No Need To Fear, IWC! Breakout Stars Will Be Formed at Money In The Bank!

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No Need To Fear, IWC! Breakout Stars Will Be Formed at Money In The Bank!

Hey, fellow Bleacher Reporters and Commenters!

As we all know WWE Money In The Bank PPV will feature two Money In The Bank matches, one representing each brand.

So far, we got the contenders for the RAW roster, who are: Randy Orton, The Miz, R-Truth, Chris Jericho, Edge, Evan Bourne, Ted DiBiase and John Morrison.

Now we don't know the contenders for the Smackdown Roster, but we all got a pretty good guess who they'll be (although if Kane is in the Smackdown MITB, then he'll probably have a high chance of winning, while not being an actual breakout star).

Now many parts of the IWC are concerned about the fact Randy Orton, Edge and Chris Jericho are in the RAW Money In The Bank PPV. Don't get your panties in a bunch! Don't worry they won't win I'm 110 percent sure of it.

This PPV is to push new stars just like it used to do at WrestleMania (if they use it as WrestleMania anymore highly doubt it). And that's what they're going to do at this PPV.

I highly doubt Orton, Edge or Jericho will win this, they've been past champs and they are outnumbered by the number of midcarders. No way they're taking this one.

Randy Orton may be the new face of RAW and everyone is starting to love him and calling him this generation's Stone Cold (which I strongly disagree with) but don't worry that end to RAW was not WWE's way of saying Orton's got it.

He's still in a feud with Edge and it'll likely continue until Summerslam if not after. He doesn't need a to be in Money In The Bank for a title shot especially with his rapidly increasing popularity. WWE aren't that dumb.

Besides, Orton and Ladder matches don't mix well together, in my opinion. Now Edge is probably the least deserving person to be there, I mean this dude is what like 9 time World Champion alone, not to include all his tag team titles, and accomplishments he has made in the WWE. What is he doing here with a bunch of up and rising midcarders? 

Well simple, he's spectacular in almost all of his ladder matches I've witness. He's always had a spot in one of his ladder matches where you gasp or stare in awe, or chant "Holy Sh*T" if you're in the crowd.

And there's also the fact I noted earlier that he's continuing his feud with Orton, so these as long as these two are at each others neck's they'll never get a grab at the briefcase, well actually the same can be said for all of the superstars anyways.

And Last but definitely not least the one and only Chris Jericho! If you respect this guy as much as I do, then you know the real reason why he's putting Evan Bourne over.

He's a veteran; he's been through it all, had countless titles and accomplishments, From the attitude era, through the Ruthless Agression Era to the so called "PG" era.

He wants to put guys over, and that's probably irritating a lot of Jerichoholics out there but hell he continues to deliver great promos, gain heat and have great matches with anybody.

Am I the only one who thinks that Evan Bourne's career is going to be filled with countless great historic matches, and one day when we pick up a "Bourne to Fly" DVD or whatnot it's gonna show matches of when he face the one and only legend Chris Jericho?

So the Money In The Bank PPV Match for Raw will definitely be won by either R-Truth, The Miz, John Morrison, Evan Bourne, or Ted DiBiase. All are currently midcarders waiting to break out into the main event scene.

Now the question is, who's Mr. RAW Money In The Bank?

And more importantly a future World Champ within the next year: July 18, 2010-July 18, 2011 (If WWE was patient enough we could possibly have a WrestleMania match, but I doubt it).

Comment Below to show what you think about Orton, Edge and Jericho being in the RAW MITB Match! Who you think will become Mr. RAW Money In The Bank? Favorites? Who's more deserving? Discuss!

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