Ahead of this Sunday’s WWE Money in the Bank pay-per-view in Hartford, Connecticut the company has released a massive video compiling every single successful Money in the Bank briefcase cash-in throughout history.
The special ladder match gimmick first debuted back in 2005 with Edge of course winning the first briefcase at WrestleMania 21. It continued to take place at WrestleMania for six years before WWE expanded the concept into its own annual pay-per-view in 2010. The first ever Women’s Money in the Bank place took place in 2018.
There have been 21 cash-in attempts in total, from the 19 competitors who have won the match, but only 17 of them were actually successful.
John Cena was the first to lose his Money in the Bank cash-in by DQ, Damien Sandow then lost his cash-in in a singles match against John Cena, Baron Corbin lost his cash-in against Jinder Mahal because of John Cena, and of course last year Braun Strowman’s cash-in ended in a No Contest after Brock Lesnar interfered in his Hell in a Cell match with Roman Reigns.