With just over two weeks to go until the 2016 Money in the Bank pay-per-view, the WWE is already well under way developing the match card ready for the June 19 event.
We already know that Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns will do battle for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, whilst only one name is still to be added to the MITB ladder match alongside the already confirmed Sami Zayn, Dean Ambrose, Kevin Owens, Cesaro, Chris Jericho and Alberto Del Rio.
Fans are, though, still waiting to learn what the WWE has in store for a host of other big name Superstars. Rather than waiting for things to unfold over the next fortnight however, a report today from NoDq.com appears to have revealed details of no less than six other matches set to take place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
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According to the report, which notes that the matches are "expected" to take place, the below will be added to the Money in the Bank card:
- Rusev vs. Titus O’Neil for the U.S. title
- New Day vs. Anderson & Gallows.
The report does note there is potential for a three or four-way match involving the Usos and Vaudevillains.
- Charlotte & Brooke vs. Natalya & Becky Lynch
- Goldust & R-Truth vs. Breeze & Fandango
- Sheamus vs. Apollo Crews
- Dolph Ziggler vs. Baron Corbin
Of course, at this stage, all of the above are yet to be confirmed but, considering recent events on WWE TV, they all make a lot of sense.
Just which matches will takes place on the pre-show is also unclear, however the most likely for that role would presumably be either Ziggler vs Corbin or the Goldust and R-Truth vs Breeze and Fandandgo.
With Vince McMahon said to be impressed with the Breeze/Fandango duo thus far, an impressive performance at the upcoming PPV could have a big impact on their future with the brand split just around the corner.
For a lot of fans, the report does highlight one disappointing outcome of the current storylines. Charlotte's involvement in a tag team women's match will mean that she isn't defending her Women's Division title at Money in the Bank.
It remains to be seen just how accurate this reported match card is, but these matches certainly add a lot of depth to what is already shaping up to be an intriguing event in a few weeks time.
With Bray Wyatt rumoured to be returning to in-ring action next week and John Cena now back on WWE TV, there is also still room for some exciting late additions or interference come June 19.