John Cena vs. Dolph Ziggler In A Ladder Match For MITB Briefcase Added To WWE TLC

It was announced on this week’s WWE Raw that John Cena will face Dolph Ziggler in a Ladder Match for the Money in the Bank briefcase at WWE TLC.

WWE TLC will take place Sunday, December 16, 2012 fro the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. We’ll have exclusive live play-by-play coverage here at WrestlingNewsWorld.com.

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  • http://Www.12ozprophet.com Dangerous Lee

    I knew it.

  • Nesto

    Naming this my defining moment in wrestling. If Cena wins, I’m done. This is Zigglers opportunity to go to the next level.

  • The Breaker

    I sincerely hope WWE isn't planning to have Ziggler drop the briefcase to Cena…

    • The Game

      Not gonna happen. Unlike Punk, Cena is willing too put people over (Edge/RVD/Sheamus)

      • THE man

        Punk never refused to not put someone over, the WWE brass decided to keep the belt on him

      • David F.

        I would book The Shield to interfere and help Ziggler retain the briefcase. If Cena wns we riot lol

      • http://Www.12ozprophet.com Dangerous Lee

        How do you come to the conclusion that Punk doesn’t put people over? Did you just start watching last year?

  • joe

    Now I know this is crazy but what if cena wins the briefcase and cena wins the world heavyweight champion at the royal rumble and what if ziggler wins the royal rumble and at wm 29 we get cena vs ziggler for the worls heavyweight championship and ziggler wins it clean defining him as a main eventer for pinning cena clean

  • KingKongBrody

    I hope he does and I hate cena he sucks.

  • Robert

    If cena wins I’m officially a roh only man no more wwe or tna.

  • robsharpe84

    If cena goes over then I think vince has actually lost the plot!!!

  • james

    Cena will win the whc, rock will beat punk at the rumble, unification match at WM!

  • -|AZ|-

    The Shield interferes and costs Cena the MITB match… Then at Rumble Cena eliminates them in a 3-on-1 situation to win…

    Later @TLC Sheamus wins by the skin of his teeth, Dolph cashes in and becomes WHC.

    Then at Elim Chamber Y2J returns and becomes #1 contender setting up Jericho Vs Dolph for WHC at WM29.

  • Violet09

    Am I the only one who thinks holding a MITB briefcase is more prestigious than holding the World Heavyweight Championship right now?

  • Wilo

    what if ziggler cashes in before his match?

    • Mark

      then obviously the belt will be the one hanging from the ceiling.

  • King Of KingS

    What if throughout the match, Cena gets the best out of Ziggler and out of nowhere Ziggler takes the mic and says he wants to cash in? Or like the user below me said, what if, before the match, Ziggler comes out and cash in. Or of course without saying anything, if the world heavyweight championship is before the MITB ladder match, then I definitely see Ziggler cashing in!

  • Evonreese

    I must be the only one but I hope Cena gets the briefcase back but cashes in on Punk.

    • King Of KingS

      Dude we keep saying it is the MITB briefcase for the World Heavyweight Championship and not the WWE championship. This will have nothing to do with Punk.

  • Chris

    This just sucks. It's obvious WWE is gonna opt more for Cena going over than Dolph going over Cena. He hasn't used the briefcase in almost a year. To me, that's the main sign the company doesnt believe in him and wants to put the briefcase on Cena. I agree that this would be horrible and a sign that despite everything, some people will never be pushed to the top and others shoved down our throats.

  • Kevin

    This is a crazy idea. It's a lose-lose. We, the fans, know that Cena won't win, so why bother watching. In the event that Cena is allowed to win, then it's still a losing proposition, because Cena already had his chance with a briefcase, and lost. He doesn't deserven another shot. It's not fair to Ziggler, who worked hard to get that briefcase, to have to lose it to Cena. This is a waste of a match, and I don't see the sense in it at all. But then, the WWE writers aren't making much sense these days anyway.