On Raw a couple of weeks ago, Dolph Ziggler and Alberto Del Rio faced off in a "Contract on a Pole No. 1 Contender's Match."
The match ended when Ziggler and Del Rio essentially retrieved the contract at the same time and wrestled over it for a while, but they were never able to establish who had control of it.
I've got to say that I'm shocked that we've never seen this happen in a Money in the Bank match before.
Let's say, for example, that both John Cena and Big Show grab the MITB briefcase at the same time, pull it off the hook and wrestle over it without either one ever establishing control of it.
So, who gets to keep it? Do Kane and Chris Jericho get to involve themselves in the struggle as well?
Would we have two MITB winners? No MITB winners?
I think you get the point.
The idea behind a finish like this is to have a disputed Money in the Bank winner that would extend this storyline further and add even more twists and turns that would play out over time.
This situation seems like a long shot, but it's definitely possible if the WWE isn't sure who it wants to win or is looking to go the Triple Threat route again.