Who are the favorites at Money in the Bank?



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Who are the favorites at Money in the Bank?

WWE's next premium live event will air from Las Vegas on July 2, after also seeing an arena shift, for not selling enough tickets for the stadium that was originally chosen by the federation. However, despite this small obstacle, the company has already begun to build the matches that will make up the card, also starting with the qualifications for the Money in the Bank Ladder matches for men and women.

Eight men and eight women will compete at WWE Money in the Bank PPV in two ladder matches that could change the course of their careers.

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And our resident Hall of Fame journalist has chosen his winners – Shotzi and Drew McIntyre.

In an effort to promote the event full of gold and green, the BT Sport WWE profile, which is closely linked with a partnership with the Stamford company, has posted a poster on social media depicting Seth Rollins and his wife Becky Lynch surrounded by money and from the two briefcases.

Seth is busy throwing money, while Becky holds lots of banknotes in her hand and they both look very happy with the wealth that surrounds them. But will this happiness also make it into their careers? Unfortunately, neither of them is having a good time lately despite being two of the company's top athletes, with Seth Rollins just coming out of a losing streak against Cody Rhodes, a nice 3-0 in pay-per-view-, while Becky Lynch lost her Raw champion belt at Wrestlemania 38 and failed to get it back at Hell In A Cell, even losing the 24/7 title against Dana Brooke in the last episode of Raw.

We hope that their being the protagonists of this poster will bring them good. "After her showing against Rousey, if Shotzi gets in the MITB, she has a really good chance to win. She showed what a wrestling package she is and convinced me that she is near the top of the ladder of competitors in the women's division of WWE."

The Hall of Fame journalist also picked Drew McIntyre as the winner from the men's side. "Even though he's still involved with a bitter rivalry against Sheamus, I think Drew will get the briefcase." And her name is Lacey Evans.

After a heated bout, she defeated Xia Li to qualify for the women's ladder match at WWE Money in the Bank. One has to assume that more names will be announced in the coming episodes of RAW and SmackDown.