Ranking the 5 Best Money in the Bank Cash ins in WWE history
Since 2005 and the birth of Money in the Bank at WrestleMania 21, the annual ladder match now turned PPV is one of the biggest opportunities on the WWE calendar, and being a ladder match, it always makes for plenty of excitement among the WWE Universe. From up and coming stars to main event players, the winners have always been very hard to predict, but one thing is for certain, and that's that the majority of cash ins have been incredible moments.
So with just days to go before Money in the Bank 2019, where 2 superstars will stake their claim to a World Championship by way of this iconic ladder match, we take a look back on one of WWE's greatest concepts and rate the top 5 Money in the Bank cash ins in WWE history.
#5 Dolph Ziggler - RAW 2013
The night after WrestleMania has become one of the biggest on WWE's calendar, with the crowd making for an incredible atmosphere, and while there's been some amazing moments, few have received the pop that this one did. We'll talk about a big cash in at WrestleMania later, and if that one took everyone by surprise, then this one certainly did, with the roof blowing off the stadium when Dolph Ziggler's music hit.
Unlike other cash ins, this one featured a true fight, as Alberto Del Rio, on one leg fought valiantly, even getting Dolph into his cross arm-breaker. But Ziggler fought hard and eventually pinned the reigning World Heavyweight Champion. The crowd went absolutely nuts, with The Miz telling Dolph on an episode of 'Ride Along' that it was the biggest pop he'd ever seen in person, and it's hard to argue. And while Ziggler didn't have an incredible run as Champion, this is a moment we'll never forget.