WWE has a few decisions to make as they roll into Money in the Bank on July 1st. LA Knight’s booking is getting a lot of attention from fans, as they want to see the former Eli Drake get a good chance on the main roster.

The Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder match lineup has been confirmed for this year’s upcoming PLE event. Ricochet, Shinsuke Nakamura, LA Knight, Butch, Santos Escobar, Damian Priest, and Logan Paul are set to compete in the match, with the winner earning the opportunity to challenge either Seth Rollins for the World Heavyweight Title or Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Title within a year.

Speculation has arisen that Logan Paul, due to his celebrity status, could potentially emerge victorious in the bout as a means to garner publicity.

According to reports from PW Insider Elite, it was the plan all along to include Logan Paul in the match, a decision that was officially confirmed on Raw this past Monday night. As of now, there have been no reported creative changes regarding this decision.


In recent weeks, there has been a growing movement among fans advocating for a significant push for LA Knight, viewing Money in the Bank as the ideal starting point for his ascent.

The report further mentioned that while no definitive plans have been confirmed, there are individuals within the company advocating for it to serve as LA Knight’s breakthrough moment.

LA Knight has a lot of potential in WWE, and fans really want to see him in a top spot. Only time will tell if Vince McMahon will approve of a booking direction that sees LA Knight with a major title run.

What’s your take on WWE’s booking for LA Knight? Sound off in the comments!

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