WWE Money in the Bank 2014 will struggle to top the near perfection that was the 2011 version of the pay-per-view.
A splintered version of The Shield, John Cena and The Usos are sure to provide entertainment aplenty, but in the event's short history there have been few shows as thrilling from open to close as Money in the Bank 2011. That night in Chicago remains the pay-per-view's peak.
Every edition of Money in the Bank so far is ranked here, based on the quality of the undercard and main event.
How exciting the matches were, how memorable the moments were and the amount of star power on the card determine their order. Too many duds drag the ranking down, while fantastic storytelling elevates it.
Money in the Bank 2014 has only four shows to compete with in the event's history, but it's hard to imagine it knocking the king off the throne.