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If there is a fifth event worthy of joining WWE’s “Big Four” pay-per-views of the year, it is certainly Money in the Bank.

Unfortunately, this year’s lineup isn’t as star-studded as it would normally be, particularly with both world titles missing in action as Roman Reigns waits until SummerSlam to defend his championship. Cody Rhodes is also on the shelf after having early promotional material revolving around him.

Nevertheless, even if it is largely filler, there are still two briefcases in play that could dramatically change the landscape of Raw and SmackDown at any point going forward. There is still potential for the winners of these matches to make major waves in the months to come.

Who is looking like they’ll come out on top of this show and who will walk away disappointed? Let’s run down the card and try to predict all the winners!

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The key to the United States Championship match winner lies in whether or not WWE plans to have Theory defend the title against John Cena at SummerSlam.

If that’s the case, one would think Cena isn’t winning the belt, as he wouldn’t be able to stick around to defend it, so Theory would have to win there, which is less likely. A disqualification or count-out would only upset fans, too, as would making it a non-title match, as that would only spoil the outcome as a cop-out for Cena to win without taking the belt.

As such, Bobby Lashley winning the title here is a major possibility. That way, Theory can fight Cena, lose, and the title doesn’t complicate things. Theory could even beat Lashley to regain the title after SummerSlam and reset everything.

However, Theory keeps touting how he’s a better United States champion than Cena. If he loses the belt, his claim is invalid and he has less momentum heading into the Cena match, where he’d also lose.

This is a tougher prediction than normal. Does WWE disappoint fans with a non-title match or play hot potato with the title to avoid that? We’ll have to look back on this one in hindsight to fully understand WWE’s thought process, but since Lashley should be title-free later this year in order to challenge Roman Reigns, let’s cautiously say the champion retains.

The Usos are in a similar position to Reigns in that with so much focus being put on The Bloodline’s dominance and unified titles, it is highly unlikely they will drop the belts any time soon.

The Tribal Chief is probably going into WrestleMania with his titles, and The Usos will do the same.

The Street Profits are no slouches, as they’ve held the belts on all three brands. But even though they’ll undoubtedly put on a great performance and give The Usos a worthwhile fight, Jimmy and Jey will be standing tall at the end of this contest—by hook or by crook.

This match was supposed to have a stipulation The Street Profits could choose, which could have given them an advantage, but in typical “plans change for no reason” fashion in WWE, that has been completely ignored so far. Whether WWE remembers and announces a stipulation prior to the bell ringing could help out Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins, but their chances to win are still rather slim.

Originally, Bianca Belair was scheduled to defend the Raw Women’s Championship against Rhea Ripley, but an injury forced WWE to find a replacement. Carmella was slotted in, much like what happened at SummerSlam last year when Sasha Banks was replaced at late notice by Becky Lynch.

This is rather straightforward, though. Belair was in no danger to drop her title to begin with, as WWE hopefully learned a lesson from the last time she was given a lackluster reign that ended too early. Now that Carmella is her opponent and it has been announced before the event, the chances she’ll retain are even higher.

The only way Carmella gets the upset and wins the title is if WWE plans on swerving the audience, which would likely result in a Money in the Bank cash-in. The women’s briefcase does have a history of not lasting more than a day as it is.

But outside of the initial shock value, all that would accomplish is to derail The EST of WWE’s momentum and it would be a mistake. As predictable as it will be, Belair needs to retain. Anything less is foolish.

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