Whatever you're selling, I'm buying | Dolph Ziggler
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These two have excellent matches with the heel/face alignment this way.
While Dolph Ziggler’s cash-in on Monday’s Raw was almost certainly the best of the impromptu uses of the briefcase, it was (surprisingly) not the longest.
When The Miz cashed in his briefcase on a hobbling Randy Orton on the 11/22/10 edition of Raw, it took a full 2:44 for the Awesome One to claim the title. Ziggler defeated Del Rio in 2:05.
The surprise Money in the Bank cash-in matches, by length:
- The Miz defeats Randy Orton — 2:44
- Dolph Ziggler defeats Alberto Del Rio — 2:05
- Edge defeats John Cena — 1:46
- Edge defeats The Undertaker — 1:24
- CM Punk defeats Jeff Hardy — 1:01
- Kane defeats Rey Mysterio — 0:54
- CM Punk defeats Edge — 0:12
- Alberto Del Rio defeats CM Punk — 0:12
- Jack Swagger defeats Chris Jericho — 0:10
- Daniel Bryan defeats The Big Show — 0:07
Of course, the planned cash-ins were considerably longer. John Cena beat CM Punk — by disqualification, failing to capture the WWE Title — in 11:14 on Raw 1000; Rob Van Dam defeated John Cena for the belt in 20:41 at One Night Stand 2006.
An interesting note — Edge was involved in the first five surprise cash-ins. He used the briefcase to steal titles from John Cena and The Undertaker; he lost his World Title to CM Punk; he had just failed to defeat Jeff Hardy for the World Title when CM Punk cashed in again; and he took out Chris Jericho, opening the door for Jack Swagger.
Cena, meanwhile, has been involved in both of the planned cash-ins; neither went too well for him.
Parallels between WWE eras: Miss Elizabeth’s reaction to Macho Man winning the WWF Championship (Federation Years) and AJ’s reaction to Dolph Ziggler winning the World Heavyweight Championship (Cyber Era)
I’m not a star. I don’t wanna be a star. I don’t have a great name, the media have never heard of me. No public, no cheerleaders. It’s not about winning or losing, it’s about reaching your limits. Going as far as you can go and then going for them. I don’t collect titles, I collect hours, hours of hard work, hours of pain. As just me, I’m playing for the ultimate victory, the victory of yourself.
This is a way of life, there’s no finish line, becoming the best that you can be, there’s nothing else that matters. Beating the odds, fulfilling your destiny. I don’t wanna be a superstar, i want to be better than that, just want to be me, just wanna be ME.