Where?: TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts When?: June 29th, 2014. 5:00 PT and 8:00 ET KICKOFF For the first time since The Authority stripped him of the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, the WWE Universe will hear from Daniel Bryan in an exclusive interview on the Money in the Bank Kickoff this Sunday at 7:30 p.m. ET/4:30 p.m. PT. In addition to the interview with the ever-popular “Yes!” Man, the 30-minute show will feature key Money in the Bank match analysis from a panel of experts. What will Bryan, out of action since May 4, have to say about the status of his neck injury, let alone The Authority’s decision to strip him of the title or the resignation of his wife, Brie Bella, which was done in protest of an ultimatum from Stephanie McMahon? And what are The Beard’s opinions of this Sunday’s historic WWE World Heavyweight Championship Ladder Match? Members of the “Yes!” Movement will likely get the answers to these question and then some when the Money in the Bank Kickoff airs live on WWE Network, which is available on Xbox One, Xbox 360, iOS and Android devices, Amazon Kindle Fire, Sony PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, Roku streaming devices, plus many other game consoles, streaming players and mobile devices. In addition to WWE Network, this Sunday’s Kickoff will also stream live on WWE.com, the WWE App, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest and Pheed. PREVIEW This Sunday’s WWE World Heavyweight Championship Ladder Match has added a demonic new twist with its newest entrant: Kane. WWE COO Triple H announced the devilish addition on the June 23 edition of Raw. Kane, often considered The Authority’s unofficial “muscle,” joins previously announced competitors Roman Reigns, John Cena, Randy Orton, Bray Wyatt, United States Champion Sheamus, Cesaro and Alberto Del Rio in the historic Ladder Match, which will be fought for the vacant WWE World Heavyweight Title. While The Viper and The Devil’s Favorite Demon were placed into the contest by The Authority, the remaining six Superstars all won qualifying matches to earn their coveted spots. Now finalized, the field of eight is among the most stacked match lineups in WWE history. Collectively, Cena, Orton, Kane, Del Rio and Sheamus boast a remarkable 35 World Championship reigns. None of the three other competitors has ever won a World Title, but Reigns, Wyatt and Cesaro are surely looking to establish themselves as WWE’s premier warrior. The wielder of the Superman Punch appears intent on getting back at Triple H for his part in breaking up The Shield, while the sinister sermonizer, Wyatt, seems newly interested in possessing the one accolade that equates to complete power and influence in WWE. There’s also The King of Swing, a former U.S. Champion who, backed up by renowned advocate Paul Heyman, just may have the strength, strategy and surgical ring skill to capture the crown. What will happen when eight of the toughest and most decorated Superstars collide with the WWE World Heavyweight Championship literally hanging in the balance? And what kind of brutality is in store for this Sunday, when steel ladders are not only completely legal, but the only means of capturing the most important championship in the world? Find out when history is made and a new WWE World Heavyweight Champions is named at Money in the Bank! Available on WWE Network and on pay-per-view, the huge event takes place this Sunday, June 29, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. This Sunday at Money in the Bank, the WWE Universe will witness not just the WWE World Heavyweight Championship Ladder Match, but also a traditional Money in the Bank Contract Ladder Match featuring seven of WWE’s premier Superstars. In addition to Seth Rollins, who was the first Superstar announced for the bout, WWE COO Triple H named Intercontinental Champion Bad News Barrett, Dolph Ziggler, Rob Van Dam, Kofi Kingston and Jack Swagger to the Contract Ladder Match, just days before the pay-per-view event. Rounding out the pack is Dean Ambrose, whom The Game agreed to include in the contest at Rollins’ behest. Seemingly concerned about the possibility of The Lunatic Fringe interfering and ruining his chance at glory, Rollins demanded that his former Shield teammate be among his opponents so that he can keep an eye on him. The objective of the Contract Ladder Match is to capture the Money in the Bank briefcase, which contains a contract for a WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match. The first Superstar to claim the briefcase suspended above the ring will then have the right to “cash in” the contract and demand his title match