Usually when the Money in the Bank comes around fans are waiting in anticipation to see what will occur at the event...this year it seems to be a little different.
Normally around this time fans are excited and sharing their opinions and predictions on what they believe will happen, who will walk out as the World Heavyweight Champion briefcase holder and who could walk out as the WWE Championship briefcase holder.
But ever since Triple H announced that the champions were going to be unified, it didn’t really hit the fans until a few months ago as Money in the Bank was creeping up.
It’s not an ideal situation right now, Daniel Bryan’s injury has not only had an impact on the Money in the Bank card but is has also exposed the lack of depth at the top. This was always a worry, ever since the championships were unified a problem like this was always going to happen and is unavoidable, but now the WWE need to pull something out of the bag to ensure this year’s Money in the Bank event is another memorable one.
A lot of speculation is going around regarding the event as it should, the event needs to get people talking and at the minute it is doing just that so the WWE have a good start there. The fact that one ladder match is for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship rather than a briefcase and another potential Money in the Bank ladder match, this is keeping fans wondering as to what may occur.
Who will walk out as a brand new WWE World Heavyweight Champion? If there is a briefcase on the line, which superstar has the best chance of unhooking it? A lot of questions will be answered on June 29.
However speculation is continuing to grow, the first surrounds now-former WWE World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan. Rumours suggest that Daniel Bryan could surprise the WWE Universe and enter as the final entrant in the Money in the Bank ladder match, competing for the titles he was stripped off due to injury.
Everyone is under the impression that Daniel Bryan’s condition is very poor, therefore the WWE didn’t want to risk having Bryan involved in any sort of match, let alone a ladder stipulation alone with six other men. Could he be a last minute addition? Who knows? But I believe he shouldn’t be included at all.
Even if he is declared fit for the event he should be allowed the extra time off to fully heal his body and avoid any further potential injury, which could result in being a lot more serious; nothing is stopping them from pinning the gold on Bryan before SummerSlam.
Again, that is speculation and the WWE may decide not to go ahead with it at all and have Bryan rest up at home.
Another rumour which has been spread online in the last 24 hours or so involves a potential swerve to the end of the WWE World Heavyweight Championship ladder match. It has been speculated that two superstars could grab separate titles to finish the match, ultimately dividing the gold once more.
Whether this option has been discussed or not remains to be seen when the actual match itself takes place on June 29.
WWE fans – would you prefer to see Daniel Bryan compete at Money in the Bank or let him heal fully? Have your say in the comments section below and come discuss all things WWE with me on Twitter @RazK28.
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