WWE: How the MITB WWE Championship Match Could Make John Morrison A Main-Eventer

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WWE: How the MITB WWE Championship Match Could Make John Morrison A Main-Eventer

Last Monday on Raw, CM Punk made the shocking announcement that come July 17th, he's leaving the WWE. And when he leaves, he's taking the WWE Championship with him.

Now many of you have been wondering whether or not Punk will beat Cena, so I came up with a conclusion for the WWE Championship match.

During the Money In The Bank pay-per-view event, John Morrison makes his surprise return and after one hell of a ladder match, grabs the briefcase and becomes the Raw Money In The Bank winner.

Fast forward to the main event, CM Punk beats John Cena after a hard-fought battle with 3 GTSs to the skull and an interference from the New Nexus.

Punk is celebrating with his New Nexus pals, but as soon as Punk gets the mic to address the fans, John Morrison's music hits.

Morrison is making his way to the ring with the briefcase but Punk's New Nexus start beating him down so he can't cash it in.

Cena regains consciousness and one by one, throws The New Nexus out of the ring.

Then finally, the anonymous Raw general manager sends Cole an email, stating that if The New Nexus doesn't go backstage that very second, they're all fired from the WWE!

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Morrison then gets up and tells Punk that he's not leaving the WWE with the company's most prestigious title, and that he's cashing in his Money In The Bank.

After about three minutes of action, with near fall after near fall, Morrison finally hits the Starship Pain to win the WWE Championship. And finally Morrison's journey to the top is complete, and he's now a certified main-eventer for Monday Night Raw.

Did you like my idea?

Would you like to see this actually happen during the Money In The Bank Pay-Per-View?

Do you have another prediction about the conclusion of the WWE Championship?

Leave the answers to all of these questions on the comment box below.

Oh, by the way, this is only part 1 of my prediction for the Money In The Bank briefcases, part 2 explains what I predict will happen with the SmackDown briefcase.

Anyways, until next time, Joker out.

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