WWE: Successful Money in the Bank participants
We’re only a couple of days away from the Money in the Bank PPV, which will come to us from Philadelphia. Word came out a couple of days ago that Kane will not be involved in the Money in the Bank ladder match for the WWE title. Will WWE find a replacement for him? I think it will be better if WWE goes in with the six participants, and it will make the match even better.
This Sunday will also mark the return of Rob Van Dam to the WWE, as it has been over four years since RVD made an appearance in the WWE. This has raised the anticipation levels of the PPV, as it has all the tools to become one of the best PPVs of the year.
Going into the PPV, the Money in the Bank ladder matches are the most interesting bouts on the card, and all the participants have the same chance to retrieve the briefcase. In this article, I take a look at the competitors who have been successful in the past Money in the Bank ladder matches, and thus have better odds of winning the ladder matches for the WWE and the World titles.
Daniel Bryan has been on a roll in recent months, and going into the PPV, he is arguably the odds on favorite to win the bout. Daniel Bryan is not new to the Money in the Bank ladder matches either; he won the Money in the Bank ladder match for the World Heavyweight championship in 2011, and successfully cashed it in to beat The Big Show and win the World Heavyweight championship.
With WWE planning to start a Daniel Bryan – John Cena feud for the WWE championship going into the summer, Bryan has the best chance to win the Money in the Bank ladder match for the WWE title this Sunday. Although the match can go any way, don’t be surprised if Daniel Bryan climbs the ladder and retrieves the briefcase.