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on 11 June 2015
I think this is probably the second best Money in the Bank pay-per-view, not taking top from 2011, but this event is really eye catching and enjoyable to watch.

The opening we had the first of two Money in the Bank ladder matches, where this would guarantee a superstar a future World Heavyweight Championship opportunity. It's always the first Money in the Bank ladder match that takes the spot, with some amazing talent and experience from certain superstars i.e. Cody Rhodes.

Curtis Axel defended the WWE Intercontinental Championship against the Miz in a match that really worked and so much back and forth action to see Curtis Axel retain his WWE Intercontinental Championship.

A divas rivalry continues as AJ Lee defends her Divas championship against Kaitlyn. A match that would not beat the classic these two had at Payback, but certainly a good divas match all round.

Chris Jericho takes on Ryback in a match that I thought at first wasn't going to be anything too exciting, but I rather enjoyed it and it was given plenty of time.

Dolph Ziggler takes on Alberto Del Rio for the World Heavyweight Championship, a rematch from Chicago at Payback. Dolph Ziggler put on a heck of performance at Payback and suffered minor head injuries, but in this match he takes it to Alberto Del Rio.

John Cena defended the WWE Championship against Mark Henry in a match that really Mark Henry was in full control, but as you hope, Cena always finds a way to win and a full on effort of a match.

Finally the all star Money in the Bank ladder match, guaranteeing the winner a future WWE Championship opportunity. The return of RVD was a crowd hype, along with CM Punk and Daniel Bryan.

Overall WWE Money in the Bank 2013 was a pay-per-view that was really exciting to watch and would recommend it.
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on 23 November 2013
Unlike 2012 which was hit, and mostly miss, WWE had a string of truly great Pay Per View events this year and this event is no different. The two ladder matches were booked well, one containing the up-and-coming superstars, and the main event having all former world champions battle it out. This event also heralded the return of "The Whole F'N Show" Rob Van Dam to a huge crowd reaction.

Other bouts included a surprisingly decent bout between John Cena and a legitimately injured Mark Henry, Ryback VS Chris Jericho, Dolph Ziggler VS Alberto Del Rio, AJ Lee VS Kaitlyn and Intercontinental champion Curtis Axel VS The Miz.

Overall a fantastic show with a few huge swerves and upsets. I would recommend buying this, as it is a rarity to see a WWE event without a match worth skipping on a DVD. All of the matches were top grade in my opinion.
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on 20 January 2015
Very good event. Surprises, great action and brutality.
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on 1 July 2014
Great ppv the two ladder matches were great the world title contract match stole the show the crowd were also great also the return of rvd was great he got a great reaction I loved it best ppv of 2013 definitely
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on 9 May 2015
quick service ,, no problems
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on 25 February 2016
Great no complaints !
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on 26 September 2013
This was my favourite PPV this year and it was tough to beat payback from the previous month because that was just awesome but money in the bank was 10/10 easy, it had everything both money in the bank matches were amazing all the title matches were great except for the typical John Cena WWE title match which was too predictable, but the icing on the cake that made this PPV epic was the return of Mr PPV himself RVD the pop he got when he made his entrance gave me goose bumps and the fact that the guy hasn't lost a step at 42 I might add is just mind-blowing but that made this my favourite event the year.
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on 15 February 2016
loved it brillant
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on 12 December 2015
good Matches
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on 28 January 2016
Great job
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