WWE was reportedly switching to a shorter pay-per-view model, but Money in the Bank is still getting plenty of time.

Peacock’s listing for Money in the Bank, starting at 8:00 PM with a kickoff at 7:00 PM EST, shows that the event has a very long runtime. As of this writing, Money in the Bank is listed as a 5 hour and 22 minute event.

It’s not likely that WWE will need that much time to put on the Money in the Bank pay-per-view. They might need to add a few more matches if that is the plan. Even if that runtime includes the hour-long kickoff show, 4 hours and 22 minutes would still be a long night.

We will have to see what they do tonight, but Money in the Bank is usually an event that is full of surprises. You can check out a graphic below to see the current listing.

What’s your take on this story? What’s the perfect length for a WWE pay-per-view? Sound off in the comments!

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