Money in the Bank Should Return At WrestleMania 29
Since the Money in the Bank match was introduced at WrestleMania 21, it was one of the major highlights that made WrestleMania a special event for wrestling fans.
In fact, WrestleMania hasn’t been the same since WWE decided to stage a standalone Money in the Bank PPV.
As for WrestleMania 29, I think it’s now the best time to bring the Money in the Bank match back. WWE has a ton of talented wrestlers that don’t even have matches set for them at WrestleMania this year. A 10-man Money in the Bank match is sure to keep fans excited and the wrestlers themselves happy.
Apart from the main event matches that have already been revealed at WrestleMania 29, there is still a number of wrestlers that have not been booked for the event yet. WrestleMania 29 is only around six weeks away, and no storylines and feuds have been created for a majority of wrestlers.
Randy Orton, Sheamus, Ryback, Big Show and Chris Jericho are just some of the names that have yet to be booked in a meaningful feud for WrestleMania. It’s possible some of them will team up to face the Shield, but not all of them will be able to fit into this match.
Another famous name that seems to be misplaced this year is Dolph Ziggler. Yes, he already has a Money in the Bank briefcase, but what will he do at WrestleMania? It would be historic if he becomes the first man to hold two Money in the Bank briefcases at the same time.
The Money in the Bank match has been missed for two years now, and it would be great to see it makes its return at WrestleMania 29.
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