Power Ranking Every Money in the Bank Cash-in in WWE History

« Prev
1 of 15
Next »
Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse the slideshow
Power Ranking Every Money in the Bank Cash-in in WWE History
Credit: WWE.com

A pair of near-perfect Money in the Bank cash-ins took place in 2013, but no one in WWE history has topped Edge pouncing on a bloodied John Cena back in 2006.

Those years are the two finest in terms of briefcase-wielding predators waiting in the weeds. The Money in the Bank concept puts a ticking bomb under a champion's throne, leading to some of WWE's most engaging moments.

Every Money in the Bank cash-in is ranked here, taking into account the excitement surrounding it, how much the match sucked fans in and how memorable and special the entire scene was.

Unofficial cash-in attempts, like Daniel Bryan's nullified attempt on SmackDown, need not apply. This isn't a ranking of who did the most with the momentum gained from snatching away someone's championship but rather how effectively thrilling the cash-in itself was.

That's good news for Dolph Ziggler, whose championship reign punctured its tires early on. 

For Seth Rollins to make his way into the top of this list, he's going to have to outdo Ziggler and Edge. He'll have to overcome the novelty of the first Money in the Bank ambush and the emotional power of a workhorse finally getting his due.

Begin Slideshow »

Follow B/R on Facebook


Subscribe Now

By signing up for our newsletter, you agree to our Terms and Privacy Policy.

Thanks for signing up.