Money in the Bank began with the World Heavyweight Championship MITB ladder match.
The match went on exactly as expected.
Tensai was there to provide big power spots. Sin Cara and Tyson Kidd were the high-flyers. Damien Sandow didn't do much of anything. Santino Marella was added for comedy.
Cody Rhodes, Dolph Ziggler and Christian were the best performers and showed why.
In the end—after way too many botched moves by everyone—Ziggler won it.
It had to be him or Rhodes.
Ziggler will now face Sheamus for the seventh or eighth time in two months.
Sheamus defended his WHC title against Alberto Del Rio in a match that could have been featured on SmackDown.
The highlight was Ziggler's attempt to cash-in the briefcase won in the match prior, only to be stopped by a Brogue Kick.
It was somewhat unique.
I just hope now Ziggler doesn't lose his cash-in—he shouldn't since the bell didn't ring.
Epico and Primo pulled off an upset against No. 1 contenders Prime Time Players. These two teams should continue to build the tag team division as both are quality teams.
Rosa Mendes helps Epico and Primo greatly.
Unfortunately, the actual tag team titles or champions weren't even featured on the card. They were in the pre-show. The move makes no sense.
Fans saw another chapter in the Daniel Bryan-CM Punk feud.
This time the stipulation was no disqualification and A.J. was the guest referee.
The bout was much less technical and much more brutal then their previous fights. Luckily, A.J. had little impact (the right move). Though, the love-triangle angle hasn't been answered.
Ryback finally got some decent opponents. He still won.
The Divas Championship wasn't on the line, but what's a PPV without the divas?
The good news: fans saw Tamina Snuka, Kaitlyn and Natalya receive some ring time. Even Eve wrestled. It was a change of pace from the Beth Phoenix and Layla matches.
The bad news: It was your standard divas match that still ended with Layla besting Phoenix.
The Miz made a surprise return and entered the WWE Championship MITB match.
It wasn't that bad of a match. The concept of former champions duking it out for another shot was different and they each played a fair sized part.
Johh Cena won in odd fashion as the cable broke and the briefcase seemed to fall into his hands.
In the end though, everyone expected to win did.