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WWE Money in the Bank 2016 Review (And Why It Was Boring)

Sam BrooksJune 23rd, 2016The Suplah, The Suplah Reviews0 Comments »

The Suplah’s Money in the Bank 2016 Review

The WWE’s biggest Money in the Bank PPV has come and gone; Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, and Dean Ambrose all won the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in the same evening, ending a main event classic, and starting the Ambrose Era.

John Cena faced off against AJ Styles, in a dream-match that everyone will remember for the ages. The Money in the Bank Ladder match saw several awesome competitors risk their bodies over a chance at a World Championship opportunity, with Dean Ambrose proving himself above all others… and the rest of the PPV was pretty boring, actually.

Hear what Liam, Sam and Carmine all thought about WWE’s latest PPV event, and why it was still better than TNA’s Slammiversary. Also discussed; Apollo Crews’ deathly-boring character, or lack thereof: his match with Sheamus further proved our criticisms right.

Becky Lynch’s friends all turn on her, perhaps as recompense for her turning on Bayley? Karma sucks. Titus O’Neil kisses his son on the lips, disturbing Liam more than you’d think, but less than you’d hope. And much more!

What were your thoughts on the WWE’s Money in the Bank PPV? Leave a comment below, and you could be featured on next week’s episode!

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