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WWE's annual Money in the Bank. Matches include the traditional Money in the Bank ladder match, John Cena vs Kevin Owens and Dean Ambrose vs Seth Rollins for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in a ladder match.
Eight matches took place at the event. Of the five championships contested, three changed hands. The main event saw John Cena defeat Brock Lesnar by disqualification (with Lesnar retaining ... See full summary »
1. Big E b. Jack Swagger to retain the Intercontinental Championship. (Great back and forth match.)
2. The New Age Outlaws b. The Uso Brothers to retain the WWE Tag Team Championships. (Really thought the Uso's would win their first championships but again I suffice. I've enjoyed seeing the Outlaws again, and I am interested in where the WWE is going with them. Let's hope Cody Rhodes and Goldust get another run with them.)
3. Titus O' Neil b. Darren Young. (While I thought Young would get the win here, I hope Titus gets a nice push.)
4. The Wyatt Family b. The Shield. (Another great back and forth match.)
5. In a match for the Divas Championship Cameron b. A.J Lee via DQ. (A.J. retained.) (Not much to say here but maybe there will be some dissension between A.J. and Tamina.)
6. Batista b. Alberto Del Rio. (I loved how the match started with Del Rio claiming he couldn't compete, but we all knew what the end result would be. I still think Batista will have a hell of a match at Mania.)
7. In the Elimination Chamber Match for the World Heavyweight Championship, Randy Orton retained. (Great chamber match all around which now sets up Randy Orton vs. Batista for the title at Wrestlemania 30!)
All in all a good PPV with a strong beginning, middle, and a
controversial end. Thanks!
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