Money In The Bank 2015

|Date: June 14, 2015
|Venue: Nationwide Arena |City: Columbus, Ohio
|Attendance: 15,277 |Buys: 57,000

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Money In The Bank, the annual pay per view that almost determines who has an almost guaranteed WWE Championship reign at some point in the next year. I’ll get to that match shortly. There have only been two weeks of build to this show so the main event continues where it left off at Elimination Chamber with Seth Rollins defending once again against Dean Ambrose. Ambrose has been a thorn in Rollins’ side, keeping hold of the WWE Championship belt and staying away from Rollins where he can. It was Roman Reigns who made the challenge to Rollins on behalf of Dean Ambrose, a challenge Rollins accepted, telling the rest of The Authority that he doesn’t need them.

Six of the competitors involved in the Money In The Bank ladder match were announced at Elimination Chamber, namely Randy Orton, Roman Reigns, Sheamus, Kofi Kingston, Neville and Dolph Ziggler. Kane was later added to the match, representing The Authority. They have all been battling in various singles match in the past two weeks as they all looked to get a psychological advantage heading into the event. Kevin Owens beat John Cena at Elimination Chamber and Cena very quickly demanded a rematch between the two. This rivalry has got rather personal and has involved some of John Cena’s best ever promos. Kevin Owens’ son is a big John Cena fan which is something that Kevin Owens isn’t happy about.

The New Day will be defending their Tag Team Championships against The Prime Time Players. Darren Young and Titus O’Neil were the final team remaining in the Elimination Chamber match that New Day won and then on Smackdown they beat The Lucha Dragons and The Ascension to become number one contenders to the titles. Nikki Bella defended her Divas Championship against Paige two weeks ago on Raw and Nikki retained her title after she swapped places with Brie and Brie rolled up Paige for the victory. Paige gets her rematch against Nikki tonight. Also tonight Ryback will defend the Intercontinental Championship against a man that takes offence at Ryback calling himself “The Big Guy” in The Big Show. Big Show knocked out Miz on Miz TV and announced himself as the number one contender.

On the Money In The Bank kick-off show R-Truth defeated King Barrett.

The show begins with all of the superstars gathered on the stage in tribute to Dusty Rhodes who has recently passed.

A video package then plays promoting the Money In The Bank ladder match, WWE World Heavyweight Championship match and United States Championship match.

Michael Cole welcomes us to the Nationwide Arena where 15,277 fans are on hand.

Roman Reigns vs. Neville vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Randy Orton vs. Kofi Kingston vs. Sheamus vs. Kane Money In The Bank ladder match

The big 7 man ladder match kicks things off. As Money In The Bank records go, Roman Reigns is 0-1, Dolph Ziggler is 1-3, Randy Orton is 1-3, Kofi Kingston is 0-3, Sheamus is 2-3 and Kane is 2-3. Neville makes his Money In The Bank debut tonight but is undefeated so far on pay per view. The bell rings and the seven men go at it. Kofi Kingston actually stays out of it, exits the ring, grabs a ladder, takes it into the ring and looks to sneak up and climb it but all six men pull him down and beat him down. The remaining six men all try and race up the ladder but take it in turns to pull each other down. The ring starts to clear as Sheamus disposes of Randy Orton and Kane throws out Neville. Sheamus then knocks down Kane and climbs the ladder quickly but Kane pulls him down. Kane looks to chokeslam Dolph Ziggler but Dolph counters with a DDT and then climbs the ladder but Sheamus makes sure he doesn’t get to the top. Sheamus hits white noise on Ziggler and then stops the likes of Neville and Roman Reigns from getting into the ring.

Sheamus picks up a ladder and hits Randy Orton and Kane with it. A “you look stupid” chant breaks out aimed at Sheamus who exits the ring. Inside the ring Kofi Kingston climbs the ladder so Sheamus gets back in the ring and pushes it over. Sheamus lays a ladder across the bottom rope and then looks to hit shite noise on Kofi who counters and then lays in some kicks. This is a first time heel run for Kingston. He goes to the top but Sheamus catches him. Neville hits Sheamus with a springboard missile dropkick. Kofi then takes down Neville before hitting Sheamus with trouble in paradise. Kofi and Neville go at it and Neville hits a monkey flip but Kofi lands on his feet and quickly climbs the ladder. Neville climbs the opposite side but Roman Reigns pulls down both men. Reigns pushes a ladder into Neville and then exchanges neckbreaker counters with Kofi. Reigns then powerbombs Kingston into a ladder. Neville looks for a hurricanrana on Reigns but Roman counters and powerbombs him into Kofi who is still laid down on the ladder.

