The booking of any Superstar, match or pay-per-view is integral to its overall success.
It does not matter how entertaining or captivating a star may be if the booking is not there to help them get over the proverbial hump and succeed at the top level of competition.
A great match can be hampered by a poor booking decision. A run-in, interference or poor finish can be the difference between a great match and an all-time classic.
The structure of a card, a disappointing show-closing moment or bad wrestling from top-to-bottom can derail an entire pay-per-view and prevent it from reaching its full potential.
Money in the Bank, despite being one of the premiere events on the WWE schedule, has had its share of questionable booking decisions. Superstars have suffered, the importance of matches has been disregarded and the long-term future of the company has been adversely affected because of choices made inside the confines of the creative room.
With 2014's edition of the event upcoming on June 29, relive some of the worst booking decisions in Money in the Bank history and hope that history will not repeat itself.