Randy Orton won the match after hitting Rob Van Dam with an RKO off the ladder.
"The man dubbed Mr. Monday Night is on a roll."—Michael Cole on a returning Rob Van Dam.
"The Bingo Hall is being replicated here."—JBL on the famous ECW Arena.
"All shapes and sizes."—Cole as Christian hits almost everyone with an inexplicably small ladder.
"This is about retrieving the briefcase, not breaking somebody in half."—King as Sheamus seemed to forget that.
"This isn't going to end well."—King as all six men stand on two ladders.
"We want tables. We want tables."—ECW fans in the crowd.
"Christian could win this thing right here."—JBL. He didn't sound convinced.
"Rob Van Dam."—Crowd as RVD leaps off the tippy top of the ladder onto Christian.
"The world's toughest idiot may win another Money in the Bank ladder match."—JBL as Daniel Bryan cleans house.
"What are you messing with him for?"—Paul Heyman to an unconscious Curtis Axel who interfered with the match for unknown reasons.
"I'm not sure what we're seeing here."—Cole. We were seeing Heyman turn on Punk.
- Big pop for a returning Rob Van Dam who looks exactly like he did 10 years ago. Has he been in TNA or a time machine?
- All the crazy high flying and one of the spots that resonated the most was a right hand by Sheamus on Christian right through the rungs of the ladder. Low and awesome.
- Punk took a bow after riding the ladder down to the mat with poor Sheamus underneath. Nice little touch.
- Daniel Bryan did all of his regular high-intensity offense, but did it into a ladder. That man is legitimately crazy.
- Not sure why Curtis Axel came down or why exactly Heyman turned on Punk just as he was about to win the match. Seems like he would have been better off siding with Punk. I guess we'll hear all bout it on Raw.
Analysis and Grade
A-. Well, the cars crashed.
If that's what you paid for, that's what you got. These are six of the WWE's top talents, so of course the match delivered. Sheamus, in particular, was great in this match. He took and delivered the big spots, and there is something about the over-the-top brutality that makes even his basic offensive look, well, just plain mean.
Orton didn't deliver much besides to spectacular finish. Is the WWE ready to get behind him again? Talent has never been the issue for The Viper. Maybe he's finally ready to take his place at the top of the promotion?