WWE Money in the Bank 2012 Live Stream: Where to Catch Epic PPV Online

Justin WeltonAnalyst IIJuly 15, 2012


If the 2012 Money in the Bank WWE pay-per-view is anywhere close to last year's classic, the WWE Universe is in for a real treat.

Will it be as exciting? There is only one way to find out.

Watch it!

Here is all the information you need to know about Money in the Bank, including the live stream of the event. 


Where: US Airways Center in Phoenix, Ariz.

When: Sunday, July 15 at 8 p.m. ET

Watch: PPV

Live Stream: WWE.com


Money in the Bank Card

WWE Champion CM Punk vs. Daniel Bryan w/ AJ as special guest referee

World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus vs. Alberto Del Rio

WWE Championship MITB ladder match: John Cena vs. Chris Jericho vs. Big Show vs. Kane

World Heavyweight Championship MITB ladder match: Dolph Ziggler vs. Cody Rhodes vs. Christian vs. Tensai vs. Damien Sandow vs. Santino Marella vs. Tyson Kidd vs. Sin Cara

Kofi Kingston and R-Truth vs. Hunico and Camacho (pre-show match on YouTube)



Daniel Bryan Defeats CM Punk

AJ proves that she is alongside Daniel Bryan for the time being by turning on CM Punk. Bryan wins the WWE Championship, setting up a rematch at SummerSlam.


Sheamus Defeats Alberto Del Rio

This match doesn't do much for me. However, Sheamus' run should continue even though I wouldn't be shocked to see Alberto Del Rio walk away victorious.


John Cena Wins Raw MITB Match

It's John Cena, and the WWE would prefer to have him on the Main Event stage at SummerSlam. 


Dolph Ziggler Wins SmackDown MITB Match

Dolph Ziggler has Main Event status written all over him. He has good mic skills, great wrestling ability and swagger—and he's ultra-confident.

I'm not sure what the WWE doesn't see in him compared to some of the past champions. A perfect showcase of his abilities would be at SummerSlam. 


Kofi Kingston and R-Truth Defeat Hunico and Camacho

I'd prefer to see Hunico and Camacho victorious to set up a rematch down the line, but who knows what will really happen in this one?

Who really cares, either? The Tag Team Division is just about irrelevant.