WWE has a lot of choices to make for Money in the Bank. Ringside News exclusively reported who made those decisions, and when they were made in mid-June. Now, we have a bit more information about how WWE is booking the show.

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During SmackDown this week, Cody Rhodes vs. Dominik Mysterio was announced as a main event of Money in the Bank. This led fans to ask what the status of that match is.

Sean Sapp noted behind Fightful’s paywall that the company is currently promoting the Money in the Bank show with a “triple main event.” This is a trend that might continue.


When we asked WWE in an official capacity Friday morning, we weren’t given an answer. However others within WWE confirmed that there was some advertising that had went around promoting a “triple main event,” and was something they might do more of going forward after leaning out of it for a number of years.

Another WWE source said “any more heat on Dominik Mysterio is a good thing” and felt like the line did that. 

The report also noted that, “at one point, we heard discussion that Men’s Money in the Bank would open, and the Bloodline would close the PPV. Another WWE source said ‘officially’ that would likely be finalized following Smackdown.”

Ringside News will have complete coverage of the entire Money in the Bank event. It will be quite an afternoon show for fans in North America. Please keep checking back for constant updates.

Money in the Bank will be a big show, but which surprises are you expecting? Sound off in the comments! 

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