Roman Reigns climbs the ladder but Kane, who has wrestled more PPV matches than anyone else in history, stops him from getting to the top. Kane chokeslams Reigns off the ladder and then climbs the ladder himself. Randy Orton pulls down Kane and hits him with an RKO before climbing the ladder. Kofi pulls down Orton but Randy hits Kingston with an RKO! Neville then leaps over Orton and climbs the ladder but Orton hits him with a huge RKO! Randy is left alone and climbs the ladder but Sheamus climbs up with him and the two men slug it out. Randy falls off the ladder but pulls down Sheamus. The two men slug it out before Orton hits a backbreaker. Orton climbs the ladder again but Sheamus pulls him down. Dolph Ziggler has barely featured in this match so far. Sheamus throws Orton into a ladder and then hits him with a brogue kick. Sheamus climbs the ladder but Dolph Ziggler sprints up the ladder with him and lays in some right hands. Dolph has the briefcase in his hands but Sheamus hits him with some rights. They slug it out and Sheamus looks like he’s setting up for white noise but Ziggler counters, locking on a sleeper! Sheamus fights him off but Ziggler manages to hit a zig-zag off the top of the ladder! And Neville then hits Sheamus with the red arrow!

Neville and Dolph Ziggler climbs the ladder and slug it out at the top. Neville smashes Ziggler’s face off the top of the ladder a couple of times causing him to fall down. Kane then pulls Neville down and looks to chokeslam him but Ziggler hits Kane with a superkick. Neville and Ziggler look to double team Kane but Kane fights them both off. Roman Reigns then hits Kane with a superman punch! Reigns decides to dive out the ring and takes out the whole field! Big E and Xavier Woods then show up and help Kofi Kingston back into the ring! Kofi sets up the ladder as Big E and Xavier Woods support him from the outside. Roman Reigns then takes out Big E and Woods before pulling Kofi down off the ladder. Kofi does his best to fight off Reigns but Roman powerbombs him to the outside! Reigns turns around where Orton is waiting for an RKO but Reigns counters and hits Orton with a spear! Reigns then climbs the ladder but the lights go out and Bray Wyatt is in the ring! He pushes over the ladder and then hits Reigns with Sister Abigail! Wyatt costs Reigns the match much like he did with Dean Ambrose at Hell In A Cell!

Sheamus is the first man back into the ring. He sets up the ladder and climbs it before grabbing the briefcase but Neville climbs up with him and lays in some right hands! Sheamus pulls away at Neville’s hair and pulls him off the ladder. Sheamus then reaches up and unhooks the briefcase! Sheamus wins Money In The Bank and has a WWE Championship match whenever he likes! Good match to kick things off!

Rating: 7.25/10

There’s a “don’t try this at home” VT next which has been re-introduced recently.

Renee Young is backstage with Paige. Paige claims she had had no help from the other divas. she’s fed up with the Bella Twins and their power behind the camera. Paige says that if she takes away the Divas Championship tonight then she takes away their influence. And she’s doing it for Dusty.

Nikki Bella (c) vs. Paige – WWE Divas Championship match

This is a second pay per view singles match between these two girls, Nikki beat Paige at Fastlane. Paige is 1-0 at Money In The Bank events, Nikki Bella makes her debut at the event tonight. It’s a cagey start to the match until Nikki forces Paige into the corner. Paige reverses an kicks Nikki in the face causing Nikki to roll out of the ring. Nikki gets back in but Paige throws her right back out before hitting a cannonball off the apron. Paige then stands up on the barricade but Nikki puts her on her shoulders and drops Paige on the barricade. Nikki rolls Paige back into the ring and pins her for a two count. Paige then rolls out of the ring and Nikki smashes her into the apron. Nikki slides back into the ring and does press-ups as the other divas are shown watching backstage. Nikki hits a suplex on Paige for a one count. Nikki then applies a chinlock but Paige gets out of it and hits. a knee to the jaw for a two count. Nikki hits a clothesline for a two count and then hits a suplex for another two count.

