WWE Money in the Bank 2016 Pay-Per-View Results

Here are the results from tonight’s Money in the Bank pay-per-view:

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The Golden Truth (Goldust and R-Truth) vs Breezango (Tyler Breeze and Fandango)

Winner: The Golden Truth

Details: Tyler Breeze and Fandango had a serious case of sunburn, which not only did Goldust and Truth find hilarious but took advantage of.  Even though Breeze and Fandango had their moments in the match, it was ultimately The Golden Truth who dominated this match and were the ones with their hands held in victory.  This was their first win against Breezango so this victory was particularly special for the unique, lovable duo.

 

The Lucha Dragons vs The Dudley Boyz

Winner: The Lucha Dragons

 

The New Day (c) vs Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows vs Enzo Amore and Big Cass vs The Vaudevillians for the Tag Team Championship

Winner: The New Day

 

Baron Corbin vs Dolph Ziggler

Winner: Baron Corbin

 

Charlotte and Dana Brooke vs Natalya and Becky Lynch

Winner: Charlotte and Dana Brooke

Details: After the match, a frustrated Natalya attacked her tag team partner and friend Becky Lynch!  Natalya left the ring and arena wiping tears from her eyes as Becky tried to recover from Natalya’s attack.  I’m sure Natalya will speak about her actions in detail tomorrow night on Monday Night Raw.

 

Apollo Crews vs Sheamus

Winner: Apollo Crews

 

AJ Styles vs John Cena

Winner: AJ Styles

Details: After John Cena hit AJ Styles with the Attitude Adjustment, Cena pinned Styles which would have been a victory but the ref was knocked out of the ring.  During this time, The Club’s Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson came out and hit Cena with their finishing move The Magic Killer.  Immediately after, AJ was put on top of Cena for the pin and the ref thrown back into the ring.  The ref slapped his hand on the mat three times and had ordered the bell to be rung, making Styles the winner.

 

Kevin Owens vs Cesaro vs Alberto Del Rio vs Sami Zayn vs Dean Ambrose vs Chris Jericho in the Money in the Bank match

Winner: Dean Ambrose

 

Rusev (c) (with Lana) vs Titus O’Neil for the United States Championship

Winner: Rusev

 

Roman Reigns (c) vs Seth Rollins for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship

Winner: Seth Rollins

Details: Seth Rollins successfully defeated Roman Reigns after hitting Reigns with a Pedigree.  Rollins’ celebration was cut short when Dean Ambrose’s music kicked on.  As Rollins faced the Titantron, ready for Ambrose, Ambrose sneaked up on Rollins from behind and hit him in the head with the briefcase.  Dean told the referee he was cashing in the Money in the Bank briefcase which the ref informed Lillian to make the official announcement.  The WWE Universe erupted and Dean quickly got back into the ring and hit Rollins with Dirty Deeds.  Dean pinned Rollins to become our new WWE World Heavyweight Champion.

 

Now THAT is how you end a pay-per-view!  Overall, I would give the show an 8/10 since I did get really excited about Dean cashing in his Money in the Bank briefcase.  Although there were several great matches this evening, I would have to say that The Golden Truth vs Breezango  won match of the night for me.  For me, I just found it to be highly entertaining not to mention The Golden Truth had their first victory against these two goons.  I’m sure many will disagree, and that’s perfectly alright.  I thoroughly enjoyed that particular match from beginning to end.

So guys, what did you all think of tonight’s Money in the Bank pay-per-view?  What was your favorite match or moment?  What would you yourselves rate it?  Let me know by leaving a comment below!

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