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When Might Damian Priest Cash In?

Until it happens, it is asked, and now we ask...when might Damian Priest cash in?

When Will Damian Priest Cash In
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Until it happens, it is asked, and now we ask…when might Damian Priest cash in?

It’s pretty much an annual question once we have our briefcase owners for the year.

And, until they cash in, fans wonder.

Sometimes it is right away. Other times it takes a while.

In 2023, the women’s winner-IYO SKY-has already cashed in successfully.

The men’s winner, Damian Priest, has not. And as we approach the end of the year…we wonder…

When Will Damian Priest Cash In
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When Might Damian Priest Cash In?

Right now, the Judgement Day remains pretty dominant. Priest and Finn Balor currently hold the tag titles, with Rhea Ripley the Women’s World Champion on RAW.

So, the briefcase renders Priest a likely world champion in waiting…but with gold already around his waist, there isn’t really a rush to do anything.

With a big Last Man Standing match for current champ Seth Rollins at Fastlane on October 7, there are definitely some expecting it to happen soon.

However, there’s a report making rounds that is suggesting that Priest will leave the next PLE still with briefcase in hand. If so, the belief is that Priest could have a busy December with teased cash-ins, at a minimum.

The logic behind a cash-in this Saturday is sound, regardless of the report. Last Man Standing, no disqualification, there will be chances.

If Priest and Balor lose the tag championships, I’d expect that puts fans on a heightened cash-in alert. I can surely be wrong, but I have major doubts that WWE would have him cash in while still a tag title holder.

When Might Damian Priest Cash In
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And for what it’s worth, there’s always that chance that we witness another failed cash in. While the women’s briefcases have had a 100% success rate, the men have not.

However, considering this is building Priest up to be another main event star…and after a relatively disappointing 2022 cash in by Theory…this one needs to be a smashing success.

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