This Sunday, WWE's Smackdown brand presents the Money in the Bank Pay-Per-View. Though it seems like there are constant PPV events these days, Money in the Bank still stands out at one of the most exciting and unpredictable. In fact, this year's card may offer even more surprises than a typical Money in the Bank show.
As always, the event is built around the titular ladder match, which sees six stars compete in an every-man-for-himself environment for the chance to win a briefcase that holds a contract for a WWE Championship bout. The contract can be cashed in at any time in the next year, without any warning. For the first time ever, though, an identical match is being held involving the women of Smackdown. The winner of that contest will receive a similar contract for the Smackdown Women's Championship.
This show will also feature three title matches, including Jinder Mahal's first test as WWE Champion. Last month, the former undercard mainstay scored an unlikely win over Randy Orton to reach immortality, but on Sunday, he'll have to give Orton his rematch. Additionally, The New Day will challenge The Usos for the Smackdown Tag Team Titles, while Naomi defends the Smackdown Women's Title against Lana.
That's what we know about the show, but what can we expect? Here are 10 last-minute rumors for Money in the Bank, ranked from least plausible to most plausible.