WWE Money in the Bank: For those who don’t know, the Rated-R Superstar Edge redefined his career after he won the WWE Money in the Bank contract back in 2005 at Wrestlemania 21. On the same night, he cashed it in on the then WWE Champion John Cena and embarked on his journey to becoming one of the most decorated World Champions in the history of the business.
Money in the Bank is always a career-defining prospect for an individual. It is something that could define a niche for a budding WWE Superstar. This year in the men’s Money in the Bank ladder match, Seth Rollins, Drew McIntyre, Riddle, John Morrison, Ricochet, Shinsuke Nakamura, Kevin Owens, and Big E will be competing. In this post, we have handpicked 3 superstars who desperately need to win the Money in the Bank contract to give the much-needed gas to their careers.
WWE Money in the Bank: Big E
Despite having a heavily built physical stature, Big E has not held the World Championship ever in his career. The former New Day member has qualified for his first-ever Money in the Bank ladder match, and already he is touted as one of the favorites for this match.
A win here for Big E could reformulate his career and put him on the top of the ladder among the current faces of the company. Are you counting on Big E to win the contract?
WWE Money in the Bank: Riddle
Riddle has been by far the most impressive talent on the Red brand (WWE Raw) in recent times. In the last month or so, he has got singles victories over the likes of the former World Champions, AJ Styles, Drew McIntyre, Randy Orton, and others.
Riddle seems to be in his grove and backing himself in all aspects heading into the Money in the Bank PPV. Can the Original Bro elevate himself at the top of the pile by winning the Money in the Bank contract this Sunday? Maybe Yes!
WWE Money in the Bank: Shinsuke Nakamura
Wrestlemania 34, Shinsuke Nakamura vs. AJ Styles for the WWE Championship. Two of the best technical wrestlers in the business collided at the grandest stage of them all for the coveted WWE title. The match had everything on display- Skills, move set, charisma, pops, etc. But in the end, it was AJ Styles who stood tall and retained his WWE Championship.
Shinsuke turned heel after the match, and his opportunity at the World Title blemished with time. Recently, he revamped himself by winning the crown from Baron Corbin, and it seems like Shinsuke has got all the momentum heading into the ladder match this Sunday. Winning the contract will glorify his crown victory over Corbin and put him back into a much-deserved title picture and among the top draws on the Blue brand.