On the mailbag segment of Monday's episode of Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer fielded a question about the likelihood of a women's Money in the Bank ladder match at the Money in the Bank pay-per-view on June 19 in Las Vegas.
"I've heard talk. I don't know that it's going to happen. I hope if they do it, that they don't do a ladder match. I just feel that people would get hurt. Maybe do an elimination match. But then if you don't do the ladder match, then it makes it secondary, so you're kind of screwed.
"But I think that there should be a women's Money in the Bank match, for sure. But the ladder aspect ... I'm just not comfortable with it, because I feel that people would get hurt."
Now that the rumor is out there, it's certain to capture the attention of a great many wrestling fans. The idea had already been floated by fans, of course, and the idea had picked up steam after the rechristening of the women's division and the influx of talent to the main roster following WrestleMania 32.
Go ahead and start fantasy booking your women's Money in the Bank match, everyone. It probably won't happen, but it sure is fun to hope and dream.