That would change things up again. WWE has been going through a lot of changes in recent months and there is nothing to suggest that those changes are going to be ending anytime soon. There have been different wrestlers appearing with some returning after a long absence. This time though, a big time change could give a lot of those wrestlers something to do at the biggest event of the year.
According to WrestleVotes during an interview with GiveMeSport, WWE is considering moving the Money In The Bank ladder matches to WrestleMania, with the men’s edition taking place on one night and the women’s on the other. This would also likely mean the end of Money In The Bank as a stand alone premium live event. This is currently just under consideration and not an official change as of yet. Money In The Bank has been a stand alone event since 2010.
Opinion: I could see this taking place, as WWE does seem interested in getting rid of the theme shows. That is a move that I could have gone with a long time ago and I could go for such a change taking place. While it would further pack WrestleMania, it would also get rid of one of the company’s signature events that have taken place for a long time now. That being said, Money In The Bank started back at WrestleMania so why not take it back there?
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