Former WWE Referee Says Money In The Bank Could Be A ‘Train Wreck’

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WWE is doing something very different for Money In The Bank this year. They need to figure something out due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now they will present cinematic MITB matches from the WWE Headquarters in Stamford.

Click here to check out the first photos of the rooftop construction for Money In The Bank.

Former WWE referee Jimmy Korderas is well aware of WWE’s plans. He also doesn’t quite know for sure what kind of match fans will get on May 10th. He released another Reffin’ Rant video addressing WWE’s next pay-per-view event.

Two schools of thought here. This could be creative and interesting, but this could also be a train wreck. I could be wrong about the train wreck thing. Yes, they’ve been creative and thinking outside the box. I think this box… maybe they should have stayed inside the box for this one? We’ll wait and see, I’m hoping for the best.

Money In The Bank will be a much different kind of pay-per-view this year. Fans are experiencing a lot of new things while WWE attempts to pull the company through this incredibly difficult time in human history.

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