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Before the match, Adam Pearce notified the competitors already in the ring that Theory would be the eighth participant in the high-stakes collision.
Omos used his height advantage in the opening stages, clobbering Superstars left, right and center. His run ended with a sickening Claymore from Drew McIntyre, but The Nigerian Giant still did not go down.
The other seven individuals used the weight of the ladders to bury the huge Superstar, hoping to dispel the gargantuan threat.
McIntyre was the first to grasp the briefcase, but his arch nemesis Sheamus stopped him in his tracks, landing a White Noise on The Scottish Warrior. Riddle used some innovative offense of his own, hitting a draping DDT from the rungs of the ladder on Sheamus and a Floating Bro from the top of the ladder onto the hungry participants below.
After Omos somehow escaped from his coffin of ladders, the rest of the field worked together to pick up The Nigerian Giant, hurl him through the air and send him crashing through the announce table to once again take him out of the match.
The Scottish Superstar had the match won, but Sheamus’ protege Butch played spoiler, leaping onto McIntyre’s back and luring him into a Brogue Kick from Sheamus.
Not to be outdone, Riddle emphasized his love for Randy Orton by executing a gigantic Super RKO on Seth "Freakin" Rollins from the top of a very tall ladder.
The human demolition derby finally ended when Theory turned his night around, knocking Riddle off the ladder, nabbing the briefcase and becoming the youngest Money in the Bank winner in WWE history.