In its brief four-year history, Money in the Bank has been responsible for some of the best matches over that span. With two Ladder matches all but guaranteeing a quality pay-per-view and heavyweight championship bouts only serving to enhance or accentuate the overall show, there are plenty of contests to tout as the best in the event's annals.
With so many great matches, however, there are sure to be bouts that are overshadowed and forgotten. Some of those matches feature the top prizes in the industry being defended in hard-hitting and highly competitive matches. Others feature bright young stars attempting to prove themselves in their first big opportunities to do so.
With the 2014 edition of the pay-per-view on the horizon and Superstars such as The Shield's Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, the Wyatt Family, the Usos and Cesaro featured in high-profile matches, there is plenty of potential for more underrated and overshadowed matches to exist among the more hyped and celebrated on the card.
With that in mind, relive Money in the Bank's history of underrated matches with these five hidden gems.