Alberto Del Rio was the most likely superstar to win, but you already know that.
Even though the Mexican Aristocrat won a No. 1 contender's match two weeks ago, he couldn't keep his spot due to the reinstatement of CM Punk. Therefore, he had to fight for it again.
Proving all predictions right, Del Rio won the match after unmasking Rey Mysterio, who fell off the ladder.
I guess that Del Rio's case is a curious one here. On one hand, he still seems to be having a good overall run, even if he slightly slipped in the past few months. I'm still a huge fan of him, but the guy needs a legit rivalry. His feud against Big Show was horrible and it was more of a repetitive promo until Show returned from the knee injury that was caused by Ricardo Rodriguez (I miss that guy).
On the other hand, bad luck always stands in his way before he can fulfill his destiny—I won't go through this again because it has become an old argument.
Anyway, Del Rio won in a good match. It wasn't on the level of SmackDown's match, but it wasn't horrible either.
Evan Bourne and his shooting-star press off the ladder were the highlights of the match.
As I said, Del Rio has failed to fulfill his destiny in the past after being close. However, based on the history of "Money in the Bank," nobody has ever cashed in his contract and failed. So, Del Rio's chances of finally winning a world title seem to be very high.
Will he fail to cash it in? I doubt it. Until then, all we have to say is that the countdown to Del Rio's destiny has officially begun. It will go on until he cashes in the contract.