WWE fans will get to witness some quality matches when Money In The Bank 2016 kicks off in T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on 19 June (Sunday). The match card for the event includes Money In The Bank (MITB) ladder match, a clash between AJ Styles and John Cena, and Seth Rollins return to challenge Roman Reigns for the WWE world heavyweight championship.
The highly anticipated MITB ladder match will see six wrestlers square off for the golden briefcase with the winner getting a shot at the heavyweight championship at a moment's notice between now and next year's MITB PPV. Sheamus was the winner of last year's MITB ladder match.
Below is the entire match card for Money In The Bank 2016:
1. Money In The Bank ladder match
Sami Zayn, Cesaro, Chris Jericho, Dean Ambrose, Kevin Owens and Alberto Del Rio will be square off against one another to get their hands on the golden briefcase. Fans can expect the match to be action packed with the wrestlers trying to outdo one another for the win.
2. WWE world heavyweight championship match
Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins will finally square off since the latter destroyed THE SHIELD. Rollins was forced to turn in his heavyweight title after he was struck with a knee injury. The injury kept Rollins out of the ring for 7 months. He has recovered and will be looking to reclaim the title he "never lost" from Reigns, who has been steamrolling through his opponents since winning the title from Triple H at WrestleMania 32.
3. AJ Styles vs John Cena
John Cena's return to the ring will see him clash with AJ Styles. Cena was sidelined after suffering from a shoulder injury, which he is still recovering from. This match will be exciting as Cena will do his best to make his comeback a successful one. However, Styles - whose popularity in the WWE has risen in less than 5 months - will be looking to stop Cena.
4. WWE Tag Team Championship match
The New Day, Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson, Enzo Amore & Big Cass, and The Vaudevillains will clash in a fatal 4-way match.
5. WWE United States Championship match
Rusev will square off with Titus O'Niell.