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Another WWE pay-per-view is in the can.
For many fans, Money in the Bank is one of the most exciting events on the WWE calendar, with its central ladder match often proving an unpredictable, high-risk delight. Extreme Rules may have the name, but it’s at Money in the Bank that WWE truly goes extreme. Ladders meet skulls, bodies bend and mangle against steel and Kofi Kingston inevitably falls from a ridiculous height.
Sunday’s event was no different, with some truly incredible athleticism on show. The match card was packed with talent and the two multi-man ladder matches provided some remarkable moments as the men involved put their bodies and their lives on the line.
There were no shortage of amazing spots from the show and, if truth be told, this list could easily have been made up entirely of moments from the contract ladder match. The »
- Tom Beasley
There have been 14 Money in the Bank ladder matches in WWE since the first one took place at WrestleMania 21 in 2005. It’s a match concept that was created by Chris Jericho and over the last decade it has become a favorite match of WWE fans because of the excitement that surrounds it.
The first six Money in the Bank ladder matches took place at WrestleMania (WM21 to WM26) and then in 2010 it became its own PPV event with two ladder matches taking place. This year it’s back to just one ladder match because WWE only has one World Heavyweight Champion now.
When somebody cashes in a Money in the Bank contract on a champion, it usually means a lot to that person because 12 of the 14 cash-ins have led to a title change. It hasn’t always meant success, though. Sometimes a person wins the briefcase, then »
- John Canton
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