Booking The Miz Forward, Botched MITB Ladder Match Ending, When John Cena Will "Cash In," Kelly Kelly's Unusual Time Off

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How do you see The Miz being booked going forward?

The Miz, who returned at WWE Money in the Bank, will likely resume his role as an upper mid-card talent. He received some babyface reactions at the pay-per-view so it will be interesting if WWE explores his character or has him cut a heel promo on Raw to keep him that way. I look for him to get a bigger push when "The Marine: Homefront" is released as filming for the movie has wrapped. Also, was it just me or did The Miz "Vince McMahon" his hair? Think about it.

What are your thoughts about the botched ending of the Money in the Bank ladder match for the WWE Championship match contract at the pay-per-view?

I thought it was funny when the briefcase handle broke, laughing out loud at Cena's shocked reaction. For those wondering what the original plan was, I have already posted full details at this link. If you are not yet a Premium Member, you can sign-up now at this link.

With John Cena winning the Money in the Bank contract for a WWE Championship match, do you think WWE plans to have him win the title and have a rematch with The Rock?

Vince McMahon has been considering The Rock vs. John Cena II at Wrestlemania XXIX again next year but no plan is set in stone as of this writing. I do not see Cena carrying the MITB briefcase around long and could have seen him "cashing in" as early as the pay-per-view. It obviously wasn't in the plans with the Money in the Bank ladder match going last, however, I could see him cashing in on the 1000th Raw or even sooner.

What's going on with Kelly Kelly?

Kelly Kelly is on approved leave of absence from WWE. The company is allowing her to accept independent bookings, which is something very unusual for someone with an active performer's contract. I have more details on the unusual situation available at this link. If you are not yet a Premium Member, you can sign-up now at this link.

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