With the annual Money in the Bank pay-per-view set to commence in under a week, rumours have finally emerged as to which direction WWE creative want to go in.
For months now there have been constant rumours surrounding Daniel Bryan and his massive push; this meant that we could be seeing Daniel Bryan lift the WWE Championship very soon, but he first has to step into the Money in the Bank All-Stars match which possesses some of the great talents in the WWE today.
Obviously, to avoid any spoilers please turn back now.
We will see Daniel Bryan, CM Punk, Randy Orton, Sheamus, Christian, the return of Rob Van Dam and Kane. However with the WWE posting an article on their website which says he remains doubtful for the match; it remains to be seen who could take up that spot. Many have already touted Bray Wyatt to take his place, but with this being an all-stars match it will not make sense for the WWE to put Wyatt in a match of this calibre; however other plans have been made for him.
Anyway, sticking with the all-stars Money in the Bank ladder match, at the moment Daniel Bryan is almost certain to capture the briefcase and announce his intentions to cash it in really soon, as early as SummerSlam perhaps, whilst the returning Rob Van Dam and even Christian have been penned down as superstars to consider winning the match.
At the moment you would still have to say Bryan is the one to win; but with nothing concrete as of yet and with the history of the writers constantly changing plans, don’t be surprised to see Rob Van Dam walking out the victor.
For some reason, this time my interests lie with the World Heavyweight Championship up-and-comers Money in the Bank ladder match, because it is much more unpredictable then the WWE Championship and with some of the best young stars in that match; this could certainly pave the way to greatness for one of the lucky seven.
Wade Barrett, Cody Rhodes, Damien Sandow, Jack Swagger, Antonio Cesaro, Dean Ambrose and Fandango will be participating in this match, and it is fair to say that any of the seven will do a great job of holding the briefcase and taking that one step up and find themselves in the World Heavyweight Championship picture.
Although my personal picks would include Dean Ambrose or Fandango; rumours suggest that the writers are stuck between Wade Barrett and Antonio Cesaro; two of the finest talents in the WWE and both have been touted as future World Champions. However, with Cesaro recently joining Colter’s Militia and not being in the good books of Mr. McMahon; it doesn’t seem like Cesaro could be winning it.
When you consider that Wade Barrett has only recently dropped his Intercontinental Championship to Curtis Axel; maybe this was a method of getting Barrett into the World title picture; and it does look increasingly likely that he will finally be getting the push to do so.
We can also expect to see Axel retaining his Intercontinental Championship against The Miz and Dolph Ziggler could be the new World Heavyweight Champion, again nothing is set in stone. If Ziggler doesn’t win at Money in the Bank then he could be facing off against Big E Langston.
John Cena is expected to walk out of Money in the Bank as WWE Champion, but the fashion in which he wins remains to be seen, it is touted that it could be a disqualification victory, which could see Mark Henry enter the Daniel Bryan-John Cena feud, should it commence so soon.
Christian is rumoured to be taking on Dean Ambrose for the United States Championship at SummerSlam; so technically that should rule him out as winner of the all-stars Money in the Bank ladder match.
Finally, after months of speculation suggesting that The SHIELD will take on The Undertaker and Kane, after Monday Night Raw countless rumours have been circulating that, instead The Wyatt Family could be chosen to face off against The Brothers of Destruction - this will only depend on whether The Undertaker is cleared to compete.
Write for GiveMeSport! Sign-up to the GMS Writing Academy here: http://bit.ly/12evFlH
DISCLAIMER: This article has been written by a member of the GiveMeSport Writing Academy and does not represent the views of GiveMeSport.com or SportsNewMedia. The views and opinions expressed are solely that of the author credited at the top of this article. GiveMeSport.com and SportsNewMedia do not take any responsibility for the content of its contributors.