WWE’s Money in the Bank premium live event is set to go down on July 1st, and fans are in for quite a treat. The company has a lot of things going at once, and it all comes together for their weekly television shows, but premium live events are a bit different.

Vince McMahon is still able to make remote changes to anything going on. That being said, his changes haven’t been significant since the RAW after WrestleMania where he made everyone miserable with his constant changes.

BWE tweeted out that WWE has a big month ahead for them, and some big things are expected as the company builds toward SummerSlam on August 5th in Detroit’s Ford Field.

July is a big month from what i know. Been waiting a while to share but thought id wait. Expect some big ups during July blding towards SSlam. I know ive said that SSlam will be big. Seems like things are getting approved. So crossing fingers MITB goes to plan.


One fan tweeted back to the proven WWE insider and asked, “Who has to approve something if Triple H the one making decisions?” This received a response as BWE explained that premium live events are a bit different.

Decisions are always approved. But PLE’s are different. Involvements everywhere. And some big decisions need greenlight from top management

It was previously reported that Triple H books WWE’s storylines about two months out. It seems that he’s doing a good job, but of course, Vince McMahon is always able to remotely change the show.

We will keep a close eye on the ongoing booking situation in WWE. They have a lot of options to go with, and the company is set up to make sure that things run smoothly.

What’s your take on this situation with WWE’s booking? Sound off in the comments!

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