Report: Rumour Killer On 2023 WWE Money In The Bank Winner
A certain WWE talent hasn't been discussed as a potential Money in the Bank winner
The next Money in the Bank pay-per-view is at least six months away but a rumour killer has already emerged about a potential winner.
Rumours in recent weeks have touted that LA Knight is already scheduled to win next year's Men's Money in the Bank Ladder Match but a WWE source told Fightful Select that the former IMPACT World Champion has not even been discussed as a possible winner.
"I like LA Knight, but we don't even have definitive plans across the board for months down the line, much less next year's Money in the Bank. If we wanted it on him so bad, it wouldn't have been hard to take Theory's to put on him. I've never heard him discussed in the same conversation as Money in the Bank. Not that it couldn't happen, because he's a great performer, but it's not been discussed," the source said.
Recent reports also noted that the Money in the Bank ladder matches could be returning to WrestleMania instead of taking place at their own standalone event. Several members of WWE's creative team and higher-ups in the company noted to Fightful that while the idea isn't impossible, nothing has come across their desks as of yet.
Money in the Bank has been a staple of WWE since 2005, with past winners including Edge, John Cena, CM Punk, Kane, The Miz, and Otis. Austin Theory won the 2022 Men's Money in the Bank Ladder Match and he became the latest talent to have a failed cash-in, unsuccessfully challenging Seth Rollins for the United States Championship.