggler, Ziggler fights through the pain and pulls himself up the ladder using on his arms until he pushed Swagger off. Ziggler almost pulls the briefcase down, but Seth Rollins smashes a chair right on the ankle of Ziggler, sending him off the ladder. Seth began to climb, and it looked like he had it won, but Dean Ambrose rushed back to the ring and began to beat down on Rollins with the steel chair, before he climbed up the ladder. Ambrose had the match one, but Kane’s music played and he made his way to the ring. Dean Ambrose tried to fight off Kane, but eventually The Big Red Monster planted Ambrose with a Chokeslam and a Tombstone Piledriver, before holding the ladder still, so Seth Rollins can pull down the briefcase.
Winner & Mr. Money in the Bank – Seth Rollins
Grade – A+, What a match. You know earlier this week a good friend of mine, said he was worried for this match because the talent in it (besides Barrett, Ambrose and Rollins) are kind used a enhancement talent as of late, but tonight everyone had a chance to shine. The feud between Ambrose and Rollins was played beautifully here, and I’ll admit being a big Ambrose fan I marked out when he almost won and than felt my heart shattered when I heard Kane’s music. Rollins said it best in his interview “Plan A, I win or there is Plan B. I win!” Tonight The Authority got what they wanted and The man who broke The Shield is now Mr. Money in The Bank!
Backstage Interview W/ Randy Orton
Byron Saxton is backstage with Randy Orton. Orton talks about how his chances are great tonight and mentions how Rollins needed help to win his match, but he won’t need any help tonight and weather anyone likes it or not he is walking out WWE World Heavyweight Champion tonight. When asked about Roman Reigns, Orton gave Saxton an uncomfortable stare before Byron thanks Orton for his time.
Rybaxel (Ryback & Curtis Axel) vs. Goldust & Stardust
Rybaxel is out first and it seems Curtis Axel has changed his ring gear from Underwear to a singlet just like Ryback. Out next is the team of Goldust and Stardust. The match starts off with Stardust and Axel. Stardust took early control over Axel staying one step ahead of him and hitting him with many strikes. Stardust cartwheels over and lands a dropkick onto Axel. He makes the tag to Goldust and the two show off their team work, as Stardust leaps off of Goldust’s back to hit a forearm on a running Curtis Axel. Goldust continues to dominate Axel and tags Stardust back in, but Axel pulls his arm away and tags in The Big Guy! Stardust poses to the crowd as Ryback gets in and the two stare each other down. Stardust manages to stay one step ahead of Ryback, avoiding every one of his moves and taking him down with a forearm. Stardust tags in Goldust, but after Ryback lands a boot to the gut of Goldust, he began to dominate. Rybaxel dominated over Goldust frequently tagging each other in and wearing Goldust down with power moves like the suplex and submission moves like the headlock. Goldust tried to fight back many times, but Rybaxel continued their dominance. Ryback began to measure Goldust up for the Big Meat Hook Clothesline. He screamed “I Still Got It” to the WWE Universe before running at Goldust. Goldust got his elbow up catching Ryback off guard and he rolled over to tag in Stardust. Stardust leaps over Ryback and avoids his clothesline taking Ryback down with a forearm and even taking Axel down as well over on the apron. Stardust continued to control the match, almost picking up the victory! Stardust was looking to hit Cross Rhodes but Ryback reversed and lifted Stardust up on his shoulder and looked to hit Shell Shock, but Stardust dropped down and hit Cross Rhodes and almost won but Axel broke it up. Goldust took Axel out of the ring while Stardust rolled Ryback up from behind to pick up the win!
Winners – Goldust & Stardust
Grade – B+, After the match, Curtis Axel attacked Stardust from behind and looked to take him out, but this set him up for The Dust Brothers to hit him with their finisher. A great match between two great teams in our tag division. Stardust and Goldust are a new team and picking up a victory over the very strong team in Rybaxel is pretty bit. One has to wonder if Stardust and Goldust have their eyes on The Usos.
Backstage Interview W/Fandango
Byron Saxton is backstage and they talk about Fandango’s current love triangle and how he is going to call it down the middle. Layla and Summer Rae come in and brag about their better assets before breaking out into an argument until Fandango breaks it up!
