As noted, WWE announced yesterday that Alexa Bliss is not medically cleared to compete at Sunday’s Money In the Bank pay-per-view. Bliss is reportedly out of action with a concussion, according to PWInsider. She last wrestled on the April 29 RAW, losing to Naomi. Bliss has suffered several concussions during her WWE career and recently spent several months out of… Read More Why Alexa Bliss Is Not Cleared For Money In The Bank, Who’s Her Replacement
We now know why Nikki Cross replaced Alexa Bliss in the Fatal 4 Way on Monday’s WWE RAW – because Bliss is injured. WWE announced today that Bliss has not been cleared to compete in the women’s MITB Ladder Match at Sunday’s pay-per-view. A suitable replacement will be announced soon. There’s no word yet on who will replace Bliss but the… Read More Alexa Bliss Pulled From WWE Money In The Bank Due To Injury
Sami Zayn defeated Braun Strowman in the Falls Count Anywhere main event of last night’s RAW to earn Braun’s spot in the men’s Money In the Bank Ladder Match at the May 19 WWE Money In the Bank pay-per-view. Strowman is currently dealing with an injury, according to Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Radio, but that is not why he was… Read More Braun Strowman Reportedly Injured, Backstage News On Why He Was Pulled From WWE Money In The Bank
Monday night Alexa Bliss announced the RAW brand participants for this years Money in the Bank ladder matches and last night on SmackDown Live the SmackDown brand participants was announced. Men’s MITB Ladder Match: Braun Strowman (RAW Ricochet (RAW) Drew McIntyre (RAW) Baron Corbin (RAW) Finn Balor (SmackDown) Ali (SmackDown) Randy Orton (SmackDown) Andrade (SmackDown)… Read More Participants For The Men’s & Women’s MITB Ladder Matches Has Been Announced.
It looks like WWE may be adding a third Money In the Bank Ladder Match for the June 17th pay-per-view from Chicago. There had been speculation on three MITB matches this year but RAW General Manager Kurt Angle only announced the men’s and the women’s matches at Monday’s RAW. Bryan Alvarez noted on Wrestling Observer Live that Angle was set to… Read More WWE Is Expected To Announce A Tag Team MITB Ladder Match Soon
WWE Money in the Bank 2018 will be held at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois on June 17, with tickets going on-sale this Friday at 10 a.m. CT at Ticketmaster.com. According to the official website of the Allstate Arena, both the Men’s and Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Matches will feature Raw and SmackDown… Read More WWE To Hold Dual-Brand Money In The Bank Ladder Matches
Last night on SmackDown live, Carmella won the Money In The Bank Ladder Rematch. So, Carmella is now officially Ms. Money in the Bank. The MITB rematch was made after the first-ever women’s MITB Ladder match at the June 18th pay-per-view ended in controversy due to James Ellsworth helping Carmella win. Carmella now has one year… Read More Carmella Officially Ms. Money In The Bank (Video)
Last night on SmackDown Live GM Daniel Bryan addressed the controversial finish of the first ever Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder match. Bryan decided to strip Carmella of the MITB briefcase and announced a MITB Ladder re-match for next Tuesday’s SmackDown Live. Women’s MITB Ladder Match: Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch, Tamina, Natalya and Carmella. On… Read More Daniel Bryan Strips Carmella Of MITB Briefcase, Announced Rematch For Next Week
Last night on SmackDown Live their was a Women’s #1 Contender Fatal 5-Way match with Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch, Carmella, Tamina and Natalya scheduled but they beat the heck out of each other and the match never started. Shane McMahon came out and announced they would compete in the first ever Women’s Money In The Bank… Read More First Ever Women’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match Officially Announced (Video)
Pro Wrestling Sheet has learned WWE officials are planning to announce a women’s Money in the Bank match for next month’s event … and if all goes accordingly, we’ll be getting the first of it’s kind. Sources tell PWS the SmackDown Live brand pay per view will not only feature the men’s MITB, but as it currently… Read More Women’s Money In The Bank Match Being Planned For Next Month’s Pay Per View?