Money in the Bank has been one of the most exciting pay-per-views of the past few months (maybe with the exception of NXT Takeover…The End).
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Considering WWE.com did predictions themselves (even though that probably led to more confusion than interest), I’ve decided to lay out my Money in the Bank predictions this year. I hope to God I’m right.
It’s been a few weeks since ‘Extreme Rules’, and there is a lot of exciting things that have happened since. One of the most exciting parts of the pay-per-view was the return of Seth Rollins.
After Roman Reigns successfully defended the title against AJ Styles (and The Club), Rollins came out of nowhere and pedigree’d him. He then came on Raw the next day where Shane McMahon granted him a title match at Money in the Bank.
Yes, I’m writing another WWE post. I’m sorry I’ll get back to politics soon.
Anyways a lot has happened since Extreme Rules: the qualifying matches for the Money in the Bank event have already happened, Jericho has stopped screaming, and Seth Rollins is back.
But most importantly, a lot has happened to AJ Styles (who, I will admit, I’ve never truly been a fan of). He is no longer a contender for the World Heavyweight Championship, he was knocked out of the Money in the Bank qualifiers by Kevin Owens, and he lost his best friends Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson. So at this point, nobody really knows what is going to happen to AJ Styles.
Let’s take a little break from politics, shall we?
WWE Extreme Rules, which aired on May 22nd 2016, had some amazing moments. The match between Roman Reigns and AJ Styles had been hyped up since the last pay-per-view. The intercontinental title became one of the most anticipated matches of the evening. People actually began to care about the Diva Women’s title, and Dean Ambrose was just being Dean Ambrose.