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The Money in the Bank ladder match is a professional wrestling ladder match held by WWE. The match can feature anywhere from five to ten participants, with the objective being to retrieve a briefcase that is suspended 20 feet above the ring. The briefcase contains a contract that guarantees a match for one of WWE's world titles (for the males), which include the WWE Championship, World Heavyweight Championship. As well as the WWE Women's Championship or the WWE Divas Championship, for the Divas. The briefcase became a weapon by the winners. The contract is valid for one year, and the briefcase holder—dubbed "Mr./Mrs. Money in the Bank"—can appear on any program and cash in the contract at the date, place, and time of his choosing. The briefcase may also be defended in matches, similar to how championships are defended. Six out of the nineteen winners have cashed in successfully and become either the WWE, World Heavyweight, Women's or Divas Champion.

The Money in the Bank ladder match was first contested in 2006. Since the match's inception, sixteen additional Money in the Bank ladder matches have been held annually at their pay-per-view event, WrestleMania, the most recent being held at WrestleMania XXIX, and all subsequent matches have been interpromotional. The first winner of the Money in the Bank ladder match was Triple H who won it at Wrestlemania 22. Triple H, The Miz and Adam Cole are the only men to have won two Money in the Bank Ladder matches while Adam Cole is the first and only to win consecutive Money in the Bank Ladder matches.

The most recent Money in the Bank match winners are Velveteen Dream, who won the Men's Money in the Bank in 2020, and Sunshine, who won the Women's Money in the Bank at the same event.

History[]

2006[]

April 2, 2006

2007[]

April 1, 2007

2008[]

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Superstar Money in the Bank Winners[]

Event Winner Cash In Result
Wrestlemania 22 Triple H

Win

Wrestlemania 23 The Miz Loss
Wrestlemania XXIV Triple H Failed to cash in
Wrestlemania XXV Goldust Loss
Wrestlemania XXVI MVP Win
Wrestlemania XXVII Christian Win
Wrestlemania XXVIII The Miz Failed to cash in
Wrestlemania XXIX Shawn Michaels Failed to cash in
WrestleMania XXX Edge Failed to cash in
WrestleMania 31 Colt Cabana Win
SummerSlam (2015) Billy Cassidy Failed to cash in; Relinquished
WrestleMania 32 Adam Cole Loss
WrestleMania 33 Adam Cole Win
WrestleMania 34 Jimmy Jacobs Win
WrestleMania 35 Alberto Del Rio Win
WrestleMania 36 Velveteen Dream Loss

Diva Money in the Bank Winners[]

Event Winner Cash In Result
Wrestlemania 22 Christy Hemme N/A*
Wrestlemania 23 Ivory Failed to cash in
Wrestlemania XXIV Michelle McCool & Beth Phoenix Unknown
Wrestlemania XXV Mar Failed to cash in
Wrestlemania XXVI Roni Jonah Win
Wrestlemania XXVII Kaitlyn Failed to cash in
Wrestlemania XXVIII Cookie Win
Wrestlemania XXIX Sally Mason Failed to cash in
WrestleMania XXX Cheerleader Melissa Failed to cash in
WrestleMania 31 Paige Win
WrestleMania 32 Natalie Nova N/A
WrestleMania 33 Nia Jax N/A
WrestleMania 34 Emma N/A
WrestleMania 35 Billie Kay Won
WrestleMania 36 Sunshine Won

* Christy Hemme transformed the MITB briefcase into the WWE Pure Divas Championship.

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