In an unprecedented act of brazenness, Mr. Money in the Bank cashed in his contract in the middle of an active match — the first-ever WrestleMania cash-in, by the way — and effectively turned the bout into a Triple Threat Match on the spot. Rollins disposed of the wounded Reigns easily and, with Dean Ambrose all but broken in half during the Intercontinental Title Ladder Match and therefore unable to fulfill his longstanding vow to thwart a Rollins cash-in, went for the Curb Stomp to The Beast that would bring the title to his waist. WWE Network: Rollins faces Lesnar and Cena for the gold Rollins, however, severely misjudged the situation. As he leapt into the air, Lesnar snatched him into position for the F-5, and The Architect’s blueprint suddenly seemed fundamentally, irreparably flawed. Luckily, as he did so often in The Shield, Reigns made his presence known at the moment of truth. The Big Dog roared back into the ring, Spearing Lesnar with Rollins still on his shoulders and bulldozing The Beast Incarnate clean out of the squared circle. Rollins sprang to his feet and struck, pummeling Reigns’ face into the mat with a vicious Curb Stomp and pinning him to win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. To paraphrase Paul Heyman, it was an instance of the right guy, in the right place, at the right time. Seth Rollins could. Seth Rollins did. And now everyone else is just playing catch-up. Anyone who doesn’t believe that is kidding themselves.