WWE News: Latest Update on the Future of the Money in the Bank PPV in 2012

Chris HumphreyCorrespondent IMarch 1, 2012

The WWE pay-per-view schedule has seen several changes in the beginning part of 2012, but the company is once again looking to change the lineup.

This time, the changes regard the Money in the Bank pay-per-view event.

From Wrestling News Source via ProWrestling.net:

It's been reported before that WWE officials, Vince McMahon in particular, have been changing their minds time and time again regarding the 2012 Money In The Bank.

They can't decide if they want to keep on having its own PPV or just to have a MITB Ladder Match at WrestleMania 28.

The latest news is that the MITB pay-per-view is back on and will take place on July 15 in Phoenix, Ariz.

It would be great for the Money in the Bank pay-per-view to remain as a yearly event on the WWE calendar, rather than reducing it to one match at WrestleMania each year.

With the great card set up for this year’s WrestleMania, the Money in the Bank match might get lost among the other great matches. These include Triple H and Undertaker inside Hell in a Cell, The Rock versus John Cena, and CM Punk defending his WWE title against Chris Jericho.

That being said, if there is a future WrestleMania that has a bit of a lackluster card, the Money in the Bank match should definitely be brought back. After all, the biggest event of the year is the event that birthed the always-entertaining ladder match.

So, Bleachers, how do you like to have your Money in the Bank ladder match? Do you prefer it as a stand-alone pay-per-view event or as a part of WrestleMania each year?

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