WWE Money in the Bank is July 1st, and that show will be a big night in London, and an exciting afternoon event for North American fans. That being said, one WWE Superstar might not be able to make the trip.

WWE is gearing up for Money in the Bank show in London, marking a significant milestone as the company returns to the city for a major event since Insurrextion in June 2003. This signifies WWE’s commitment to expanding its reach beyond the United States and venturing into larger international venues. However, one wrestler’s presence at the event remains uncertain as Chelsea Green faces real-life travel issues that may prevent her from being there.

Chelsea Green has been actively involved in the women’s tag team division, teaming up with Sonya Deville. Her portrayal of a “Karen” character, known for making unreasonable demands from management, has garnered praise from fans and solidified her position on television.

As she broke out as a hated heel in WWE, Chelsea Green was expected to join forces with Shayna Baszler and Ronda Rousey to challenge for the women’s tag team titles. However, it appears that this plan may not materialize at Money in the Bank.


According to a report from Fightful Select, Chelsea Green is currently unable to be in London for the show or film any segments due to visa issues she is experiencing in real life. She is Canadian, and cannot travel to the UK for work right now.

While there is still a possibility that the visa issues may be resolved before the WWE event, it remains uncertain whether Green will be able to make the trip and participate in any capacity at Money in the Bank.

Chelsea Green’s Canadian status has kept her in some paperwork for quite some time now. We’ll have to see if anything clears up for her now that she’s Mrs. Matt Cardona. For more on this story, keep checking back with Ringside News.

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