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WWE Money In The Bank 2013
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
July 14, 2013

Pre-Show: WWE Tag Team Championships
The Shield © defeated The Usos

World Heavyweight Championship Money In The Bank Ladder Match
Antonio Cesaro defeated Wade Barrett, Cody Rhodes, Dean Ambrose, Fandango, Jack Swagger and Damien Sandow

WWE Intercontinental Championship
Curtis Axel © defeated The Miz

WWE Divas Championship
AJ Lee © defeated Kaitlyn

Singles Match
Chris Jericho defeated Ryback

World Heavyweight Championship
Alberto Del Rio © defeated Dolph Ziggler

WWE Championship
John Cena © defeated Mark Henry

WWE Championship Money In The Bank Ladder Match
Daniel Bryan defeated CM Punk, Randy Orton, Rob Van Dam, Sheamus, Kane and Christian


In the Money In The Bank pre-show exclusive, the dominant duo of Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns, representing The Shield, were successful in defending their WWE Tag Team Championships over The Usos. Over the past few weeks, Jimmy and Jey really took the fight to the Hounds Of Justice, but Reigns and Rollins proved once again why they are indeed the Champions. In a match that featured a Tower Of Doom that will feature on many highlight videos for years to come as well as several breathtaking sequences from all four men, Roman Reigns managed to get the three count on Jimmy Uso after a Seth Rollins Bucklebomb followed up by a devastating Spear from the muscle of The Shield.

The Official PPV kicked off with a bang, as seven hungry superstars put it all on the line, all in the name of becoming Mister Money In The Bank. Bodies were broken, dreams were crushed and alliances were ended, as seven of the youngest and best WWE Superstars battled for over fifteen minutes, and in the end it was The Swiss Superman himself, Antonio Cesaro, who managed to climb the ladder, unhook the briefcase and guarantee himself a future World Heavyweight Championship opportunity. The match began with two alliances: Jack Swagger and the winner, Antonio Cesaro, as well as Team Rhodes Scholars: Cody Rhodes and Damien Sandow. However, it is safe to say that one of those duos will not be as friendly come Monday Night Raw tomorrow night, and that is the latter of the two duos, Team Rhodes Scholars, as The Intellectual Saviour Of The Masses battered and bruised his best friend after Cody accidentally knocked Damien off of the ladder following a Bullhammer Elbow from Wade Barrett. Sandow inflicted that much punishment on Cody, that Rhodes had to be escorted out of the arena and taken to a local medical facility on a stretcher.

After shocking the world and becoming the WWE Intercontinental Champion at Payback, the newest "Paul Heyman guy" Curtis Axel was on a roll, defeating a wide array of WWE Superstars on Raw, Smackdown and Main Event. However, The Miz was also on a roll and managed to convince Raw General Manager, Vickie Guerrero, that he deserves a shot at the championship as he was not pinned in the triple threat match at Payback in which Axel won the title, Wade Barrett was. So heading in to Money In The Bank, both men had tonnes of momentum on their side and it made for a thrilling encounter. But after almost ten minutes of back and forth action, Curtis Axel drilled The Miz with the move his father made famous, The Perfectplex, and got the one-two-three cleanly in the centre of the ring to retain the title.

In one of the most personal Divas matches in WWE history, the crazy and corrputed AJ Lee successfully retained her WWE Divas Championship over a visibly upset, emotional and distracted Kaitlyn, whom AJ won the title off last month at Payback. Weeks and weeks of constant mind games paid their price in this match, as Kaitlyn was obsessed with hurting AJ rather than getting the job done and getting the victory, and in the end that came to bite the former fitness model in the ass, as AJ managed to recover and cause the former champion to submit following the Black Widow on the injured left arm of Kaitlyn.

The next match featured a huge clash of styles, as the wily veteran Chris Jericho managed to get one over on the behemoth that is Ryback. Ryback dominated the match for the majority, outpowering and outmaneuvering the former multi-time World Champion, but in the end, Y2J showed the heart and resilience that brought him to the dance all those years ago, as he squirmed out of the clutches of Ryback who was looking for The Shellshock, and managed to roll him up with a good old fashioned School Boy.

The first main event of the evening was for the World Heavyweight Championship, and it was a hell of a contest between two of the most athletic and impressive superstars on the roster. As one would expect from the cunning champion, he targeted the previously-concussed head of Dolph Ziggler, which is what won him the championship in the first place, however this time, Ziggler was more than 100% fit, unlike Payback. Dolph showcased his heart and his desire, as he absorbed all of Del Rio's punishment, only to come back and bewilder Alberto with some stunning offense of his own. One thing Dolph couldn't absorb and overcome, though, was the outside interference from Alberto's personal ring announce and general lacky, Ricardo Rodriguez, and despite Big E Langston's best efforts, it was too little too late, because by the time Langston had cleared the ringside area of Ricardo, Del Rio had already low blowed Ziggler and creamed him with a vicious Superkick for the three count.

