Three new matches added to Money in the Bank PPV

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Money in the Bank is this coming Sunday and the match card is now officially complete following the final RAW before the event.

With the triple main event show hosting Seth Rollins vs Roman Reigns, AJ Styles vs John Cena and the Money in the Bank ladder match itself, the rest of the match card has now been confirmed.

PPV debut

One of the matches announced on RAW tonight will see the Pay-Per-View debut of Apollo Crews as he goes one on one with Sheamus.


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The two have been involved in somewhat of a tame rivalry over recent weeks but tonight saw the two come to blows following Sheamus' match with Zack Ryder.

Sheamus attempted to attack Ryder after already defeating him in the match and drew Crews out to ringside in his defense.

Sheamus was left running for the hills as the two are now on a collision course for this Sunday's Money in the Bank event.

Other matches confirmed for the event include a women's tag team match which will see another NXT alumni member make her PPV debut.

Dana Brooke will team up with the Women's Champion Charlotte in a tag team match against Natalya and Becky Lynch.

The final match added on Monday will be the singles competition between Dolph Ziggler and Baron Corbin which will take place on the pre-show.

In what could be set to be their final encounter, the two will start the night off for the fans in attendance as their sub-par feud is placed on the pre-show.

The best money in the bank yet

Several times on RAW tonight, Michael Cole referred to this Sunday's event as the biggest Money in the Bank event ever.

It is hard to argue with that point given the three spectacular main events set to take place this Sunday.

From the clash of former Shield brothers to the match between two of the biggest names in wrestling from the last 15 years, this Sunday should be an explosive event.

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