WWE will showcase the most unique Money In the Bank card payment from two sites, Titan Towers and Performance Center, on Sunday.
WWE plans to broadcast live games from the Performance Center in Orlando, with Money In The Bank ladder games broadcast overnight.
Mike Johnson of PWInsider Elite noted that they should use picture-in-picture, going up and fourth between Titan Towers and the WWE Performance Center.
This would allow people to follow the ladder game throughout the pay-per-view while other live games occur.
According to Dave Meltzer in the latest edition of The Wrestling Observer Newsletter, WWE is also planning a major stunt during the classification match. The promos leading up to the match teased someone who was thrown from the roof of Titan Towers.
According to a behind the scenes source, Vince McMahon himself demonstrated the coup to show that safety measures were followed during production.
The promos that build the game were built around teasing someone who is thrown from the roof at Titan Towers. There have been descriptions of people who knew about Vince McMahon’s tape showing anyone who was supposed to be coming down from the top that they had it installed safely and he demonstrated it.
In a recent interview with TVInsider, Becky Lynch revealed that she had seen McMahon “fall from a tower at 74 years hassle free”.
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WWE Money In The Bank is broadcast on May 10 on the WWE network and à la carte.