Those are big names. We are int he middle of the build towards WrestleMania 40 and most of WWE’s focus is on the show. However, there are several other events coming up, many of which need some of WWE’s attention. Those shows are already starting to get a look, but one of those looks appears to be missing two rather prominent names in their earliest advertising.

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WWE has released the first poster for this year’s Money In The Bank event which features several Superstars. However, neither Cody Rhodes nor Roman Reigns are featured on the poster. While this does not mean that the two will be absent from the show, it may indicate that they will not be there. Rhodes and Reigns are currently set to face off for the WWE Universal Title at WrestleMania 40. Money In The Bank takes place in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on July 6.

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Opinion: This might be thinking about things a little too closely but it is interesting that neither of the two are on the poster. Maybe that is hiding the result of which of the two will be leaving WrestleMania as champion, but that is still a bit of a stretch. I’m sure one or both will be at the show, but it is rather odd to not see either of them included in the advertising for one of the biggest shows of the year.

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