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WWE SmackDown Results (6/11/15)



The Money in the Bank PPV is this Sunday, and WWE World Champion Seth Rollins would walk in still without the WWE World Title, as it remains in the hands of Dean Ambrose. Meanwhile, all 7 Money in the Bank ladder match competitors were in action on SmackDown!

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Dean Ambrose started the show, still with the WWE World Heavyweight Title in tow. He recounted what happened last Monday on RAW and his adventures in New Orleans and Lafayette over the week.

WWE World Champion Seth Rollins then came out and demanded Ambrose to give his title back. Surprisingly, Ambrose surrendered it, leaving it in the middle of the ring before bailing. But Rollins later realized that it was just a replica belt!

Ambrose said that the real title belt "is somewhere between Lafayette and New Orleans" and he would have to find it in time for Sunday's Money in the Bank PPV! He then vowed to walk out with is as the official WWE World Champion!

Director for Operations Kane then appeared to announce Rollins' opponent for later that night: Dolph Ziggler!


1. Ryback defeated The Miz via a Shellshocked
- After the match, Big Show and Ryback exchanged words

2. King Barrett def. Jack Swagger via a Bullhammer
- R-Truth was on commentary during the match

3. WWE World Champion Seth Rollins def. Dolph Ziggler via a roll-up in a non-title match

4. Paige def. Alicia Fox via the PTO

5. Six-Man Tag Team Match: Randy Orton, Roman Reigns, and Neville def. Kane, Sheamus, and Kofi Kingston via DQ
- The New Day caused the disqualification
- After the match, a wild brawl ensued among the Money in the Bank competitors. The show ended with Neville stand tall atop the ladder holding the MITB briefcase, showing a preview of what might happen on Sunday.

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