WARNING: I'M NOT LOOKING FOR A JOB WITH THE WWE OR TNA. I DON'T THINK I WOULD BE A BETTER BOOKER THAN ANYONE ALREADY IN THE WWE OR TNA. I'M A WRITER WHO LIKES TO FLEX HIS CREATIVE MUSCLES AND SEE JUST WHAT HE WOULD HAVE DONE IF HE HAD THE POWER.
Welcome to this special edition of my series of articles called The Wannabe Booker. The idea is I usually take a past storyline and write about how I would have booked things differently, but given the buzz surrounding Money in the Bank I thought I'd have ago at suggesting how I would book the PPV and its fallout over the next months.
After recently writing about the WWE/CM Punk situation in another article (link on last slide) and given that there is no confirmation as to whether Punk has re-signed with WWE or is truly leaving, I'm going to divide this article into two sections.
The first where I'll book the PPV and the first three months after it from the point of view that CM Punk has re-signed with WWE, and the second from the point of view that he is actually leaving.
In a sense, both scenarios I suggest for Money in the Bank are possible predictions of what the outcome maybe, and while they might not be surprising, for me they seem a good way to make Money in the Bank a successful PPV.