So Dolph opened RAW with the spotlight on him, on top of a ladder, and cut a promo. That's a U-Turn from the usual middle-of-the-show promo after Vickie takes charge first, so we can see WWE finally have some faith in someone we knew was great on the mic the whole time. This is one of the reasons I'm sure Dolph is going over on Sunday against Cena, just not cleanly. Even WWE logic wouldn't finally trust and (sort of) push a future star in Dolph Ziggler just to have him job to Cena and lose his most prized asset (MITB), would they? If you want more optimism you can read into what happens if Cena does win the MITB, he would be feuding for the WHC which is a SmackDown title, which is ridiculous as we all know he's going to be involved with Rocky. Does anyone remember Cena vs Kane last year? That was a complete filler-feud just so they can give Cena something to do until his match against The Rock, and this will be the exact same. I don't think we should expect Dolph to get some monster push because of Cena, I just don't think we will have Cena randomly squash Dolph in a feud that seriously means nothing, it's pure filler. Why would you remove the MITB from your future star in a random filler feud? You can easily counter that with "But Crayo, he went over a revamped masked-Kane last year for no reason." and you would be right, but masked Kane is a veteran who has become a master jobber, Dolph is the future and is holding the MITB case with it on the line. There, hopefully you are increasingly optimistic about Dolph's chances against Cena. This begs the question though, how does Dolph win dirty against superman?