WWE have officially announced another two matches for tomorrow night’s Money in the Bank. And there seems to be no logic in the additions.

WWE have put MVP taking on R-Truth in the main show. R-Truth has not been seen on WWE for weeks, so it is a bit random that he now makes the pay-per-view.

WWE.com wrote:

R-Truth may once again show up thinking he’s signed up for the Money in the Bank Ladder Match, but he’ll find out MVP is waiting for him this Sunday.

The two competitors are set to meet in what is sure to be a highly entertaining battle between a pair of WWE’s veteran Superstars. MVP has seen a number of brawls roll through the always combustible MVP Lounge lately, so what will go down when R-Truth is in town?

With MVP trying to push his new faction with Thorne & Vink, could Ricochet and Alexander join R-Truth to make this a six-man tag team match?

The second announcement will take part in the pre-show where we will see Jeff Hardy take on Cesaro.

After returning on this week’s episode of Friday Night SmackDown on FOX, Jeff Hardy will now get his first taste of PPV action since WrestleMania 35.

Hardy kicked off a feud with Sheamus on Smackdown and will now go one-on-one with the Irish star’s former tag partner Cesaro. ‘The Charismatic Enigma’ hasn’t battled on a PPV since he appeared in the Andre the Giant Battle Royal at ‘Mania 35 alongside his brother Matt.

Tonight’s Money in the Bank will see both the men’s and women’s ladder matches taking place inside of WWE HQ in Stamford, CT. Both matches will start at the same time and all of the competitors will begin on the bottom floor of Titan Tower, before finishing up on the roof of the building.