• Men’s World Titles Might Split Soon Due To Possible New Money In The Bank Stipulation
Money In The Bank 2022 premium live event will take place at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on July 2nd.
WWE aired a promo for it during WrestleMania Backlash, where Cody Rhodes said the following:
“One lucky male and female Superstar will win the chance to main event WrestleMania.”
WWE aired the same ad on last night’s RAW. This has begun speculation that WWE might have changed the stipulation for the MITB contract, and it might be similar to a Royal Rumble victory now.
According to the Wrestling Observer, the Men’s World Titles (WWE & Universal Titles, both currently held by Undisputed Champion Roman Reigns) might split soon due to this possible new stipulation:
“So, the first time I saw that, I just thought, ‘Wait a minute.’ So, I asked around and nobody seemed to know anything so I didn’t really worry about it. But, they aired the same promo. It’s not a mistake. They aired the promo, it’s on RAW again [last night].
That’s what they said. I know people there that should know that don’t know and were surprised. Asked WWE. The official statement was that there is no official statement. But, the ad was what the ad said, so it appears the winners of the men’s and women’s Money in the Bank match are going to be getting Title shots at WrestleMania based on the promotion for the show that they put on.
I guess maybe the mentality is that it would enhance the value of Money in the Bank and make it mean more, but obviously, it would change the entire nature of Money in the Bank.
Anyway, there’s another thing that will probably get clarified in the next day or two, but the ad was what the ad was. They didn’t say the winner can cash-in whenever they want through WrestleMania. It was like, the winner gets a Title shot at WrestleMania.
In theory, on July the 2nd, we will have two contenders for WrestleMania the next April already done. You know, a men’s and women’s contender.
And, if the Royal Rumble remains what it is, that would tell you that there’s going to be championship matches, both men’s and women’s. There’s only one men’s [World] Title, but I guess that means maybe there will be a second men’s Title by the time we’re at WrestleMania, which doesn’t surprise me. Everyone knew that it was a matter of time before they went back to two.”
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• Old School WWF Legend Celebrates His Birthday
Old School World Wrestling Federation Legend “El Matador” Tito Santana (Real name: Merced Solis) turns 69 today.
Tito Santana wrestled for the World Wrestling Federation from 1979 until 1993 and later returned as Spanish commentator.
Santana is one of very, very few major Professional Wrestling Stars, who had been a babyface his entire career and never turned Heel.
He was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2004 by his WrestleMania VIII opponent “The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY Tito Santana!