as mentioned in Find out for yourself by securing your Money in the Bank tickets as soon as they become available this Friday!
– WWE has confirmed that the June 18th Money In the Bank pay-per-view will be a SmackDown-exclusive event.
Above is video of the quick appearance, where she teases another makeover from Emmalina back to Emma.
– Emma finally made her WWE TV return as Emmalina on tonight’s RAW from Las Vegas but she did not wrestle and it appears the Emmalina character is already done.
What insanity will take place this year as SmackDown LIVE Superstars throw caution to the wind in the pursuit of championship glory?
as informed in When it was confirmed the 2017 edition of the Money in the Bank pay-per-view (PPV) would be held at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri on June 18, we wondered if it would be a dual-brand show or exclusive to Monday Night Raw or SmackDown Live.
This would seem to indicate the briefcase will be exclusive to the blue brand and, unlike last time WWE had separate rosters, there won’t be two separate matches with briefcases for each show.
WWE noted in its announcement that tickets for the event will go on sale this Fri., Feb. 17 at 10 a.m. CT that it will be a SmackDown show.
Happy the briefcase will be blue?
That’s probably for the best considering how watered down the concept has become, not to mention SmackDown promoting itself as the show that gives everyone a chance instead of building around part-timers and acts from the past.
WWE Money In The Bank 2017 Will Be Brand-Exclusive
as informed in Previous Money in the Bank briefcase winners who are currently on the SmackDown roster include Dean Ambrose, Randy Orton, John Cena, The Miz, Kane and Jack Swagger.
Previously during times of the brand split Money in the Bank would hold two of the namesake ladder matches, one each for both Raw and SmackDown.
This year’s Money in the Bank will take place June 18th at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, with tickets going on sale this Friday at 10am.
Last year, Dean Ambrose captured the WWE championship when he cashed-in his briefcase on the same night he won it, defeating his former Shield partner Seth Rollins with the Dirty Deeds to win his first World title.
WWE.comMoney in the Bank, an event which is commonly considered one of WWE’s marquee pay-per-views – and in some cases more important than some other of the “big four” – will this year be brand exclusive to the SmackDown roster.
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