WWE announce Roman Reigns and Randy Orton for Money in the Bank match

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WWE Elimination Chamber was last night and there were a lot of very good matches on the card for wrestling fans. 

Kevin Owens stole the show against John Cena, with the NXT Champion pop-up powerbombing his way to victory and proving that he deserves to be one of the top heels in the company and his promotion to the full time roster can't come soon enough.

The race for the second best match of the night was a Chamber match, but not the one for the Intercontinental Championship. The tag team match was incredibly enjoyable, with plenty of spots and the New Day coming out on top was the best result, while the Prime Time Players proved they deserve a chance at the belts.

Important Event

But, despite Elimination Chamber being a success, all eyes are now fully turned to the next Pay-Per-View, Money in the Bank. 

MiTB has become one of the bigger PPV's on the calendar because of the sheer spectacle of the ladder matches and the fact that the winner of the main event is more than likely the man who will become the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion.

Well, the WWE have today revealed some of the first names that will appear in the Ladder Match to land the money in the bank briefcase. 

Will Reigns Rule?

The biggest star named in the ladder match right now is Roman Reigns, a man who is widely expected to be challenging for the title already and is only a matter of time before he gets his hands on Seth Rollins and then the belt.

Other guys that have a credible chance at following in Seth Rollins' footsteps and rising up that ladder are Randy Orton, Dolph Ziggler and Sheamus, in my opinion. The other two contestants so far, Neville and Kofi Kingston don't have a realistic chance and seem to be there only because they have great aerial ability to pull off exciting spots.

It looks like there are still two names left to be announced, what with there eight competitors last year, and it is still up in the air at the moment of who they are to be. If Dean Ambrose isn't taking on Rollins for the title that night then expect him to make an appearance, whilst there is potential for another former NXT member to join the fold.


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