Concept pay-per-views are not the new thing on the block anymore. They are now becoming something that WWE has not intended them to become: predictable and boring.
Gimmick matches are meant to further and culminate intense rivalries between professional wrestlers.
When WWE decides to push these matches down our throats without the proper feud build-up, they seem watered down and redundant.
WWE Money in the Bank is a perfect example. A concept that became a Wrestlemania tradition is now just another gimmick pay-per-view.
Wrestlers have been thrown together to create two separate matches with two separate briefcases.
The shock value that was used when Edge, CM Punk, and Jack Swagger cashed in their cases may be lost with the outcome of this show.
However, the purity of Rob Van Dam's Money in the Bank win can be resurrected.
When RVD won the Wrestlemania 22 Money in the Bank match, he told John Cena face to face that when and where he was going to cash in his briefcase.
This provided time to build towards an anticipated match in an "extremely" unique atmosphere.
WWE has a chance to make a star, book a match for Summerslam or Wrestlemania, and bring a fresh match to the main event scene.
Here are my hopeful predictions for WWE Money in the Bank.