Details on the WWE Money in the Bank PPV

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Details on the WWE Money in the Bank PPV

Since the announcement of this year's WWE pay-per-vew schedule, there have been some notable changes.

This year we have gimmick pay-per-views such as the "Elimination Chamber" (formerly No Way Out) that revolves around the six men competing for the WWE and World Heavyweight Championship inside the hellacious Elimination Chamber. Then we have the upcoming pay-per-view that's called "Fatal 4 Way" where the championships that are mentioned will be on the line in a Fatal Four Way Match.

The next pay-per-view will be "Money In The Bank." So far, how it will be used was not entirely known

Well, finally details are out about the current plan of the first annual "Money In The Bank." Steve Carrier of F4WOnline.com reveals that the plan is to have two "Money In The Bank" matches for two different briefcases.

But that doesn't stop right there. One of the winners of the Money In The Bank match could use the briefcase at SummerSlam for either the WWE or World Heavyweight Championship.

Ever since the Money In The Bank became a pay-per-view event, I was mixed because usually the Money In The Bank Ladder Match was useful for WrestleMania. Now it makes sense to me because of the opportunities for guys who need a bigger push.

Let's look at the guys that truly need to get into the main event picture like Christian, John Morrison, Kofi Kingston, Drew McIntyre, Matt Hardy, Ted DiBiase, The Miz and Kofi Kingston.

The solution for both Money In The Bank matches could be to seperate, where you can have a RAW and Smackdown winner on each side to earn that briefcase. It's not determined if it would be a RAW and Smackdown Money In The Bank Match or the same like WrestleMania but this is good for the guys that are being overlooked.

So my fellow bleachers, share your thoughts. 

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