The WWE World Heavyweight Championship Ladder match at Money in the Bank 2014 promises to showcase new blood, but two familiar faces stand as the biggest favorites.
It's best not to bet against John Cena in any match, as WWE has consistently awarded him wins and afforded him numerous title runs. He leads the field heading into the pay-per-view, while Cesaro's, Roman Reigns' and Bray Wyatt's chances of victory aren't nearly as good.
A number of factors determine each combatant's odds of winning, including recent victories and momentum, championship pedigree and the company's confidence in the Superstar.
The June 29 pay-per-view would be better served with a surprise winner, a new champion who has never worn the belt. Still, that doesn't mean that it's a good idea to call up one's bookie and give him a name other than Cena's.