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Triple H Announces Participants for Money in the Bank Match

Triple H Announces Participants for Money in the Bank Match

On the final edition of WWE Raw leading into Sunday’s Money in the Bank pay-per-view, we now know the participants in the traditional Money in the Bank ladder match for the briefcase that holds a future shot at the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.

While it was already known that Seth Rollins would be in the match, Triple H announced that Rob Van Dam, Kofi Kingston, Dolph Ziggler, Jack Swagger and Bad News Barrett would also be in the match competing for the briefcase.

Later in the show, Seth Rollins has his match against Rob Van Dam cut short when he was attacked by Dean Ambrose who then said he would find a way into that match of simply hijack it.  Rollins then asked Triple H to insert his former Shield member in the match so he can “have Ambrose where he can control him” which Triple H agreed to.

So there are now seven members in the match vying for the briefcase and a future shot at the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at Money in the Bank.

Both Van Dam (2006) and Ziggler (2012) are former MITB winners.  All together, it looks to be a good mix of young, talent with some high flyers mixed in as well.  Rollins looks to be the odds on favorite with Barrett seemingly having a good shot as well with his recent push.

Who do you think will win the Money in the Bank ladder match for the briefcase on Sunday?  Leave your thoughts below in the comments section.

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