With the changes to the card, the 2014 WWE Money in the Bank pay-per-view may end up not actually having a briefcase title shot involved at all.
While it is interesting to see what will happen with the WWE World Heavyweight Championship on the line, there is still a degree of pessimism.
No true Money in the Bank match means that the fans will be deprived of one of the most entertaining aspects of the wrestling calendar: anticipating the inevitable cash in.
It would be a shame if the event did not have a match to go with its namesake and instead just skipped right to the chase with a new champion.
To have their cake and eat it, too, some fans have suggested a second ladder match take place for the title shot.
The problem with this is that there aren't too many names left who are worthy of contending for the world title.
All in all, this situation is messy. However, there is a potential remedy.
What if WWE were to have a true Money in the Bank ladder match, but the title shot was for either the intercontinental or United States belts instead?
Who could compete in that match to make it fun and exciting as well as make sense to build up someone's future in the company?
Let's take a look at some midcarders who deserve to be given that spotlight.