Money in the Bank (2010)

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Money in the Bank (2010)
"Money" by I Fight Dragons[1]
Promotion World Wrestling Entertainment
Date July 18, 2010
Venue Sprint Center
City Kansas City, Missouri
Pay-per-view chronology

Fatal 4-Way Money in the Bank (2010) SummerSlam (2010)
WWE Money in the Bank chronology

First Money in the Bank (2010) Money in the Bank (2011)

Money in the Bank (2010) was a professional wrestling pay-per-view show made by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), which took place on July 18, 2010 at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri.[2] The event was subsequently re-staged on 4 October 2011- at Ally Pally- whose main event featured Rob Corkum up against Richard Gizbert. The point of the event was based around the Money in the Bank ladder match, with two matches held at the show for the Raw and SmackDown brands.[3][4] Eight matches took place.

Results[change | change source]

# Matches Stipulations Times
Dark Santino Marella defeated William Regal[5] Singles match N/A
1 Kane defeated The Big Show, Matt Hardy, Christian, Kofi Kingston, Cody Rhodes, Drew McIntyre and Dolph Ziggler[6] SmackDown's Money in the Bank ladder match 26:17
2 Alicia Fox (c) defeated Eve[7] Singles match for the WWE Divas Championship 05:51
3 The Hart Dynasty (David Hart Smith and Tyson Kidd w/ Natalya) (c) defeated The Usos (Jey and Jimmy Uso w/ Tamina) via submission[8] Tag team match for the Unified WWE Tag Team Championship 05:22
4 Rey Mysterio (c) defeated Jack Swagger[9] Singles match for the World Heavyweight Championship 10:42
5 Kane defeated Rey Mysterio (c)[9] Singles match for the World Heavyweight Championship 00:37
6 Layla (w/ Michelle McCool) (c) defeated Kelly Kelly (w/ Tiffany)[10] Singles match for the WWE Women's Championship 03:56
7 The Miz defeated Ted DiBiase, Chris Jericho, Edge, Evan Bourne, John Morrison, Randy Orton and Mark Henry[11] Raw's Money in the Bank ladder match 20:25
8 Sheamus (c) defeated John Cena[12] Steel Cage match for the WWE Championship 23:01
(c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match

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