My rundown on the 2010 Money in the Bank, The match that pushes people into the main event scene. From MVP to Evan Bourne I will cover each Superstar and why they should or shouldn't win. This could be the very last one at Wrestlemania in fact. Usually one of the better matches of the night. Lets hope they put on a good show this year as well.
He is in this match as filler and his high-flying ability, nothing more.
I hate to say no chance , but hes pretty close
Since losing the U.S. title he hasn't done much other than be lose to The Miz and tag with The World's Strongest Jobber. I think age is the main factor on MVP. At 36 years old I think its a little late to be a relevant new main eventer. It would be a definite surprise if he did in fact win. Although I've always liked him so it wouldn't bother me if he did win I guess.
Ahhh, The Gold Standard. If for any reason he deserves to win it because he goes out there every year and puts his body on the line in this match. He is arguably the best athlete in WWE. As this looks like it could be the last MitB match at Wrestlemania give the man who has been in them all his chance.
The problem is though I just can't see him as a main eventer. Outside the ring with a mic in his hand his work has been mediocre at best. He also just doesn't have presence of other poor mic performers like Batista.
Nope I think Shelton is going to a career mid-carder. Theres nothing wrong with that though. From The Million Dollar Man, Rowdy Roddy Piper to Gold Dust. Guys like these have always been among my favorites.
The Big Red Jobber, I've always liked Kane. Hes pretty decent in the ring as well as outside it. That being said he has very little chance of winning. The WWE spoiled the opportunity years ago with Kane when they had him take off the mask. So much potential then to be a main-eventer. Now just a high mid-carder destined to a career of mediocrity.
I'd like to introduce you all to Dolph Ziggler.
Not much to say about Mr. Ziggles, he is great in the ring with his use of the sleeper to bring down much bigger guys. I like his intensity and he had some epic matches with Rey Mysterio and John Morrison for the I.C. title.
He has a chance to win as that would be an answer as to why he never won the IC. I just dont see it.
OK this is one I can get behind. He's young, athletic and very good technical wrestler. His failing though is gimmick. Beating your chest like an ape and push-ups don't impress me. He needs to be more serious. I could care less about the lisp as Batista has his stutter. He just needs to develop a more imposing, serious demeanor.
I don't think he will win though, needs a major feud 1st.
Maybe, just maybe Matt has a shot. He still gets huge pops on Smackdown and if anyone deserves a lifetime achievement title run its Matt. His little brother got his time in the Main Event scene. Hopefully Matt will to. I think the injury came at the wrong time though. I feel that just as he was about to be pushed into relevance the injury hit him and forced him out. The briefcase would give them a way to push him right back into the main event scene though. Question is though, can his body can handle it?
A lot of the things I said for Matt Hardy can be said for Christian as well. A lot of people say no "Vince hates Christian, they buried him on ECW" or "He should have never left for TNA, they'll never give him a shot"
He hasn't been back for that long. Way to early to say never. At 36 though it better be soon. As far as ECW. They were trying to get the fans re acclimated to him while at the same time have him be the major star power on a dying show they were trying to save. He tried to save ECW and should be rewarded appropriately. I think he has the 2nd best shot at ascending the ladder and taking the briefcase.
He hasn't been announced, but I'm throwing it out there because he has no match at Mania. I think Kofi is ready. He had a great feud with Orton and proved he can be taken seriously. Maybe as a surprise entrant and eventual winner.
Rumor has it that hes out. We will have to wait and see. I think he has everything the briefcase winner should though. He's young (24), and is in dire need of a push.
Like Vince I agree he has all the potential to be the next big thing. He is developing the ring presence and mic skills(still a lot of work needed on both) to be a main eventer.
I think Drew has a very legitimate shot at winning. Although if he does I'd like to see him be the 1st not to take the title with it.
Imagine this if you will. After a grueling match with Batista, Cena hits the Attitude Adjustment then proceeds to pin Batista to win back the title. Meanwhile backstage Vince (pissed because he had to tap to Hart) convinces McIntyre to cash in now, Vince tells him to prove he is worth all the praise as "the prodigy". Back in the ring Cena is celebrating and ticker-tape begins to fall. All the sudden the lights go low "Broken Dreams" begins to play. "What is yours now is mine". John puts up a little fight before getting hit with the "Future Shock" As Drew is gloating and about ready to pin Cena D.H. Smith and Tyson Kidd run out and do a beatdown on Drew (as a thanks to John for defending Brett) causing Drew to win via DQ, but since the title can't change hands via DQ Cena retains and thus begins the feud.....
Perfect chance to get Drew on the main event scene without handing him the title and see if he does have what it takes.