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In the WWE Championship ladder match, four former champions: John Cena (4/5) the Big Show (3/1) Chris Jericho (4/1) and Kane (6/1) will do battle in what is sure to be a gripping and hard hitting affair. The face of the WWE, John Cena, has been made the clear favourite with Paddy Power, despite never before competing in a Money In the Bank match, but he has proved time and time again that he does not give up, and he will be looking to cash in his briefcase to de-throne current champion CM Punk.
The World Championship ladder match is sure to be a wild, frantic and scary match up as eight men square off for the briefcase. Bodies are sure to be everywhere, resembling a car crash of ladders and bruised bones, but the sacrifice is all for the chance to be the new Heavyweight Champion of the world! The favourite is 'Dashing' Cody Rhodes (6/4) who will be risking his good looks against Dolph Ziggler (7/4) Christian (9/2) Tyson Kidd (9/1) Santino (9/1) Damien Sandow (9/1) Sin Cara (12/1) and Tensai (12/1). With so many wrestlers in one match, who will you bet on to reach the latch and unhook the briefcase from 15ft in the air?
As well as the destructive ladder matches on show, there will also be Sheamus (4/6) defending his World Championship against Alberto Del Rio (11/10) and CM Punk (1/2) taking on Daniel Bryan (6/4) for Punk's WWE title with the deranged AJ as special guest referee. It is sure to be a wild night of wrestling and one not to miss.
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