Crikey moses, it feels like it's been ages since I did one of these. Backlash 2018 - my last reasonable excuse - was way back at the beginning of May and, by WWE standards, that's an age between PPVs. Was a long break probably needed? Yes. Has it dulled my blades for the content? Absolutely not.
Since then though we’ve had precious, precious little from WWE. A lot of storylines have spun their wheels, a lot of the booking’s been really weird but we’ve sort of given them the benefit of the doubt because, well, it’s just that time of year. Surely they’ll fix everything at Money in the Bank. They usually do.
Well, actually maybe they do, I don't really know. But what I do know is the if the rumours swirling around the show are to be believed, then we’re in for one hell of a night. Not necessarily a good one, or a bad one, but definitely an interesting one. Vamos!
The card for Money in the Bank is currently 10 matches long. That’s quite a lot, considering two of them are big ladder matches but, so far, none have been officially moved to the pre-show. This means we could still get more added.
According to reports in Sportskeeda WWE are thinking of popping Albas vs Sin Cara on the preshow. Now, WWE have stated that Sin Cara is not cleared for competition after an attack on SmackDown but… yeah… you know what a work is right?
Verdict: From 5* match in January to pre-show fodder in June. Welcome to the main roster.