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Kevin Owens, pictured at the WWE SummerSlam at Barclays Center of Brooklyn on Aug. 23, 2015 in New York City, will compete in the 2017 Money in the Bank Ladder Match. Getty Images

At the very least, a new No.1 contender for each of the top two titles on “SmackDown Live” will be named Sunday night at WWE Money in the Bank 2017 in St. Louis. The pay-per-view could even see three different superstars hold the same belt in the span of just a few minutes, as was the case a year ago.

Money in the Bank 2017 is scheduled to start at 8 p.m. EDT, Ordering the event on PPV costs $54.99, but fans can also watch MITB with a live stream on the WWE Network. A subscription to the network costs $9.99 per month, though new subscribers get the first month free.

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The match card is highlighted by the two main events, which could last for more than half of the PPV. Six male superstars will end the show, competing in the ladder match for the chance to win a briefcase and a WWE Championship shot at the time of their choosing. Five women will compete in a Money in the Bank ladder match to earn a shot at the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship.

All three members of The Shield held the WWE Championship at Money in the Bank 2016. Seth Rollins defeated WWE Champion Roman Reigns, who had held the title since WrestleMania 32. Shortly afterward, Dean Ambrose cashed in the briefcase that he won earlier in the show, becoming the WWE Champion for the first time in his career.

Of the six wrestlers in this year’s ladder match, Dolph Ziggler is the only one that’s ever held the briefcase. He had one of the most memorable cash-ins in WWE history, defeating Alberto Del Rio on “Monday Night Raw” after WrestleMania 29 to become world champion.

AJ Styles and Kevin Owens are the only other former world champions in the match. Styles had the WWE Championship and Owens was the WWE Universal Champion simultaneously for the final quarter of 2016.

Baron Corbin, Sami Zayn and Shinsuke Nakamura round out the competitors in the ladder match. None of the three wrestlers have even had a singles match for the WWE Championship on PPV, though Corbin is the favorite to win the briefcase.

Sunday will be the first-ever Women’s Money in the Bank ladder match. Becky Lynch is the only one of the five competitors that has ever held the SmackDown Women’s Championship.

Charlotte has held the Raw Women’s Championship four times, though she hasn’t been a champion since she left “Monday Night Raw” during the Superstar Shake-up. Neither Natalya, Tamina nor Carmella has held a title since the brand split last July.

Below is a look at the entire Money in the Bank match card, which features three champions putting their titles on the line.

United States Champion Kevin Owens, AJ Styles, Baron Corbin, Sami Zayn, Dolph Ziggler and Shinsuke Nakamura (Men's Money in the Bank Ladder Match)

WWE Champion Jinder Mahal vs. Randy Orton

Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair vs. Natalya vs. Tamina vs. Carmella (Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match)

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SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos vs. The New Day

SmackDown Women’s Champion Naomi vs. Lana

The Hype Bros. vs. The Colons (Kickoff Match)