Money in the Bank takes place on Sunday night.
It's WWE's first pay-per-view since WrestleMania 36 and could well be the most unique in history.
This year, the ladder matches will be contested at 'Titan Towers' - WWE's Global Headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut.
Superstars involved will be attempting to 'climb the corporate ladder' and will start on the ground floor of the building, fighting their way to the roof, where they will find the ring and the briefcases.
Pretty exciting, right? It should certainly be a spectacle.
Ahead of the Money in the Bank PPV, here's everything you need to know.
Date, time and venue:
This year's MITB will air on Sunday, 10 May 2020. It's scheduled to start at midnight UK time (7pm Eastern Time).
The namesake ladder matches will take place at WWE HQ, but it's possible the rest of the PPV will come from the Performance Center. WWE are yet to confirm either way.
Money in the Bank was originally set to be held at the Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore, but that was cancelled because of the coronavirus.
How to watch:
The pay-per-view will be shown live on the WWE Network.
As ever, it's free for new subscribers but after the 30-day trial, it costs £9.99 per month to continue.
Alternatively, the show is available to UK based fans on BT Sport Box Office for £14.95.
Money in the Bank card:
Here is the full, confirmed card for MITB:
- The New Day (c) vs The Miz and John Morrison vs The Forgotten Sons vs Lucha House Party - Smackdown Tag Team Championship
- Bayley (c) vs Tamina - SmackDown's Women's Championship
- Braun Strowman (c) vs Bray Wyatt - Universal Championship
- Drew McIntyre (c) vs Seth Rollins - WWE Championship
- Asuka vs Shayna Baszler vs Nia Jax vs Dana Brooke vs Lacey Evans vs Carmella - Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match
- Daniel Bryan vs Rey Mysterio vs Aleister Black vs King Corbin vs Otis vs AJ Styles - Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match
That's certainly not a bad line-up.
All eyes will be on this year's ladder matches and by the end of the night, we'll have two brand new contenders for WWE's world championships.
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