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WWE: Straight To the Top: The Money In The Bank Ladder Match Anthology [DVD]

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  • Actors: John Cena, CM Punk, Randy Orton
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Fremantle Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 4 Nov 2013
  • Run Time: 390 minutes
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Hosted by The Miz, the compilation features every Money in the Bank Ladder Match in history. The match debuted at WrestleMania 21 in 2005, quickly becoming a WrestleMania tradition and in 2010 proved so popular that it was given its own annual PPV event. Several top Superstars have been Money in the Bank winners including John Cena, Kane, Edge, CM Punk (twice!), Rob Van Dam and many more. 11 of the first 12 winners have used the match as a springboard to winning a championship, and several times the match has helped a Superstar who has never win a World Championship break through to claim their first. Much like the Royal Rumble Match, the Money in the Bank match represents a golden opportunity for a Superstar to achieve immortality, and its entire lineage is presented here.


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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Straight to the top 27 Nov 2013
Format:DVD
Keeping it brief, this is a nifty set of every Money in the bank ladder match to date, including this years bouts. Presented by the Miz. All of these matches are really entertaining, and most are amazing. One or two of the matches commentaries are heavily edited due to the participation of Chris Benoit. I would recommend, especially for 20 which is great value. Run time approximately six-seven hours.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Straight to the Top - Content and Match Listing 9 Aug 2013
By F.E. - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Blu-ray
Hosted by The Miz, the compilation features every Money in the Bank Ladder Match in history. The match debuted at WrestleMania 21 in 2005, quickly becoming a WrestleMania tradition and in 2010 proved so popular that it was given its own annual PPV event. Several top Superstars have been Money in the Bank winners including John Cena, Kane, Edge, CM Punk (twice!), Rob Van Dam and many more. 11 of the first 12 winners have used the match as a springboard to winning a championship, and several times the match has helped a Superstar who has never win a World Championship break through to claim their first. Much like the Royal Rumble Match, the Money in the Bank match represents a golden opportunity for a Superstar to achieve immortality, and its entire lineage is presented here.

(Participants listed in reverse order of entrance)

DISC 1 - Matches

A Revolutionary Concept

1st Ever Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Kane vs. Edge vs. Shelton Benjamin vs. Christian vs. Chris Benoit vs. Chris Jericho
WrestleMania 21 - April 3, 2005

Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Ric Flair vs. Bobby Lashley vs. Rob Van Dam vs. Finlay vs. Shelton Benjamin vs. Matt Hardy
WrestleMania 22 - April 2, 2006

Ladder to Success

Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Edge vs. Randy Orton vs. Matt Hardy vs. Mr. Kennedy vs. CM Punk vs. Finlay vs. King Booker vs. Jeff Hardy
WrestleMania 23 - April 1, 2007

Ultimate Opportunist

Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Chris Jericho vs. MVP vs. Mr. Kennedy vs. CM Punk vs. Shelton Benjamin vs. Carlito vs. John Morrison
WrestleMania 24 - March 30, 2008

Avoiding Obstacles

Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Kane vs. Christian vs. Kofi Kingston vs. Shelton Benjamin vs. Finlay vs. MVP vs. Mark Henry vs. CM Punk
WrestleMania 25 - April 5, 2009

DISC 2 - Matches

New Stars on the Horizon

Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Christian vs. Kane vs. Drew McIntyre vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Matt Hardy vs. Shelton Benjamin vs. Jack Swagger vs. Evan Bourne vs. MVP vs. Kofi Kingston
WrestleMania 26 - March 28, 2010

Inaugural Event

SmackDown Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Big Show vs. Kane vs. Drew McIntyre vs. Matt Hardy vs. Cody Rhodes vs. Christian vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Kofi Kingston
Money in the Bank - July 18, 2010

RAW Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Edge vs. Evan Bourne vs. Chris Jericho vs. John Morrison vs. Ted DiBiase vs. Mark Henry vs. The Miz vs. Randy Orton
Money in the Bank - July 18, 2010

Era of Awesome

SmackDown Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Kane vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Heath Slater vs. Cody Rhodes vs. Sheamus vs. Justin Gabriel vs. Wade Barrett vs. Sin Cara
Money in the Bank - July 17, 2011

DISC 3 - Matches

Caution in the Wind

RAW Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Rey Mysterio vs. The Miz vs. Alex Riley vs. R-Truth vs. Evan Bourne vs. Jack Swagger vs. Kofi Kingston vs. Alberto Del Rio
Money in the Bank - July 17, 2011