Nikki Bella applies a body scissors but Paige elbows her way out of it. Paige hits some headbutts and knees. Nikki catches Paige with a facebuster and pins her for a two count. Nikki goes back to the chinlock but Paige fights out of it and hits a big kick to the face for a two count. Nikki hits a spinebuster for a two count in a back and forth match so far. No sign of Brie Bella which is interesting. I’m expecting botched twin magic. Paige hits some elbows and a running knee and then hits a takeover and locks on a version of the STF! Nikki gets to the bottom rope to break the hold and then hits an Alabama slam for a near fall. Nikki looks to setup for the rack attack but Paige fights her off and sets up for the PTO but Nikki crawls to the bottom rope before kicking her away. Nikki hits an elbow and then a springboard kick for a two count. Nikki sets up for the rack attack but Paige counters and hits the Ram-Paige but after hooking the leg, Nikki kicks out at 2.

Both girls climb to the top turnbuckle and then hammer each other down, both girls falling to the outside! We then see Brie Bella roll out from under the ring and rolls Nikki under, swapping places. Paige pulls Brie back into the ring but Brie rolls her up! Paige reverses the pin and gets the 3! Paige wins the match but Brie quickly explains that she is Brie, not Nikki! Paige kicks her away, Nikki gets back into the ring and hits a forearm and the rack attack for the three! Nikki Bella wins the match and retains the WWE DivaS championship! I really liked the finish to this match. It wasn’t a bad match at all to be honest.

Rating: 5.75/10

We’re shown some footage from the last couple pf Raw’s with Big Show making the challenge to Ryback.

The Miz is out next, unexpectedly. He has come out to commentate on this match.

Ryback (c) vs. The Big Show – Intercontinental Championship match

This is a first pay per view match between these two men. Ryback is 2-1 at Money In The Bank events, Big Show is 0-3. The bell rings and Ryback hits a spinebuster right out of the gate. Ryback then hits the meathook clothesline! Ryback motions for shellshock but Big Show fights him off. Ryback clotheslines his challenger out of the ring and then exits the ring himself and throws The Miz around! Ryback gets back into the ring but Big Show is waiting and hits him with a spear! Big Show hits a powerslam as the crowd chant for Ryder. Oh no, they’re chanting at Big Show to retire. Ryback fires back with some right hands but then runs into the shoulder of Big Show. Big Show looks for a chokeslam but Ryback counters with an armbar! Big Show gets to the bottom rope to break the hold. Ryback hits a running boot and then a suplex and a splash for a two count. Ryback motions for another meathook clothesline but Big Show counters and hits a chokeslam! He hooks the leg but Ryback kicks out.

The Big Show motions for the knock-out punch but Ryback ducks and tries to setup for shellshock but Big Show fights him off. Big Show then hits a knockout punch which sends Ryback to the outside. The Miz is now up and walks over to Ryback but Big Show scares him off. Big Show then rolls Ryback into the ring but Miz follows and assaults Big Show with a microphone! Miz then lays into Ryback before scarpering away! The announcement is made that The Big Show wins by disqualification but Ryback retains the Intercontinental Championship. Not a great match between these two men.

Rating: 3.5/10

There’s a VT next hyping up John Cena vs. Kevin Owens.

John Cena vs. Kevin Owens

This is a second PPV match between these two men. Owens beat Cena at Elimination Chamber two weeks ago. John Cena is 3-2 at Money In The Bank PPV’s, Kevin Owens makes his MITB debut tonight. Both men hold up their respective championships as Owens is till the NXT Champion. He gets cheered whilst Cena gets boo’d. Cena applies a headlock in the early going and then knocks down Owens with a shoulder tackle. Owens then applies a headlock before taking Cena down with a shoulder tackle. An “NXT” chant breaks out. Cena looks for an armbar but Owens drops him with a right hand. Owens applies a headlock but Cena shoots him off and hits a clothesline. Owens hits a dropkick and a senton for a two count and then applies a chinlock. Cena gets out of it and hits a dropkick before hitting two shoulder tackles and then looking for a side slam but Owens counters with a headlock takeover before hitting two shoulder tackles of his own and a side slam! KO motions for a five knuckle shuffle and hits it! Kevin Owens then sets up for the attitude adjustment but Cena counters and locks on the STF!

