This triple threat match, taking place in a steel cage, will be for the WWE championship. If you want, as I did, you can imagine Justin Roberts saying the name of the title for much better effect.
With Morrison having a lot of backstage heat lately, it is surprising enough that he still has a job, let alone one where he gets to compete in a main event. Beating R-Truth for the spot to compete, will Morrison be the wildcard he usually is?
What about Cena, the superman of the WWE? His last run with the title ended last June and, being the face of the company, it is hard to imagine him going without gold for too long. Can he “surprise” us all and get the victory to once again reclaim the belt?
Then we have The Miz. The holder of the title since November, since cashing in his Money In The Bank contract against a weakened Randy Orton, has been on good form the past few months. While some of his title defences have been questionable to say the least, he has improved greatly in 2011 and proven himself a worthy champion. With Alex Riley departing to SmackDown, will he be the x-factor in this belt or can Miz prove himself to his detractors and win clean?
With every man having a claim to the belt, it is hard to choose a winner. The WWE has been building Miz up a lot lately and it is highly likely that they want him to continue as champion for a short time longer.
A lot of people will argue Cena will walk away with it because of his position in the company, but I think that his position will always be the same regardless of a title, and Vince McMahon can clearly see this.
If I was to give a personal choice as to who I want to win, I would go with Morrison. He has a lot of skill and ability and deserves a push already.
However, realistically, I think Miz will get the victory. While Cena and Morrison are tied up fighting each other, Miz will see his opportunity and escape the cage.