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WWE Money in the Bank 2019: Ranking each competitor in the men's ladder match based on how likely they are to win

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959   //    19 May 2019, 22:21 IST

These eight superstars will compete at the Money in the Bank ladder match
These eight superstars will compete at the Money in the Bank ladder match

Money in the Bank 2019 will take place this Sunday on May 16, 2019. In the men's Money in the Bank Ladder match, there will be eight participants. Four participants came from Monday Night Raw and four participants came from SmackDown Live.

The four participants announced from Raw were Braun Strowman, Baron Corbin, Ricochet, and Drew McIntyre. Sami Zayn would eventually defeat Braun Strowman in a Falls Count Anywhere match with help from Baron Corbin and Drew McIntyre to take his spot, while Ricochet defeated Robert Roode in a singles match to keep his spot in the match.

The four participants announced from SmackDown Live were Intercontinental Champion Finn Balor, Ali, Andrade, and Randy Orton. All eight of these men have a good chance of winning this match as they are eight of the most elite superstars in the ring.

High flyers like Ricochet, Ali, and Finn Balor, powerhouses like Baron Corbin and Drew McIntyre, as well as opportunists like Sami Zayn, Randy Orton, and Andrade help to make up a great match that could really steal the show. All these men would be great as Mr. Money in the Bank because they are all hugely talented.


#8: Ricochet

Ricochet can possibly be a future star in WWE
Ricochet can possibly be a future star in WWE

Ricochet has been on an upward trend since being signed by WWE. He has experienced quite a bit of success since joining the main roster, as he was the standout performer in the SmackDown Tag Team Title match at WrestleMania (with his amazing tilt-a-whirl head-scissors, and his amazing flip out of the tower of doom spot specifically standing out) and has pinned superstars like Jinder Mahal, Baron Corbin, Lio Rush, Robert Roode, and Eric Young.

While he is definitely a future champion, his time is not now, as he has only just made his debut. The main purpose for him being in this match is likely for him to hit insane spots and sell some of the other superstars like Baron Corbin, Drew McIntyre, and Andrade.

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