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WWE Money in the Bank 2016: Top 5 Tweets

Pratyay Ghosh
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Dean Ambrose captured his first WWE World Heavyweight Championship after winning the Money in the Bank briefcase and cashing it in later in the night.

Money In The Bank 2016 will go down as one of the best MITB PPV's in history. It was the best pay-per-view that the WWE has done in a while and was arguably better than WrestleMania 32 itself, depending on who you ask.

Most importantly, the night will forever be remembered as the night that Dean Ambrose finally arrived. Ambrose won the Money in the Bank ladder match and cashed in later on in the night after Seth Rollins defeated Roman Reigns and finally captured his first World Heavyweight Championship.

The Money in the Bank ladder match itself was spectacular and one of the best we’ve seen. Everyone in the match gave it everything and put on a brilliant match, but Dean Ambrose finally captured the MITB briefcase. Some of the spots in the match looked brutal, especially the Michinoku Driver that Samy Zayn gave Kevin Owens on the ladder.

John Cena and AJ Styles also met for the first time ever and the match did not disappoint with AJ getting the win with a little help from Anderson & Gallows. Overall the show was very very good.

The internet went crazy after Ambrose’s cash in. So, let’s look at the 5 best tweets about Money in the Bank 2016.

5: Is a briefcase too much of a headache?

An inside joke that has gone on in WWE for a while is that the MITB briefcase winner has to carry the briefcase all over the country with him. Many MITB winners have complained about it in the past including Seth Rollins. So, maybe Dean cashed it in immediately so that he doesn’t have to lug it all over the world with him.

@KayfabeNews suggest that Vince should come along with the times and change the MITB briefcase to a Money in the Bank USB stick. Ludicrous and hilarious.

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Pratyay Ghosh
Pro wrestling writer. Puroresu and Strong Style fan. Writer for SK Pro Wrestling and WrestleZone.
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