anytime, anyplace, for up to one full year. But which Superstar will ultimately earn the career-changing opportunity? Among the field are three former Money in the Bank winners — Ziggler, RVD and Swagger — all of whom successfully cashed in their contracts. Barrett is no stranger to the match format, having competed in two such matches, nor is Kingston, a four-time Money in the Bank competitor and human highlight reel who has consistently dazzled WWE fans with his athletic antics but has never won the all-important briefcase. Not to be forgotten are the warring former “brothers,” Ambrose and Rollins. Ambrose fought in his first Money in the Bank Ladder Match last year, whereas Rollins — seemingly Triple H’s preferred choice to win — is the only participant in this Sunday’s match to have never before competed in the rung-climbing classic. A major piece of the WWE World Heavyweight Championship scene will be determined this Sunday, in one of the most physically grueling contests in all of WWE. Don’t miss a second of the hard-hitting Ladder Match action when WWE Money in the Bank airs live on WWE Network and pay-per-view on Sunday, June 29, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT! Jimmy & Jey Uso have been WWE Tag Team Champions for more than three months, putting together an impressive string of victories and undoubtedly proving their championship mettle. However, a storm is forming right in their path as they will face the ominous and imposing tandem of Luke Harper & Erick Rowan of The Wyatt Family at WWE Money in the Bank, WWE.com has learned. After weeks of the two teams jockeying back and forth while in the midst of the John Cena and Bray Wyatt saga, Harper & Rowan emphatically proved they were deserving of a championship opportunity when they defeated The Usos in a non-title match on the June 2 edition of Monday Night Raw. From there, the pairs would go on to trade singles victories, with Jimmy Uso defeating Harper on the June 10 edition of WWE Main Event and then Rowan evening the score with a decisive victory over Jey Uso days later on SmackDown. Throughout their reign as champions, The Usos have proven to be full of resolve and as tenacious as they come, with major victories over RybAxel and The Real Americans. Jimmy & Jey have been fighting champions who have gained incredible momentum as the months have gone by, but the loyal followers of Bray Wyatt pose to end all that at Money in the Bank. Much like their leader Wyatt, Harper & Rowan don’t seem to be fazed by the conventional pitfalls that affect most Superstars. Their motives are never clear and their actions are incredibly offbeat. The only element of their game plan that ever fully materializes itself is their brute strength and appetite for destruction. Will The Usos be able to pick up the toughest victory of their reign thus far, or will Harper and Rowan soon be following the buzzards with championship gold around their waists? Find out at Money in the Bank, available on WWE Network and pay-per-view, Sunday, June 29, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT! This Sunday at Money in the Bank, live on WWE Network, WWE Divas Champion Paige will face one of her toughest challenges to date when she faces the extremely agile Funkadactyl, Naomi. The rivalry between the two Divas began brewing last week, when Naomi’s fellow Funkadactyl, Cameron, interrupted Paige’s interview on the WWE App and slapped the Divas Champion. Despite the dancing Diva’s ferocious new attitude, Paige forced Cameron to tap out to the PTO as Naomi watched at ringside. One night later, on WWE Main Event, Naomi put up more of a fight when she took on the Divas Champion. Paige nearly had the bout won, until Naomi wriggled out of the Paige Turner and landed a devastating reverse DDT to pick up the non-title victory. Cameron seemed to take more delight in the win than her friend, celebrating in an over-the-top-manner, even shoving the Divas Champion. Cameron immediately earned herself an attitude adjustment, in the form of a pair of vicious headbutts and a slam from Paige. Naomi watched as her partner was unceremoniously tossed to the arena floor, then shook the Divas Champion’s hand, a sign of respect between two true competitors. Following her victory over Paige, Naomi has earned herself a title opportunity at Money in the Bank. With the Divas Championship on the line, will the good sportsmanship continue between Paige and her challenger, or will Cameron’s new outlook influence Naomi to do whatever it takes to capture the title? Find out this Sunday at WWE Money in the Bank, LIVE on WWE Network and on pay-per-view at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT!