WWE is looking for creative things to do on their pay-per-view due to restrictions on large gatherings and their latest idea is to have wrestlers climb the corporate ladder at their Stamford headquarters for the respective Men’s and Women’s Money in The Bank ladder matches. This appears to be their latest idea for a cinematic match.
Former WWE referee Jimmy Korderas chimed in with his thoughts and he feels that the match could be creative and interesting but also points out that the matches could be a trainwreck.
“Two schools of thought here. This could be creative and interesting, but this could also be a train wreck. I could be wrong about the train wreck thing. Yes, they’ve been creative and thinking outside the box. I think this box… maybe they should have stayed inside the box for this one? We’ll wait and see, I’m hoping for the best.”
WWE has plenty of time to edit the matches ahead of the pay-per-view because they were taped last week. You can expect a lot of crazy out-of-the-box ideas for both matches.
You can hear Jimmy Korderas thoughts on the MITB matches below:
— Jimmy Korderas (@jimmykorderas) April 20, 2020
Thanks to Ringside News