As with the SmackDown match, instead of just outright telling you who I think is going to win, I'm going to quickly go over each participant and how I see their chances.
Alberto Del Rio: A lot of people are picking Del Rio to win, but the guy already won the Royal Rumble and was in a world title match at WrestleMania. He doesn't need the briefcase. I think he will earn a title shot through the No. 1 Contender status he earned two weeks ago.
R-Truth: He was in a WWE Championship match last month, but I just don't see him getting the briefcase here. His character has become more comedic relief than anything and I don't see him as a threat. I see him losing and continuing his "conspiracy theories".
Jack Swagger: He's won the briefcase before and he cashed it in to become World Heavyweight Champion, but I just don't see Swagger as the guy that wins Money in the Bank twice, especially when it seems as if WWE has lost all faith in him.
The Miz: Like Swagger, Miz has won the briefcase before, but the difference is that WWE is putting faith in Miz as a huge star that will carry WWE in the future. Also, Miz has lost all momentum since his main event match at WrestleMania, including losing his WWE Championship and multiple losses to his former protege, Alex Riley. Taking that into account, I actually think Miz has the best chance to win the briefcase. Again. CM Punk did it.
Evan Bourne: Despite his crowd-pleasing Shooting Star Press and potential to be a popular superstar, WWE refuses to push Bourne, probably because of his size. I don't see that changing here. He's just in the match to give the audience some high-flying action.
Rey Mysterio: Mysterio can move in and out and of the main event scene as WWE sees fit and he can be a world champion at any time. He doesn't need the briefcase. Like Bourne, he will provide some high-flying action. This is Mysterio's first Money in the Bank Ladder match, believe it or not.
Alex Riley: Clearly, Riley is going to be pushed by WWE as a major face on the RAW brand, but I don't think he's anywhere close to ready for Money in the Bank. His upset victories over The Miz are enough to give him the momentum he needs for now.
Kofi Kingston: Personally, I would love to see Kingston win it and I think he could be a huge face in a WWE that is currently lacking major stars, but for some reason WWE always seems to halt his pushes. I'm giving Kingston a slight chance to be a surprise winner.
RAW Money in the Bank Winner: The Miz