MITB 15 Rollins v Ambrose

Seth Rollins will try to repossess his WWE World Heavyweight Championship from Dean Ambrose when he faces Ambrose in a dangerous championship Ladder Match at WWE Money in the Bank 2015. The first Superstar on June 14 to scale a ladder and grab WWE's top prize from high above the ring will be declared the victor.

Though Ambrose and much of the WWE Universe may already consider The Lunatic Fringe the rightful WWE World Heavyweight Champion following the events of WWE Elimination Chamber, Rollins remains the titleholder on record. Ambrose pinned Rollins in a thrilling but controversial match that saw two WWE referees issue contradictory rulings. Ultimately, the official decision was ruled a disqualification win for Ambrose, meaning Rollins retained the title.

Unsatisfied with the outcome, however, the WWE Universe's most beloved outlaw absconded with the championship.

Ambrose's needling of The Authority's poster boy is reminiscent of last year, when The Lunatic Fringe hijacked Rollins’ Money in the Bank briefcase. In that instance, Ambrose stole the coveted briefcase because Rollins and The Authority metaphorically stole the Money in the Bank Ladder Match victory from The Lunatic Fringe in the first place, with Kane assisting Rollins and preventing Ambrose from winning.

Since The Shield's breakup, Ambrose and Rollins have gone at it hammer and tongs (and ladders) in a variety of dangerous matches, with each conflict raising the stakes and intensity of the one before it. What will happen at Money in the Bank when Ambrose again sets his sights on the Superstar who betrayed him?

Will The Lunatic Fringe finally make Rollins pay the ultimate price, the WWE World Heavyweight Title? Or will Rollins, so obsessed with regaining his title, rise to the challenge of the unpredictable Ambrose?

See also

Money in the Bank 2015 previews
John Cena v Kevin OwensMoney in the Bank ladder matchSeth Rollins v Dean AmbroseRyback v Big ShowNikki Bella v Paige
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