Thursday, 18 August 2016

WWE Money in The Bank 2016 Results

WWE Money in The Bank 2016 Results

WWE Money in The Bank 2016 Results

There were some massive twists and turns at Money in the Bank with the end result leaving all the fans greatly surprised.

Just moments after Seth Rollins regained the World Heavyweight Championship at WWE Money in the Bank, Dean Ambrose came from behind, cashed in his newly won MITB briefcase and pinned Rollins to win his first world championship. The following are the results:

United States Championship: Rusev vs. Titus O’Neil:

Titus O’Neil returned back to WWE action after serving his stupid suspension. And straightaway, he was given a United States title shot against Rusev. The result was predictable as Rusev winning and retaining his U.S championship never looked in doubt.

It was never a question for the Big Russian, who made the match look so easy. O'Neil's family and children were ringside for the match, and Rusev made sure to go and ridicule them after beating their dad on Father’s day.

Winner: Rusev.

A.J.Styles vs. John Cena:

This match was worth every penny for the fans! High-octane, high energy and non-stop action! Both Cena and Styles gave all they could but in the end, it was the latter who emerged out victorious in a bizarre circumstance.

Cena and Styles exchanged submission moves and then finishing moves with Cena's Attitude Adjustment and Styles' Styles Clash both resulting in near pinfalls. Styles’ tried for the audacious shooting star press from the top rope, but Cena rushed to break the move. Ultimately, Cena hit another Attitude Adjustment and the game looked set for him, only to see Styles’ feet kick the referee and knocked him out of the ring.

After the ref became unconscious, the rest of The Club ran to the ring to thrash Cena. After beating Cena, the Club placed Styles’ on top of Cena as the referee glided back at the right time for the pin count.

Winner: A.J.Styles.

Money in the Bank Ladder Match: Dean Ambrose vs. Cesaro vs. Chris Jericho vs. Kevin Owens vs. Sami Zayn vs. Alberto Del Rio:

Another scintillating bout—a typical Money in the Bank match! Exquisite moves all over from the superstars, endless action and almost everyone climbed the near the top of the ladder.

Things turned ugly when with Zayn bodyslamming Owens on top of a ladder laying vertically on the mat. The ladder were set up like an A in the middle of the ring and everyone had the opportunity at one point of time to get the briefcase.

However, Dean Ambrose found free space to rise to the top of the ladder and grab the briefcase. The MITB win gave him a chance to cash in for a World Heavyweight Championship opportunity, and things panned exactly the way, an intelligent fan had hoped of.

Winner: Dean Ambrose.

Apollo Crews vs. Sheamus:

It was exciting to see young Apollo Crews thump Sheamus for a clean victory. What was even good about the win was that Crews did no dirty work and is working enormously hard to develop his career in WWE.

After Sheamus connected with White Noise from the top rope, he was left frustrated on the canvas for only getting a two count. Seeing Sheamus distracted, Crews grabbed the glorious opportunity and rolled the Celtic Warrior for the 1-2-3.

From the jaws of defeat, Crews’ acumen and alertness won him the game and if he continues to develop this way, there is a bright future ahead for this young star.

Winner: Apollo Crews.

Dolph Ziggler vs. Baron Corbin:

This was not the first time the two were up against each other. Corbin has picked up a victory before against Ziggler and he imitated the same, picking up a crystal clear victory.

From the onset, Corbin dominated the game, which gave Ziggler almost no chance to recover. Corbin with point of the elbow to the head and Corbin hooks Ziggler up but Ziggler blocks with punches. Headbutt sends Corbin to the mat. Ziggler gets his balance and Corbin shakes the ropes causing Ziggler to lose his balance and in the end, hits an End of Days for the pinfall.

Winner: Baron Corbin.

WWE Tag-Team Championship (Fatal 4-Way): Enzo Amore & Colin Cassady vs The Vaudevillains vs The New Day vs The Club:

Big Cass launched Amore out of the ring onto the rest of the participants, with the early highlight of the game. Standoff between all four teams and a brawl breaks out. Gallows gets clotheslined over the top rope. A standoff between New Day and Enzo and Cass.

At one point it looked as if they might pull off the surprise win. But, the scripts were something different. Cass takes out Gallows. Kingston tagged in. Enzo avoids Trouble in Paradise. English tags in hits the Whirling Dirvish on Kingston. Big E spears Gotch through the ropes to the floor.

Big E tags in. Anderon with a knee to the back. Gallows kicks Woods and The club pick English up and hit The Magic Killer. Big E breaks up the nearfall and picks Anderson up on his shoulder. Cass takes out Gallows with a big boot as New Day hit the double team on Anderson for the three count to retain their tag team titles.

Winner: New Day.

Golden Truth vs. Breezango:

Nothing spectacular in this game. Golden Truth always had the upperhand and eventually, Goldust picked the victory through pinfall.

Winner: Golden Truth.

WWE Championship: Roman Reigns vs. Seth Rollins:

The start of this match was relatively slow as both Reigns and Rollins took time to settle down. Reigns and Rollins lock up and Reigns backs Rollins into the corner. Side headlock takedown by Rollins. Reigns gets to his feet. Irish whip and Reigns cuts Rollins down with a shoulder tackle.

The game finally came to life with high-energy moves -- Falcon's Arrow, one-handed lift-up powerbomb—but no end product.

Outside the ring, trying for the signature spear, Reigns crashed out with the barricade after Rollins sensed the danger and moved away. Back inside, Reigns executed the spear finally which resulted in a two count. Rollins responded brilliantly—he made Reigns spear turn into a high-flying pedigree, only for a two count.

Reigns looks for another spear to finish things off, instead, Rollins turns in into a second pedigree for the three count. This allowed Rollins to regain the world championship in his first match back after surrendering the title due to injury back in November.

Rollins hardly had any moments to celebrate his win, as Dean Ambrose’s music took the centrestage. Rollins’s eyes were set at the entrance as he tried to find the Ambrose. Once he turned around, Ambrose blasts Rollins with the briefcase and cashes in, with the ref gliding inside.

Ambrose hooked Rollins and delivered his finishing move Dirty Deeds for the three count.

The winner of the match and new WWE Champion: Dean Ambrose.