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WWE: Money in the Bank 2012 DVD


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Buy It:


UK: DVD / Blu-ray




Disc #1

  • World Heavyweight Championship Contract Money in the Bank Ladder Match
    Christian vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Tensai vs. Santino Marella vs. Damien Sandow vs. Tyson Kidd vs. Cody Rhodes vs. Sin Cara
  • Josh Mathews Interviews Sheamus
  • The Miz Returns
  • World Heavyweight Championship Match
    Sheamus vs. Alberto Del Rio
  • Josh Mathews Interviews Daniel Bryan
  • Epico & Primo vs. The Prime Time Players
  • Matt Striker Interviews AJ
  • No Disqualification Match for the WWE Championship
    CM Punk vs. Daniel Bryan
    with Special Guest Referee AJ
  • 2-on-1 Handicap Match
    Ryback vs. Curt Hawkins & Tyler Reks
  • 6-Diva Tag Team Match
    Layla, Kaitlyn & Tamina vs. Beth Phoenix, Natalya & Eve
  • WWE Championship Contract Money in the Bank Ladder Match
    John Cena vs. Kane vs. Chris Jericho vs. Big Show vs. The Miz

Special Feature

  • Home Video Exclusive
    Matt Striker Interviews Dolph Ziggler
    Money in the Bank 15th July, 2012


Blu-Ray Exclusive:

  • Monday Night RAW 9th July, 2012
    AJ Proposes to CM Punk
  • John Cena & Kane vs. Big Show & Chris Jericho
  • Health Slater Challenges a former WWE Champion
  • Jerry Lawler vs. Michael Cole
  • CM Punk & AJ vs. Daniel Bryan & Eve
  • SmackDown 13th July, 2012
    Sin Cara vs. Alberto Del Rio
  • Ryback vs. Tyler Reks
  • Sheamus vs. Chris Jericho


Review @ Wrestling 101


Once the spot-fest highlight of the WrestleMania showcase, Money in the Bank was a chance for a number of WWE wrestlers (anything between six and ten guys) to get on the card, make their mark on the show and, for one of them, the promise of a future World/WWE Championship run.


Ever since Edge cashed in his contract in a legitimately shocking moment, the holder of the case has gone on to win the big one. As you read this, Miz became the latest man to achieve this goal with a very heated win over Randy Orton to garner his first WWE Championship.


With the exception of Rob Van Dam, who announced his intentions in advance, and Mr. Kennedy (who said he was going to wait until WrestleMania the following year – although a misdiagnosed injury put paid to that), every single person who has won the match has used the element of surprise to reach the top of the mountain. CM Punk did it brilliantly two years running, first on the heel Edge and then against the face Jeff Hardy, going on to turn heel himself in the face of the genuine hypocrisy of the fans (they cheered when he did it to Edge, yet booed Punk when he did the exact same thing to Jeff Hardy). Some have gone on to stay in the main-event after cashing in, others have actually taken a step backwards (I’m looking at you, Swagger), but winning the MitB match is usually a sign WWE is backing you for bigger things.


With that in mind, Money in the Bank has stepped out of the shadows of WrestleMania and is going it alone. Was it the match itself or when it took place that made it special?


That was the million-dollar question in 2010 when the first Money in the Bank PPV took place. Nowadays, with know that the match itself can stand on its own two feet, it’s just a question of how great would the matches be in comparison to those that had gone before.


> WWE Money in the Bank 2012 DVD Review

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