WWE rules out Roman Reigns for Money in The Bank

Roman Reigns finally will not be part of WWE Money in The Bank, the event that will take place on July 2 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. This information has been confirmed by various media in recent hours, including Justin Barrasso, a journalist for Sports Illustrated.

WWE has also made an important change in the last few hours. Through your ticket sales section on its official website, the company has removed the last official poster in which Cody Rhodes was the central figure replacing Roman Reigns from the original image. This means that, despite what he mentioned on Monday Night Raw, Rhodes will not be part of the show either.

The media agrees that it is unclear why Reigns is no longer scheduled for the show. However, it seems that the company did not see the need to use its champion after the change of the show to a smaller venue with all tickets sold. Reigns was originally scheduled to fight Riddle at Money in The Bank, Randy Orton at SummerSlam, and Drew McIntyre at Clash at the Castle.

The fight with McIntyre is confirmed internally since the fighter himself launched the challenge last Friday on Friday Night SmackDown. Orton vs. Reigns still seems to be in the plans, but Riddle’s match, if it does happen, would have to take place at a different show.

With this change, Riddle is likely to be a part of the men’s ladder match at Money in The Bank. WWE has not yet officially announced any participants. Many media have indicated that the original plan was to give Cody Rhodes the victorybut the fighter is currently injured and will have to undergo surgery to repair his pectoral tear.

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WWE rules out Roman Reigns for Money in The Bank