Forbidden Door and WWE Money in the Bank 2024

Hot Summer with Forbidden Door and WWE Money in the Bank 2024

Get ready for a wrestling extravaganza as AEW and NJPW team up for Forbidden Door, promising dream matches like Kenny Omega vs. Kazuchika Okada and Jon Moxley vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi. Meanwhile, WWE's Money in the Bank in Toronto is set to deliver high-stakes action with unpredictable ladder matches and passionate crowds. Dive into the latest WWE drama with the Wyatt Family's shocking return and the explosive feud between CM Punk and Drew McIntyre. Don't miss the detailed analysis and predictions on Ringside Report Network. Watch the replay on YouTube, Rumble, or Twitch, or listen to the podcast now!

A Unique Collision of Worlds

Next week, AEW and New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) will host the highly anticipated Forbidden Door event, bringing together some of the best talents from both promotions. This unique collaboration promises to deliver a night of unforgettable matches and moments. Dave Simon and Johnny North kicked off the discussion by highlighting the significance of this event and what fans can expect.

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“Forbidden Door is shaping up to be an incredible event,” Dave said. “We’re talking dream matches that fans have been clamouring for. Not every day you see stars from AEW and NJPW clash in the ring.”

Johnny North added, “The blend of wrestling styles will be something special. AEW’s high-flying, fast-paced action mixed with NJPW’s strong style will be electric. Plus, the storytelling potential is huge. We’re in for a treat.”

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Forbidden Door Key Matches and Storylines

One of the marquee matches discussed was Kenny Omega versus Kazuchika Okada. Both wrestlers have a storied history and have delivered some of the best matches in recent memory. Their upcoming bout at Forbidden Door is expected to be no different.

“Kenny Omega and Okada have a chemistry that’s hard to match,” Dave noted. “Their previous encounters are legendary, and adding the Forbidden Door element only heightens the stakes. This could easily steal the show.”

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Another highly anticipated match is Jon Moxley taking on Hiroshi Tanahashi. Both are former world champions with a lot to prove. Johnny North was excited, stating, “Moxley and Tanahashi are going to tear the house down. Moxley’s brawling style against Tanahashi’s technical prowess is a perfect clash of titans.”

Fans can catch all the build-up and analysis by watching this week’s episode replay on YouTube, Rumble, Twitch, or the podcast linked below.

WWE Money in the Bank: Toronto Prepares for a Showdown

High Stakes in the Six

WWE’s Money in the Bank is set to take place in Toronto, Ontario, on July 6th, and the excitement is palpable. Dave and Johnny delved into the various storylines and matches that are set to make this event a must-watch.

“Money in the Bank is always a highlight of the WWE calendar,” Dave stated. “The unpredictability of the ladder matches, the potential for cash-ins – it’s one of the most exciting nights of the year. And having it in Toronto adds an extra layer of excitement.”

Johnny North said, “Toronto crowds are some of the best in the world. They’re loud, passionate, and going to make this event even more special. Plus, it will be a wild night with so many local heroes and fan favourites.”

Who Will Claim the Briefcases?

One of the biggest questions heading into Money in the Bank is who will walk away with the coveted briefcases. The men’s and women’s ladder matches are always full of surprises, and this year’s line-up is no different.

“In the men’s match, you’ve got guys like Ricochet, Seth Rollins, and Damian Priest,” Dave said. “Any one of them could climb that ladder and grab the briefcase. It’s going to be a war.”

Johnny North highlighted the women’s match: “The women’s division is stacked right now. You’ve got Becky Lynch, Bayley, and Rhea Ripley all vying for that contract. It’s going to be brutal, and it’s going to be epic.”

You can catch the full breakdown and more detailed predictions by checking out the full episode replay on YouTube, Rumble, or Twitch or by listening to the podcast.

Key WWE Events This Week: Wyatt Family, CM Punk, and More

The Wyatt Family’s Return and Chaos on Raw

This week on Raw, the Wyatt Family made a shocking return, causing chaos and leaving a trail of destruction. Chad Gable was brutally attacked, and the aftermath left many questioning the group’s intentions.

“The Wyatt Family’s return was intense,” Dave commented. “Chad Gable was left looking dead with blood on his head. It was a powerful visual, but what’s their endgame? Are they just here to cause chaos?”

Johnny North added, “The new Wyatt Family, dubbed the Wyatt Six, includes Uncle Howdy, Bo Dallas, Nikki Cross, Dexter Lumis, Erick Rowan, and Joe Gacy. It’s an interesting mix, but none are major stars yet. They need a strong leader to make an impact.”

CM Punk and Drew McIntyre’s Explosive Confrontation

On SmackDown, CM Punk and Drew McIntyre’s rivalry took a violent turn. Drew attacked Punk backstage, leaving him bloodied and battered.

“Drew McIntyre carried CM Punk from the parking lot to the stage, dropping him in front of the crowd,” Dave recounted. “It was a brutal display, and Punk isn’t medically cleared to wrestle yet. This feud is far from over.”

Johnny North observed, “This angle sets up a potential match at SummerSlam, but for now, it looks like Punk is out of action. It’s a smart move to build anticipation, but fans are eager to see Punk back in the ring.”

Impact on the Money in the Bank Card

These events have significant implications for Money in the Bank. With Punk potentially out of the picture, the focus shifts to other major players.

“Money in the Bank in Toronto is going to be huge, especially with all these developments,” Dave noted. “We might see some surprise entries and unexpected twists. It’s all shaping up to be a memorable night.”

Johnny North added, “With the Wyatt Family causing havoc and Drew McIntyre making a statement, the stakes are higher than ever. Fans should tune in for what promises to be an action-packed event.”


Both Forbidden Door and Money in the Bank are becoming unforgettable events. AEW and NJPW’s collaboration will showcase the best of both worlds, while WWE’s Money in the Bank promises high-stakes action and potential game-changing moments. Stay tuned to Ringside Report Network for all the latest updates, predictions, and analysis.

For more in-depth discussion, watch the full episode of Wrestling Uncensored on YouTube, Rumble, or Twitch, or listen to the podcast using the link below.

Key Takeaways:

  • Forbidden Door: AEW and NJPW’s collaboration promises dream matches and a mix of wrestling styles.
  • Money in the Bank: High stakes in Toronto, unpredictable ladder matches, and passionate crowds.
  • Wyatt Family and CM Punk: Significant developments that impact the WWE landscape.

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