Once again, it’s that time. WWE‘s annual Money in the Bank live-event will take place in just 30 days. Two members of the current roster have the chance to redefine their fate in London. It is dubbed one of the most-anticipated concepts in history. The company has put in a little more effort for the latest MITB. This is due to the first time that this event will originate from the United Kingdom.
A spoiler regarding the ladder match winners has been revealed just a month before a career-altering event. Boozer Rassel revealed on Twitter that LA Knight are leading the charge. IYO SKY is a strong contender to win the briefcase, even though the self-proclaimed superstar has been the frontrunner for a long time.
The popularity of LA Knight increased dramatically in recent weeks. Even when he was not present at the Night of Champions event in Jeddah, the crowd chanted his title. This shows how popular he is among WWE’s main roster. SKY, on the other hand is gradually teasing her babyface turn. The Genius of Sky, after a NXT Takeover match at Backlash against Bianca Belair, is channeling her character from NXT.
Despite Vince McMahon’s constant suggestions, Knight and SKY remain the frontrunners. Both names have yet to be qualified for their ladder matches. The former Eli Drake will face Montez Ford tomorrow night in a MITB qualifying match on SmackDown. WWE has not yet announced a match like this for IYO SKY.
What were the winners of the Money in the Bank ladder matches in the past?
Vince McMahon, who was the creative leader in WWE last year, made sure to promote his rookie. The 77-year old was known to have pledged that Austin Theory would become the next John Cena. The 25-year old swindled his way to success in no time. He was the last-minute inclusion in the Men’s Ladder Match and he grabbed the briefcase.
This decision left the WWE Universe puzzled, as they thought he was a Parvenu. Although Theory had won the US Title when McMahon ran things, Hunter forced Theory to cash in on that title instead of bothering Reigns in his invincible run. Liv Morgan won the women’s division and performed a successful cash in on Ronda Roussy that night. She became the SmackDown Women’s champion after that.