5 Shockers that we can get at Money in the Bank 2019
WWE is all set to move forward in its journey after the culmination of WrestleMania 35 with the upcoming Money in the Bank PPV. 4 Matches have already been announced for the show so far, and a lot more have been hinted. The matches announced are -
- Seth Rollins (c) vs AJ Styles - Universal Championship
- Becky Lynch (c) vs Charlotte - SmackDown Women's Championship
- Becky Lynch (c) vs Lacey Evans - RAW Women's Championship
- Roman Reigns vs Elias
The card so far looks promising, and if WWE does build it up properly, especially the two Money in the Bank ladder matches, then this could just be one of the best edition of MITB PPVs.
We've already got the news that The Goddess Alexa Bliss will be announcing the participants of Money in the Bank match next week on RAW. Though fans have already started predicting the participants and winner of the match, it would be interesting to see whether WWE throws us all a surprise or not.
In this article, let's take a look at 5 Shockers that we can get at the upcoming Money in the Bank PPV. Do let me know who you think will win the MITB briefcase.
#5 Charlotte becomes SmackDown Women's Champion
This past week on SmackDown, Charlotte became the #1 contender for the SmackDown Women's Championship after defeating Bayley. As a result of that, she will now challenge Becky Lynch for the SD Women's Title at Money in the Bank.
In one of my articles, I've tried to make sense as to why did she become the #1 contender. Many fans weren't really happy to see The Queen back in the title picture, merely weeks after her loss at WrestleMania 35.
She has been in a rivalry with Becky for almost a year now, and it's safe to say that fans don't want to see them continue fighting against each other for the foreseeable future.
But WWE could take this heat on her to the next level if they make Becky drop the Smackdown Women's Title to her at Money in the Bank. First of all, no one is expecting Becky to drop any of her titles at her first defense. Second of all, no one wants to see Charlotte have yet another Women's Championship title. Not for the time being at least.