Who deserves to win the Money in the Bank Ladder match the most?
As WWE tweeted a while ago, the field is set for Men's Money in the Bank ladder match. If you take a look at the lineup, it's quite interesting. From high flyers like Ricochet and Ali to monsters like Braun Strowman and Drew McIntyre, the match will feature Superstars with different styles. Interestingly, only 2 former World Champions (Randy Orton and Finn Balor) are a part of the bout.
The last 2 winners (Baron Corbin and Braun Strowman), weren't able to cash-in their Money in the Bank contracts successfully. So, it's rumored that this year's winner will be treated as a megastar. Based on these rumors, it can be predicted that one of the 8 guys listed above will be a World Champion over the next 12 months.
It can be said that Superstars like Ricochet and Ali are just in for the crazy spots. Randy Orton has nothing to gain by winning either. Strowman and Corbin are interesting additions but considering that they have already won the coveted briefcase once in their respective careers, it should go to someone else this year.
That leaves us with Andrade, Finn Balor and Drew McIntyre. Let's discuss who, out of these 3, deserves to win the most.
#3 Finn Balor
Finn Balor was recently traded to Smackdown Live for Samoa Joe during the Superstar Shakeup. Ever since arriving on the Blue Brand, Balor has been on an undefeated streak. The 2-time Intercontinental Champion has also been added to the Money in the Bank ladder match. Considering the fact that Smackdown Live is the land of opportunity, there's a high chance that Balor grabs the top prize down the line. What better way to make it a reality and starting Balor's WWE Title hunt by having him win the briefcase?
The Irish young gun is quite popular with the WWE Universe and is due a World Title run, after his first one ended abruptly. Balor has proved time and again that he can pull out an incredible match, out of almost anyone on the roster. Moreover, his promo skills have improved by leaps and bounds over the past 2 and a half years. Therefore, it's an ideal time for WWE to pull the trigger on a WWE Title push for The Demon's alter-ego.