Before anything had even started at Money In The Bank, WWE decided to tamper with their own card. Initially, both Sheamus vs. Apollo Crews and Dolph Ziggler vs. Baron Corbin were supposed to take place on the Kickoff show. The company bumped both of those bouts onto the main card, replacing them with a pair of tag-team matches on the pre-show.
Breezango vs. Golden Truth and The Lucha Dragons vs. The Dudley Boyz were those replacements. This made the main card feel a little busy, perhaps even a tad cluttered. Money In The Bank did go slightly longer than other pay-per-views as a result, but then there had been rumours about WWE wishing to do this from now on anyway.
Nobody can complain about the action on tap, but what was learned from the event? There’s a new WWE World Heavyweight Champion, and the belt changed hands more than once in Las Vegas.
Elsewhere, John Cena continued to defy his doubters wishes to see him fail, delivering one of the best matches of his career with AJ Styles.
Let’s take a look at what can be gleaned from Money In The Bank, and what it means for the future…