Money in the Bank Ladder Match for a World Heavyweight Championship Contract
Christian vs. Tensai vs. Sin Cara vs. Tyson Kidd vs. Damien Sandow vs. Cody Rhodes vs. Santino Marella vs. Dolph Ziggler
Money in the Bank - July 15, 2012

Long Awaited Return

Money in the Bank Ladder Match for a WWE Championship Contract
John Cena vs. Big Show vs. The Miz vs. Chris Jericho vs. Kane
Money in the Bank - July 15, 2012

Money in the Bank Ladder Match for a World Heavyweight Championship Contract
Wade Barrett vs. Cody Rhodes vs. Damien Sandow vs. Antonio Cesaro vs. Jack Swagger vs. Fandango vs. Dean Ambrose
Money in the Bank - July 14, 2013

Money in the Bank Ladder Match for a WWE Championship Contract
CM Punk vs. Sheamus vs. Randy Orton vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Christian vs. Rob Van Dam
Money in the Bank - July 14, 2013

View From the Top

BLU-RAY EXCLUSIVES - Matches and Moments

WWE Championship Match
Edge cashes in on John Cena
New Year's Revolution - January 8, 2006

Extreme Rules Match for the WWE Championship
Rob Van Dam cashes in on John Cena
ECW One Night Stand - June 11, 2006

World Heavyweight Championship Match
Edge cashes in on The Undertaker
SmackDown - May 11, 2007

World Heavyweight Championship Match
CM Punk cashes in on Edge
RAW - June 30, 2008

World Heavyweight Championship Match
CM Punk cashes in on Jeff Hardy
Extreme Rules - June 7, 2009

World Heavyweight Championship Match
Jack Swagger cashes in on Chris Jericho
SmackDown - April 2, 2010

World Heavyweight Championship Match
Kane cashes in on Rey Mysterio
Money in the Bank - July 18, 2010

WWE Championship Match
The Miz cashes in on Randy Orton
RAW - November 22, 2010

Bonus Feature: Behind The Scenes Footage Following The Miz's Victory

WWE Championship Match
Alberto Del Rio cashes in on CM Punk
SummerSlam - August 14, 2011

World Heavyweight Championship Match
Daniel Bryan cashes in on Big Show
TLC - December 18, 2011

WWE Championship Match
John Cena cashes in on CM Punk
RAW - July 23, 2012

World Heavyweight Championship Match
Dolph Ziggler cashes in on Alberto Del Rio
RAW - April 8, 2013
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5.0 out of 5 stars Climb The Ladder...Grab The Case...Become Champion! 9 Aug 2013
By D.P. - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
It started off as a simple concept only to evolve into such a signature match for WrestleMania year after year to the point where it's not only one of the most anticipated PPV's each year but also something you keep in the back of your head as you anticipate when the winner will "cash in." This concept is called "Money In The Bank" which is a multi-man ladder match where the object to the grab the briefcase which contains a contract that allows you to the opportunity to have a WWE/World Championship match whenever you choose for up to a year & it's resulted in some of the best ladder matches in not just WWE but wrestling period along with the "cash in" leading to some memorable moments so here's the anthology of each single match up to this point in time with The Miz hosting this set.

Chris Jericho vs. Chris Benoit vs. Shelton Benjamin vs. Kane vs. Edge vs. Christian - This was the first ever Money In The Bank match where the object of the match is to grab the briefcase at the top that contains a contract to challenge any World Champion whenever he sees fit in the next year & before the match, watch Kane's intro because that was something to see with the ladders on fire. As expected with a multi-man ladder match, chaos all over the place with everyone going after Kane on the ramp before the bell, everyone diving on top of everyone else on the outside, Benoit crossfacing anyone in sight, Benjamin splashing Edge in the corner on the ladder, everyone fighting on 3 ladders at once, Edge T-Bone'd off the ladder, and Benoit's headbutt off the ladder that caused him to bleed from the head. I was here LIVE & to quote Joey Styles "OH MY GOD!" The show-stealer here though was Shelton Benjamin as he looked like Spider Man with the majority of the moves he was pulling off involving the ladders.
As a side note, there have been some edits from the original match involving Chris Benoit as his entrance has been remove, the audio commentary directed at him has been muted, and the close ups of him were replaced by different camera angles but the whole match was shown in full so this was far from a "butcher job."
WrestleMania 21
[The Ladder Match]

