The Yearly WrestleMania Tradition
I feel that WWE will bring the Money in the Bank back to WrestleMania again. We all know the story at this point: First man to climb the ladder and retrieve the briefcase wins the match and a shot at a World Championship anytime over the next 12 months. I feel the participants will be as following
Justin Gabriel: With the rest of Nexus in action throughout the evening, Gabriel was the only member to snatch a MitB spot. Can the South African Sensation capture the briefcase?
John Morrison: The Los Angeles A-Lister has come close to the Main Event many times. Is 2011 the year of JoMo?
Dolph Ziggler: The now former Intercontinental Champion is on a major roll as of Friday. Will the self-professed Perfect One win the big ladder match?
David Hart Smith: The 2nd Generation star hasn't been up to much since his split from Tyson Kidd. I feel Smith will be the guy that gets close to the Main Event throughout his career, but never really fits there alá Chris Benoit.
Alex Riley: As much as it pains me, this seems like a logical move. Can Riley emulate his mentor and win Money in the Bank? Could he even cash in on the Miz?
Christian: Captain Charisma, the live wire, the pontiff of the peepulation (I love that one). Yet missing from Christian's list of names is World Champion. I don't think Christian will win the Royal Rumble, but can he add Mr. Money in the Bank to his nicknames?
“Dashing” Cody Rhodes: The other 2nd Generation star in this match, and participating in his 2nd Money in the Bank. Can the Dashing One pull through such a tough match? Or will his precious face cost him?
Kofi Kingston: The Ghanaian high flier came close to breaking through the glass ceiling in 2009. Can the current Intercontinental Champion once again come that close and complete the job?
Winner: Each of these Superstars are eminently qualified for the main event, maybe bar DH Smith and Riley, who would more than likely be the victims of eliminating spots. That narrows the field down to six. Logically, Rhodes needs a mid-card belt win before heading to the Main Event. Dolph and Kofi are feuding right now, so one could take these two out of the equation. That leaves 3: Gabriel, Morrison, and Christian. Out of the three Morrison seems the most likely to take the case and the win.
Winner: John Morrison