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WWE Money in the Bank 2019: 2 rumored feuds which should happen after Money in the Bank and 1 which should not

Shubham Singh
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5.60K   //    16 May 2019, 19:45 IST

A tough road lies ahead for The Big Dog, Roman Reigns after Money in the Bank
A tough road lies ahead for The Big Dog, Roman Reigns after Money in the Bank

Well, of late, WWE has been buzzing with all sorts of rumors. From speculating about WWE's Super ShowDown in The Middle East later this year to coming up with different theories regarding Money in the Bank, the Internet Wrestling Community is really active.

Money in the Bank 2019 is scheduled for this Sunday, and given the high profile and star-studded card, the event looks promising. However, given a few of the recent rumours, the show has all but become quite predictable (if it was not already).

Yes, rumour has it that WWE has started advertising a few bouts featuring some big guns of WWE for Extreme Rules already in advance. Thus, it could only mean that a few potential feuds between those big names could be on the line after May 19.

And yes, you guessed it right, in this article we are going to discuss 2 rumoured feuds which should happen after Money in the Bank and 1 which should not.


#3 Should happen: Roman Reigns vs Elias and Shane McMahon

Roman Reigns could face Elias as well as Shane McMahon after Money in the Bank
Roman Reigns could face Elias as well as Shane McMahon after Money in the Bank

Roman Reigns is scheduled to face Elias at Money in the Bank 2019. However, it seems WWE is not putting this rivalry to bed this early.

Yes, according to rumors, WWE is advertising Roman Reigns vs Elias and Shane McMahon for Extreme Rules. Thus, expect a controversial finish of the duo's match at MITB.

Given how things have been going on between the former SmackDown's Commissioner and Reigns, WWE could have Shane McMahon shows up to distract and cost Reigns the match or he could team up with Elias to beat the living daylights out of Roman Reigns resulting in a no contest (since a loss anyhow could slightly undermine Roman Reigns) to lay down the breadcrumbs for a potential feud.

Also, it would be the right decision to have Roman Reigns grind some more in the midcard to gather momentum before getting launched in the main event scene on the blue brand.




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