Top Worst Money In The Bank Case-Ins
The concept for Money In The Bank is simple, The Money in the Bank ladder match can involve anywhere from 5–10 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 a world championship and beginning in 2017, a women's championship (also referred to as a world championship).
Beginning with the 2017 event, women also have the opportunity to compete in such a match, with their prize being a contract for a women's championship match. The Money In The Bank Ladder match was first established in 2005 at WWE's annual event WrestleMania. Then WWE went on to erect it as the official separated event in 2010 since then there have been 17 Money In The Bank Ladder winners consisting Women's and Men's Money The Bank Ladder matches.
1. John Cena
The biggest Superstar of the WWE filed to case-in. Cena won his cash-in match against defending champion CM Punk via disqualification after Big Show interfered, but failed to win the title because championships cannot change hands via count-outs or disqualifications (unless the match stipulation says otherwise).
2. Damien Sandow
Sandow was defeated by defending champion John Cena after an Attitude Adjustment after Sandow had attacked Cena during a promo.
3. Baron Corbin
Corbin was defeated by defending champion Jinder Mahal after a roll-up following a distraction by John Cena, who had just defeated Mahal by disqualification due to Corbin's interference.
4. Baron Corbin
This was a Hell in a Cell match with Mick Foley as the special guest referee. The match ended in a no-contest after a run-in by Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman. Lesnar kicked in the cell door and laid out both Strowman and defending champion Roman Reigns, while Heyman incapacitated Foley with pepper spray; both competitors were deemed unable to continue by another referee. This was the first cash-in attempt to fail by a no-contest ruling.
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