In less than two weeks, WWE's Money In The Bank will return and already this card is shaping up to be one of the best yet.
Despite two of the biggest rematches slated, its the actual Money In The Bank ladder match that has a great deal of interest.
Six of the eight competitors have already been named, as follows: Randy Orton, Sheamus, Dolph Ziggler, Neville, Kofi Kingston, and Roman Reigns. Rumors have circulated that the number seven slot has been revealed as Kane. If this is the case, why?
The answer to this question was shown before this rumor emerged yesterday.
Monday on Raw, Reigns was put in three separate matches to secure his spot in the match. First was King Barrett, then Mark Henry, and then finally was Bray Wyatt. Reigns prevailed over all three, which guaranteed his spot was safe. The addition of Kane could prove to be problematic for Reigns. Kane could very well be on marching orders to stop Reigns at all cost from winning the match.
Not all bad?
One theory also suggests a possible heel turn for Reigns might be in the pipeline. If this is the case, could Kane's entry potentially benefit Reigns?
Could we see Reigns win the case and cash in that same night? If so, would it be done on Ambrose? This could turn everything upside down. Especially with the unpredictability of the Money in the Bank match itself.
Everyone involved has a one in eight chance of winning. Most everyone involved is making yet another appearance in this match. Kofi Kingston will be making his seventh appearance, Dolph Ziggler and Sheamus are making their third, Roman Reigns and Randy Orton are making their second, and Neville is making his debut.
The possibilities are endless with this kind of match. One thing is for sure, with the World Heavyweight Championship back in the main spotlight again and all of the rumors buzzing around, this event is definitely not one to miss, especially since we are now on the road to SummerSlam.