WWE Money in the Bank 2018 Full Match Card Preview and Predictions

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One of the most important PPVs of the year is on this Sunday as WWE presents its annual Money in the Bank event on the WWE Network.

The matches and winners could shake up the future of the company in a big way.

Money in the Bank will feature wrestlers from both Raw and Smackdown Live and is expected to be a long show. With that being said, let's try looking at our crystal ball and predict the winners of this event.

(P) The Bludgeon Brothers (Harper and Rowan) (c) vs Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson - Smackdown Tag Titles: The tag team division has been kind of floundering on both Raw and Smackdown Live as it seems like WWE does not care about the division anymore.

There is a severe lack of star power that is making this division quite boring to watch.

Due to this, I feel nobody is going to really care what happens on this preshow match.

All I'm going to say is that I expect The Bludgeon Brothers to retain because they need to keep the titles for longer to look like legitimate champions.

Daniel Bryan vs Big Cass: This feud seems kind of boring mainly because WWE has soured on Big Cass ever since he went off script a few weeks ago.

Not to mention Big Cass is not a good wrestler and is uninteresting inside the ring.

I have a feeling Daniel Bryan will win this match quite easily since he just came back from retirement and needs momentum to get back to the main event scene.

Big Cass on the other hand is likely to fall back further down the card.

Bobby Lashley vs Sami Zayn: Bobby Lashley is winning this match. I don't have to say anything more as I highly doubt Vince McMahon will allow the much smaller Sami Zayn to win.

Roman Reigns vs Jinder Mahal: Here's another match that is likely to have a clear winner.

Vince McMahon still wants Roman Reigns to be the top guy of the company and I don't think he would want his golden boy to lose to Jinder Mahal so easily.

If Jinder Mahal does win this match, it will be because he cheated.

Seth Rollins (c) vs Elias - Intercontinental Title: Seth Rollins has been the hottest babyface on WWE for several months now ever since he won the Intercontinental title back at WrestleMania 34.

However, Elias has also been a popular act who is over with the fans.

This match is hard to predict a winner, but I'm going to have to go with Elias with this one.

Elias needs a win to cement himself as a legit contender in WWE. As for Rollins, I'm hoping he can move on to bigger and better things as he deserves a main event run as soon as possible.

Carmella (c) vs Asuka - Smackdown Women's Title: Asuka was on a winning streak until Charlotte halted her momentum by beating her at WrestleMania 34.

Carmella on the other hand has had a lot of momentum since she beat Charlotte for the title a few weeks ago.

That said, I feel Carmella is retaining the title although she might only lose this match via disqualification.

It's too early for Carmella to drop the title although I'm hoping she does eventually because her in-ring skills are not as good as Asuka's.

AJ Styles (c) vs Shinsuke Nakamura - WWE Title: This feud has been booked poorly even though these two wrestlers are capable of putting on decent matches.

It's kind of sad not seeing Nakamura win the WWE Title although he has his last chance this Sunday.

I'm hoping Nakamura can win this Sunday because he deserves a title run. AJ Styles already had a decent run and now it's time for him to move on and do something else in the near future.

Ember Moon vs Charlotte Flair vs Alexa Bliss vs Becky Lynch vs Natalya vs Lana vs Naomi vs Sasha Banks - Women's Money in the Bank: The only woman that I feel is going to win this match is Natalya because she has been booked to be an "underdog" for the past few weeks now.

The only reason I feel she will win this match is based on what happens on another match happening later in the night.

Braun Strowman vs Finn Bálor vs The Miz vs Rusev vs Bobby Roode vs Kevin Owens vs Samoa Joe vs TBA (Big E, Kofi Kingston, or Xavier Woods) - Men's Money in the Bank: This match is harder to predict as everyone feels like an underdog in this match.

Not to mention most of them aside from The Miz, Kevin Owens and Finn Balor have never been Universal or WWE Champion before.

As for who will win this match, I'm hoping Samoa Joe can win this match because he deserves a major push on Smackdown Live.

However, I could also see The Miz winning this match too as a title feud with Daniel Bryan could be exciting to see as well.

Nia Jax (c) vs Ronda Rousey - Raw's Women's Title: I feel this will be the main event of Money in the Bank because WWE has been advertising this to be the "biggest women's match" in company history.

They're not exaggerating since Ronda Rousey is by far the most famous female performer that they have got at the moment.

I have a feeling Ronda Rousey will beat Nia Jax, although Rousey will not be Women's Champion for very long.

I predict her "friend" Natalya is going to back stab Rousey by the end of the night and cash in her Money in the Bank contract.

That way, Natalya gets some heel heat while Rousey has a feud for the next few weeks.

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