Despite the dramatic events of Extreme Rules being just 24 hours ago, tonight's RAW did a great number on shaping the upcoming Money in the Bank event.
Money in the Bank is one of the most highly anticipated events of the year and the WWE are clearly wasting no time in hyping up this year's event.
Two matches already
We already know that Roman Reigns will defend his WWE World Heavyweight Championship against his former Shield Brother Seth Rollins.
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While five of the seven men who will compete in the Money in the Bank ladder match have also been revealed as Sami Zayn, Dean Ambrose, Chris Jericho, Cesaro and Kevin Owens.
There has been no confirmation on what Charlotte's plans are for the event but there is certainly one very interesting backstage rumour circulating.
Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Radio was recently asked about the idea of a second Money in the Bank ladder match within the women's division.
According to Meltzer, the idea has been discussed by the WWE creative team and is an idea that we could see materialise one day.
As for when they day is, we will never know as he does not believe that it is likely it will be put into place before this year's show.
The match is a great idea and would go a long way to creating the same level of interest in the women's division as you find in the men's.
With a lot of fresh faces on the roster, there would be a lot of names eager for a women's Money in the Bank ladder match, but only time will tell if it ever actually happens.
Entering the unknown
One thing that does appear to be known about the immediate future of the women's division is that it looks to now be set for some time without Ric Flair.
Flair has been the greatest asset of his daughter and Women's Champion Charlotte, but it seems like their alliance has come to an end.
Charlotte pretty much cut all ties with her father on RAW and now looks set to use Dana Brooke as her outside enforcer instead.
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