Watch WWE Money in the Bank 2010
Money in the Bank was a PPV that took place on July 18, 2010 at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri and presented by A&E’s Criss Angel Mindfreak. The main events were the two 8-man Money in the Bank matches. The Smackdown MiB match featured Big Show, Matt Hardy, Kane, Christian, Kofi Kingston, Cody Rhodes, Drew McIntyre, and Dolph Ziggler. The Raw MiB match featured Edge, Chris Jericho, Randy Orton, Mark Henry, The Miz, Ted DiBiase, Evan Bourne, and John Morrison. Sheamus defended his WWE Championship in a steel cage against John Cena, Rey Mysterio defended his World heavyweight Championship against Jack Swagger, and The Hart Dynasty defended the Tag Team Championship Belts against The Usos.
Money in the Bank 2010 is really a pay-per-view guaranteed to become so amazing that Came McIntyre even stated when anybody attending did not think so, he’d personally provide them with reimbursement.
The very first time, two Money in the Bank ladder matches is going to be featured within the same pay-per-view, one from each brand. Also, you will find five title matches around the card for that event.
Let us consider the card:
1) WWE Divas Championship: Alicia Fox (c) versus. Eve
Eve was granted a rematch last Monday night through the anonymous Raw GM since Fox feigned an injuries to 1-up her opponent. Alicia has certainly surprised me since Fatal Four Way, and around I wish to see Eve reclaim the gold, In my opinion Fox may ultimately retain it.
2) WWE Women’s Championship: Layla (c) versus. Kelly Kelly
I am honestly tired of this “co-Women’s Champion” factor between Lay-Awesome. And for me, Kelly arrives for any singles title (see my article on individuals who definitely are a champion this year). A botched interference from Michelle McCool-Taker will end up being Lay-Cool’s downfall as Kelly captures the gold.
3) WWE Unified Tag Team Championship: The Hart Empire versus. The Usos
The Hart Empire recently has endured from what I love to call “Swagger Syndrome.” They start to look bad on tv, but defy the chances and accomplish an incredible pay-per-view performance. Within the finish, the Usos will eventually be tag champs, although not tonight. Hart Attack ends it rather rapidly.
4) Smackdown Money in the Bank Ladder Match: Kane versus. Big Show versus. Christian versus. Kofi Kingston (IC Champion) versus. “Dashing” Cody Rhodes versus. Came McIntyre versus. Dolph Ziggler versus. Matt Sturdy
Despite his performance within the WM26 match, I am ruling out Kofi Kingston. History implies that since its beginning at Wrestlemania 21, no titleholder has ever grabbed the briefcase.
I am also scratching out Kane. His current storyline about looking for the one that incapacitated his brother may be the primary factor for him at this time. Big Show could have a little trouble unless of course he brings about that weird-searching ladder created to support his weight.
Cody Rhodes does well on his second singles run, however i think he must get a bit more experience by going lower the Intercontinental title path before he is able to be a World Heavyweight Champion. Same situation can be created for Ziggler.
To ensure that leaves Christian, Came, and Matt. Matt and Christian have an advantage over McIntyre due to their history in tag team ladder and TLC matches. Within the finish, a fight around the ladder leads to Captain Charisma getting his moment.
5) RAW Money in the Bank Ladder Match: The Miz (US Champion) versus. Ted DiBiase versus. Mark Henry versus. Edge versus. Randy Orton versus. Chris Jericho versus. Evan Bourne versus. John Morrison
Again, I am ruling out Miz, despite his amazing storyline with Orton and R-Truth. To see him win, then money in in the finish from the night would look pretty sad.
Mark Henry? I do not see him obtaining a WWE title soon unless of course it is a Tag match. He’s had many unsuccessful chances for that U.S. title against Miz already.
Despite Evan Bourne’s push, I believe he’s mainly within the match to really make it electrifying. Ladder matches are virtually the best place to display cruiserweight-like moves. Jericho continues to be reduced to jobbing to Bourne on three occasions, so giving a global title to him wouldn’t seem sensible.
The ultimate four? Edge, Orton, DiBiase, and Morrison. Edge and Orton is going to be too busy beating on one another through the match to have plenty of time to assert the situation, so it’ll come lower to DiBiase and Morrison. DiBiase has an excellent factor going, and to tell the truth, he’s my pick for that win. I properly selected Swagger for WM26, so I am wishing this year I am going 3-for-3.
6) WWE World Heavyweight Championship: Rey Mysterio (c) versus. Jack Swagger
Consider the details: Swagger was a fantastic champion, but he could complete the job, and that he has become obtaining a bigger crowd reaction than he did throughout his title reign. Rey-Rey was put into the Fatal Four Way match like a substitute for Undertaker and pinned Swagger to win his second world championship.
But as i such as the underdog story, I’ve always loved Swagger’s character. I have faith that obtaining the title away from the person who pinned him recently is going to be motivation enough for connecting using the gut-wrenching power explosive device and pin the best underdog.
7) WWE Championship Steel Cage Match: John Cena versus. Sheamus (c)
This is a real test of Sheamus’ skills. There won’t be any outdoors interference, no “lucky breaks,” as Cena place it it will likely be a way for Sheamus to try and beat Cena enough to earn the best make an impression on him.
This time around, there won’t be any Nexus around to go into the ring, although I am confident that there have been, Cena and Sheamus would again interact to remove them. With Cena’s experience, he’ll in some way escape this brutal match as WWE Champion once more.
Hold on, what’s this? DiBiase arrives with Maryse along with a referee, cashes in the briefcase, and requires a title match! Consider Cena was outdoors the ring, he can recuperate enough to finish it rapidly by looking into making the Fortunate Boy tap to the STFU (you heard right, the STFU).
Well, I understand you’ve differing opinions, so leave comments and allow me to read your comments, or leave your personal predictions below