WWE Money in the Bank 2014: Biggest Breakout Performances in PPV History

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WWE Money in the Bank 2014: Biggest Breakout Performances in PPV History
Credit: WWE.com

More so than any other World Wrestling Entertainment pay-per-view offering, Money in the Bank lends itself to breakout performances.

With so many Superstars involved in the night's much-hyped ladder matches, men who had previously been relegated to the midcard and treated as afterthoughts have the opportunity to steal the spotlight with their unrivaled athleticism and willingness to sacrifice their bodies for the benefit of the product and fans.

On Sunday, June 29, a new crop of Superstars will have the opportunity to rise to occasion and prove themselves as the future of the industry.

Whether it is a Bray Wyatt or Seth Rollins—who have made major contributions to WWE over the last year but could still use that one performance to really establish themselves as future championsor a competitor with unrealized talent such as Bad News Barrett or Cesaro, the show should feature its fair share of breakout performances.

Especially given the youth movement that WWE appears to be pushing.

As WWE gears up for one of its most popular and beloved pay-per-views events, relive some of the biggest and most monumental breakout performances in Money in the Bank history. 

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