Wrestling pay-per-views are not cheap. They cost more than going to the movies, getting a couple of decent seats at a MLB game and nearly the price of a brand new video game.
If fans are going to shell out a lot of money, it should be expected that the shows they pay for live up to their potential and get them excited about the current product and future story lines.
In theory, a satisfied customer will then order the next one.
No show can be perfect, but sometimes WWE just makes glaring mistakes. It would actually be odd if they didn't make a few every show, and Money in the Bank 2012 was no exception.
Here are the top six mistakes that WWE made during the event.