WWE is pushing forward with regular programming throughout the worldwide coronavirus pandemic, for worse or better. Following a series of SmackDown broadcasts in the vacant WWE Performance Center, WrestleMania 36 happened under the very same conditions. It now seems that will last as the forward route with the yearly Cash in the Bank pay-per-view occurring on Sunday, May 10.
Last year’s winners were Brock Lesnar and Bayley, and succeeded in their cash-in efforts, winning the SmackDown women’s names, respectively.
This is the fourth season girls have collaborated in the game, together with previous winners successfully cashing in their contracts to get a world title game. Of those 20 men’s winners ever, just four have failed to catch a world championship in their cash-in effort.
Let us Look at what to anticipate when the occasion goes on Sunday, May 10 in the vacant WWE Performance Center. The pay-per-view broadcast ought to start at the regular 7 pm ET start time using a kickoff show airing an hour before.
WWE Money in the Bank 2020 matches
Men’s Money in the Bank ladder match: There are no confirmed entrants into the match at this time, but qualifying matches set to take place over the course of the next few weeks on television will fill out the field. On April 17, Daniel Bryan will meet Cesaro in a qualifying match on SmackDown. On the April 20 edition of Raw, there will be three qualifying matches: Rey Mysterio vs. Murphy, Aleister Black vs. Austin Theory and Apollo Crews vs. MVP.
Women’s Money in the Bank ladder match — Asuka vs. Shayna Baszler vs. Nia Jax vs. 4 TBD: Asuka was the first to qualify for the match, beating Ruby Riott on the April 13 edition of Raw. That same night, Baszler brutalized Sarah Logan to cement her spot in the match by stoppage. Jax was similarly dominant in dispatching of Kairi Sane on the same show.