Dolph Ziggler will cash in Money in the Bank at Hell in a Cell.
Sometimes going with the obvious choice is the right choice. This is one of those times.
I originally thought—still stand by the creative value—that Ziggler either is the first to cash in as a surprise at WrestleMania or he goes down to the wire of the 365 days expiring.
A countdown clock on WWE.com and talk of him being nervous of failure. I thought this would get people on the edge of their seats, knowing it has to be coming, but the anticipation is so great it's still entertaining.
With the state WWE is in regarding building for the long-term future, the time to cash Dolph Ziggler in is now.
Big Show beats Sheamus, and then in less than 45 seconds, Big Show loses the world title as Dolph Ziggler cashes in Money in the Bank and wins.
As it looks now, Ziggler won't be in a match at the pay-per-view. This is all the more reason to tune in as you have a sneaking suspicion in your head.
All of this talk of Big Show having lost in 45 seconds to Daniel Bryan cashing in last year is putting the scenario of Ziggler cashing in on fans' radars.
You're either old enough or smart enough to see that this is coming, and it can intrigue you to tune in. If not, the casual or younger fan is probably tuning in because seeing Sheamus is a legitimate draw to them, and they will be shocked but mad at Ziggler.
Any way you go, Dolph Ziggler cashing in at Hell in a Cell works.
Is it still stealing the show when it's left there for the taking?