Rusev W/ Lana vs. Big E
Lana and Rusev make their way to the ring, Rusev is waving The Russian Flag as they make their way to the ring. Lana cuts a promo in the ring and talks about The American Flag and calls it a joke and claims Vladimir Putin will be watching this match before Rusev grabs the mic and says tonight he crushes Big E! Big E makes his way to the ring waving the American Flag. A video is played during his entrance of Big E talking in the preaching voice he did on Raw about his upcoming match. The match starts off and the two big men begin to take it to each other. Trading blows back and forth until Big E gained the upper hand by clotheslining Rusev out of the ring. Rusev tried to get back in the ring but hung on the apron as Big E landed a hard hit and went for the spear threw the ropes like last time, but Rusev saw it coming and got his knee up. The Bulgarian Brute got into the ring and began to dominate Big E. Rusev continued to control the match with heavy strikes and deadly submissions, and whenever Big E tried to get back in the match Rusev would shower him with strikes. Rusev bounced off the ropes and went for a splash but Big E moved out of the way and hit Rusev with a Belly to Belly suplex for a two count. Big E and Rusev began to brawl once again with Rusev getting the advantage as Big laid in wait in the turnbuckle Rusev built up speed and ran at the former Intercontinental Champion. Big E managed to catch Rusev and slam him into the mat for a two count. Big E hit a belly to belly and Rusev rolled out onto the apron. Big E built up speed and speared Rusev through the ropes and down to the outside of the ring. Lana screamed at Rusev while Big E tossed Rusev back in the ring. Rusev seems to be spitting out blood and is hurt, while Big E pulls the straps down and waits for Rusev to get up to hit The Big Ending. Rusev once again rolled out to the apron, avoiding The Big Ending, Big E went after Rusev, but Rusev landed a stiff kick to the side of Big E’s skull. Rusev got it and hit Big E with a huge superkick before locking in The Accolade. Big E tried to fight out and it appeared he might have been able to, as he got on his knees, but Rusev pulled further back and forced Big E to tap out.
Winner – Rusev
Grade – B+, Another great match between these two. I wish WWE would invest more time into their feud. Big E took it to Rusev tonight and gave him his toughest challenge to date, but The Super Athlete continues to dominate, and I think it’s for Rusev to move on from Big E and onto Sheamus and the WWE United States Championship.
Backstage Segment W/ The Bella Twins & Stephanie McMahon
Both Brie and Nikki are backstage talking about Vickie Guerrero until Stephanie came up and asked why Brie was here. Nikki said she invited her as her guest and Steph told Nikki “Not to think, It’s not what The Bellas do best.” Brie shows Steph her new favorite video and we get to see Steph in the mud bath from last week and Steph eventually calls security to take Brie out of the building.
Special Referee Match
Referee – Fandango
Layla vs. Summer Rae
Fandango makes his way to the ring first and Summer and Layla soon follow. As the match begins we see Summer flirt with Fandango before the two divas begin to go at it. Summer Rae takes the early control slamming Layla into the turnbuckle and choking Layla with her foot and distracting Fandango with her long legs. Layla pushes her off and she falls into Fandango and it looked like the two were about to kiss before Layla turned her around and began to beat her down.Layla locked Summer in a submission move and Fandango very awkwardly looked on. As the two got to their feet Summer Rae planted Layla with a DDT for only a two. Two end the match Layla landed a stiff kick to the side of the skull and covered Summer for the three. Fandango and Layla make out and head out of the arena leaving Summer in the ring crying.
Winner – Layla
Grade – C+, Not many people cared for this feud. I for one found the feud entertaining but not really what they were fighting over. I think it would of worked out a lot better if Summer returned and Fandango and Layla continued to interview and cost Summer her matches. I don’t know just weird to hear her say on NXT that it doesn’t bother her to now all of a sudden wanting him? Either way the two went out their and put on a decent match up but no one cared enough to notice.
WWE World Heavyweight Championship Ladder Match
U.S Champion Sheamus vs. Bray Wyatt vs. Alberto Del Rio vs. Cesaro W/ Paul Heyman vs. John Cena vs. Randy Orton vs. Roman Reigns vs. Kane
Triple H and Stephanie McMahon make their way to the ring first to watch the following match. All the superstars make their way to the ring and this match is under way. Everyone begins to brawl for quite awhile until Kane and Randy Orton clear the ring of everyone besides John Cena. The duo begins to beat down on Cena until Alberto Del Rio and Cesaro made their way into the ring with a ladder and began to take everyone out with it. Wyatt got back in the ring and ran at the two, jumping at them and lands a cross body on the ladder, taking both Del Rio and Cesaro down. Cena and Wyatt begin to battle, and Cena attempts to lift Bray up for the AA but Wyatt slides down and slams Cena gut first into the ladder. Roman Reigns gets in the ring and Wyatt and Reigns stare each other down before Reigns takes him down with a Samoan Drop. Roman begins to climb the ladder, but The U.S Champion, Sheamus pulls him down and takes him out and begins to climb the ladder himself until Kane comes in. Kane and Sheamus brawl while Reigns comes in with another ladder but beings to fight with Orton. It’s not to long before Roman Reigns gets rid of Orton. Both Sheamus and Reigns pick up ladders and sandwich Kane in between them. Roman and Sheamus set up their ladders and climb to the titles along with Cesaro and Del Rio joining him. Kane pushed over a ladder with Sheamus and Del Rio and than the other with Reigns and Cesaro. The Big Red Monster began