Owens crawls to the ropes so Cena breaks the hold. Cena then hits an inverted suplex for a two count. Owens hits a codebreaker for a two count and then looks for a pop-up powerbomb but Cena counters and hits a side slam and then the five knuckle shuffle! Cena looks for the attitude adjustment but Owens counters with a German suplex and then a cannonball for a near fall. The two men slug it out and Owens then hits his version of white noise for a near fall. KO goes to the top and looks for a senton bomb but Cena gets his knees up! Cena gets Owens up on his shoulders and hits an electric chair drop for a near fall. Cena then hits the attitude adjustment and hooks the legs but Owens kicks out! Cena can’t believe it. Cena pops Owens on the top rope but Owens counters and puts Cena up on his shoulder before hitting a sit-out powerbomb for a near fall. Owens then looks for the pop-up powerbomb but Cena counters with a hurricanrana! Owens then hits a superkick for a near fall.

John Cena hits a tornado DDT for a two count and then heads to the top but Owens moves out of the way of a fame-asser and hits a double underhook slam for a two count. Owens goes up to the middle rope but then hits a springboard moonsault! Cena gets out of the way and then hits an attitude adjustment, hooks the leg but Owens kicks out again! Cena pops Owens on the top rope, looking for a superplex but Owens counters with a superplex of his own for a near fall! Cena then locks the STF on out of nowhere! Owens gets to the middle rope to break the hold. Cena then botches a version of a Canadian destroyer but eventually hits the move for a two count. KO then hits a pop-up powerbomb out of nowhere! Owens lays in some right hands telling him to stay down. Cena hits a springboard stunner and then an attitude adjustment for the three! John Cena beats Kevin Owens tonight in a great matchup!

After the match Kevin Owens tells John Cena that he belongs in front of all these people. Owens responds by kicking Cena out of the ring and then powerbombing him into the ring apron! Owens then holds up the United States Championship along with his own NXT Championship.

Rating: 8/10

Renee Young is backstage with Dean Ambrose who has the WWE Championship belt over his shoulders. Ambrose hasn’t forgotten how he was robbed at this event last year by Seth Rollins. Dean says that the title belongs to him.

There’s a video package next celebrating the life and career of Dusty Rhodes.

The New Day (Big E & Xavier Woods) (c) vs. The Prime Time Players – WWE Tag Team Championship match

This is a first pay per view match between these two tag teams. The Prime Time Players are 0-1 at Money In The Bank events, Big E is also 0-1 whilst Xavier Woods wrestles at Money In The Bank for the first ever time. The New Day get on the microphone before the match and say that Kofi Kingston was screwed out of his match earlier. Big E keeps Xavier Woods positive. Xavier Woods and Darren Young kick off the match and exchange arm bars. There’s a bit of chain wrestling until Big E tags himself in and hits an overhead belly to belly suplex on Young. Big E lays in some stomps in the corner and tags in Xavier Woods who continues the stomps. The tag team champions make quick tags, keeping the stomp going before Big E fires Woods into Darren Young with a dropkick. Woods tags in Big E and they hit a double splash/legdrop combination for a two count. Big E applies an abdominal stretch, slapping away at Darren Young’s ribs as he does. Young fights out of it and hits some right hands but Big E drops him with a belly to belly for a two count.

Big E tags in Xavier Woods who hits a forearm in the corner. Xavier then locks on a million dollar dream but Darren Young hits knees to get out of it. Xavier hits a clothesline for a two count and then goes back to the million dollar dream. Titus O’Neil hasn’t managed to get into the ring yet. Young fights out of the million dollar dream and hits a sunset flip but Xavier tags in Big E who hits a urunage for a two count. Big E looks for a gut-wrench but Darren Young counters and then avoids a shoulder charge in the corner. Big E tags in Xavier Woods and Young tags in Titus! Titus increases the pace and disposes of Big E before tossing Xavier Woods across the ring. Titus hits a big splash on Woods and then a pounce! O’Neil gets a two count on the pinfall. Big E broke it up but Darren Young goes after Big E just for Big E to hit Darren with a big spear off the apron. Woods rolls up Titus for a two count. Titus then hits Clash Of The Titus on Xavier Woods for the three! The Prime Time Players beat New Day for the Tag Team Championships!

Rating: 4.5/10

We head off the the Money In The Bank kick-off panel of Renee Young, Byron Saxton, Corey Graves and Booker T! Corey Graves is in the minority with his prediction of Seth Rollins winning the main event tonight.

We’re told that at the next pay per view, Battleground, in 5 weeks time, Roman Reigns will go one on one with Bray Wyatt.

There’s a video package next showing how we got to Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose.

