Shouldn’t that come with a warning? We are in a weird lull period in WWE and that is going to be an issue for the time being. WrestleMania has come and gone and we are on the way to Money in the Bank, where everything will change all over again. That is the kind of thing that can cause some issues for the company, as fans are waiting on the next big moment to come along. WWE might have let us know where that next big thing could come from.
The big attraction for Money in the Bank is of course the show’s namesake ladder matches, where two groups of people will try to climb to the top of WWE headquarters and pull down a briefcase. There will be a briefcase each for the men and the women, with the winner getting a title shot anywhere, anytime. That is the real appeal of the briefcases, but we might know something about what we’ll be getting.
A promo during this week’s Monday Night Raw mentioned that Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch will be confronting the women’s Money in the Bank winner on next week’s show. This would imply either that the women’s briefcase winner is either from Monday Night Raw or will be a SmackDown woman changing shows. The match will consis
t of Asuka, Shayna Baszler and Nia Jax from Monday Night Raw and Lacey Evans, Dana Brooke and Carmella from SmackDown.
There are a few possible options. Check out the match’s competitors:
Opinion: This is the ending that makes sense as Lynch has been so dominant for so long that she needs new challengers. Bayley has held the SmackDown Women’s Title for almost a year, minus Charlotte holding the title for less than a week. I’m not sure which one will win the briefcase, but Baszler would seem to be the most likely option. Either way, Lynch needs the challenge as she has held the title for a long time now and that makes things hard.
Who do you see winning the briefcase? Who should win it? Let us know in the comments below.
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