Triple H Teases ‘A Few Surprises’ For WWE Money in the Bank

Triple H Teases ‘A Few Surprises’ For WWE Money in the Bank WWE

WWE Chief Content Officer Triple H has shared an interesting tease ahead of Money in the Bank, hinting that he has a few surprises up his sleeves.

Saturday’s (July 6) premium live event will be an important one, with men’s and women’s Money in the Bank ladder matches set to take place.

In addition to these two ladder matches, and the other matches scheduled for the show, WWE appears to have some shocking moments in store.

Triple H has now shared a video on Twitter, during which he notes that he has “a few surprises” in store for tonight’s show.

The Game said:

“Money in the Bank is a great PLE for WWE I think because it changes the trajectory of a lot of things. So as you’re getting ready to head into SummerSlam, once somebody has that Money in the Bank briefcase, it sort of changes the dynamic, and the chase begins.

“If you’re the champion you always have to be looking over your shoulder. It will be a big night and a lot of great talent in there, it’s very difficult to call. I think all of the matches tonight will deliver, and then some. We have a few surprises in the tank so it’s going to be a fun night. 

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Believing that Saturday’s show will be one to remember, Triple H captioned the post:

The entire landscape of @WWE is about to change.

#MITB streams LIVE from Toronto tonight, 7PM ET/4PM PT @peacock @WWENetwork

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You can watch Triple H’s video below:

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