Raw Review: More Matches for Money in the Bank, Goodbye Vickie and More

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Raw’s go-home show for Money in the Bank was filled with last-minute surprises, ladder match additions and, yes, mud.

Vince McMahon’s imprints on Raw seem more apparent, as another week featured a WWE diva covered in a nefarious substance.

Guerrero celebrated her final appearance on Raw (for now) covered in mud before getting even with Stephanie McMahon, who also took a reluctant dive in the kiddie pool of doom. Too much of this slapstick humor and WWE may have to increase its janitorial budget, which we all know is against the promotion’s cost-cutting mindset at the moment.

Roman Reigns' mindset continues to be on the WWE World Heavyweight championship, as he was booked strongly headed into the pay-per-view event. With the addition of Kane, this match should be a slow-motion version of the Briefcase Ladder Match, which will feature athletic talents like Dolph Ziggler, Kofi Kingston and Seth Rollins.

Sheamus should be considered a dark horse in the slow-motion Ladder Match, as he has racked up more clean quality wins in the past month or so than anybody else. Money in the Bank winners tend to come out of the blue, so who’s to say Sheamus won’t be seeing gold?

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