Who is the favorite to win the Money in the Bank?



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Who is the favorite to win the Money in the Bank?

One of the most anticipated pay-per-views of the whole year, which is not part of the Big Four of the McMahon company, is undoubtedly Money in the Bank. Since the particular stipulation ended in a real ppv, thus moved from Wrestlemania, the WWE has focused a lot on the match with the stairs that entitles you to the famous briefcase, with the contract that can be cashed at any time of the year, against any world champion, on any roster.

Also this year, it is almost time to attend Money in the Bank, which will air on July 18th and will be the first special event that will air after WWE is back on the road and will thus have a live audience for the first time in a full year or more of a global pandemic.

Thanks to the quotes sent by the well-known BetOnline site and many other American online betting sites, we are aware of the possibilities that the male Superstars of Money in the Bank have, in the final victory of the match, with some names that are obviously favorites over others.
Obviously, all this does not guarantee a spoiler on the winner of the match, but it does make it clear how close the victory of one athlete is rather than another.

So let's see how much bets are paid on all participants in the match, to date, from the favorite to the least favorite: - Drew McIntyre: 7/4 - Seth Rollins: 5/2 - Big E: 5/1 - Riddle: 5/1 - Kevin Owens 6/1 - Shinsuke Nakamura: 12/1 - Ricochet: 16/1 - John Morrison: 1/20.

According to the main American online betting sites, therefore, Drew Mcintyre should be able to win the men's MITB this year, who is also one of the favorites of the public, but as we know very well now, the WWE always has some surprises ready for its audience, especially now that it is back on the road.

With the return to the live audience confirmed just this week, therefore, a possible inclusion of a new wrestler at the last minute or a possible injury (also the result of a storyline), could dramatically change the cards on the table, compared to what now it's easier to happen.

Will Brock Lesnar return to Money in the Bank?

It's now over a year that Brock Lesnar has disappeared from WWE's radar but WWE Universe fans have been waiting for months and probably 'hoping' for a sensational return of The Beast Incarnate, absent specifically from the match against Drew McIntyre at Wrestlemania 36.

The contract of the former WWE Champion has long since expired, there have been several rumors about Lesnar, even about his arrival in All Elite Wrestling, but the reality is that the wrestler is waiting for any new and good offers.

In recent weeks there has been a lot of discussion about a sensational return of Brock Lesnar in WWE, in particular in that of SummerSlam and this thing could presuppose a return of the wrestler during the Pay per View of Hell in A Cell.

In the course of Raw Talk the wrestler of the red show Ricochet, wrestler who will be a participant in the Ladder Match in Money in the Bank has launched an interesting possibility, something that could shock both the WWE Universe and the insiders, here are his words : "This is only my second Money in the Bank Match, already in the first time Brock Lesnar appeared out of nowhere and cost the match.

I hope he won't show up again because it would be bad news for all of us." Ricochet's reminiscent occasion is the 2019 Multi-Man Ladder Match when Brock Lesnar appeared out of nowhere and won the briefcase. On that occasion the other participants in the event were Randy Orton, Finn Balor, Drew McIntyre, Andrade, Ali and Baron Corbin as well as of course Ricochet.

For some time there has been talk of a possible return to Brock Lesnar's Smackdown that could launch a challenge and create a dream match against WWE Tribal Chief Roman Reigns, a match that all WWE dreams of and awaits and that could also see among the protagonists also Paul Heyman with the Mad Genius protagonist first in the career of The Beast Incarnate as Manager and now as adviser to the currently most important wrestler within the WWE.