The penultimate match of the evening saw John Cena, the WWE Champion, defend his title against arguably his toughest task to date: The World's Strongest Man, Mark Henry. As you would expect from Cena, he took the fight right to Henry, and the Champ was certainly not intimidated by Henry's size or strength, but that doesn't mean Henry didn't cause John some problems. No matter how much John weakened Henry, the big Texan was just too heavy for Cena to lift up for the AA. However, Cena kept battling and somehow, someway managed to lock The World's Strongest Man in the STF and got Henry to tap out for the victory.

The main event was arguably the most star-studded main event in WWE Pay-Per-View history, as seven former World Champions sacrificed it all for the chance to once again become champion, however much like the opening match of the night, only one man can be successful, and despite 15 years of people telling him he couldn't do it, Daniel Bryan shocked the world and unhooked the briefcase, becoming a two-time Money In The Bank holder, but never were the obstacles higher and the task at hand more difficult. Sheamus and Kane threw the other five, much smaller, competitors around like rag dolls. Randy Orton used his cunning to outsmart and outgun the others. Christian used his wily veteran senses to almost unhook the briefcase. The returning Rob Van Dam used the raucus crowd support to spur him on, whilst CM Punk used his impeccable striking techniques to his advantage, but none of that was good enough. The most shocking thing coming out of this match, however, may just involve CM Punk as his agent and "best friend", Paul Heyman, entered the ring and pulled Punk off of the ladder, before smashing the Best In The World with the ladder several times, causing Punk to be taken away on the stretcher and requiring several stitches on his forehead. Nevertheless, that does not take away from what Daniel Bryan accomplished last night, as the Pay-per-View came to a close with Bryan standing on top of the ladder, briefcase in hand, and 15,000 fans in the Wells Fargo Center screaming his name.

*The WHC Money In The Bank went exactly how it went in real life, except Sandow turned on Cody after Cody accidentally knocked Sandow off of the ladder following a Bullhammer Elbow from Wade Barrett, and Antonio Cesaro was the eventual winner.

*Curtis Axel and The Miz was exactly the same other than instead of that shitty neckbreaker Curtis Axel does, he got the win with The Perfectplex.

*AJ vs. Kaitlyn was exactly the same.

*Ryback vs. Chris Jericho ended when Ryback had Jericho up for the Shellshock, Jericho slipped out and rolled Ryback up for the threecount. Ryback had dominated the majority of the match.

*Alberto Del Rio vs. Ziggler was a very competitive contest, and instead of ending with AJ costing Dolph the victory, it was Ricardo who distracted the ref and Berty' low blowed Ziggler and nailed him with the Superkick. Big E was at ringside for Dolph, but it was too little, too late. AJ played no part in this match, Dolph lost because of a RR distraction.

*Cena vs. Henry was exactly the same.

*Kane was indeed in the match, as Bray Wyatt hasn't debuted yet. The altercation between Punk and Heyman remained the same, the only difference is that Daniel Bryan was the one who took advantage of it, no Randy Orton.


| Male Superstars |

Alberto Del Rio
Alex Riley
Antonio Cesaro
Big Show
Big E. Langston
Bo Dallas
Brock Lesnar
Brodus Clay
Chris Jericho
CM Punk
Cody Rhodes
Curt Hawkins
Curtis Axel
Damien Sandow
Daniel Bryan
Darren Young
David Otunga
Dean Ambrose
Dolph Ziggler
Drew McIntyre
Evan Bourne
Ezekiel Jackson
Heath Slater
Jack Swagger
Jey Uso
Jimmy Uso
Jinder Mahal
John Cena
Justin Gabriel
Kofi Kingston
Mark Henry
Mason Ryan
Randy Orton
Rey Mysterio
Rob Van Dam
Roman Reigns
Santino Marella
Seth Rollins
Sin Cara
Ted DiBiase
The Great Khali
The Miz
The Rock
The Undertaker
Titus O'Neil
Triple H
Tyson Kidd
Wade Barrett
William Regal
Yoshi Tatsu
Zack Ryder

| Female Superstars |

AJ Lee
Alicia Fox
Brie Bella
Natalya Neidhart
Nikki Bella
Rosa Mendes
Summer Rae
Tamina Snuka

| Tag Teams and Stables |

3MB - Heath Slater, Drew McIntyre, and Jinder Mahal
Bella Twins, The - Brie Bella and Nikki Bella
Colóns, The - Epico, Primo and Rosa Mendes
Dolph Ziggler, Big E. Langston and AJ Lee
Funkadactyls, The - Cameron and Naomi
Primetime Players, The - Darren Young and Titus O'Neil
Real Americans, The - Antonio Cesaro, Jack Swagger and Zeb Coulter
Rey Mysterio and Sin Cara
Shield, The - Seth Rolins, Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose
Tons of Funk - Brodus Clay and Tensai
Usos, The - Jimmy Uso and Jey Uso

| Other Personel |

Booker T | Smackdown General Manager
Brad Maddox | Assisstant to Vickie Guerrero
JBL | Raw and Smackdown Commentator
Jerry Lawler | Raw Commentator
Josh Matthews | Smackdown Commentator and Backstage Interviewer
Justin Roberts | Raw Ringside Announcer
Lillian Garcia | Smackdown Ringside Announcer
Michael Cole | Raw Commentator
Paul Heyman | Agent for Brock Lesnar, Curtis Axel and CM Punk
Renee Young | Backstage Interviewer
Ricardo Rodriguez | Alberto Del Rio's Personal Ring Announcer
Triple H | WWE Chief Operating Officer
Vince McMahon | WWE Chairman
Zeb Coulter | Manager of Antonio Cesaro and Jack Swagger


| Championship History |

John Cena
Defeated The Rock
Wrestlemania 29 - ???


