This pick is a bit of a stretch, as I don't see Clay entering the world title scene anytime soon.
However, we have seen Vince give big men huge pushes in the past, so Brodus Clay could follow in their paths. The Money in the Bank match has always been unpredictable, and this time would be no different, if Brodus can pull down the illustrious briefcase.
For the majority of Clay's short career, he has been put in squash matches with low-card wrestlers.
While he still is fun to watch, the five-second matches wore thin, and it was time for Brodus to enter his first rivalry. It seems this may have happened, as he joined forces with Santino to take on Jack Swagger and Dolph Ziggler.
While he still came out looking strong with a win, it was the first time we saw Clay receive any type of beating. It is too early to tell if this feud will last, but if Santino and Brodus stay together, they could be a threat for the tag titles.
I feel the tag titles are perfect for Clay, but despite his massive stature, he can still put on a solid match. I'm interested to see where his stock goes moving forward.
While I am a fan of Brodus Clay, his current gimmick is not nearly serious enough for a world title. He reminds me a lot of Zack Ryder. (Although Zack has become more serious over the past few weeks.)
I hope Brodus' future is bright, but he is too young and goofy to be considered a serious contender.