WWE Money in the Bank 2019: 4 biggest heel turns we can witness on the show
We are just a couple of days away from this year's Money in the Bank PPV, which will be coming to us live from the XL Center in Hartford, Connecticut on May 19th. The card for the PPV looks amazing with a total of 11 matches announced, including the two Money in the Bank ladder matches for men and women.
With such an amazing card, Money in the Bank can surely be one of the best PPVs of the year. But other than great in-ring action, other huge factors that can help a PPV succeed are shocking moments and segments that catch fans off-guard.
In this article, let's take a look at the 5 Biggest Heel Turns that can happen on the show this Sunday.
#4 AJ Styles
It is indeed surprising and a shame at the same time that a dream feud like AJ Styles vs Seth Rollins has lost so much of its heat, thanks to some below average booking by WWE.
With Seth Rollins winning the Universal Championship at WrestleMania 35 and AJ Styles moving to RAW a week after as part of the Superstar Shake-up, fans were excited to see these two wrestle each other in a dream match and WWE shocked us all by giving us this match almost immediately.
Seth and AJ are two of the best wrestlers in the whole world and hence their match at MITB would surely be amazing, but the biggest question is how does it end? It's really tough to see any of them losing this match clean, as Seth has just won the Universal Title, and AJ losing would wrap-up this dream feud prematurely.
One great way to stretch this feud and also making it more exciting would be to turn AJ heel at Money in the Bank. This feud so far has been AJ mocking Seth how he can never be as good as the Phenomenal One and how he is better than him.
A heel turn could open up so many new possibilities in this rather underwhelming feud so far. We all know how amazing AJ can be as a heel and that would just add the basic face/heel dynamic that this feud is missing.
Another interesting thing to consider here is whether AJ will reunite The Club to gain an upper hand on Rollins.