I would love to see him win the title but I dont think they will give it to him just yet.If anyone could be the first person to lose their MITB Cash In I could see it being Miz. Even though I think he deserves to actually win the title when he cashes it in somehow I see them making him be the first person to fail.
I guess his push seems a little too unreal right now. This was that dorky kid on Tough Enough that lost to Daniel Puder (who?).
Now look where he is.
Well the Royal Rumble winner shouldn't win the belt every single year. Theres gotta be a loser sometimes cuz thats if not then its expect every single year that Hey the Royal Rumble winner is gonna win the belt.I thought it could have been a good idea and good storyline if he cashed it in and lost, but in all honesty no I don't see anyone losing the MITB. That would defeat the whole purpose of winning it IMO. They have made the Royal Rumble less prestigious IMO because they let people win the rumble to just lose the match at Wrestlemania. The Rumble and MITB should be given only to those who are GOING to be world champions whether at Wrestlemania or sometime in the future when they cash in.
I just feel like it doesn't matter who wins the royal rumble anymore because they have devalued it so much. Same thing will happen with MITB if people start losing it when they cash it in.Well the Royal Rumble winner shouldn't win the belt every single year. Theres gotta be a loser sometimes cuz thats if not then its expect every single year that Hey the Royal Rumble winner is gonna win the belt.
If CC would have won a case, you would be leading the charge of "He's gonna lose the case/lose the cash in". Just sayinPyro™;8647379 said:No, it won't happen. The way the WWE hypes up the match is by saying that everyone to cash in MITB has become world champion. If anybody was gonna lose it, it would've either been Swagger, because he was a low card jobber who barely made tv, or Kane, due to Undertaker's return. Those pretty much sealed that there's never going to be a loser. Whether you think the Miz is ready or not, it doesn't matter. This is a company that once put the title on The Great Khali.
If he thinks he will 100% thinks hes sure he will win the tile haha, Don't you mean if the writers have him winning that match.If he's not ready now (I think he is) than I don't think two years will make much of a difference. He has the attitude, the look, the mic skills, the ring work to be champion right now. He has the gimmick of someone with a sneaky calculating mind and there is no way he'll cash it in unless he thinks he's 100% sure he'll win the title.