Both MITB Matches Taking Place at The Same Time, Otis and Carmella Qualify

Both MITB Matches Taking Place at The Same Time, Carmella Qualifies

During SmackDown this week they revealed another very interesting aspect of the Money In The Bank event.

During the opening segment, Daniel Bryan came out to hype Money In The Bank. He discussed the Money In The Bank ladder matches that will take place at WWE Headquarters in Stamford. Then he dropped a very interesting piece of information.

Daniel Bryan said that both the men’s and women’s Money In The Bank ladder matches will take place at the same time. It appears that this will be quite a chaotic cinematic match as two matches are going to take place at the same time.

As we’ve noted, the 2020 men’s and women’s MITB Ladder Matches will begin in the 1st floor lobby of WWE HQ in Stamford, CT, and end on the roof, where the briefcases, ring and ladders will be. The Superstars will fight through the floors of the building, ending up on the roof.

Cole and Corey Graves later discussed the situation but didn’t give any details.

Tonight’s SmackDown also saw Carmella defeat Mandy Rose. Rose controlled most of the match but Sonya Deville distracted Rose, allowing Carmella to get the win and qualify for the Money In the Bank. As seen below, The Golden Goddess was pretty banged up after Sonya Deville destroyed her.

The finalized line-up for the Women’s MITB Ladder Match looks like this: Nia Jax, Asuka, Shayna Baszler, Dana Brooke, Lacey Evans, and Carmella.

The main event also saw Otis defeat Dolph Ziggler to qualify.

The 2020 WWE Money In the Bank pay-per-view will air live on May 10, with at least some of the content airing on tape delay from WWE HQ in Stamford. It’s also possible that some material airs from the closed-set WWE Performance Center in Orlando.

Click here for the updated card.


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