Quick Money in the Bank cash-ins usually make for exiting television, but as we witnessed last night, the WWE is interested in having both their Money in the Bank winners hold on to their briefcases for a bit longer.
Dolph Ziggler's attempt to cash in last night could be an indicator that the WWE wants to see Ziggler in the world heavyweight championship scene as soon as possible.
But then again, the fact that Ziggler did not successfully cash in his contract could mean that Ziggler will be holding on to the briefcase longer than expected.
What follows is a list of five possible places where Dolph Ziggler could cash in his contract.
Sure, Dolph Ziggler won the Smackdown Money in the Bank ladder match, but knowing the WWE's loss of care for their second brand, it is possible that Dolph Ziggler could cash in his contract as early as tonight.
Given the special nature of Raw's 1,000th episode, there is a chance that we could see Ziggler cash in his Money in the Bank contract then.
Given the fact that Ziggler won the SmackDown Money in the Bank ladder match, he could possibly cash in his briefcase during the blue brand's programming at any moment in the following year.
As one of the "big four" pay-per-views, SummerSlam could provide Dolph Ziggler with an opportunity to cash in his briefcase in front of one the largest audiences of the year.
Last year, Daniel Bryan shocked the world when he announced that he would wait until WrestleMania to cash in his briefcase. In the end, Daniel cashed in the briefcase at TLC, but could Ziggler follow in his footsteps this year and be patient enough to cash in at WrestleMania 29?