By RantSports Staff on June 11, 2014
In this slideshow we'll take a look at some rumored matches for WWE Money In The Bank 2014. Because information is somewhat limited (Daniel Bryan situation) on what the final card will actually look like, we'll give a few predictions/thoughts as well.
WWE wisely kept BNB out of the MITB match. He's not ready for the main event quite yet, and another singles victory is just the ticket for him at current time. It seems likely that he'll have a rematch with RVD, but don't be surprised if another participant is added to make it a three-way dance.
This Tag Team Titles bout has been in the works for a while now. You get the feeling that the Usos will drop the belts, as the wyatts clearly have been on a much bigger role as of late.
Ambrose specifically called out Rollins on the most recent episode of Raw. A singles match is likely in order at MITB. Will Triple H be in Rollins' corner? Because you know Reigns will be in Ambrose's corner. A tag match between the four stars could also work.
The Divas title will be up for grabs at MITB. If for nothing else, to give the crowd a break.
This first-time match figures to feature: John Cena, Bray Wyatt, Alberto Del Rio, Sheamus, Randy Orton, Cesaro and one more participant. Who will be the last man added? Don't even say CM Punk. It's not going to happen.
There are rumors floating around about a second MITB match being added to this year's show. The second MITB match would be traditional and for the No. 1 contender's briefcase, and would feature up-and-coming stars. But with only two weeks remaining until the show, there's still no official word from WWE on a second ladder match.
Reigns will either be: Ambrose's manager for his bout with Rollins, part of a tag team match between The Shield and Evolution OR added to the MITB championship match. He could easily be the seventh and final participant, which would give him spotlight, while allowing him to feud with Randy Orton, which will ultimately lead to his singles match with HHH.
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