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WWE Money In The Bank 2020 Review feat. Drew McIntyre vs....

On the whole, WWE Money In The Bank 2020 was well worth watching, while featuring truly unique double-match cinematic main event.

WWE Money In The Bank 2019 Review feat. Brock Lesnar vs....

Let's take a closer look at the first post-WrestleMania 35 PPV offering from WWE, Money In The Bank 2019.

WWE Money In The Bank 2018 Review feat. Braun Strowman vs....

Money In The Bank 2018 was a big improvement on Backlash, and having tied up several rivalries, it sets the stage for a busy summer for WWE.

WWE Money In The Bank 2016 Review feat. Roman Reigns vs....

On this night, we got a great Money In The Bank 2016 event, and for Dean Ambrose, it was the biggest night of his career in WWE.

WWE Money In The Bank 2015 Review feat. Seth Rollins vs....

It didn't match previous MITB shows, and to me it was a one-match card thanks to Cena vs. Owens, but I still enjoyed Money In The Bank 2015.

WWE Money In The Bank 2014 Review feat. John Cena vs....

Money In The Bank 2014 was a success, and the rise of Seth Rollins adds intrigue to what will hopefully be an eventful summer season for WWE.

WWE Money In The Bank 2013 Review feat. Randy Orton vs....

Money In The Bank 2013 was a thrilling PPV event (even the pre-show match was really good), and it continues the streak of strong WWE PPVs.

WWE Money In The Bank 2012 Review feat. John Cena vs....

WWE Money In The Bank 2012 was a lot of fun, and the major attractions (the MITB Ladder matches and Punk vs. Bryan) are worth a rewatch.

WWE Money In The Bank 2011 Review feat. John Cena vs....

Money In The Bank 2011 will always be remembered as being one of the absolute best WWE Pay-Per-View events of the decade.

WWE Money In The Bank 2020 DVD Review feat. Drew McIntyre...

WWE Money In The Bank 2020 has its moments, but the dual MITB segment and McIntyre vs. Rollins are the main reasons to rewatch this on DVD.

WWE Money In The Bank 2019 DVD Review feat. Seth Rollins...

WWE Money In The Bank 2019 does have its moments, so while a DVD purchase is not essential, it would also be worthwhile.

DVD Review: WWE Money In The Bank 2011

Money In The Bank 2011 is more than worthy of the top-level praise it has been awarded in the years since it took place.

DVD Review: WWE Money In The Bank 2018

Money In The Bank 2018 is much better than the previous Backlash show was, and it's definitely worth checking out.

DVD Preview: WWE Money In The Bank 2018

WWE Money In The Bank 2018 is one of the most anticipated nights of the year!

DVD Review: WWE Money In The Bank 2012

This will inevitably be compared to the Money In The Bank card from a year earlier, and as a result, it comes across as inferior. But the first Ladder match is great, Punk vs. Bryan is very exciting and the headline bout does have its moments.

DVD Review: WWE Double Feature: Extreme Rules 2017 & Money In...

Extreme Rules 2017 has several matches of a high quality (and one match which is poorly booked, to be fair), whereas Money In The Bank 2017 has few notable moments from an in-ring standpoint, and generally feels second-rate.

DVD Preview: WWE Double Feature: Extreme Rules 2017 & Money In...

Raw throws the rulebook out of the window for Extreme Rules, while the Superstars of SmackDown Live climb new heights for a guaranteed championship match contract at Money In The Bank!

DVD Review: WWE Money In The Bank 2013

With a star-studded line-up and some very good matches, Money In The Bank 2013 is a great event to relive on DVD. It doesn't quite match the standard of the famous 2011 MITB card, but it does come close.

DVD Review: WWE Money In The Bank 2014

More than in any other year, Money In The Bank 2014 is all about the Ladder matches. Both are exciting battles, and with one additional thriller on the under-card, MITB 2014 makes for an enjoyable wrestling DVD.

DVD Review: WWE Money In The Bank 2015

This is a really enjoyable event, which advances, instigates and concludes feuds to prepare WWE for the summer ahead, while delivering some great action. Not the best Money In The Bank show ever, but it's an eventful card which warrants a DVD purchase.