danmad297:WWE Money in the Bank 2012 Review





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Published on Jul 16, 2012

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Dolph Ziggler won the Money in the Bank Ladder Match for a World Heavyweight Championship Contract
In one of the most fast-paced and brutal showdowns that the WWE Universe has witnessed in some time, the incomparable Dolph Ziggler reigned supreme over seven other Superstars to win the Money in the Bank Ladder Match and capture the extremely valuable World Heavyweight Championship contract. (MATCH PHOTOS)

The Showoff won his chance at greatness in one of WWE's most unique opportunities, where an exceptional field of competitors was pitted against each other in an all-out free-for-all. Surrounding the ring was an assortment of ladders for the Superstars to utilize to reach the prize that dangled 15 feet in the air: a contract that guarantees a title opportunity at the time and place of the winning Superstar's choosing. So far, everyone who cashed in his contract has come away from the challenge as a new champion.

With such high stakes on the line, the struggle was intense from the word "go," as every one of the eight grapplers attempted to assert themselves early in the hopes of being the one to reach the top of the ladder - including Santino, who was so energized, he tried to jump his way to the contract without the benefit of the rungs.

The ruthless Tensai struck first, viciously attacking Tyson Kidd as payback for an upset victory by the high-flyer prior to the pay-per-view. But before Tensai could capitalize, Christian and Kidd teamed up to take down the massive force of nature.

Santino, Christian and Kidd climbed the ladder at the same time, only to have the rungs taken out from under them by the treacherous, yet fast-thinking, Damien Sandow.

Ziggler and Cody Rhodes soon pushed their way into the center of the action, only to be thrown for a loop by the gravity-defying Sin Cara. This eventually led to a dangerous fall from the top rope by both Ziggler and the masked Superstar.

Moments later, an excruciating fall by Christian made it look like he could have broken a rib, but that didn't stop the uncontrollable melee for a second.

The Miz announced he would be in the night's Money in the Bank Ladder Match for a WWE Championship Contract

World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus def. Alberto Del Rio
When the dust settled, Del Rio clutched his jaw, no doubt wishing he attacked Sheamus' legs rather than his arm. As The Celtic Warrior celebrated, Rodriguez and Del Rio attacked the champion, prompting Dolph Ziggler to race to the ring, in the hopes of cashing in his newly won Money in the Bank World Championship contract.

As Del Rio tried to stop Ziggler multiple times, Sheamus recovered, taking out The Showoff with a Brogue Kick before the official could call for the bell. Ultimately, The Celtic Warrior walked out of the U.S. Airways Center with his World Heavyweight Championship intact and Ziggler remained Sheamus most opportunistic challenger.

Epico & Primo def. The Prime Time Players
WWE Champion CM Punk def. Daniel Bryan (AJ as special guest referee)
Ryback def. Curt Hawkins & Tyler Reks - 2-on-1 Handicap Match
Divas Champion Layla, Kaitlyn & Tamina def. Eve, Beth Phoenix & Natalya


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