5 Surprises that could happen post Money in the Bank 2019
- WWE could save some surprises for after the PPV, and here are a few possibilities
#3 Brock Lesnar returns to demand his Universal Championship rematch
Brock Lesnar has been announced for the WWE Super ShowDown in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. His match has still not been confirmed but it's rumored to be against Seth Rollins in a rematch for the Universal Championship. Lesnar lost his title to Rollins at WrestleMania 35 and has since then been absent from WWE television.
But it's still not clear who will be Universal Champion after the Money in the Bank event, with AJ Styles challenging Rollins for the title. The outcome of this contest could go either way, but whoever wins this match has The Beast waiting. Lesnar could show up on Raw and demand a Universal Championship rematch.
#2 Big E makes a come back from his injury
Big E suffered a torn meniscus during the main event match of SmackDown after WrestleMania 35. WWE didn't put a specific time table on his return, but rumors suggest that the company is planning his return for the Money in the Bank event. It's not clear whether he will still return on the show, but he could be returning very soon.
It's possible that WWE saves his return for after the Money in the Bank pay-per-view. Ratings of both shows have been going down, which means the company won't likely give everything away on the pay-per-view. Big E could return two nights later on SmackDown to assist his New Day members against Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn.
#1 The Undertaker and Goldberg have a face-to-face interaction
The Undertaker will be returning, in Saudi Arabia, after missing WrestleMania 35. He will be colliding another returning star, Goldberg -- who last competed at WrestleMania 33 and then a year later was inducted into the Hall of Fame.
The company also needs them to reverse declining TV ratings. So, they will likely show up on Raw to have a face-to-face interaction before they face each other at WWE Super ShowDown. This will not only increase ratings, but also promote WWE's Saudi Arabia show.