Sunday, September 15, 2019

In two weeks from Sunday, WWE will crown the 22nd and 23rd Money In The Bank contract holders when the superstars of both Raw and Smackdown battle it out in their respective ladder matches with the hopes of gaining an opportunity of a lifetime. Since the debut of the Money in the Bank ladder match back at WrestleMania 21, the bout has given us 21 victors, 17 of which have gone on to successfully cash in their briefcase to win championship gold (a good omen for whoever walks away the winner at this years event).

Ever since the first cash-in at New Year’s Revolution 2006, the WWE have tried to surprise fans and come up with different and innovative ways to deploy the gimmick, the majority of which have been successful. Not all cash-ins are created equal however and some of them have not quite worked out as planned. With that in mind, let’s take a look back at each Money in the Bank cash in and rank them, from worst to best.

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