Alberto Del Rio
Defeated Dolph Ziggler
Payback 2013 - ???


Dean Ambrose
Defeated Kofi Kingston
Extreme Rules 2013 - ???


Curtis Axel
Defeated Wade Barrett and The Miz
Payback 2013 - ???


The Shield (Reigns & Rollins)
Defeated Team Hell No
Extreme Rules 2013 - ???


AJ Lee
Defeated Kaitlyn
Payback 2013 - ???


NXT Commisioner: Dusty Rhodes
NXT Commentators: William Regal and Tony Dawson
NXT Ring Announcer: Byron Saxton

NXT Champion: Bo Dallas
NXT Tag Team Champions: Corey Graves and Adrian Neville
NXT Women's Champion: Paige


| Male Superstars |

Adrian Neville
Aiden English
Alexander Rusev
Angelo Dawkins
Baron Corbin
Bo Dallas
Braun Stowman
Bray Wyatt
Bull Dempsey
Cal Bishop
Chad Owens
CJ Parker
Cole Andrews
Colin Cassady
Conor O'Brian
Corey Graves
Danny Burch
Dante Dash
Enzo Amore
Erick Rowan
Jason Jordan
Judas Devlin
Kassius Ohno
Knuckles Madsen
Leo Kruger
Luke Harper
Mickey Keegan
Mojo Rawley
Oliver Grey
Richie Steambot
Rick Victor
Sami Zayn
Samuray Del Sol
Sawyer Fulton
Scott Dawson
Shaun Ricker
Solomon Calihan
Sylvester Lefort
Travis Tyler
Troy Mclain
Tyler Breeze
Xavier Woods

| Female Superstars |

Charlotte Flair
Rebecca Quinn
Sara Del Rey
Sasha Banks
Summer Rae



· Registered
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Now that Bryan has won Money in the Bank for the 2nd time in his career...because Bryan won a Money in the Bank Ladder Match before when he was a member of the Smackdown roster he won that Money in the Bank and he went on to cash it in to become World Heavyweight Champion and now that Bryan has won the RAW briefcase he is pretty much guaranteed to become WWE Champion so it should be interesting to see when Bryan cashes in

And Cesaro since he has won the Smackdown Money in the Bank Ladder Match he is pretty much guaranteed to become the new World Heavyweight Champion so I wonder when Cesaro will cash in? Cesaro being a "Real American" I wonder what Swagger will think of his tag team partner winning Money in the Bank? I wonder if Zeb Coulter will start paying more attention to Cesaro and less attention to Swagger setting up Swagger's face turn?

Hopefully you have Cody turn face on Sandow and soon

· X Gon' Give It to Ya
1,545 Posts
I really love it that Antonio Cesaro was able to win the World Heavyweight Championship Money in the Bank Ladder Match by climbing the ladder and grabbing the World Heavyweight Championship Money in the Bank Briefcase meaning that he has a match for the World Heavyweight Championship any time he wants for the next year so he can choose when to cash in the briefcase when the champion is injured or hurt or he could let the World Heavyweight Champion know in advance and become the second man ever to do this after John Cena failed to defeat CM Punk for the WWE Championship last year in 2012 after he won the WWE Championship Money in the Bank Ladder Match

Translation: Good choice having Cesaro win MITB, I feel he should have won it anyway.

Good luck with this BRO~! (Y)

· Contemplate or Procrastinate?
1,552 Posts
It is clear from your opening post and the changes from reality that you have made that you have put a lot of thought and planning into this this thread therefore I wish you the best of luck mate.

· Captain Cally
2,711 Posts
I was hoping Jesse Pinkman was the General Manager of one of the brands, but I'll settle for this. MITB looked good. Bryan and Cesaro as MITB holders I like. Flux, you're a good booker and I believe if you stick to this, it can be one of the more underrated threads in this forum. Good luck.

· Registered
1,740 Posts
Yep, same as Calum. Mandatory goodluck post :D

But yeah, love the changes you made to the PPV, Cesaro really should've won that. Lovin' the Pinkman-esque title as well. Like always, all I can say is stick with this cause it looks really good. Now get to writing! :p (Y)

· Premium Member
6,897 Posts
I need to be totally honest here, because honestly, it would be nice to see FluxCapacitor stick to a thread because lets be honest, how many has he been able to stick to? I honestly hope this is the one and in all honesty, despite me wanting to no sell this thread, I'll deep down, honestly be reading, honest. :grant
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