to clear the ring of everyone before setting a ladder up. Kane grabbed Orton by the throat and threw him over near the ladder as he held the ladder still so Orton could climb. Randy began to climb but Roman Reigns came in and took out Kane and pushed the ladder over, sending Orton off as well. The ladder seemed to smack Orton in the head on the way down, as Roman takes out Kane and sets up a ladder. Reigns begins to ascend the ladder, but Wyatt comes in and pulls him down and soon Cena follows. John Cena is looking to hit Bray Wyatt with the Five Knuckle Shuffle, but as he turned around Cesaro tossed him high in the air and connected with The Uppercut! Cesaro and Sheamus began to climb the ladder again, battling over the title! While Bray Wyatt Spider-Walked to the side of the ladder and pulled it out form underneath Cesaro and Sheamus. Cesaro and Sheamus are now hanging for the two title belts and Sheamus soon falls, but Cesaro holds on for longer but not to much longer before he falls as well. Wyatt jumps and lands on top of Cesaro while Randy Orton is shown being checked on until he races away from the docs and gets back in the match, immediately going after Del Rio. Orton set a ladder up between the ring and the Spanish announce table, Sheamus comes over and starts slamming Orton’s face into the ladder before climbing on top of it. Orton swept Sheamus’s feet from under him and Sheamus hits the ladder hard. Orton than sets him up and hits The Hangman DDT from the ladder. Orton set up a ladder and everyone came into the ring and tried to climb it until Kane cleared the ring. The Red Machine turned his attention towards Sheamus, but The U.S Champ turned it around and hit the 10 Beats onto Kane’s chest. Sheamus than cleared the ring and began to set the ladder up, but before he could climb it Kane grabbed his foot and dragged him to the outside of the ring. Sheamus and Kane fought on the outside, Sheamus eventually tossed Kane into the steel steps and got back in the ring. Meanwhile Cesaro slid another ladder in between the rungs of the one in the middle of the ring and he and Sheamus began to brawl at the top of the ladder. Reigns made his way into the ring but as Del Rio slide the ladder even further through the other rungs, he connected with Reigns gut. Roman fought through the pain as he tilted the ladder over on Sheamus and Cesaro making a kind of jungle gym scenario where Cesaro had to climb around the ladders to get to the titles while Sheamus had to reach further. Cena came back in and titled the ladder back the right way and the brawl of superstars began. Bray suplexed Cena onto the ladders and Kane sent Bray face first into a ladder and than cleared the ring with Orton. Kane goes to hold the ladder for Orton again, but Roman Reigns dives through the ladder and spears Kane. Orton pushed the ladder over and it hit Reigns in the back of the head. Orton looked to take advantage but it was not long before Reigns connected with The Superman Punch and began to take out all his competitors! Reigns impressed on the outside of the ring as he slammed Wyatt face first onto the announce table, landed his signature dropkick on the apron to Del Rio and than to Wyatt on the table and ended it with a spear to Cesaro. Roman got back in the ring as did Cena and the two began to square off until Reigns took him down with A Spear! Roman began to climb the ladder but Randy Orton came in and forced Reigns down with an impressive signature back breaker from Orton. Orton begins to climb the ladder but Wyatt pulls him down and hits Sister Abigail. Bray begins to climb up the ladder but Del Rio is there to take him down and begin to climb the ladder himself until Sheamus comes in and pushes The Ladder over and connecting with A Brogue Kick From Sheamus. The U.S Champ begins to climb the ladder and comes pretty close until Cesaro is in and pulls him down and connects with an European Uppercut. Now Cesaro climbs until Orton is back in and catches Cesaro with an RKO. Randy begins to climb the ladder but Reigns is in and he begins to climb as well, nailing Orton with headbutts every step he takes until he knocks The Viper Down! Roman begins to climb again until Kane grabs him by the throat and slams him down. The Big Red Machine once again holds the ladder for Orton as he climbs, but this time Cena is in and hits Kane with an Attitude Adjustment, before lifting Orton up onto his shoulder and hitting another AA onto Kane. Cena climbs the ladder and pulls down the championship to become The Third Ever WWE World Heavyweight Champion.
Winner & New WWE World Heavyweight Champion – John Cena
Grade – A-, Not as good as the other ladder match tonight, but when you think about it this one had more, so there is a reason why it was slower. All 8 men went out there with a mission. 7 of them wanted the WWE World Heavyweight Championship and One just had to make sure Randy Orton won. Sheamus really stood out to me tonight as did many stars. Cesaro and Bray whoa are two young stars on the rise didn’t have many highlights tonight. Everybody else though put on one hell of a match, and Orton took one nasty cut. My only real problem with this match is the winner. I fully expected Cena to walk away as champ, but that does not mean I think it was right. WWE had an opportunity to elevate one of its young rising stars in Cesaro, Bray Wyatt and Roman Reigns. but tonight the instead went with the safe route and gave it to Cena. The Authority does not seem to happy that Cena won, and I can’t even imagine who Cena will face at Battleground. I wanna say Randy Orton, but I don’t think WWE is stupid enough to do that again.
Superstar of the Night – John Cena
It may be a little obvious, but Cena is the Superstar of the night. It doesn’t matter how much better your match was than his or how much more work you put in, he walked out the New WWE World Heavyweight Champion. Some love it! Others don’t, but he is now a 15 time World Champion!
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