Money in the Bank 2019: 5 Surprises that WWE may have in store for us at the PPV
Money in the Bank is a mere few weeks away as we prepare ourselves for the first PPV since the epic WrestleMania 35. The Showcase of Immortals lived up to the hype as we enthralled to the core by the outcomings of the event.
Now bringing our attention to this year's MITB, the card is stacked up to give us all a night to remember as the matches in line do promise a captivating event.
WWE never fails to entice us and Money in the Bank may be no different! Here we list down 5 surprises that may be in store for the PPV:
#5 The New Day splits up
There is no doubt in The New Day being one of the greatest trios of all time. From record-breaking reigns to hosting WrestleMania, the 3-man group has been one of the top attractions in the company ever since it's inception.
Big E, Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston have travelled the world together and the three men share a pretty solid bond which has been showcased numerous times. Kingston's heroic WrestleMania journey wouldn't have been possible without his New Day brothers and it is fair to say that Xavier Woods and Big E were extremely instrumental in Kofi's triumph.
With that being said, avid WWE fans have long been waiting for the group to break up simply because all good things come to an end. It is the tradition of this company that famous factions tend to break in order to move the story forward. It has always been the case in WWE and may it never stop.
New Day recently recruited a new member in the form of Kevin Owens who took on the opportunity to fill in the void left by Big E. KO did try his best to replicate Big E but the former Universal Champion from Canada eventually came to his natural self and turned on Kofi and Xavier.
Kingston vs Owens ought to have some spice and what greater way to surprise the WWE Universe than break the eternal bond that the New Day stands for. Woods turning on Kingston might help him announce his singles run which now seems like the only great option for him on the roster. Owen leaving MITB with the championship won't surprise many as he surely belongs to the top tier and this will definitely open the gates to many intriguing storylines.