On Sunday, June 14, 2015, WWE will present WWE Money in the Bank 2015, live at 8 p.m. EST/5 p.m. PST at the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio. For those who are unable to attend it live, it will be available for viewing exclusively on the award-winning WWE Network.
However, the Inquisitr understands not everyone in the WWE Universe (or wrestling community in general) will be able to spend three hours to watch WWE Money in the Bank 2015. Therefore, results will be presented live as they become available.
Similar to past WWE pay-per-views, the WWE is providing one courtesy to those who do not have a paid subscription to the WWE Network. One hour before the official pay-per-view, WWE Money in the Bank 2015 Kickoff will take place. The first part is a panel of WWE personalities and commentators, most likely Renee Young, Corey Graves, and Byron Saxton, discussing the matches in WWE Money in the Bank 2015.
After that, the WWE Universe will be given a treat as R-Truth will take on King Barrett in a singles match right before the pay-per-view.
The WWE Money in the Bank 2015 Kickoff can be viewed not only on the WWE Network, but also on WWE’s official website, WWE App, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, Pheed, and Pinterest one hour before the actual pay-per-view.
Prior to this, the Inquisitr reported on the latest news leading up to WWE Money in the Bank 2015, which may or may not assist in fan predictions on what will take place. Select articles are listed below for your reading.
- Will Brock Lesnar make is anticipated return at the pay-per-view?
- Rumor has it that Roman Reigns will win the MITB ladder match, then cash it in that same night against however wins the WWE Heavyweight Championship.
- What’s Bray Wyatt going to do at the pay-per-view?
Nevertheless, the following match card shown below is what is provided at this moment and can change for any reason. As mentioned earlier, the Inquisitr will update this article with the latest results as they become available live!
The New Day vs. The Prime Time Players (WWE Tag Team Championship) – This is the next chapter in the story between The New Day (Xavier Woods, Kofi Kingston, Big E) and the Prime Time Players (Darren Young and Titus O’Neil). This is a chance for the Prime Time Players to win the championship which has alluded them the entirety of their careers. They almost won them back in WWE Elimination Chamber 2015, but the three-on-two disadvantage got the best of them. It should be noted that Kofi Kingston will not participate in this match due to his involvement in the MITB ladder match.
RESULT: Prime Time Players wins via pinfall after Titus O’Neil hits Xavier Woods with a Spinout Spinebuster to earn the WWE Tag Team Championships
Nikki Bella vs. Paige (WWE Divas Championship) – Another continuation of the story between the Bella Twins and Paige (who is now running solo ever since AJ Lee left the company). Most likely, the “twin magic” concept will play a part in this match. It is heavily favored among the WWE Universe that Paige will win, but it is an uncertainty if such will actually happen.
RESULT: Nikki Bella wins via pinfall after the Rack Attack to retain the WWE Divas Championship
Ryback vs. Big Show (Intercontinental Championship) – Stereotypical big man versus big man match. Given the fact that Big Show isn’t exactly the fastest individual in the WWE, this match is going to be fixed in its pace. Unsure who will win this one, but this might be an excellent opportunity for WWE to show off Ryback’s strength if he is able to pull off Shellshock on the Big Show.
RESULT: Big Show wins via disqualification. Ryback retains the WWE Intercontinental Championship
John Cena vs. Kevin Owens (Champion vs. Champion) – Probably the best-worked story of a “PG” superstar fighting a “PG-13” superstar. WWE was extremely smart to make such a story involving two huge names in wrestling. Outside of the story, both are well respected for entertaining the crowd, and apparently they respect each other too. Kayfabe, right? Anyways, WWE is expected to continue pushing Kevin Owens, so he will most likely win. If he loses, it will probably be on his own terms.
RESULT: John Cena wins via pinfall after the Attitude Adjustment
Money In The Bank Ladder Match – Will feature Dolph Ziggler, Neville, Roman Reigns, Randy Orton, Kofi Kingston, Sheamus, and Kane. Rumor has it that Roman Reigns will win the briefcase and cash it in later on during the WWE World Heavyweight Championship match. It is unknown if he will do it prior to the match to make it a Triple Threat Match or after to make it a singles match. However, the best rumor is that Brock Lesnar will interfere, destroy everybody, and steal the briefcase for himself. So far, the latter scenario is the far more entertaining one.
RESULT: Sheamus wins the Money In The Bank Briefcase
Seth Rollins vs. Dean Ambrose (WWE World Heavyweight Championship Ladder Match) – The storytelling Dean Ambrose is putting into this match is what makes it quite entertaining. To an extent, both wrestlers are high-flyers (Seth Rollins more so) so expect some amazing air acrobatics, though Ambrose will probably express more reckless abandon than finesse. Once again, it is rumored that Roman Reigns will win the MITB briefcase and cash it in during this match, but it is unknown if its before or after the match itself. We’ll just have to wait until the pay-per-view to find out.
RESULT: Seth Rollins wins the ladder match to retain the WWE World Heavyweight Championship
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