Since I went ahead and fantasy booked the SmackDown Money in the Bank ladder match, I figured I'd do the same for RAW.
The participants would be R-Truth, Alberto Del Rio, The Miz, Alex Riley, Evan Bourne, Rey Mysterio, Zack Ryder, and John Morrison.
Bourne and Mysterio would be in for the spots. Truth, Del Rio, Miz, and Riley would be in as upper mid-carders who have a chance of winning.
Allow me to explain the other two. I realize that Zack Ryder hasn't really been featured on TV in recent months which is why I'd have qualifying matches. Have him get an upset win in a qualifying match against someone like Jack Swagger and have him going in as the underdog. The reason behind this is that Ryder is starting to develop a cult following. Not the biggest cult following ever, but a cult following nonetheless. At this point, nobody's going to buy the pay-per-view just to see Jack Swagger. On the other hand, I know there are many people who would pay just to see Zack Ryder, especially in such a high-profile match. There's eight spots open, so I don't see what the harm in trying this out would be.
As for John Morrison, I realize that he's injured but I'd get him involved in a way that wouldn't really require him to wrestle much. I'd have him return and win a 6-man tag team qualifier alongside Bourne and Mysterio, meaning that he wouldn't even have to enter that match. In the weeks leading up to the PPV, he would continue his feud with Truth. Then, on the RAW before the PPV, Truth would take him out by re-injuring his shoulder, saying that he won't risk Morrison costing him a title opportunity this time.
So, for the actual match, there'd be seven guys competing. I'd have all of the guys have their moments. To end it, have Zack Ryder "miraculously" take down both Del Rio and The Miz and have him climbing the ladder on his way to victory. Truth then slides back into the ring and the two exchange punches on top of the ladder with Truth winning the exchange by kicking Ryder off. Truth then tries to unhook the briefcase but he can't. At that point, have Morrison hobble down to the ring, wearing a cast. Truth doesn't see him so Morrison is able to shove the ladder with his good hand, sending Truth outside. Morrison then slowly climbs up and unhooks the briefcase, winning the match.
On the next RAW, Morrison cuts an emotional promo on how he's always dreamed about this moment and can't believe that it's finally happened. Truth then comes out and blames Morrison's win on the conspiracy since the briefcase was hooked too tight when he was trying to unhook it, or something along those lines. The anonymous RAW GM sees that as a fair excuse so he sets up Morrison vs. Truth for the briefcase at SummerSlam. Morrison should be cleared to compete by that time.
At SummerSlam, Morrison and Truth go for 20 minutes with Morrison putting up a fight but ultimately losing, since Truth takes advantage of the injured shoulder. Truth then goes on to have a long run with the briefcase, defeating everybody who challenges him. The conspiracy ends and he becomes a badass, unbeatable heel instead of a whiny one. He cashes in post WrestleMania.
And there you go.