WWE Money in the Bank 2013 Results and Report Card: Grading Every Match

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WWE Money in the Bank 2013 Results and Report Card: Grading Every Match
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"Career shortening."

"Dangerous."

"High risk."

The WWE has no illusions about what the Money in the Bank match is all about. Neither should fans. You're paying to see highly paid and enormously talented professional wrestlers throw themselves into, and off of, ladders of various heights.

It's almost always compelling television. That doesn't mean it's good. A car crash can be compelling tooand in a way, that's exactly what this is. Only, instead of a Nissan and a Toyota colliding, it's Sheamus and Daniel Bryan crashing full speed into a ladder.

Money in the Bank, for all its faults, isn't without import. It traditionally sets the table for the months to come. The men who win the briefcases will be featured on television, at least until they end the suspense and finally cash in. Stars are born with a win and established superstars are given new life.

It's almost always an exciting pay-per-view, and this edition was no exception. As always, I've graded each match from last to first. Disagree with my analysis? Let me know in the comments.

 

 

 

 

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