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WWE: Money in the Bank: Review - A new champion is crowned

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It was billed as the most unpredictable night of the year and it paid up to it's billing as The Authority ran riot, but didn't have it all their own way.

Seth Rollins walked out with the Money in the Bank briefcase meaning that he has a future title shot any time he pleases after Kane came out to help him and took out Dean Ambrose in the process. 

The Authority then came out to congratulate their new member at the top of the ramp, this will add more fuel to the already burning rivalry between the former team mates and help build up their inevitable show down at Battleground.

The Usos retained their tag titles despite many close calls against the strange pairing of Luke Harper and Erick Rowan, the descendants of The Wyatt family looked like they could have had it all their own way but Jimmy and Jey kept up the momentum and managed to pin Rowan after two splashes.

Paige's title was also on the line as she defended against Naomi with Funkadactyls team mate Cameron at ringside, Cameron didn't involve herself despite many thinking she would and Paige retained her belt after a fierce DDT. Nothing happened after the match either which begs the question of what direction WWE can take the divas division now.

The second divas match on the card was Layla v Summer Rae with Fandango as guest referee, Layla got the win in what was a pretty shoddy match and by far the worst of the night, and then looked like she accidentally kicked Summer in the face after the match as her and Fandango embraced.

Goldust and Stardust continued their run of results as they pinned the team that seemed to have Cody's number a mater of weeks ago when Axel accidentally his his own partner, could this be the beginning of the end of the team known as Rybaxel?

Predictably, Rusev got the win over Big E as well to maintain his 100% record in the WWE, but this was not the easy match he was expecting, Big E put up a fight and almost broke out of the Accolade but ultimately Russia ran out victorious again.

Adam Rose somehow made it onto the card as he came out dispose of Damien Sandow, to what was a really good ovation for the leader of the Exotic Express.

And the final match of the night saw John Cena life the WWE World Heavyweight Championship for the first time after an AA to both Bray and Orton, the 14-time World Champion climbed the ladder and took the title before staring down the Authority who were not happy at ringside.

Roman Reigns was a big presence throughout the match, but ultimately it was the ladder match veterans in Randy Orton and John Cena who carried the match and the latter now has the title and all the plaudits that come with it.

So that's Money in the Bank over, we are now firmly on the narrow road to Summerslam, just one more stop before the biggest party of the summer! Fasten your seatbelt, tonight's fall out is going to be epic! 

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