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WWE Money in the Bank 2014 results: Seth Rollins wins briefcase, WWE title shot

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Seth Rollins is Mr. Money in the Bank after grabbing the briefcase for a guaranteed WWE world heavyweight championship title shot at tonight's pay-per-view (PPV) in Boston, Massachusetts.

During the pre-show, it was announced that Bad News Barrett would not, in fact, participate in the match due to his shoulder injury, and there would not be a replacement. That meant it was up to Jack Swagger, Dolph Ziggler, Kofi Kingston, Rob Van Dam, Seth Rollins, and Dean Ambrose to carry the show.

Did they ever.

There were too many amazing spots for me to recall here. Ambrose superplexed Rollins off the top of one of those gigantic ladders they make look even more gigantic by littering the ring with other, smaller ladders.

Everyone took big bumps, including Swagger, the biggest guy in the match.

They set up multiple spots for Ambrose and Rollins to do battle, both on the ladder and otherwise. That was the clear focus of the match. Late, Ambrose did a big DDT spot off the ladder with Swagger and doctors came rushing down saying he had dislocated his shoulder and he couldn't continue in the match.

He demanded he be able to do so, but they rushed him to the back anyway. JBL told us he was gone and not coming back.

They continued working insane spots after he left, with Ziggler nearly breaking his back, Kingston doing the same, and Rollins working shots with his trusty chair.

He started working his way up the ladder but Ambrose came running down with a chair and delivered a million shots. That paved the way for him to go up the ladder but aright as he was about to get to the top, Kane came rushing down and put a stop to it with a choke slam, then a Tombstone.

Rollins climbed back in the ring and grabbed the briefcase to win the match with Kane holding the ladder in place for him.

For complete Money in the Bank results and coverage of every match on the card click here.

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