Report: Women’s WWE Money in the Bank Match Planned for June PPV


A women’s WWE Money in the Bank Ladder Match is reportedly in the works for next month’s pay-per-view.

The WWE Money in the Bank Ladder Match has been a concept for a little over a decade. It awards one WWE Superstar a guaranteed World title match at any point for up to one year. Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose and Sheamus are among the recent winners.

What there’s never been is a women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match, however. This is despite the recent rise in WWE’s Women’s Division since 2015, along with them receiving bigger spotlights on RawSmackDown Live and marquee pay-per-views.

Well, that’s reportedly about to change. According to Pro Wrestling Sheet, WWE is planning a women’s Money in the Bank Match for the upcoming Money in the Bank PPV. It will take place on Sunday, Jun. 18. There’s no details given on who may be involved or anything about the potential match at this SmackDown Live show.

This would be a major development in the Women’s division, making it a more serious entity in WWE. As it’s noted in the report, it would also be a step toward equality between the male and female performers of the company.

As for potential match entrants, the SmackDown Women’s Division is somewhat limited, so there are only a small amount of Superstars to choose from. This includes Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair, Carmella, Natalya and Tamina. So maybe we’re in for a Triple Threat Match, rather than the six participants usually included in the men’s bout, given their side of the roster is larger.

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With SmackDown Live taking place on Tuesday night, it’s possible fans hear this announcement shortly. Then, more details will potentially be revealed, leading us to what could be a historic Money in the Bank PPV in St. Louis, MO.