Who’s bankable, and who’s going to come up bankrupt at Money in the Bank? With titles to be lost, contracts to be won, and Goliaths to be conquered, this Pay Per View is truly the wild card with regards for what it could mean for the future of the WWE. Check out my picks for which superstars will come out on top at Money In The Bank.
Money In The Bank All-Stars Match for a chance at a WWE Title shot: Fans should literally be in awe of the pure star power that this one single match contains. Kane has sadly been ruled out of this match after falling victim to an attack by the debuting Wyatt Family, who nailed the Devil’s Favorite Demon with steel steps to the head, causing him head and neck trauma.. Rob Van Dam makes his return Sunday night at Money In The Bank, but with a limited contract and no real storyline build up to go by for his match, it would almost seem impossible that the former briefcase winner would climb the ladder again. Daniel Bryan has obviously been getting a huge push by the WWE, but I really don’t see him coming out of this match with the contract. This match will most likely be used to propel him into the number one contenders spot for John Cena’s title, leading to their main event match at SummerSlam where Cena should drop the belt to Bryan. “The Second City Saint” would be another good pick for the contract, but with a match with Brock Lesnar looming in the near future, and his title reign of 434 days a champion, it is doubtful the WWE would put the belt back on Punk so quickly. Sheamus hasn’t really gotten a good push lately, spending most of his time feuding with Mark Henry and Team Rhodes Scholars this year. It would be a huge surprise if they decided to give the contract to the Great White. The only reliable superstar in this equation, is Randy Orton. The Apex Predator may have suffered a loss at WrestleMania and Payback, but was able to lay out The Big Show at Extreme Rules and teamed with Kane and Daniel Bryan to finally defeat The Shield in six man tag team action. Although Orton has been absent from the championship conversation this year, him winning the Money in The Bank contract would be just the surprise the WWE needs to keep things interesting. Despite the winner of the match and the contract , the WWE Universe will be the real winners after seeing this thrilling dream match at Money In the Bank.
WINNER Randy Orton
Alberto Del Rio versus Dolph Ziggler for The World Heavyweight Championship: It would really be a shame if Alberto Del Rio didn’t drop the belt at Money in The Bank. Dolph Ziggler is becoming more and more likable as a baby face, especially after wrecking Del Rio’s celebration party on SmackDown and nailing his long time friend Ricardo Rodriguez with a guitar to the face. WWE is obviously building up Ziggler as the hero of this story, and I have a feeling this hero will rise at Money in the Bank to reclaim his coveted title gold he lost a month ago at Payback.
WINNER Dolph Ziggler
John Cena versus Mark Henry for The WWE Title: We all know John Cena will rise about and slay the world’s Strongest Man. We all know Cena will get his butt kicked for twenty straight minutes before managing a comeback coupled with his signature, “Attitude Adjustment,” and we all know Mark Henry will come to the ring the next night on Monday Night Raw and whine about how he was screwed out of the title. The reason for predictability of this match is due to the rumored main event at SummerSlam with John Cena and Daniel Bryan, making it instantly a impossibility for The Cenation leader to drop the belt at Money In The Bank. The only two things that remain a mystery about John Cena and the WWE title is how will Daniel Bryan be introduced as the new number one contender?, And will Cena actually drop the belt come SummersSlam?
WINNER John Cena