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WWE: Money In The Bank 3 Seasons

Season 2010
4.2 out of 5 stars (14) IMDb 7.6/10

One of the most exciting match concepts in WWE history, Money in the Bank, is finally featured in its own pay per view spectacular!

Starring:
John Cena, Mike 'The Miz' Mizanin

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1. SmackDown Money In The Bank Ladder Match: The Big Show vs. Kane vs. Kofi Kingston vs. Christian vs. Matt Hardy vs. Drew McIntyre vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Cody Rhodes

Eight SmackDown Superstars compete in a career-threatening Money in the Bank match--the winner gets a coveted shot at the World Heavyweight Championship.

TV-PG Runtime: 35 minutes Release date: July 18, 2010

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2. Divas Championship Match: Alicia Fox vs. Eve Torres

Eve Torres attempts to reclaim the Divas Championship from Alicia Fox.

TV-PG Runtime: 8 minutes Release date: July 18, 2010

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3. Unified Tag Team Championship Match: The Hart Dynasty vs. The Usos

The Hart Dynasty must defend their Unified Tag Team Championship against the newly arrived Uso brothers.

TV-PG Runtime: 9 minutes Release date: July 18, 2010

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4. World Heavyweight Championship Match: Rey Mysterio vs. Jack Swagger

World Champion Rey Mysterio defends the title against the revenge fueled Jack Swagger.

TV-PG Runtime: 25 minutes Release date: July 18, 2010

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5. Women's Championship Match: Layla vs. Kelly Kelly

Layla of Laycool tries to hold off Kelly Kelly's championship challenge.

TV-PG Runtime: 7 minutes Release date: July 18, 2010

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6. Raw Money In The Bank Ladder Match: Randy Orton vs. John Morison vs. Evan Bourne vs. Mark Henry vs. Edge vs. Chris Jericho vs. The Miz vs. Ted DiBiase

Eight top RAW Superstars put life and limb on the line in an attempt to climb the ladder of success and grab an opportunity at WWE gold.

TV-PG Runtime: 32 minutes Release date: July 18, 2010

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7. Steel Cage Match for the WWE Championship: Sheamus vs. John Cena

WWE Champion Sheamus takes on John Cena inside a Steel Cage- will that be enough to keep the action in the ring and the members of the Nexus out?

TV-PG Runtime: 36 minutes Release date: July 18, 2010

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By D.P. VINE VOICE on July 22, 2010
Format: DVD
SmackDown Money In The Bank Ladder Match: Kane vs. Big Show vs. Matt Hardy vs. Christian vs. Kofi Kingston vs. Cody Rhodes vs. Drew McIntyre vs. Dolph Ziggler - As expected in a multiman ladder match, this was full of crazy moments & spots such as everyone went after the two biggest threats in the match right from the start in Kane & Show, Christian hip tossing Dolph Ziggler off the top of a ladder, Cody shoving Christian off a ladder & having him take out Big Show in the process, the spanish commentary table not making it through the first match thanks to Kofi Kingston, and Big Show doing a big splash on top of a ladder...with Christian & Matt Hardy underneath it. Big Show had a chance early in the match to climb a normal ladder but ended up breaking one of the steps & ended up destroying more of them out of fustration so he eventually pulled out his special re-enforced ladder that was so large & heavy that it took him a while to just get it in the ring leaving room open for Cody to go after Show's injured leg before delievering a memorable dropkick onto Kofi Kingston who was climbing the ladder. This new ladder was so heavy that nobody else was able to move it when Show was on it until Kane was able to tip it over & toss Show to the outside where he was buried underneath every single ladder in sight by everyone else. Kane then went on a rampage taking out the other competitors one by one including ramming Cody Rhodes into the back of an armored truck & chokeslamming Kofi Kingston ontop of the ladders that Show was buried under on his way to becoming SmackDown's Mr. Money In The Bank. This match was the quality you would expect with Show's personal ladder being a nice addition to the match.

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The PPV was a gripping night of grappling action. Both Raw's & Smackdown's MITB ladder matches were outstanding and stole the show. The World title match between Jack Swagger & Rey Mysterio had very good storytelling in a very good light. The Women's title match between Layla & Kelly Kelly was overbooked and was a very poorly executed contest. The Steel Cage match for the WWE championship between John Cena & Sheamus was kind-of forgettable & often-times very slow. The rest were ok. I give MITB 2010 a 8 out of 10.
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Intercontinental Champion Kofi Kingston Vs. Kane Vs. The Big Show Vs. Drew McIntyre Vs. Christian Vs. Matt Hardy Vs. Cody Rhodes Vs Dolph Ziggler (SmackDown Money In The Bank Ladder Match) - The show started out with a bang because this match simply was memorable. And as expected from the previous Money/Bank Ladder matches, this match was filled with many crazy and insane spots including the early showdown between Kane and the Big Show before Big Show finding out that a normal ladder just wouldn't suit him, Christian hip tossing Dolph Ziggler off one of the ladders, and the outside interaction among participants of the match before Kofi Kingston delivering his "Boom Drop" off the ladder onto Drew McIntyre through the announce table...which took McIntyre completely out of the match until the very end. From there, the Big Show went on a ladder spree taking out Kane and splashing himself onto a ladder with Christian and Matt Hardy underneath before introducing his re-enforced ladder that weighed 350 lbs. which took the Big Show awhile to get into the ring. That left room for Cody Rhodes to come in and take out the Big Show before hitting Kofi Kingston off the ladder with an amazing drop kick. Very soon after, the Big Show would get buried under numerous ladders before Kane taking charge and completely wipping out everyone in the match including throwing Dolph Ziggler and chokeslamming Kofi Kingston onto the numerous ladders the Big Show was buried under before climbing his way to victory. As expected, this match was high quality action you would expect in any other Money/Bank Ladder match and it did not disappoint whatsoever. 4.5/5

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I was a little weary about purchasing this event, but it turned out to be pretty decent. I found it much better than Fatal-4-Way, and just as good as Extreme Rules. As for the cover of the disc, who cares?

Smackdown Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Kofi Kingston vs. Christian vs. Kane vs. Big Show vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Drew McIntyre vs. Matt Hardy vs. Cody Rhodes
Probably the strongest choice for an opener that could've been chosen. I think we can give credit to all of the competitors in this match. There were a lot of high risk spots, and some new innovation that we've never seen in these matches before. Watch for the Big Show to break a couple of the rungs on the ladder, and then introduce one of the most interesting structures the WWE has over come up with. My only complaint, and this goes for the RAW ladder match as well, is that there are a couple of missed spots, and random flurries of offense. Someone will get in ring, act like they're about to take the briefcase, and then someone will magically come in the ring to stop them.. then they won't be seen for another 5 minutes. I like the idea of getting a lot of superstars into this match, but a little more thought should go into that. Overall it was a very entertaining ladder match.

Diva's Title:
Alicia Fox vs. Eve
This was definitely the stronger of the two, yes TWO, diva matches of the night. And actually, it was pretty decent, even for Alicia Fox's standards. She usually oversells the moves way too much, but manages to put together a pretty strong, well thought out match here. The women are actually given some time to work, and they deliver a very watchable contest.

Unified Tag Team Titles:
The Hart Dynasty w/ Natalya vs.
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