WWE Money in the Bank goes down tomorrow night (July 14) from Phoenix, AZ and promises to be a good event.
With both titles on the line as well as two Money in the Bank ladder matches for each of them, just about everyone on the WWE roster will show up.
So far only those four matches -- in addition to a tag team pre-show on YouTube -- are planned but you can probably expect an impromptu Divas Championship match, a Heath Slater challenge and a Brodus Clay squash.
But let's cut the chit-chat.
I know you're all eager to see who I've predicted will win the matches.
I've looked into my black mirror and I will tell you what I saw after the jump...
Pre-Show: Kofi Kingston and R-Truth vs. Hunico and Camacho
I'm not sure if the tag titles are on the line in this match. Honestly, does it matter? The Money in the Bank pre-show has a possibility of being a lot of fun what with Kingston, Truth, and Hunico's propensity for high-flying.
If the straps are on the line, expect the champs to retain. If not, the rulebreakers could pull off the win to earn a title shot in the future.
World Heavyweight Championship Money in the Bank Ladder match: Damien Sandow vs. Tyson Kidd vs. Christian vs. Santino Marella vs. Tensai vs. Cody Rhodes vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Sin Cara
So many Superstars I enjoy lumped in with so many I don't give two nuggets about.
Let's look at it like this: If Santino, Tensai or Sin Cara win, I riot.
Since the masked Mexican isn't likely to win anything except a pink slip in the near future, we can rest easy knowing we won't be grabbing the blue suitcase. And Tensai has been a bust as the chubby white dude pretending to be a Japanese dude so him not winning is a pretty safe bet too.
If this was closer to Elimination Chamber when he was as hot as he's ever been, it would have been a possibility. But it's July now and he's cooled off quite a bit and returned to his zany, mid-card antics.
Which leaves Sandow, Kidd, Christian, Rhodes and Ziggler. Honestly, I'd be fine with any of these men winning.
Christian is the least likely as he's already a former World Heavyweight Champion so it wouldn't only take a win or two to get him back into contention. He simply doesn't need the Money in the Bank win. It would be a nice feather in his cap, though.
Kidd, despite big plans for him from WWE, isn't ready yet and ditto for Sandow.
My pick goes to Rhodes or Ziggler, both of which have been on the brink of a world title push for some time now.
WWE Championship Money in the Bank Ladder match: Big Show vs. Kane vs. Chris Jericho vs. John Cena
Wishful thinking prediction: The Rock rolls in and wins the sum'bitch.
World Heavyweight Championship match: Sheamus (c) vs. Alberto Del Rio
This one is pretty interesting.
WWE is dead set of pushing ADR despite his lukewarm reactions and I feel this might cause him to go over on "The Great White" tomorrow night.
Sheamus, the champ since WrestleMania 28, needs to good foil and honestly, with fan favorites dominating the title scene, it would be nice to see a good ol' fashion rulebreaker chase.
WWE Championship match: CM Punk (c) vs. Daniel Bryan with AJ as special guest referee
The only reason I think Punk will retain his title is because they're starting to hard sell the length of his reign and my gut feeling is we'll see Cena challenge for the belt next month at SummerSlam.
Punk/Cena would sell a lot more than Bryan/Cena.
Still, though, the fact that Bryan has been consistently in the main event for almost a year now is awesome.
When he lost the title at WrestleMania, I was worried he would drop down the card and get lost in the shuffle. Thankfully, that wasn't the case.
Oh, and if you think this match headlines, I have a bridge to sell you. The Raw Money in the Bank closes the show because we all know how much WWE loooooves to have Cena all smiley and triumphant to end their shows.
There you have it, Cagesiders. How do you think the show goes down?