With WWE's third annual Money in the Bank fast approaching, there is a lot of pressure to make this show spectacular.
Last year in Chicago, the WWE bore witness to one of the best non-big three pay-per-view shows ever. The show was headlined by CM Punk vs. John Cena for the WWE Championship, with Punk threatening to walk away from the company with the prized possession of the company.
Not only was Punk vs. Cena a classic encounter, it was elevated by an under-card that lived up to the main event's hype. Randy Orton and Christian continued their feud of the World Heavyweight Championship in yet another great match. Both the Raw and Smackdown Money in the Bank matches were great as well. Overall, the 2011 show is one worth remembering for years to come.
Like it or not, this year's show doesn't have nearly the same momentum for the company heading into the show. Punk alone brought a massive amount of attention to the company for one night, and the WWE proved to not let its fans down on that night.
While looking at the whole picture, this show needs to provide a spark. Not just because the product as been a little down lately, but also because, with Raw's 1000th episode airing the night after, the storyline build going into that episode needs to be at a high level.
With that being said, here's a few ways that Money in the Bank 2012 can lead to some great things and, also, make it another gem of a B-level PPV.