Following Vince McMahon’s retirement, Triple H wasted no time in making changes to the WWE product. The Game may also consider changing the Money in the Bank concept.
The “Money in the Bank” pay-per-view has been held by WWE since 2010, and the victor of the ladder match receives the right to one title match at any time during the following year. Additionally, starting 2017, WWE has held a women’s Money in the Bank ladder match each year.
WrestleVotes revealed to GiveMeSport that WWE may consider altering Money in the Bank. More specifically, Triple H might decide to have one of the MITB take on a match each day of the WrestleMania weekend instead of running the men’s and women’s ladder matches.
I’ve heard that WrestleMania will feature one night of women’s wrestling and one night of men’s, according to WrestleVotes. I am aware that the concept of one-night stands between men and women has survived since Hunter took over.
WrestleVotes, however, voiced scepticism that WWE will follow through on this. WWE has attempted to position Money in the Bank as a major pay-per-view event to complement the “big four” occasions of Royal Rumble, WrestleMania, SummerSlam, and Survivor Series over the past two years.
“They won’t do it, in my opinion. If Money in the Bank were to take place at Allegiant Stadium and 50,000 spectators were expected, “added WrestleVotes “I don’t think you chuck the show in the trash and put the matches WrestleMania if you can do that on the back of Money in the Bank.”
At WrestleMania 21, the first WWE Money in the Bank ladder match took place, where Hall of Famer Edge prevailed over the opposition to take home the briefcase. Following his victory over John Cena at Next Year’s Revolution 2006, he went on to become the new WWE champion.
WWE Should Keep Money In The Bank As A Pay-Per-View
Simply put, there is no justification for WWE to think about altering the Money in the Bank show or concept. There is no need to add Money in the Bank matches to the schedule because WrestleMania weekend is always packed with must-see matches. Why keep the pay-per-view when MITB is one of WWE’s most thrilling events?