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Big E Teased Plan For Money In The Bank Cash-In

Big E seems to have revealed his plan for a Money in the Bank cash-in.

On Monday, the former New Day member tweeted his intention to cash in his contract for an automatic title match for the WWE Championship during the upcoming live episode of RAW scheduled later that night.

"Let’s let that cat out of the bag…I intend on cashing in my Money in the Bank contract tonight and cashing in to become WWE Champion," Big E tweeted.

Big E won the Money in the Bank contract at the pay-per-view event with the same name in July, which allows him the option to cash in for an immediate title match against the WWE or Universal Champion at any time.

Monday night's episode of RAW is already scheduled to include a main event match with WWE Champion Bobby Lashley defending his title against former 14-time World Champion Randy Orton.

Big E was drafted toSmackDownlast October while his former New Day teammates Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods were drafted toRAW, setting up a singles push for the former Iowa football player and powerlifter.

However, winning the WWE Championship could put Big E back on RAW full-time and allow him to simultaneously represent New Day during a singles title run, much like Kingston did as WWE Champion in 2019.

Kingston was recently taken off WWE television due to an injury, according to PWInsider, which left Woods to compete in singles matches during recent weeks, before his veteran partner returned to action.

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