Following WWE Extreme Rules, all eyes now turn to the next pay-per-view which is the infamous Money in the Bank.
A seven-man ladder match is the iconic match for this PPV as the winner earns himself a contract which gives him the right to have a shot at the WWE World Heavyweight Championship whenever and wherever he wants.
So far, WWE have filled six out of the seven spots, with; Kevin Owens, Chris Jericho, Dean Ambrose, Sami Zayn, Cesaro and Alberto Del Rio all booking their spots in the ladder match.
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However, that means there is one space available, so here are four superstars that could take the final slot.
The Eater of Worlds has been quiet over the last few months, due to a minor calf injury he sustained in April.
Wyatt made a significant impact during last year’s ladder match, interfering with Roman Reigns’ efforts to get his hands on the coveted briefcase.
Wyatt would be the ideal candidate to win the ladder match. He is very popular amongst the WWE universe, and could easily present the suitcase as a relic to be idolised, placing a unique and bizarre emphasis on the briefcase, much like he did with the Undertaker’s urn.
Kalisto has proven himself as being capable of performing at the highest level several times.
His incredible athleticism and strength, make him an ideal candidate to fill the final spot in the ladder match.
Kalisto proved his abilities as a top high-flyer in the 2015 Tables, Ladders and Chairs pay-per-view, in the ladder match for the tag team titles, with some impressive spots.
Even if he wasn’t a legitimate contender, Kalisto should still be entered for his ability alone.
Cena has been out for the last several months following a rotator cuff injury.
Although WWE probably plans on entering him into a feud with Rusev over the United States Championship, Cena would also fare well in this ladder match.
Over his tenure in the WWE, Cena has only ever held the Money in the Bank briefcase once, entering him in this match may be the final bit of magic to make this match one of the most memorable in WWE history.
After Baron Corbin won the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania 32, one’s thoughts were propelled back to the previous two winners, Cesaro and The Big Show.
The Battle Royal should have been a significant stamp on these star’s careers, however, this wasn’t the case for any of the previous winners.
If the new era in the WWE is putting emphasis on the emerging NXT talent, then Corbin would certainly be a worthy addition to the ladder match.
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