Bray Wyatt comes out and talks about Money in the Bank, but also puts his brothers over for the tag team championships. Wyatt says that power is the championships in WWE. Wyatt says he can really have the whole world in his hands. This leads to Sheamus vs. Bray Wyatt.
The match was another good bout, one that we have rarely seen before. Wyatt hits a backdrop, but Sheamus is able to find an opening by getting his knees up. Both men slug it out in the middle of the ring until Sheamus hits a clothesline. Sheamus hits his chops to the chest and a scoop slam. He sets up for a Brogue Kick, but the Wyatt Family and Uso's get involved. The Uso's run up the ladder and hit Harper and Rowan with a splash in stereo. The ladder is chucked at them and the faces stand tall.
I loved this because it gives you some drama for the tag team champions. The Uso's always seem to lose the big moment or be overshadowed by The Wyatt Family. Nothing can really hurt the Wyatt's right now with the crowd. Sheamus and The Uso's is better right now than Cena. Let Cena move onto other people.
Rusev defeated Heath Slater
It looks like Slater is now a face. Rusev is really growing on me and will continue to be used in higher spotlights in the future. I really like how they are building him AND Lana right now. Tonight, it was more about Rusev than Lana.
Summer Rae and Adam Rose defeated Layla and Fandango
When the ladies run off, Rose ducks a clothesline and hits Party Foul. Kevin Hart is on commentary and begins to dance in the ring. It was a nice filler for a few minutes. Hart is hilarious and still a huge piece of Popular Culture. Good for WWE in many ways. Do you like Adam Rose or just his song right now?