The Good, the Great and the Awesome from SmackDown (June 20)

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The Good, the Great and the Awesome from SmackDown (June 20)

With Money in the Bank just over a week away, WWE SmackDown hit the Syfy airwaves with a show focusing heavily on the WWE World Heavyweight Championship Ladder match.

The competitors involved in the June 29 main event started and closed the show, ensuring that they left an impression on the fans still deciding whether or not to purchase the annual event.

Roman Reigns was the unquestioned star of the broadcast, coming face-to-face with John Cena at the top of the show and tearing through the competition and winning the night's main event handicap match for the babyfaces. The image of him, Cena and Sheamus staring up at the top prize in all of sports entertainment really hammered home the importance of the impending match and helped cap off a great night of build for it.

Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins continued their war of attrition. Despite doing a lot of talking, it was Ambrose who found himself on the receiving end of a Curb Stomp courtesy of Rollins, whose Friday night was far more successful than that of his former partner.

Dolph Ziggler stated his case for a spot in the Money in the Bank Contract match by defeating intercontinental champion Bad News Barrett, and Bo Dallas continued his winning ways with an assist from Layla and Summer Rae.

As WWE continues its road to Money in the Bank, relive the best of the best from Friday's SmackDown with "The Good, the Great and the Awesome."

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