The Money in the Bank pay-per-view on May 19 is the last event before Extreme Rules - which is set to take place at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia on July 14.
That show is still three months away, but we already have a firm idea of what some of the main event matches will be. The Wells Fargo Center's website is advertising three a trio of singles matches - A.J. Styles vs. Drew McIntyre, Roman Reigns vs. Randy Orton and Seth Rollins vs. Baron Corbin in a Universal Championship match.
That's a strong indicator of what matches and feuds we can expect WWE to start building towards now. Reigns moved to SmackDown Live last week in the Superstar Shake-up, so he'll be starting up a program with Orton any day now.
Styles moved over to Monday Night Raw in the Superstar Shake-up, after spending three weeks on the blue brand. McIntyre is in line for a major push, and with his rivalry against The Shield now done with, WWE is ready to put him up against one of the other main event superstars.
As for Rollins, things are changing quite a bit now with The Architect. Dean Ambrose is leaving WWE when his contract expires this month, and The Shield had their "Final Chapter" on Sunday. With Reigns moving over to the SmackDown Live brand, there simply is no more Shield, leaving Rollins to be the undisputed No. 1 babyface of the Raw brand.
The Money in the Bank pay-per-view is only a month away now, so it'll be interesting to see if WWE has already transitioned towards these three advertised matches/feuds by then - or if these six superstars will have different opponents. We'll have to wait and see how it all plays out.
What This Means
Well, we know what new feuds will start taking place in WWE, following WrestleMania 35 and the Superstar Shake-Up. Of course, WWE changes a lot of plans at the last minute these days, so it's possible that the three advertised matches don't end up happening. But for now, we know that they're building towards Styles-McIntyre, Corbin-Rollins and Orton-Reigns.