Final Men's Ladder Match Qualifiers Set For Next Week's WWE SmackDown

Who claims the final spots?

The final two qualifying matches for the men's Money in the Bank ladder match are scheduled for next Friday night's edition of WWE SmackDown.

The qualifying bouts feature two long-running feuds, as Seth Rollins goes one on one with Cesaro, while Baron Corbin takes on Shinsuke Nakamura.

Regarding the Rollins/Cesaro match, the story is that Rollins is angry over not getting to challenge Roman Reigns for the Universal title at Money in the Bank (the shot was granted to Edge last week). As a make-good for not getting the shot, Rollins was informed by Adam Pearce and Sonya Deville on SmackDown that he would have a chance to qualify for Money in the Bank on next week's program, via the match with Cesaro.

Rollins and Cesaro's feud began shortly before WrestleMania 37, whereas Nakamura and Corbin's rivalry has lasted since May. That feud resulted in Nakamura defeating Corbin for his crown on the June 18 SmackDown.

So far, John Morrison, Riddle, Drew McIntyre, Ricochet, Big E, and Kevin Owens have qualified for the men's ladder match at Money in the Bank.

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