WWE: Could We See a Double MITB Briefcase Cash-in at Raw 1,000?
This week night on Raw, John Cena announced that he was going to do the honorable thing: cash in his Money in the Bank briefcase next week at Raw 1,000, giving CM Punk time to prepare and be at full strength.
History has it that John Cena will win this match and become champion at this golden anniversary of Raw's dominance of the airwaves. Whether you agree with it or not, it's probably going to happen. After their match next week, John Cena will likely be holding the WWE title high above his head in celebration.
But is that how the show will end?
Humor me for a second, since this might be a creative leap (no pun intended): There are two Money in the Bank briefcases, one held by Cena and the other held by Dolph Ziggler. Since this is a relatively new phenomenon, it has generally been accepted that one guy cashes it in on the WWE champ, the other on the World Heavyweight champ. But this is not written in stone, so theoretically anything could happen. Under the category of "anything" falls a particularly interesting scenario: Could we see a double cash-in at Raw 1,000?
Picture it: Cena cashes in his briefcase, competes in an epic main event against his rival CM Punk and comes out victorious. Title in hand, exhausted, Cena thanks the crowd for coming...and then, all of a sudden, Dolph Ziggler's music hits. He's cashing in his briefcase, right now, for the beaten-down Cena's newly won WWE title. Ziggler, taking advantage of the opportunity, defeats WWE's golden boy and wins the WWE championship.
It may sound a little far-fetched, yes, but it would be original and exciting; most of all, it would get people talking. Yes, it would leave SmackDown without a MITB winner—and therefore leave Sheamus without a real challenger—but it would be exactly the shocking thing that people have been clamoring to see. It would also make Dolph Ziggler look like a brilliant, devious mastermind; I would rather see him build himself up, true, but doing something so dastardly would make him look like a million bucks. Then we could see an interesting four-way feud for the title between Ziggler, Cena, Punk and Chris Jericho. Nothing wrong with those four tearing it up.
I know that it might be giving WWE's creative team a little too much credit to think up something like this. Then again, they do have their hands full trying to juggle everything for next week's show, and it would make more storyline sense for Ziggler to feud with Jericho and then go up against Sheamus. But what if we saw this double cash-in?
It would certainly be something different.
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