Seth Rollins is backstage. Kane, Jamie noble and Joey Mercury are laughing and Kane tells him that the future is history. Stephanie McMahon and Triple H are also there and Stephanie says that the whole future of the company is on his shoulder tonight and if Dean Ambrose wins tonight then they will have nobody else to blame but you. Triple H tells him to show them why he chose Seth and to show them why he isn’t the future, he is the now.

Seth Rollins (c) vs. Dean Ambrose – Ladder match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship

This is a fourth pay per view match between these two men. Seth Rollins has won two of the previous match and Dean Ambrose won the other. Seth Rollins is 1-0 at Money In The Bank events, Dean Ambrose is 0-2. The match starts in the standard way, headlock, shoot off. Ambrose hits a flying forearm and then a snapmare and an elbow drop. Ambrose applies a version of the STF but pulling back on Rollins hair. He hits some lefts and right and then an Irish whip but runs into Rollins elbow. Rollins then hits a running forearm and tosses Ambrose out of the ring. Seth looks to leave the ring but Ambrose suplexes him back in! Dean hits a bulldog and then runs at Rollins who counters and drops him on the middle turnbuckle. Rollins knee’s Ambrose out of the ring and then powerslams him out on the floor before throwing him into the steps. Rollins walks around the ring but Ambrose gets in the ring and hits him with a suicide dive.

Dean Ambrose throws Rollins into a ladder on the outside and then looks to take the ladder into the ring but Rollins attacks him from behind. Rollins then gets in the ring and looks to hit a suicide dive but Ambrose puts the ladder in the way. Dean slides the ladder into the ring and sets it up before climbing it but Rollins swats him down and climbs it himself. The two men then take it in turns to climb the ladder until they climb either side and slug it out at the top. They both battle back down to the ground where Ambrose throws Rollins into the ladder and then sets the ladder up in the corner. Ambrose looks to suplex Rollins on to the ladder but Rollins counters and looks to hit the suplex. Ambrose counters and hits a double underhook suplex onto the ladder! Ambrose hits a powerslam and then sets up the ladder and climbs it in the corner. Ambrose dives off with the vertical elbow drop. He then clotheslines Rollins out of the ring, moves the ladder to the middle of the ring and climbs it. Rollins gets back into the ring with a chair and swings it at Ambrose, knocking him off the ladder.

Seth Rollins climbs the ladder and Ambrose does enough to stop him but Rollins beats him back down. Seth then ties Ambrose’s leg up in the rope and nails him with a ladder. Rollins then locks on a leg lock around the ringpost as he targets the injured knee of his challenger. Back in the ring and Rollins locks on a figure four but Ambrose manages to reverse the hold. Rollins quickly gets out of the hold and then pops Ambrose on the top rope, tying him up in a tree of woe. Rollins swings a chair into Ambrose’s knee before hitting a double stomp. Rollins climbs up the ladder but Ambrose manages to break himself free and push over the ladder. Rollins tries to hit a springboard but Ambrose sweeps his leg and crotches him on the top rope. Ambrose then hits a clothesline off the middle rope. The two men get to their feet and slug it out until Ambrose clotheslines Rollins out of the ring and goes out with him. Rollins throws Ambrose into the barricade and then gets in the ring, picks up a ladder and throws it at Ambrose who manages to duck. Dean gets in the ring and hits a clothesline and then sets up for dirty deeds but Rollins escapes and rolls out of the ring.

Seth tries to escape through the crowd but Ambrose follows and the two men battle it out through the crowd. Rollins gets the better of Ambrose and makes it back to the ringside area. He lays a ladder down across the announce desk and Ambrose then re-appears and dives across the announce desks and takes out Rollins. They battle back into the ring where Rollins sets up for a powerbomb but Ambrose counters. Ambrose then back body drops Rollins through the ladder set up on the outside. Ambrose then pulls another ladder out from under the ring and slides it into the ring. He sets it up and climbs it but Rollins picks Ambrose up on his shoulders for a powerbomb just for Ambrose to counter with a hurricanrana and both men go sprawling to the outside. Ambrose and Rollins then slug it out on the Spanish announce table and Seth then sets up for a pedigree but Ambrose counters and hits dirty deeds! Ambrose gets back into the ring and climbs the ladder but Rollins just manages to get in with a tv monitor and smashes it into Ambrose’s knee!

