WWE have just announced that tag team champions The Usos will be defending their gold at the Money in the Bank pay-per-view against the team of Luke Harper and Erick Rowan.
The match was first planned to be a part of the Payback event just two weeks ago, but instead both tag teams played a part in the John Cena vs. Bray Wyatt Last Man Standing Match, as a form of back up for their respective friend.
Leader of the Wyatt family, Bray has already been announced as part of the WWE World Heavyweight Championship match which is one of the traditional ladder matches at the pay-per-view this means that Harper and Rowan wont be needed at ringside to help their leader so finally they are free to compete for gold in their own right.
John Cena should be fighting for a place in the match this Monday on Raw which would leave just one place in the match for the biggest prize in WWE which it has been rumoured could be filled by Roman Reigns.
Given his recent run with the Authority it is unlikely they will allow Reigns to qualify, but 3MB are now no longer a part of WWE so they can't come out and stop him if he has a match on Raw so an actual feud may be established for the former powerhouse of The Shield.
Rumours surrounding Money in the Bank have WWE waiting until the actual event to reveal the final participant which is also heavily rumoured to be the conqueror of the streak himself Brock Lesnar, who was not due back until Summerslam on his regular part time deal.
At time of writing these two matches are the only ones officially announced for the Pay-per-view that is just over two weeks away, but others have already been hinted, including Seth Rollins v Dean Ambrose and a second ladder match for the traditional Money in the Bank briefcase which will see only up and coming superstars participate.
The one problem with the main rumours heading into the event is that if the ending to the ladder match is to be a swerve where two superstars take the two championships then there will only be one briefcase, this means that much like when the ladder match was still at Wrestlemania the holder would have a choice of the two titles and could then cash in on either champion.
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