The second coming of Bray Wyatt is in full force, with his recent run heading into Money In The Bank, has made him perhaps one of the most dominating and threatening superstar on the Smackdown roster. Bray Wyatt has been floundering around for many months, with many unsuccessful attempts to capture championship gold and attain high level status on the Smackdown brand. Wyatt, has continued to persevere and has seem to found his niche in recent weeks with big victories against various opponents, which has moved him up the ranks. Wyatt has been joined by his associates, in Luke Harper and Erick Rowan who have been running rampart on the Smackdown locker room, taking out every superstar in their path to glory. Is the next victim the Intercontinental Champion CM Punk?
Punk has gone from a former WWE champion struggling to hang onto his past glory to rediscovering his greatness on the blue brand in the past number of months and has gone on to capture his first championship since the inaugural episode of WWE Universe Mode. His recent victories over Mark Henry has sent a strong message to the doubters that Punk is back and he is here to stay at the top of his game. Punk has been unsuccessful in capturing the World Heavyweight Championship but has continued to work hard to remain at the top with the Intercontinental Championship. However, a recent major loss at the Bragging Rights PPV could leave Punk vulnerable to an unstoppable Bray Wyatt and may leave him to his demise if he cannot turn it around at the Money in the Bank PPV.
Two of the best on the blue brand will battle it out in what is sure to be a classic match for the Intercontinental Championship. The reemergence of Bray Wyatt could prove to much for the reigning Intercontinental Champion who still has a chip on his shoulder and is out to prove that he is still the Best in the World. Who will walk with the gold?