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WWE Money in the Bank 2014 match card, rumors

The next pay-per-view (PPV) on the WWE schedule is the Money in the Bank show set to take place on Sun., June 29, 2014, at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. While the concept of the "Big Four" has long been dead, if it were revived this event would likely replace Survivor Series as the number four show on the calender.

We're just two weeks out from showtime and only two matches are official for the card but there are strong rumors accompanying them.

- Money in the Bank ladder match for the WWE championship

Entrants so far: Sheamus, Alberto Del Rio, Cesaro, Randy Orton, Bray Wyatt. It's expected two more wrestlers will be added to the match, but at least one more will be. This match was made necessary when Daniel Bryan failed to get clearance to return from injury to wrestle Kane.

- The Usos vs. The Wyatt Family (Tag team championship titles)

This was made official just yesterday after weeks of the two teams feuding, first as a backdrop to the John Cena vs. Bray Wyatt program and now as a featured attraction.

- Seth Rollins vs. Dean Ambrose*

Not official just yet, so it's listed as a rumor, but this is very clearly the direction.

- Money in the Bank ladder match*

Rumors have been around on this potential match for a couple weeks but it's still unclear if WWE is going to pull the trigger on it. There hasn't been any indication of as much yet, but it could be thrown together fairly quickly. This would be for the usual briefcase and guaranteed contract for a shot at the WWE world heavyweight title at any time over the next year. One idea is to simply book the losers of the qualifying matches for the title match into this one. That would mean Dolph Ziggler, Bad News Barrett, Rob Van Dam, and Dean Ambrose would be in so far with two more names to follow. It makes too much sense to ignore but it is still simply a rumor.

- Rusev vs. Big E*

It looks like the initial rumor of a Mark Henry return and immediate feud with Rusev proved unfounded and they're going back tot he Big E well.

That's it so far, Cagesiders. Your thoughts?

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