We are back and Triple H makes his way to the ring.
Hunter says that he can come to Washington where people make decisions that make this country worse, but he is the bad guy. Hunter says that all he does is what is best for business. That is not some empty catchphrase, it is the root of everything that he does. Not only will there be a Championship Ladder match on Sunday, there will be a traditional Money in the Bank Contract Ladder Match. We see the briefcase back above the ring. The owner of that briefcase will get a chance to earn a WWE Title Match over the next year. It virtually guarantees the winner of the case, the opportunity to write their own future.
Hunter reminds us that on Wednesday he said that Seth Rollins was the first entrant (even though Seth made the announcement on Tuesday). Hunter says that everyone is in the match because it is best for business.
The first person is Kofi Kingston. The second person is Jack Swagger. The third entrant is Dolph Ziggler. The fourth person is Rob Van Dam. The final person to enter the match is Wade Barrett.
Hunter says that any man in the match is considered the favorite, but Hunter says that he believes that there is only one man who he thinks will win the match. That man is Rob Van . . . Hunter laughs and then he says that he knows that this man will win the match. He is a ring general and the future of the business . . . Seth Rollins.
Seth is surprised that they are not over it because it has been three weeks. Have you really not moved on? Seth says that he is over it and he has moved on. If you love Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns as much as you do, you should be thanking him because he is responsible for their success.
Seth says that he took the Shield as high as they could and then he dropped the dead weight. You can call him a sell out all you want. Roman can growl all he wants and Dean can get all twitchy. Seth says that he created and build the Shield. The Shield got him this far. On Sunday, him and him alone will climb the ladder and grab the contract. You can call him a sellout, but on Sunday, you will have to call him Mr. Money in the Bank.
Rob Van Dam’s music plays and he comes out. He says that it seems like they don’t take him seriously.
Seth says that he takes him seriously, but would take him more seriously if it was 2005.
Rob says that was when Seth would have to ask his parents to stay up to watch Rob because he wanted to be a wrestler.
Rob says that he was a former Money in the Bank winner and a former WWE Champion. Rob says that Hunter totally remembers when Rob crushed his trachea at the first Elimination Chamber match. It is lame to brag about the past. Let’s live in the present because we have this pay per view on Sunday. Why not beat Hunter’s new golden boy right now.
Hunter says that is a great idea and we have a match.
Rob Van Dam versus Seth Rollins
Rollins with kicks but Van Dam with an Irish whip and kick in the corner. Van Dam with an Irish whip and monkey flip. Van Dam with a running heel kick into the corner and then he clotheslines Rollins over the top rope to the floor. Van Dam with a pescado onto Rollins. Van Dam with a moonsault from the apron and we go to commercial.
We are back and Rollins chokes Van Dam in the ropes. Rollins with a suplex and he rolls through into a second one. Rollins sets for a third and he hits it and gets a near fall. Rollins with a rear chin lock. Van Dam with a kick but he misses a spinning heel kick and Rollins with a wraparound clothesline for a near fall. Rollins kicks Van Dam.
Rollins with a running forearm into the corner followed by a clothesline. Rollins gets a near fall. Rollins with a reverse chin lock. Van Dam has a kick blocked but he gets a near fall with a body scissors rollup. Van Dam with clotheslines and a thrust kick. Van Dam blocks a kick and he hits a spin kick followed by Rolling Thunder. Van Dam goes up top but Rollins stops him. Van Dam goes to the apron and he hits a slingshot DDT. Van Dam goes up and misses the Five Star Frog Splash.
Rollins with crossfaces to Van Dam and then he hits the Buckle Bomb followed by Black Out for the cover but Dean Ambrose attacks Rollins and the referee calls for the bell.
Winner: Seth Rollins (by disqualification)
Ambrose sends Rollins into the Roberts Box and then he continues to attack Rollins until the officials separate him. Ambrose appears to go out of the arena, but he runs back in and leaps off the announce table and hits a clothesline onto Rollins.
Rollins scurries to the back.
Backstage: Hunter is with Seth Rollins and Seth says that he doesn’t want Dean Ambrose to screw things up for him. He wants Dean Ambrose put into the ladder match. He says that it sounds crazy, but he controlled Dean Ambrose for two years. He is a ring general and he needs to have Dean Ambrose in his sights at all time. He wants to see Dean Ambrose’s face when he is holding the briefcase.
Hunter says that it is on him if it blows up in his face.
Seth wants Dean and Hunter loves his confidence so Dean is in the match.