Women’s WWE Money in the Bank Match Reportedly Planned for SmackDown PPV

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WWE is tentatively planning to have a Money in the Bank ladder match for a shot at the SmackDown Live women’s title at the Money in the Bank pay-per-view in June, Pro Wrestling Sheet’s James McKenna reported.

It would be the first time members of the women’s division competed in a MITB ladder match.

The move would continue WWE’s general push toward emphasizing women’s wrestling. Whereas a women’s MITB match once would’ve seemed improbable, it’s a natural progression for the division.

Sasha Banks and Charlotte have already gone head-to-head in a Hell in a Cell match last October:

A month later, they battled in a Falls Count Anywhere match:

Money in the Bank matches typically feature six wrestlers but only five women—aside from champion Naomi—are active competitors on SmackDown Live. Pro Wrestling Sheet’s Ryan Satin sees a golden opportunity coming from the situation:

A Money in the Bank briefcase would add another layer of intrigue to SmackDown Live’s women’s division.

If Charlotte Flair won, then she’d cast a big shadow over the division, with the champion feeling vulnerable at all times. The ladder match could also be a chance to help Carmella or Tamina establish herself on the blue brand.


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