WWE announces second Money in the Bank ladder match for WWE world heavyweight title shot

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The rumors have been proven true, much to the delight of fans everywhere.

On tonight's episode of Main Event from Columbus, Ohio on the WWE Network, it was announced that there will be a second Money in the Bank ladder match at the pay-per-view (PPV) of the same name on Sun., June 29, 2014, at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. While the main event ladder match will be the vacant WWE world heavyweight championship title, the second will be the traditional match for the briefcase holding a contract that guarantees a shot at the WWE title at any time over the next year.

Seth Rollins was the one who announced the match while also revealing himself to be the first entrant.

Here's the video:

No word yet on who else will be in the match, but one would assume Dean Ambrose will be one of them. There also was no announcement of how many participants there will be. Stay tuned for all that.

Here's the updated Money in the Bank match card and line-up:

- Money in the Bank ladder match (WWE world heavyweight title)
- Money in the Bank ladder match (WWE world heavyweight title shot)
- The Usos vs. The Wyatt Family

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