WWE really wants to push its digital streaming service, the WWE Network, or the promotion is way to giddy after an unbelievable WrestleMania 31.
In just two weeks, WWE returns with Money In The Bank, the fourth consecutive pay-per-view (PPV) offering in two months, live from Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio.
Two huge matches were announced last night at Elimination Chamber, as Kevin Owens will take on John Cena in a rematch after Owens pinned the current WWE United States Champion in one of the biggest and most shocking upsets of all-time. Also on the card, the Money In The Bank ladder match will feature a crop of household names, as Roman Reigns, Randy Orton, Dolph Ziggler, Kofi Kingston, Neville, and Sheamus will all compete for a shot at the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, which is awarded to the competitor who snatches the briefcase.
More opponents for the ladder match are expected to be announced tonight on Raw, and considering the event is just over a dozen days away, expect more matches to be announced, too.