Since 2005, Money in the Bank ladder matches have been among the most anticipated WWE bouts of the year. Full of thrills and spills and featuring a prize that people have been trained to care about, the matches serve as both train wreck stunt shows and the chance to glimpse the future booking plans of WWE. Many wrestlers that fans wanted to see pushed have had their careers significantly enhanced by their MITB wins, which instantly propelled them to probable future World Champions.
In 2010 WWE took the concept a step further, adding Money in the Bank to its annual pay-per-view docket. Typically, it is one of WWE’s strongest shows of the year. The act of cashing-in has also become a significant part of WWE lore, as you can read all about here.
All 22 of the Money in the Bank matches that have taken place over the past 14 years have delivered to a high standard, with none dropping below *** and most flirting with **** or above on Dave Meltzer’s much-ballyhooed ratings scale. Here is a list of every Money in the Bank match ranked according to those ratings.