WWE Money In The Bank is all set for Saturday, July 2. While there are many big names listed on the match card for the show, there’s something missing. There is still no Undisputed WWE Championship match listed on the bout, which makes the fans wonder why.
Roman Reigns currently holds the title, though his title defense isn’t scheduled until the next SummerSlam. However, Paul Heyman thinks that even if Roman Reigns isn’t scheduled for the event, he’s the star of the event.
Heyman told the Dallas Morning News that Roman Reigns is inevitably connected to the show. He highlighted that the winner of the men’s Money In The Bank ladder match can challenge Roman Reigns any time in the year. That’s why Roman Reigns remains on the show in spirit.
I also would suggest that the star of Money in the Bank is truly Roman Reigns. Because the entire premise of the Money in the Bank event is the main event of the men’s Money in the Bank ladder match, in which one man will pull down that briefcase and inside of that briefcase is a contract that is essentially a sword of Damocles over the title reign of Roman Reigns, because the winner, the holder of that contract, can challenge Roman Reigns for the championship anytime they want over the course of the next 365 days. So, though Roman Reigns is not on the show physically, the spirit of Roman Reigns and the challenge to Roman Reigns is the main event of Money in the Bank.
There are some huge names scheduled to tough it out for the men’s Money in the Bank ladder match. Seth Rollins, Sheamus, Drew McIntyre, Riddle, Omos, and Sami Zayn, anyone of them could win it. While these superstars are all interesting choices, any one of them winning could trigger a potential switch in power.
The WWE Money In The Bank event has a lot of titles on the line, including the United States Championship. Here’s the entire match card for the show. Let us know what has the best winning chance according to you down below in the comments.
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