You have to put something on the show. WWE’s events have changed in a big way over the last few weeks as almost everything has been moved to the Performance Center in Orlando, Florida in front of an empty set of stands. That makes for a very different dynamic and there is only so much that can be done with no fans in attendance. However, WWE is going to keep on with the idea and now we might know what to expect.
Next month, WWE will be presenting its annual Money in the Bank event, with this year’s edition likely taking place in the Performance Center as well. This might not be optimal but there have already been two ladder matches in front of no fans so why not do it again with the biggest ladder matches of the year? There is no to the show than just that though, and now now the card is slowly starting to develop.
According to Wrestling Observer Radio, one of the matches likely for the Money in the Bank card will see the Street Profits defend the Raw Tag Team Titles against the Viking Raiders. The Viking Raiders won a match on this week’s Monday Night Raw and motioned that they wanted the titles. Later in the show, the Street Profits talked about their history with the Viking Raiders, who they have never defeated in multiple attempts. No matches have currently been confirmed for the pay per view, though some of the women’s Money in the Bank ladder match have been announced.
The teams have gone at it before. Check out how the matches have gone before:
Opinion: This isn’t exactly a big surprise and that is the kind of thing that you have to do at times. At the moment, there are not exactly a lot of options to go after the Raw Tag Team Titles. These teams have some great chemistry together and there is a story that goes along with the whole thing as the Street Profits have never been able to defeat the Viking Raiders. Go with what makes sense here, and that is what WWE seems to be doing.
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