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Possible Winners For The Women’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match

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• ON THIS DAY IN PRO WRESTLING HISTORY (May 8, 1988) – WCCW Parade of Champions 5

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on May 8, 1988, Fritz Von Erich’s World Class Championship Wrestling held the ‘5th Von Erich Memorial Parade of Champions’ at the Texas Stadium in Irving, Texas.

This was the last out of 5 “Parade of Champions” events that were held once a year from 1984 till 1988.

Here are the results:

The Missing Link & Jason Sterling defeated Vince Apollo & The Angel of Death

WWA World Heavyweight Championship
Mike George (c) defeated Jeff Raitz

Steve Casey defeated Eric Embry

Black Bart defeated Bill Irwin via DQ

Triple Dome of Terror
Terry Gordy defeated Michael Hayes

Texas Heavyweight Championship
Terry Taylor (c) defeated Chris Adams

Triple Dome Texas Roundup
Jason Sterling, Steve Casey & John Tatum defeated Angel of Death, Terry Gordy, Michael Hayes, King Parsons, Buddy Roberts, Jack Victory, Shaun Simpson and 6 others

Bruiser Brody & Kevin Von Erich defeated Buddy Roberts & a Masked Man

Vacant Wild West Tag Team Championship
John Tatum & Jack Victory defeated Terry Gordy & Steve Simpson via count out

WCCW World Heavyweight Championship
Kerry Von Erich defeated Iceman Parsons (c)

• Vince McMahon Congratulates Batista

• Possible Winners For The Women’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match

According to Slice Wrestling, WWE officials have discussed about the winner of this year’s Women’s Money In The Bank Ladder match and the following names have been discussed as potential winners:

– Ruby Riott (RAW)

– Mandy Rose (SmackDown Live)

– A member of IIconics (Billie Kay or Peyton Royce) (SmackDown Live)

– Alexa Bliss (RAW)

However, it should be noted that Ruby Riott wasn’t able to qualify for the Women’s Money In The Bank ladder match on this week’s RAW, so she won’t even be in the match.

The only woman qualified for this match as of this writing is former NXT Women’s Champion and current RAW wrestler Ember Moon.

        
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