SPOILERS: WWE Money In The Bank Match Participants Revealed: London Event Set to Make History

London, July 1st, 2023 – Excitement is building as the WWE gears up for its highly anticipated Money In The Bank event, set to take place in London. The company has been hard at work planning the show, and insider Twitter account @BoozerRasslin has shared some intriguing details regarding the potential participants for the Money In The Bank ladder match.

Known for its accurate WWE news updates, @BoozerRasslin has reported that several names are “almost confirmed” for the match. These include Damian Priest, LA Knight, Bobby Lashley, and Matt Riddle. These talented wrestlers are expected to bring their A-game to the London event, adding to the excitement and intensity of the match.

While these participants seem to be on the verge of being locked in, other names are currently being discussed but have not been officially confirmed for the match. The wrestlers under consideration are Cody Rhodes, GUNTHER, Finn Balor, Chad Gable, and Edge. WWE fans around the world are eagerly awaiting the final decision on these potential contenders.

Interestingly, @BoozerRasslin also shared that the WWE has not yet made a final call on whether the Money In The Bank match will be a 6-way or an 8-way showdown. This mysterious aspect has sparked speculation among fans and insiders alike. In a cryptic tweet, @BoozerRasslin hinted that the United Kingdom is about to etch its name in the history books, raising curiosity and anticipation for the upcoming event.

As always, the winner of the Money In The Bank ladder match will secure a coveted title shot, which can be cashed in at any point within a calendar year. This prestigious opportunity adds an extra layer of excitement to the match, as participants vie for the chance to become a future champion.

For more WWE news, spoilers, and updates, click here to stay up to date with the latest developments leading up to the Money In The Bank event.

Published by One Stop Wrestling

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