Backstage reports on WWE’s Money in the Bank and LA Knight

In recent months, there has been uncertainty surrounding the future of WWE Money in the Bank, with several reports suggesting that WWE could do away with the annual premium live event and instead host a ladder match at WrestleMania – as it did prior to 2010.

A new report from Fightful Select provided some clarity on the situation, with “several members of creative and higher-ups in WWE” noting that while “such a thing is not impossible,” the idea “hasn’t crossed their desks” yet.

Another rumor doing the rounds is that the LA Knight is looking to win the Men’s Money in the Bank next year, as WWE content boss Triple H is said to be a big supporter of the “SmackDown” Superstar. However, WWE sources close to Fightful shot those rumors down, with one person noting that there have been no discussions about the winner of the 2023 ladder match.

“I like LA Knight, but we don’t even have definite plans for months, much less next year’s Money in the Bank,” an anonymous WWE source told Fightful. “If we wanted it so much from him, it wouldn’t be hard to take it [Austin] The theory is on him. I’ve never heard him discuss it in the same interview as Money in the Bank. Not that it couldn’t happen because he’s a great artist, but it wasn’t talked about.’

Earlier this year, the premium live event Money in the Bank was originally scheduled to take place at the 65,000-seat Allegiant Stadium, but had to be moved to the 17,000-seat MGM Grand Garden due to reported low ticket sales. It was previously believed that WWE intended to build Money in the Bank as part of its new annual “Big 5” along with WrestleMania, SummerSlam, Royal Rumble and Survivor Series. The venue for next year’s Money in the Bank has not yet been announced.

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