Although the WWE Money in the Bank pay-per-view debuted just three years ago in 2010, it’s quickly made a name for itself as one of the company’s best PPVs of the year.
A big reason why Money in the Bank has been so successful so far is the quality of the show’s highly anticipated Money in the Bank matches, which the show is named after. Of course, it also helps that MITB has taken place in front of some raucous crowds, mainly the Chicago one in 2011.
But that’s not all that has made Money in the Bank so special. No, there’s been much more to it than that.
The real key to Money in the Bank’s success? Other great matches in addition to the almost always great MITB bouts.
Money in the Bank has resulted in some very memorable non-ladder matches that have turned the PPV into one of the WWE’s most anticipated events of the year.
Let’s take a look at the matches that have made Money in the Bank such an attraction, with a list ranking the top five non-ladder matches in the history of the young PPV.