There's a new face of the WWE after a shocking Money In The Bank main event Sunday night in Las Vegas, where Seth Rollins regained his WWE World Heavyweight Championship for just a few seconds before his former Shield teammate Dean Ambrose cashed in his Money In The Bank contract and won the title for the first time in his career.
WWE delivered two huge surprises, just as it seemed that Reigns was destined to continue as "the guy." The chaos at the top of the WWE's food chain also has huge implications for the upcoming WWE Draft - and we now know when the rosters will be split.
WWE announced Monday that the 2016 WWE Draft will occur on the first live episode of SmackDown on Tuesday, July 19th. WWE also confimed that the SmackDown and Raw rosters will have separate pay-per-views.