WWE Money in the Bank: 20 Questions and Answers

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WWE Money in the Bank: 20 Questions and Answers

This column is a monthly feature that looks ahead to WWE's next pay-per-view offering. I did this for the past three pay-per-views and the response has been great, so I'll keep it going in the future as well. The questions are from me. The answers are obviously from me.

This is different from the pay-per-view preview that we do before the events because those are predictions of matches after seeing all of the television leading up to it. The questions in this column are about the buildup to the event as we head Money in the Bank on July 13.

Here's a look at the lineup courtesy of WWE.com. There are eight matches announced. One of them is on the pre-show.

I'm not sure when the last time WWE announced a full eight-match card nearly two weeks before a pay-per-view, but I'm glad it did. When I did this column about Payback last month, only three matches were announced by this point.

—WWE Championship: John Cena vs. Mark Henry 

—Money in the Bank Match to win a contract for a WWE title shot: CM Punk, Daniel Bryan, Rob Van Dam, Randy Orton, Christian, Kane and Sheamus

—World Championship: Alberto Del Rio vs. Dolph Ziggler

—Chris Jericho vs. Ryback

—Money in the Bank Match to win a contract for a world title shot: Wade Barrett, Cody Rhodes, Damien Sandow, Dean Ambrose, Fandango, Jack Swagger and Antonio Cesaro—Confirmed

—Intercontinental Championship: Curtis Axel vs. The Miz

—Divas Championship: AJ Lee vs. Kaitlyn

—Tag team champions Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins vs. The Usos: This will take place on the Money in the Bank pre-show, aka the Kickoff Show.

None of the questions are about The Wyatt Family. They debut on Monday's Raw, but who they go after is anyone's guess. I'm leaving them out of this. They could have a presence on the show. For now, I'll talk about the matches we know about it.

Will any more matches be added? I really doubt it. It's a full card. Let's get to the questions and answers.

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