WWE Money in the Bank 2017: Ladder Match Superstars Set


The 2017 WWE Money in the Bank Ladder Match participants have been announced. Who will be involved from WWE SmackDown Live?

With Backlash over, the 2017 WWE Money in the Bank pay-per-view will be up next. It’s SmackDown Live’s next exclusive show, which will take place on Sunday, Jun. 18, from the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, MO.

The most anticipated match for this show is always for the Money in the Bank briefcase. This features either six or seven Superstars, battling for a guaranteed WWE Championship Match. They can cash this in at any point, for up to one year.

During Tuesday’s episode of SmackDown Live, the six participants were revealed for the ladder match. They are Kevin Owens, AJ Styles, Shinsuke Nakamura, Dolph Ziggler, Baron Corbin and Sami Zayn.

This is just about all of the top Superstars, except for Randy Orton and Jinder Mahal, who will be in the WWE Championship Match at Money in the Bank. It contains three former World champions, with Nakamura, Corbin and Zayn all having the potential to become one.

If Styles wins, he’ll have the chance to become a two-time WWE Champion. He held the belt from September 2016 to January, losing to John Cena at Royal Rumble.

Owens became the second Universal Champion in 2016. He ran with the belt from August to March, being defeated by Goldberg at Fastlane.

Corbin has yet to win the WWE Championship, let alone any title in WWE. He has the chance of inserting himself into the main event scene by winning the briefcase.

Ziggler has been away from the World title for the past three-plus years. He had a run with the World Heavyweight Championship, but mostly has been involved with the Intercontinental Championship.

Zayn hasn’t held a World Championship either. He’s flirted with it before, but never coming close to winning it.

Nakamura is the freshest face. He only had his SmackDown Live in-ring debut on Sunday. However, the former NJPW star held the NXT Championship twice, with the latter reign ending in January of this year.

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Was this the proper field for the Money in the Bank Ladder Match? Who will win?