Seth Rollins slowly climbs the ladder but Ambrose gets up and grabs on to the WWE Champions foot. Rollins kicks him away but falls to the mat himself. Seth then hits Ambrose with a pedigree! Rollins climbs the ladder but Ambrose manages to get to his feet and hang onto Seth’s foot. Seth kicks him away and then decides to exit the ring and run at Dean who sidesteps which sends Rollins to the outside. Rollins then drags Ambrose out of the ring and throws him into a ladder. Rollins then hits a running buckle bomb on Ambrose into the barricade. Rollins hits a second powerbomb into the barricade. Rollins then lays a ladder out on the floor and piles a couple of chairs on top of it before picking up Ambrose and hitting a sit-out powerbomb onto the ladder and chairs! That probably hurt Rollins as much as it hurt Ambrose. Seth gets back into the ring and slowly climbs the ladder but against Dean Ambrose gets up! He crawls back into the ring and then climbs the ladder alongside Rollins. Both men reach up for the title and both men grab it before they both crash to the floor with the title in their hands. Rollins manages to get grip on the title and the bell rings! Seth Rollins retains the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in the closest ladder match ever!

Triple H comes out and celebrates with Seth after the match. Rollins is then interviewed by Jojo who says that he told you so. He claims to be the best WWE World Heavyweight Champion of all time.

Rating: 7/10

And that was Money In The Bank 2015. It felt like a pretty run-of-the-mill pay per view. There were some good matches, others not so good. The Money In The Bank ladder match was a good one, my problem with these matches are that they seem so choreographed, more like a series of spots which means they don’t always flow too well. It was a star-studded field and it was Sheamus that won the match. Obviously Sheamus has been WWE Champion before so this match wasn’t about making a new star but it does push Sheamus back into the main event and he has been great since he returned, getting some real heel heat. I liked New Day coming out and getting involved, a win for Kofi could have been interesting. Sheamus wins though and it’ll be interesting to see when he cashes in his briefcase, especially as we currently have a heel champion.

Nikki Bella and Paige were next and this wasn’t a terrible match. I actually really liked the finish to this. They tried to beat Paige in the same way that they beat her before but this time Brie was pinned. You’d think it would be a disqualification win for Paige at that point but instead she got beat by Nikki. The divas division is pretty flat at the moment. Paige and Naomi have both had their title shots and lost but there isn’t anyone else you could see beating Nikki Bella at the moment. Maybe it’s time they looked to their talented women’s division in NXT? The Big Show then beat Ryback by disqualification because of an attack from The Miz. I can only see this leading to a triple threat match between the three. This wasn’t a great match and probably not the way Ryback envision his first Intercontinental Champion defence. Fully expecting a triple threat match for Battleground.

John Cena beat Kevin Owens next, it was a clean win which may or may not put an end to this feud. You’d think it would end to a gimmicked rubber match between the two, especially as Owens got his heat back after the match. A United States Championship match between the two would be good, especially as this feud derived from a United States Championship open challenge. Not sure why the title wasn’t on the line this time to be honest, considering Owens beat Cena at Elimination Chamber. Hopefully KO stays on the main roster, he has fit right in as one of the top heels in the company and his match with Cena tonight was a great one, better than their previous. The Prime Time Players then became WWE Tag Team Champions! Titus has been in the news recently as celebrity dad of the year so I think this may have something to do with that. New Day were good champions and have really found themselves recently so I expect them to be in or around the tag team title scene going forward. Not an amazing match but a great win for Titus and Darren Young. Xavier Woods takes the fall. I hope he isn’t supposed to be the “weak link” of the team.

In the main event Seth Rollins beat Dean Ambrose to retain the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. This was a clean win for Seth without any help from anyone else. It was a close finish with both men grabbing the title but Rollins fell with the title and remains as champion. I like Seth Rollins as champion, he’s having a great reign and I’m sure at some point he’ll have matches with Kane and Roman Reigns. This was a decent main event, not the greatest ladder match ever but still a good match. I’m not sure where this leaves Dean Ambrose but he has danced in and out of the WWE title scene, Intercontinental title scene and also had a feud with Bray Wyatt so he’s an easy guy to book.

Overall Rating: 60/100 (ranked joint 121st out of 316)

Match Of The Night: John Cena vs. Kevin Owens
Worst Match Of The Night: Ryback vs. The Big Show
Surprise Of The Night: Sheamus wins Money In The Bank
Worst Booking Of The Night: Not having the US title on the line
Superstar Of The Night: Seth Rollins/Sheamus
Money In The Bank 2015 Will Be Remembered For: Sheamus winning the MITB contract

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