WWE Money in the Bank 2019: 5 records that could be made
Money in the Bank takes place this weekend and whilst it's seen as one of the most exciting pay-per-views of the year, there are also a number of records that could be broken as part of the event.
Another Mr. and Miss Money in the Bank will be crowned in Connecticut, as well as Becky Lynch becoming the first female to pull double duty with two championships when she defends both the Raw and SmackDown Women's Championships against Lacey Evans and Charlotte Flair.
The WWE Championship is on the line as Kofi Kingston defends against Kevin Owens, and WWE has booked a fantasy match for the Universal Championship since AJ Styles looks to dethrone 'The Beast Slayer' Seth Rollins.
The United States Championship is also on the line as Rey Mysterio takes on Samoa Joe, whilst Tag Team Championship matches for both brands are still yet to be confirmed.
#5 AJ Styles could make his own record
AJ Styles faces Seth Rollins for the Universal Championship on Sunday night at Money in the Bank, in a match that hasn't taken place for more than 13 years. Styles and Rollins last faced off back in 2006 when the two stars were independent wrestlers and Rollins was still known as Tyler Black, but it was still Styles who had his hand raised at the end of the night.
The two men have picked up a fierce rivalry ahead of their collision this weekend and even though it's not expected that Styles will come out on top against The Beast Slayer, if he does, he will become the first person in history to have held the WWE World Championship, The TNA World Championship, and the Universal Championship.