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WWE Money in the Bank '14 results

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On Sunday night, June 29, WWE presented the fifth annual Money in the Bank pay per view. The show was held in TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. Here are the results.

On the Kickoff pre-show, Michael Cole interviewed Daniel Bryan for the first time since being stripped of the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. He said his neck recovery was taking longer than expected and he wasn’t sure when he would return. Bo Dallas then interrupted the proceedings and encouraged Bryan to “Bo-Lieve.” Bryan eventually told Dallas to “Bo leave” and then led the crowd in a “Yes” chant.

WWE Tag Team Champions Jimmy & Jey Uso beat The Wyatt Family (Erick Rowan & Luke Harper) to retain the Championships. The Usos hit top rope splashes on Rowan for the pinfall.

WWE Divas Champion Paige pinned Naomi (with Cameron) after hitting a DDT.

Adam Rose pinned Damian Sandow after hitting The Party Foul. Sandow was dressed as Paul Revere.

Seth Rollins beat Kofi Kingston, Rob Van Dam, Dolph Ziggler, Jack Swagger (with Zeb Colter) and Dean Ambrose in a Money in the Bank contract Ladder Match to earn a WWE World Heavyweight Championships contract good for one year. WWE Intercontinental Champion Wade Barrett was supposed to be in the match as well but was injured at the SmackDown tapings earlier in the week.

Goldust and Stardust beat Ryback and Curtis Axel. Stardust rolled up Ryback for the pinfall.

Rusev (with Lana) made Big E submit to the Accolade.

Layla pinned Summer Rae after hitting a superkick. Fandango was the special guest referee.

John Cena beat Cesaro (with Paul Heyman), Bray Wyatt, Kane, Randy Orton, Roman Reigns, WWE United States Champion Sheamus and Alberto Del Rio in a Ladder Match to win the vacant WWE World Heavyweight Championship.

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