5 reasons why MITB is one of the most exciting gimmicks in history
It just never gets old.
The Money in the Bank ladder match debuted at WrestleMania 21 in 2005. The MITB match would then be held at the next 5 WrestleMania events, after which the match concept was spun off on to its own pay-per-view event beginning in 2010.
When a Superstar wins the MITB briefcase containing a contract for a Championship match, their victory automatically plays a huge role in their character and gimmick: he will then be known as the MITB winner, carrying the briefcase everywhere he goes, until he cashes it in. Then, he just might be known as the new Champion… Or not.
Oh, the thrill.
The MITB has ever since been one of the most exciting gimmicks in WWE history. Here are 5 reasons why.
#5. The odds are stacked
Here, we are talking about the match itself to determine the winner. With 7 competitors in the traditional Money In The Bank ladder match, it’s often hard to tell who would take home the briefcase. There are many talented Superstars to choose from who would put their bodies on the line with each hit and fall from the steel ladders!
It's an interesting debate and bet amongst friends.