WWE has a lot of plans in the pipeline, and they will hit the ground running with Money in the Bank plans this week. We’ve already covered several spoilers on WWE’s plan on RAW this week.

Click here for our complete coverage of WWE Night of Champions.

We previously reported on spoilers for tonight’s WWE RAW, including qualifying matches for the men’s Money in the Bank ladder match. We also dropped massive possible spoiler on the future of the WWE Undisputed Tag Team Titles.

WWE is looking to start “new chapter” with this week’s WWE RAW main event match. You can click here for spoiler on WWE’s plan for Seth Rollins as World Heavyweight Champion. The company has a lot more planned for this week.


Sean Sapp has now posted a few spoilers behind his paywall. It appears that WWE is going to play up Seth Rollins’ WWE World Heavyweight Championship win in a big way. The company has brought in streamers and planned extra pyro for the Visionary’s celebration.

WWE has brought streamers in for a planned segment for Seth Rollins on WWE Raw. There was also pyro planned for the segment.

It was also noted that, “WWE has Money in the Bank briefcases and ladders on hand for tonight’s WWE Raw to start the build for Money in the Bank.” This should be expected, because WWE will start booking that annual ladder match tonight.

Money in the Bank will go down in London’s O2 Arena on July 1st. So, the company has the entire month of June to build for the event. It would be a good idea to expect the same setup with the MITB briefcases hanging above the ring until then.

WWE will start focusing on the women’s Money in the Bank match next week. This week will see two men added to the match. Only time will tell what else WWE brings fans in the aftermath of Night of Champions.

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