It's been a rocky road toward Money in the Bank, but with the pending pay-per-view drawing near, on Sunday, it's safe to say that WWE has done a superb job of building up the card. This week's programming had the task of hyping each advertised match and getting viewers excited for the event, and the WWE succeeded.
Roman Reigns solidified himself as a favorite to win Sunday's WWE World Heavyweight Championship Ladder match when he stood tall at the end of Raw, Main Event and SmackDown. Will he leave Boston as champion, or will The Authority thwart his plans once again?
Another former member of The Shield, Seth Rollins, also left a lasting impression this week, winning on Raw and Main Event and ambushing Dean Ambrose on SmackDown. Will Rollins be the one to pull down the championship contract at Money in the Bank, or will Ambrose prevent him from doing so?
After a nine-year run in WWE, Vickie Guerrero's tenure with the company was cut short this week when she was fired by Stephanie McMahon. Could we see Guerrero back on WWE TV again sometime in the near future, or is it really the end of the line for her on-air character?
I will break down the week in wrestling by analyzing all of WWE's weekly programs and occasional pay-per-views, including each show's highlights, low points and other noteworthy, monumental moments. Also, I will give an award to the show and Superstar who shined the brightest over the course of the week.