As we saw on Monday’s edition of RAW, with Daniel Bryan having to relinquish his WWE World Heavyweight Championship after not being medically cleared to compete, a new champion will be determined via a ladder match at the next special event at the end of the month, Money in the Bank.
After the announcement, Triple H announced that Randy Orton would have a spot in the match because, well because he’s Orton and Alberto Del Rio had already qualified on Friday’s edition of Smackdown. Qualifying matches were held on RAW which were won by Cesaro and Sheamus, meaning that there are two more slots to fill.
According to a report from WrestleZone via F4WOnline, the company apparently sees this as a perfect opportunity to continue the feud between John Cena and Bray Wyatt by inserting them into the match as the last two contenders.
According to F4WOnline.com, both John Cena and Bray Wyatt are expected to be added to the upcoming Money in the Bank match for the vacant WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Adding both would bring an element of past story-telling to the ladder match, as Wyatt and Cena have faced each other three times at three consecutive PPV events, starting at WrestleMania XXX.
While, yes, theoretically this feud should be over given what happened at Payback with Cena emerging victorious in the Last Man Standing Match, there’s no harm in putting them into this sort of environment where they can lock heads once again.
Plus, you know WWE has to troll the internet by putting Cena into this match, right?