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WWE Money In The Bank 2019: 5 potential finishes for Seth Rollins vs AJ Styles - Universal Championship 

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6.02K   //    18 May 2019, 19:00 IST

Who will leave Connecticut with the Universal Championship?
Who will leave Connecticut with the Universal Championship?

Money in the Bank 2019 will finally see two of WWE's biggest stars clash over their World Championship. AJ Styles and Seth Rollins have never gone one-on-one in a WWE ring and both men have definitely had differing routes to get to where they are in WWE right now.

The last time Rollins took on Styles was back in 2006 when he was still known as Tyler Black on the Independent Circuit. In recent years, Rollins has been the fastest rising star on Monday Night Raw, whilst AJ Styles has had a lockdown on SmackDown Live, which is why these two stars didn't cross paths until the Superstar Shakeup following WrestleMania back in April.

Given the fact that Seth Rollins defeated Brock Lesnar for this title and is now expected to defend against him at Super Showdown in Saudi Arabia, the outcome of this match seems to already be confirmed, but there are many other elements that could become factors as part of tomorrow night's match.


#5. AJ Styles becomes Universal Champion

Will AJ Styles leave Money in the Bank as Champion?
Will AJ Styles leave Money in the Bank as Champion?

AJ Styles has had quite the prestigious career in the squared circle, he has amassed a number of Championships in that time and if he's able to finally lift the Universal Championship tomorrow night then he will become the first person to have held the WWE, TNA, IWGP and The Universal Championships.

Of course, Styles is a formidable opponent for anyone and he's a star that has proved his worth on a number of stages, which is why many of the WWE Universe believe that this could be his time and he could finally be about to make Money Night Raw the house that AJ Styles built, much like SmackDown Live was for more than a year.

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