Money in the Bank is coming up on July 1st, and London’s O2 Arena will be sold out, and full of amped up fans. Now, we know who is the front-runner to win the Women’s Money in the Bank match.

Ringside News exclusively reported that WWE has 100% decided on the winners for Money in the Bank. In fact, those decisions were made weeks ago.

In the Men’s match, Ricochet, Shinsuke Nakamura, LA Knight, Butch, Santos Escobar, Damian Priest, and Logan Paul are set to compete. Meanwhile, the Women’s match will feature Becky Lynch, Bayley, IYO SKY, Zoey Stark, Zelina Vega, and Trish Stratus.

The winner of the Men’s match will earn the opportunity to challenge for any title in the company they wish. As for the Women’s winner, she will have the chance to challenge either WWE Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley or WWE Women’s Champion Asuka.


According to reports from PW Insider, there has been consistent speculation that IYO SKY is currently the frontrunner to secure the Money in the Bank briefcase this year. However, it’s important to note that plans can always change, especially considering recent creative changes made by Vince McMahon.

In addition to the Money in the Bank matches, the event will also feature matches such as The Usos vs. Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns & Solo Sikoa, Seth Rollins vs. Finn Balor for the World Title, and Cody Rhodes vs. Dominik Mysterio.

We will have to see how WWE books their Money in the Bank event, because anything can go down in London’s O2 Arena. We will have complete coverage of the entire event, and everything leading to it, right here at Ringside News.

What’s your take on Money in the Bank this year? Sound off in the comments!

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