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How many WWE superstars have successfully cashed-in Money in the Bank contract?

Published at :June 24, 2024 at 5:27 PM
Modified at :June 24, 2024 at 5:27 PM
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Till now there have been 25 successful Money in the Bank cash-in.

The Money in the Bank Ladder battle, which was first created by Chris Jericho, has evolved from an amusing novelty battle into one of the most anticipated subplots of every WWE calendar year. It has evolved and grown to include several brands and the women’s division, as well as being the focus of its own event, ranking alongside WrestleMania, Royal Rumble, and SummerSlam as one of WWE’s most prominent events.

Contract winners will be able to cash in on their preferred world champion. The contract might be cashed in at a vulnerable time for the champs, particularly after a match in which they are already exhausted. There were big personalities that used the Money in the Bank deal to win a world championship.

Money in the Bank’s history has developed alongside its popularity. Let’s look at the whole history of WWE Money in the Bank winners, including how they performed when they finally cashed in their contracts.

Also Read: WWE Money in the Bank: List of all winners

There have been 25 successful cash-in. In which only once the contract wasn’t cashed in. It happened with Asuka when she was straight away given the championship without letting her Money in the Bank contract cash in.

All WWE superstars who successfully cashed-in MITB contract:

  • Edge (2005) – After successfully defended his briefcase against Matt Hardy on the October 2, 2005, edition of Raw, Edge cashed in his contract at New Year’s Revolution on January 8, 2006, defeating John Cena for the WWE Championship, which Cena had held in an Elimination Chamber match.
  • Rob Van Dam (2006) – Van Dam had to defend his briefcase against Benjamin at Backlash, but he kept it and won the WWE Championship by defeating John Cena (with an assist from Edge) in a pre-announced Extreme Rules Match at ECW One Night Stand on June 11, 2006.
  • Mr Kennedy to Edge (2007) – Mr. Kennedy lost his briefcase to Edge on the May 7, 2002 edition of Raw. Edge then cashed in the next night (albeit it aired later in the week) on SmackDown, defeating the Undertaker in a Steel Cage Match with Batista to win the World Heavyweight Championship.
  • CM Punk (2008) – On the June 30, 2008 edition of Raw, Punk cashed in his briefcase and defeated Edge (after an assault by Batista during Edge’s promo) to win the World Heavyweight Championship.
  • CM Punk (2009) – Punk beat Jeff Hardy for the World Heavyweight Championship shortly after Hardy won the belt in a ladder match against Edge.
  • Jack Swagger (WrestleMania, 2010) – Swagger beat Chris Jericho (after Edge attacked Jericho during a promo) to win the World Heavyweight Championship.
  • Kane (SmackDown, 2010) – Later that night, Kane cashed in on his briefcase by defeating Rey Mysterio to win the World Heavyweight Championship following Mysterio’s successful title defense against Swagger.
  • The Miz (RAW, 2010)The Miz beat Randy Orton for the WWE Championship on the November 22, 2010 edition of Raw, following Orton’s successful title defense against Wade Barrett.
  • Daniel Bryan (RAW, 2011) – Bryan beat Big Show at TLC to capture the World Heavyweight Championship, which Big Show had won in a Chairs Match over Mark Henry.
  • Alberto DelRio (SmackDown, 2011) – Del Rio defeated CM Punk to win the WWE Championship at SummerSlam after Punk defeated John Cena and was assaulted by Kevin Nash.
  • Dolph Ziggler (2012) – On the April 8, 2013 edition of Raw, Ziggler beat Alberto Del Rio to capture the World Heavyweight Championship after Del Rio’s handicap match against Jack Swagger and Zeb Colter, as well as Swagger’s post-fight onslaught.
  • Randy Orton (2013) – Orton defeated Daniel Bryan to win the WWE Championship at SummerSlam after Bryan had won the championship from Cena with Triple H serving as special guest referee; Triple H also delivered a Pedigree on Bryan before Orton cashed in.
  • Seth Rollins (2014) – Rollins cashed in his contract in the middle of a contest between Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 31, converting it into a Triple Threat contest and eventually capturing the WWE World Heavyweight Championship by pinning Reigns.
  • Sheamus (2015) – Sheamus defeated Reigns at Survivor Series to win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship after Reigns defeated Dean Ambrose to win the vacant title.
  • Dean Ambrose (2016) – Ambrose cashed in his briefcase less than an hour after winning it, defeating Seth Rollins for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship after Rollins defeated Roman Reigns to win the title.
  • Carmella (2017) – Carmella won the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship against Charlotte Flair on the April 10, 2018 edition of SmackDown after the latter was attacked by The IIconics during a promo.
  • Alexa Bliss (2018) – Bliss won the WWE Raw Women’s Championship by defeating Nia Jax and Ronda Rousey. 
  • Bayley (2019) – Bayley won the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship by defeating Charlotte Flair, who had previously defeated Becky Lynch with the help of Lacey Evans. 
  • Brock Lesnar (2019) – Lesnar won the WWE Universal Championship by defeating Seth Rollins at Extreme Rules after Rollins successfully defended his title alongside Lynch.
  • Asuka (2020) – It was revealed on the May 11, 2020, episode of Raw that the match was for the WWE Raw Women’s Championship after then-champion Becky Lynch announced that she was taking a pregnancy leave.
  • Nikki A.S.H. (2021) – Nikki A.S.H. beat Charlotte Flair to become WWE Raw Women’s Champion on July 19, 2021, after Flair successfully defended her championship against Rhea Ripley despite being deliberately disqualified.
  • Big E (2021) – On the September 13, 2021 episode of Raw, Big E beat Bobby Lashley to capture the WWE Championship, which Lashley had successfully defended against Randy Orton.
  • Liv Morgan (2022) – The same night, Liv Morgan beat Ronda Rousey to capture the SmackDown Women’s Championship, following Rousey’s successful defense against Natalya.
  • Damian Priest (2023) – Successfully cashed in at SummerSlam 2023, pinning Bianca Belair (who had just won the championship from Asuka) to become the next WWE Women’s Champion.
  • Iyo Sky (2023) – Successfully cashed in at SummerSlam 2023, pinning Bianca Belair (who had just won the championship from Asuka) to become the next WWE Women’s Champion.

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