WWE: Schedule Update for "Money in the Bank" PPV in 2017!

When it was confirmed the 2017 edition of the Money in the Bank pay-per-view (PPV) would be held at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri on June 18, we wondered if it would be a dual-brand show or exclusive to Monday Night Raw or SmackDown Live.
Now we know.
WWE noted in its announcement that tickets for the event will go on sale this Fri., Feb. 17 at 10 a.m. CT that it will be a SmackDown show. This would seem to indicate the briefcase will be exclusive to the blue brand and, unlike last time WWE had separate rosters, there won’t be two separate matches with briefcases for each show.
That’s probably for the best considering how watered down the concept has become, not to mention SmackDown promoting itself as the show that gives everyone a chance instead of building around part-timers and acts from the past.
Happy the briefcase will be blue?
The Money in the Bank PPV event will take place on 18th June in 2017
Going forward in 2017, we might get one more PPV added to the dual brand PPV list. 

In a recent report from wrestlezone.com suggested that during the recent WWE Live event in St. Louis, MO, the arena is advertising for the upcoming Money in the Bank PPV in 2017. The event will take place on 18th June in 2017.

As per the concept of the Money in the Bank ladder match, superstars from both the brand should be given opportunities for earning the briefcase that is hanging high above from the ring. 

Considering the fact that we have got two separate champions on both the brands, we should have two separate ladder matches from Raw & Smackdown.

When this match was born, then we used to have only one single Money in the Bank match at Wrestlemania. With the increasing amount of popularity around the gimmick, WWE started a full-fledged PPV around this match from 2010 onwards. 

From then onwards, we have got dual ladder matches for Raw and Smackdown until 2013. We do not know if WWE will make it a dual brand PPV or not.

Going by the recent reports, WWE might leave the idea of conducting brand exclusive PPVs since it has not been able to generate enough buzz. 

Hence, they decide to arrange fewer PPVs in 2017 calendar where we will see matches from both the brands.

Also, we should remember the fact that WWE is back to its old concept of having two champions in two different brands.

Hence, two separate Money in the Bank ladder matches is indeed needed. It means they will need more star powers to fill up the matches which are literally impossible with superstars from one single brand.
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