Derek J. Hernandez

Rasslin’ Rumor Roundup (6/2-6/7): Dudley Boyz Return, Money In The Bank Contract Winner

Outside of fantasy booking and complaining about WWE creative there’s nothing the internet wrestling community (IWC) loves to do more than speculate on rumors. This weekly feature recaps the latest gossip surrounding pro wrestling over the previous week.

Let’s take a look at the most prominent rumors from 6/2 through 6/7:

  • Other than Seth Rollins vs. Dean Ambrose (WWE World Heavyweight Title), the Money in the Bank Ladder Match, John Cena vs. Kevin Owens, and New Day vs. Prime Time Players, the only other rumored matches are Big Show vs. The Miz vs. Ryback for the Intercontinental title and Nikki Bella vs. Paige for the Divas championship
  • Looks like Eva Marie’s first feud in NXT will more than likely be with Bayley
  • Chris Jericho and Brock Lesnar are expected to be a part of the July 4th WWE Network special that is broadcasting live from Tokyo, Japan
  • Per the Wrestling Observer, Ring of Honor is still planning to do one or two live specials a year
  • The WWE is looking to bring back a legendary tag team to feud with Luke Harper & Erick Rowan. That tag team? None other than the Dudley Boyz.
  • Paul Heyman should be returning to live television in the coming weeks
  • It’s been strongly suggested within WWE Creative that Roman Reigns will in fact win the Money in the Bank ladder match. We’ll have to see if he turns heel the same night and plays a role in the Rollins vs. Ambrose match, which is also rumored.
  • The WWE confirmed Sunday Tyson Kidd is out with an injury. The injury is rumored to be of the spinal cord variety

Heard of any other speculation worth mentioning? Let us know in the comments section below. Also, don’t forget that these are all rumors that originated from a ton of different sources and these notes are not to be treated as fact.

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