Money in the Bank card is almost ready



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Money in the Bank card is almost ready

With several advertisements online and on American TV, WWE wanted to make known to its fans a few hours ago that tonight, in the next episode of Friday Night Smackdown, some matches valid for qualifying for the two Money in the Bank match were to be broadcast this Friday, both men's and the women's.

The matches that were announced on the eve of this Friday's episode were also two great matches, which featured Drew McIntyre fighting against longtime friend Sheamus on the one hand, and Lacey Evans and Xia Li on the other.

After making several passes between Raw and Smackdown, Evans then returned to Smackdown to finally make her return to the WWE rings, after her attitude had shown first slightly heel and then babyface. While on the one hand, the men ended their match with a double disqualification, on the other hand, Lacey Evans took care of winning her battle, with the former marine who thus graduated as the first competitor for the Money in the Bank.

Ladder match of the homonymous July ppv.

Latest update on Money in the Bank

WWE announced that this year's Money in the Bank premium live event will be moving locations from the Allegiant Stadium to MGM Grand Garden Arena.

It's the first time in 31 years that the company has moved a show from a stadium to a smaller arena. At the moment, WWE is still in a primal phase of its next PPV card which will air from Las Vegas on July 2, after also seeing an arena shift, for not selling enough tickets for the stadium that had been initially chosen by the federation.

In the card of the next WWE special event, we will find, for the moment: - Bianca Belair vs Rhea Ripley valid for the Raw Women's Championship - Ronda Rousey vs Natalya valid for the Smackdown Women's Championship - Women's Money in the Bank Ladder match: Lacey Evans against 7 other female contenders from Raw and Smackdown - Men's Money in the Bank Ladder match: Drew McIntyre or Sheamus against 7 other male Raw and Smackdown contenders.

At the moment, we remember how Roman Reigns, the company's Universal and WWE champion, will also be absent from the PPV with the stairs, with his big match that should instead take place in Summerslam, when the Tribal Chief should return to the ring against Randy Orton, in a titled match that will follow next week, which Reigns will have with Riddle.