WWE Has Some Interesting Plans For This Year’s Money In The Bank Winner


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This year’s Money in the Bank pay-per-view is now less than a month away and it appears that the company could have some huge plans for whoever is chosen to pick up the contract.

Over the past few years, the company has become aware that they have wasted the Money in the Bank contracts since Baron Corbin and then Braun Strowman last year both famously failed to win the matches where they finally cashed in.

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On the flip side, both Carmella and Alexa Bliss were successful with their Money in the Bank cash-ins so now the company could be looking to make the male portion of their roster just as successful.

There is no word yet on which superstar could be walking out of next month’s pay-per-view with the converted briefcase, but WrestleVotes are reporting that whoever it is will be made a star by the company in the months that follow.

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Seth Rollins was successful with his contract cash-in a few years ago when he chose WrestleMania as the perfect place to finally cash in his contract before Dean Ambrose achieved the same feat when he cashed in the Money in the Bank contract in the same night as he won it on his former teammate.

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WWE obviously wants to make the Money in the Bank contract as converted as it once was when big names were battling it out to be the holder of the contract.

It will be interesting to see who the field of superstars will be ahead of the show and which man will be carrying the contract and putting both the Universal and WWE Champion on notice on May 19th.


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