WWE Money in the Bank 2014
Looking back on the year that was for WWE in 2014. Up next: June, which saw the break up of The Shield, Batista quitting the company, Black Thursday, and two big pay-per-view events.
Because we can't help but complain incessantly about the current product WWE is offering at any given time, this feature gives you a weekly reminder of how much worse it could be. Because it really, really could be worse.
Seth Rollins won the Money in the Bank contract ladder match last night in Boston at the "Money in the Bank" PPV and when he got backstage he cut his first promo as "Mr. Money in the Bank". Watch it, read it, and tell us what you think about it.
With so much "If John Cena wins we complain online" going around, we thought it best to simply open up the thread and give you a place to book it better than WWE did at "Money in the Bank". Don't be shy. Get in here and prove you know better.
Get complete results and live coverage of every match on tonight's (June 29, 2014) WWE "Money in the Bank" PPV from Boston, featuring two ladder matches -- one for the WWE title, and one for a title shot -- and more. Plus, Daniel Bryan returns!
John Cena is probably winning the WWE world heavyweight championship at "Money in the Bank" tonight, but that's not what's best for business. No, that would be the return of Brock Lesnar and the deification of Paul Heyman. Allow me to explain...
We still have no official word from WWE on what Bad News Barrett's status is for tonight's (June 29, 2014) "Money in the Bank" PPV in Boston despite his suffering a separated shoulder just this past Tuesday. So what gives? (UPDATED)
Watch it rise before he rips it down, like he ripped out our hearts when he turned on The Shield. Yep, still bitter. Sorry, not sorry. Get your live Money in the Bank results and coverage here.
Check out the live stream of the WWE "Money in the Bank" Kickoff show starting at 7:30 p.m. ET tonight (June 29, 2014) from the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts, featuring Daniel Bryan's return for an interview to address his injury situation.
It was added late in the game (by The Game), but there will be a ladder match for a traditional Money in the Bank briefcase at tonight's PPV. Which of the seven, or six, men competing will win it? We examine each possibility in this preview.