Money in the Bank is this Sunday and we only have four matches officially announced.
We have Paige defending the Divas Championship against one of her biggest challenges to date in Naomi whilst The Usos defend their tag team titles against the strange pairing of Luke Harper and Erick Rowan.
As well as this we have the two epic ladder matches which pit some of the best superstars against each other, the traditional Money in the Bank Ladder match sees Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose, Dolph Ziggler, Kofi Kingston, Jack Swagger and if cleared Bad News Barrett fight it out for the lucrative contract.
Whilst Sheamus, John Cena, Roman Reigns, Randy Orton, Alberto Del Rio, Cesaro, Bray Wyatt and the newly announced Kane will fight it out to be crowned the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion.
On paper all of this looks great, but in reality we have just four matches announced and two title holders involved in other matches which means there will be a lot of filling on the night.
If Smackdown is anything to go by Big E and Rusev will be set for a re-match from Payback but this time could be very different, Big E looks to have targeted Rusev as of late and could be the only person to stop the Bulgarian Brute.
Rusev made Big E tap in record time to the Accolade last month, the former Intercontinental Champion will not want a repeat of that this Sunday.
Other matches that have been hinted include Stardust and Goldust continuing their decent run they have been on as of late when they go up against another tag team which will probably be Curtis Axel and Ryback since they aren't on the card.
Whilst Layla and Summer Rae also have some differences to be ironed out as the two have been embroiled in a few backstage altercations as of late and finally they could meet in a one on one match this Sunday, or Fandango could finally chose which one he really wants.
That being said there are only the four matches officially announced as of writing but every wrestling card is subject to change and much like Payback, there will be a lot of time left to fill.
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