twitter google-plus feed2 chevron

Promotional Poster For WWE’s Money in the Bank Pay-Per-View Event

iN DEMAND has revealed the promotional poster for WWE’s Money in the Bank pay-per-view event taking place July 15 and it features Alberto Del Rio in a Forbes-like magazine cover. The official description suggests that only one Money in the Bank Ladder Match will be held, rather than two in the past.

The synopsis reads: “A guaranteed championship match hangs 20 feet above the ring in a steel briefcase. One man will scale the heights and seize his destiny. Don’t miss John Cena, Randy Orton, The Miz, Alberto Del Rio, and all your favorite WWE Superstars at WWE Money in the Bank, Sunday, July 15, live on pay-per-view.”

WWE Money in the Bank

  • Tyler(:

    European Championship was bullshit and Cruiserweight Championship was spot monkey heaven.

    Use the friggin’ FCW ones on NXT.

  • hornswoggler from the chocolate factory

    bring back the hardcore title,,,,,and let it be contested under the 24/7 rules…that was awesome!!!!!

  • JohnCena33

    They should ADD titles, not take them away. Three belts on RAW (WWE Championship, USA Title, and Crusierweight Title). Three belts on SMACKDOWN (Worldheavyweight, IC Title, and Euro Title)

  • Robinson

    O cool randy Orton will be there lol

  • xXx

    i’d love it if its either ziggler or barrett

  • Bill

    If they have 2 this year, why not let superstars form both brands compete in them now that they’ve pretty much combined them? For example, Smackdown’s Cody Rhodes could be in the Raw MITB. Have 4 guys from each brand in each match.

  • ant

    im rooting for dolph ziggler

  • Jimbo

    Agreed with Prince. I wonder if Barrett is still the favorite?

  • Prince

    It’s better to only have one. Having two cheapens it in my opinion. One is also better because it can then be cashed in for either title, which makes it more unpredictable.

  • SYM

    This looks like the cover to the Magazine my Maids Read O_O

  • LSC

    Well…at least it is ten times better than last year’s MITB Poster