New details on LA Knight's future



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New details on LA Knight's future

Money in the Bank is one of the most important pay-per-views on the WWE calendar. In addition to always offering electrifying matches, MITB is assigned the famous briefcase. This year it was Austin Theory, who received a huge push last year and became the protégé of Vince McMahon.

Sadly, Austin joined the list of those who failed to take advantage of the briefcase and take a title. Theory had in fact tried to snatch the United States Championship from Seth Rollins' hands a couple of weeks ago, but Bobby Lashley's interference proved fatal and prevented him from completing the work.

The management's choice to make Theory Mr. MITB 2022 had generated mixed reactions from fans. While some were delighted to see a young star receive such an opportunity, others were convinced Austin wasn't ready yet, especially with Roman Reigns as the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion.

New reports have emerged indicating when WWE Superstar LA Knight is set to have his first feud on SmackDown.

Update on LA Knight's future

According to 'Xero News', LA Knight would be the big favorite to win the briefcase next year.

After spending some time at NXT, Knight was moved to the main roster as Max Dupri in January 2022 and formed a stable alongside Mansoor and Mace. Returning to Theory instead, former WWE manager Jim Cornette analyzed his strange parable: “What did this guy do wrong? It looked like Austin was the chosen one.

He had taken possession of the Money in the Bank briefcase and was Vince McMahon's protégé. He has all the credentials to break through. Since Vince left, he has become a lackey. He doesn't even have his briefcase left.

It seems clear to me that WWE has started a demolition process against him. The last thing Vince was doing before he left was trying to push Austin to make him a WWE top athlete. He had become the boss's protégé, you could see him everywhere.

Vince really believed in his potential. The fact that he was Vince's 'boyfriend' put him in an awkward position with Triple H." Former TNA World Champion EC3 is seemingly displeased with WWE's recent decision to turn LA Knight heel on SmackDown.

"I guess that's what they planned on going in and having forbidden, kind of like calling an audible and run with what people actually want to see. I'm sure Vince Russo on the headset would have been like, "Talk from your heart, bro, or don't be a heel, just be you."