All posts tagged Money in the Bank

The Chad Dukes Wrestling Show 6/22/16

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Wyoming, India, Delta, Echo, The Chad Dukes Wrestling Show is back with a brand new episode!  This week, Chad Dukes discusses Roman Reigns’ suspension and WWE Money in the Bank with Loud Goat and Thom.

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Money In The Bank 2016 Results

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WWE World Heavyweight Championship: Seth Rollins defeated Roman Reigns with The Pedigree

Money In The Bank Cash-In for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship: Dean Ambrose defeated Seth Rollins with Dirty Deeds

For the second time in seven months, a Money in the Bank cash-in has ended a new champion’s ever so brief reign.

Dean Ambrose cashed in his Money in the Bank briefcase won earlier in the evening to become the NEW WWE World Heavyweight Champion after immediately after Seth Rollins defeated Roman Reigns in a 25+ minute match to re-capture the championship he didn’t lose.  While the crowd, predictably wasn’t into a match predominately controlled by “The Guy,” both Reigns and Rollins did great here, highlighted by a bonkers Spear-turned-Pedigree spot towards the end of the match. Rollins nailed a second pedigree for the title win.  Which then cued, Dean Ambrose making good on his threat to cash-in should he win the Money in the Bank contract.  Ambrose, echoing the chair shot which shattered the Shield, came in hit Rollins with the briefcase from behind to signal his cash-in.  One Dirty Deeds later, the Lunatic Fringe was champion.

Ambrose’s win comes a year after losing in a photo finish to Seth Rollins at last year’s Money in the Bank title match and marks all three members of the Shield holding the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, on the same night no less.

VIDEO: Ambrose’s First Interview as WWE World Champion via WWE

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The Chad Dukes Wrestling Show 6/16/16

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On this week’s Chad Dukes Wrestling Show, WWE Superstar Titus O’Neil joins Chad Dukes to discuss fatherhood and #MakeYourMoment. Then, Loud Goat (Brother Nero) and Thom join Dukes to discuss WWE Money in the Bank, TNA Slammiversary and the WWE Cruiserweight Classic.

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The Chad Dukes Wrestling Show 6/17/15

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This week, Chad Dukes is joined by Jim Ross to talk about the life and legacy of Dusty Rhodes and the rise of Kevin Owens.  Also on this edition, Dukes reviews WWE’s Money in the Bank with Goat and Thom

Don’t forget to buy tickets to Ringside with Jim Ross on August 19th at the DC Improv hosted by Big Shooter, Chad Dukes.  Tickets and VIP passes are available HERE.

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Money In The Bank 2015 Results

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Ladder Match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship: Seth Rollins defeated Dean Ambrose

The match ended when both Rollins and Ambrose were at the top of the ladder pulling down the belt and both fell to the mat and by the time they hit Rollins had possession of the title giving him the win in a photo finish.

After a slow start, this turned out to be a really great compelling main event.  It wasn’t a traditional ladder match in the sense that it was built around climbing the ladder, but rather around two rivals wanting to murder each other with ladders and chairs and tables.  So I give them credit for turning the ladder match convention on it’s ears. Brutal, brutal beating

Brutal, brutal beating taken/given by both men, but especially Dean Ambrose, particularly the two powerbombs into the barricade.  I enjoyed the psychology of Rollins taking out Ambrose’s knee to impede his climbing and Ambrose continuing to fight through the injury, very old school.   Between Rollins working the leg and Ambrose’s post match promo channeling “Hard Times”, I have to wonder if the entire match was designed as a Flair-Rhodes tribute.

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