Spoiler: Who’ll win Seth Rollins vs. AJ Styles dream match at Money in the Bank?

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WWE will host the next pay-per-view event in the form of Money in the Bank. It is coming up after six weeks of an unusual gap following Wrestlemania 35. This show will take place at the XL Center in Hartford, Connecticut. Despite the lower TV rating, WWE is coming up with a wonderful match card that has a dream main event.

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Spoiler for WWE title match at Money in the Bank

Contract signing for the title

Seth Rollins defeated Brock Lesnar in the opening match of Wrestlemania 35 to become the new Universal Champion. Now he will be defending the title for the first time in a pay-per-view event against the Phenomenal One. It will be Seth Rollins vs. AJ Styles for the red-strapped belt at Money in the Bank which is a dream contest for many.

Both these superstars are perhaps the best in-ring athletes of this generation. So they will undoubtedly put on a show to remember forever. In fact, this is a match that has Wrestlemania written all over it. The only reason to host this at Money in the Bank is to make the show a sell-out where tickets were barely moving.

These two have tremendous respect for each other

A huge portion of the WWE Universe still believes that AJ Styles will actually go on to win the match. However, the reality is far different. SkyBet Wrestling has published the ongoing odds that shows Seth Rollins is the favorite one to retain the Universal Championship at Money in the Bank 2019.

AJ has all the momentums right now

It should not come as a big surprise as Seth Rollins has just won the Universal Championship at Wrestlemania 35. He is the flag-bearer of the Monday Night Raw brand whom we expect to have a long title run, anyway. Furthermore, Wrestling Observer reported that WWE has confirmed the post-Money in the Bank title feud for the Architect.

Baron Corbin has pinned Seth Rollins on May 6th episode of WWE Raw to earn a possible future championship opportunity. All the upcoming live events throughout June are advertising title matches between them hinting the next pay-per-view outing. But most importantly, those are showing Rollins as the reigning champion confirming that the title run will continue.

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