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It's the golden opportunity that several WWE Superstars may only see once in a lifetime. Scale the ladder, grab the briefcase and punch your ticket into a main event match for a World Championship. Ushered in as a WrestleMania tradition and fully evolved into an annual pay-per-view event, the Money in the Bank Ladder Matches are some of the most popular and exciting traditions in WWE. This year, fans will once again cling to the edge of their seats as Superstars perform jaw-dropping maneuvers from death-defying heights for a chance to take the next step towards immortality. Plus, matches for the WWE and World Heavyweight Championships, featuring all the top Superstars in WWE.
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IC Champion Curtis Axel VS The Miz: It was alright, seen the match a dozen of times before.
Diva's Champion AJ Lee VS Katilyn: I skipped over this one. However, does anyone know how entertaining Big E is? The WWE never lets him talk but he's a funny guy. Of course he is the IC champ as the writing of this review & we know how useless that belt is in the current state of WWE.
Ryback VS Chris Jericho: I enjoy Ryback as a wrestler even though everyone thinks he is nothing more then a Goldberg clone. WWE brought him up the right way, squash jobbers, slowly move up the card, & then be in the main event. Much like another favortie star of mine, Damien Sandow, he is nothing more then a forgotten talent in the current WWE.
World Champion Albert Del Rio VS Dolph Ziggler: A very good match that i've seen on Smackdown dozen of times. The ending was exciting but then ruined when AJ Lee interferes & cost Ziggler the match.
WWE Champion John Cena VS Mark Henry: Henry puts on a tearful retirement speech on Raw before attacking Cena. It was a good match towards the end with Superman winning it.
Wyatt Family promo.
Money in the Bank ladder match for the WWE title with the returning RVD VS CM Punk VS Sheamus VS Christian VS Randy Orton VS Daniel Bryan: Very good main event
Extra match on the dvd featured a great tag match featuring The Shield beating the Uso's, which is a very good tag match & worth checking out.
Much like a dozen other reviews i've written about the current product, the wreslting is fine but if you watch Raw, Smackdown, & Main Event then your not watching anything speical. The only thing different was the M.I.B ladder matches but still a good event.
First, the DVD contains the event in its entirety, as it pertains to the pay-per-view portion, but it's bare-boned at best. Beyond the pay-per-view the only extra on the entire disc is the WWE Tag Team Championship match between The Shield and the Usos. While this would have been great (as I personally don't care for the interviews with the superstars as they are in character versus the actual person) the match that I had enjoyed so much during the pre-show has been horribly edited. Not only is the match half of its actual length, the match is cut up so that many of the most significant moments in the match are left out. It would be one thing to keep the match as how it aired during the pre-show with the breaks where the commercials would have been but too but to butcher the match further is too much. Normally I'm not one to complain but when one of the best matches of the year is put on a disc and its not in its entirety that just outright angers me. I'm not going to lie, having just watched my disc I'm pretty sour.
Second grip, is that the WWE has been pretty good about releasing some of its best pay-per-views on dual format by offering it on DVD and Blu-ray. If you have an HD television set that's larger than 26 inches than you'll know that even with a Blu-ray player augmenting the DVD the picture still looks a bit off. That's why I've enjoyed having the option of buying events on Blu-ray which truly allows the picture to shine. This particular event wasn't given an option for Blu-ray preorder until after the release of the DVD. Not only that but the release date for this Blu-ray isn't until November. A stark difference from when the "Payback" event was released and gained its own Blu-ray release. I bought my copy of "Money in the Bank" and really wish I could have had the option before receiving my DVD for the Blu-ray so I could have known to save for that release.
I'm really hoping that the Blu-ray release will have the full WWE Tag Team Match, or at least how it was presented during the pre-show) and my other grip is a temporary one until the release of the Blu-ray but I still say better advertizing should have been done to save fans on buying an event twice.
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