Jim Ross’ latest blog entry features some quick Money In The Bank PPV thoughts about Dolph Ziggler, CM Punk vs. Daniel Bryan (with AJ Lee as special guest referee) and John Cena’s unsurprising show-closing Win:
Jim Ross on Money In The Bank: “Thoroughly thought that I got my money’s worth Sunday night when purchasing the MITB PPV. I did not have high expectations of the event going into it but MITB exceeded my expectations. The primary bouts that needed to deliver did, by and large.
Big night for @HeelZiggler aka Dolph Ziggler winning the Smackdown MITB Ladder match and putting on an amazing athletic display.
Thought the @CMPunk vs. @WWEDanielBryan bout was excellent and the match of the night for my money. AJ fit well into the bout and did not adversely affect the outcome and allowed the bulk of the story, bell to bell, to be about the WWE Title, the WWE Champion, and the #1 contender.
@JohnCena winning the Raw MITB bout did not come as a shocker but I didn’t buy the PPV to be ‘surprised.’ Really some hard work by all in that final bout. Very impressed with every man’s effort.
It’s amazing and embarrassing how many amateur ‘experts’ love to tweet when they perceive there is a blotched move in an environment in a match with multiple participants using accessories such as a ladder.”
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Source: JR's Blog