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For me, this match is the hardest to predict of the entire show.
You just don’t know who WWE wants to push as their next main-eventer.
I think it’s fairly safe to say that, although I’d love to see it, Tyson Kidd isn’t going to win this match.
I’ve said it countless times before, but Kidd is one of the most under-rated WWE performers on the current roster.
WWE should let him have a chance to show what he can do as a singles competitor.
He’d make a great mid-card champion.
In saying that, he’s had a lot of TV time lately, ever since the Over the Limit PPV, so he may be in with a shout.
He may go on to feud with Christian.
"Captain Charisma" is another tremendous wrestler who's under-rated in terms of WWE management.
They just don't see him as a viable main-eventer for some reason, so I don't think that my boy is walking away with the briefcase.
The IWC is widely recognised (and sometimes criticised) for being high up on Cody Rhodes and Dolph Ziggler.
The reason that they’re well liked is because they are tremendous all round performers who deserve their chance to shine and more often than not, they’re the ones who have the best matches of the night.
Those two definitely deserve to be Smackdown’s Mr. Money in the Bank.
Then, there’s the other men in the match, like Damien Sandow and Sin Cara, who really need that one BIG victory to solidify themselves as members of the main roster.
This could be the match that catapults Sandow into a credible wrestler in the eyes of casual fans.
In my opinion, this match will come down to two men: Santino Marella and Tensai.
Let me explain why.
WWE likes to screw with us and make us think that Santino has a chance of breaking through the glass ceiling.
It happened at last year’s Royal Rumble and at this year’s Elimination Chamber, so I fully expect it to happen on Sunday as well.
Tensai hasn’t really gotten over with the crowd since his debut in April and that’s because that kind of gimmick just doesn’t work today.
They should have just had him come back as a bad-ass, who takes people out, and then maybe he’d have had a chance.
Since then, WWE have tweaked his gimmick slightly and they seem to be determined on pushing him.
I’ve just got a sneaky feeling that WWE will swerve us by having Tensai win the Money in the Bank instead of Ziggler or Rhodes.