WWE’s annual pay-per-view event, Money in the Bank is fast approaching. After starting in 2005, Money in the Bank was a hit among the audiences, as a superstar could use his contract, which was locked in the briefcase, to challenge the world champion of his choice, anytime and anywhere. Til date, only one superstar has lost his cash-in, with that being none other than the golden boy of the WWE himself, John Cena. Otherwise, the Money in the Bank guarantees you a World Championship run. The process is simple: climb a ladder, and unhook the briefcase from the top to retrieve your contract for the championship match. However, it’s easier said than done, and multiple superstars have failed trying to retrieve the prized possession.
This event, like the previous one, has two Money in the Bank matches – a WWE Championship ‘All Star’ Money in the Bank match, and a World Heavyweight Championship Money in the Bank match. The briefcases will be red and blue respectively, and seven stars each will try to retrieve the briefcases from the top – only to get an opportunity to become the World Champion, and to climb the top of the ladder.
This is the second part of the annual series, where I analyze the seven superstars of the World Heavyweight Championship Briefcase Money in the Bank. Join me, as I analyze Wade Barrett, Jack Swagger, Antonio Cesaro, Cody Rhodes, Damien Sandow, Fandango and Dean Ambrose and their chances of winning at July 14, at Philadelphia.