Rob Van Dam vs. Ric Flair vs. Matt Hardy vs. Bobby Lashley vs. Finlay vs. Shelton Benjamin - This match started off as a 6 way brawl between everyone & didn't stop with various highlights such as RVD's over the top dive onto Hardy & the ladder, Shelton using the ladder as a ramp for the running senton to the outside, Hardy's high suplex off the ladder, RVD's hard landing on the ladder after the Rolling Thunder, a triple powerbomb off the ladder, the showdown between veterans Flair & Finlay, Lashley showcasing his power, RVD's top rope dropkick with the chair, Hardy with a legdrop & side effect off the ladder, RVD's 5 Star Frog Splash off the ladder, and Shelton's showcase of athleticism throughout the match. The bar was pretty set high after the first one the previous year but they were able to match it here.
WrestleMania 22

Edge vs. Randy Orton vs. King Booker vs. Finlay vs. Matt Hardy vs. Jeff Hardy vs. C.M. Punk vs. Mr. Kennedy - This was the most loaded Money In The Bank yet as they increased the number of participants from 6 to 8 creating such moments as Finlay going out of his comfort zone with a high risk move onto everyone, the use a step ladder, one swanton bomb after another, the Hardys united then divided, Punk's tribute to Terry Funk with the airplane spin with the ladder, both an RKO & Book End off the top of the ladder, would Booker sacrifice his wife Sharmell for the case, the involvement of Hornswoggle, and Jeff Hardy being the highlight reel with the highest dive we've seen in this match to that point in which one person wasn't able to recover for it.
WrestleMania 23
[The Ladder Match 2: Crash & Burn]

C.M. Punk vs. Chris Jericho vs. Shelton Benjamin vs. John Morrison vs. Carlito vs. M.V.P. vs. Mr. Kennedy....Kennedy (sorry, I'm a mark for that) - Anyways, you know that this match is set to be nothing more than a non-stop spotfest and boy was it ever. Morrison's moonsault off the top rope with ladder in hand & later taking a fall that every man watching felt, Shelton Benjamin's "tower of doom" powerbomb off the ladder & his fall out of the ring onto the ladder wedged on the outside, the Walls Of Jericho on the ladder, Carlito's "backstabber" off the ladder, and the return of Matt Hardy. One of the best Money In The Bank's matches yet.
WrestleMania XXIV
[C.M. Punk: Best In The World; Blu-Ray Version Of The True Story Of WrestleMania]

C.M. Punk vs. Kane vs. M.V.P. vs. Kofi Kingston vs. Finlay vs. Christian vs. Mark Henry vs. Shelton Benjamin - After the last couple of M.I.T.B. ladder matches starting to become a little "routine" when it came to the spots, this one had the ladders used in ways we've never seen before in more unique ways. Moments to look out for are the showcases of strength by Mark Henry & Kane, Christian clearly being the crowd favorite, Shelton Benjamin's leap off the ladder outside the ring, Hornswoggle & his "ladder", and the dark horse (no pun intended) in Kofi Kingston being the human highlight reel of the match. There were some botches for the stuff they were trying to pull off but overall, entertaining match & great way to kick off the show.
WrestleMania 25
[The Ladder Match 2: Crash & Burn; Superstar Collection: Kofi Kingston]

Kane vs. MVP vs. Christian vs. Matt Hardy vs. Evan Bourne vs. Kofi Kingston vs. Shelton Benjamin vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Drew McIntyre vs. Jack Swagger - Just looking at the amount participants, you know this is the BIGGEST Money In The Bank yet & as you expect, this was your "car crash match" full of spots: Dolph Ziggler doing his "Zig Zag" onto Christian off the ladder, Christian & Hardy wedging Swagger in between ladders in a way we've never seen before, Evan going "Air Bourne" off a ladder before later being hip tossed off a ladder straight to the floor, and Drew McIntyre falling off the ladder & landing in a way that had to make every man watching feel his pain. Unlike how in previous years, Kofi & Shelton Benjamin's performances stood out, Kane was that person for me this year by showing his power by catching Kofi & powerbombing him on a ladder followed by later squashing Ziggler in between the ladder before ripping the ladder in half...only for Kofi to later to try to use those pieces as stilts (I'm not making this up) & even throwing an open ladder out the ring with such force that it came close to hitting a fan in the front row. When it came to memorable spots & highlight reel moments, this wasn't the best Money In The Bank they've done but it delivered.
WrestleMania XXVI

Kane vs. Big Show vs. Matt Hardy vs. Christian vs. Kofi Kingston vs. Cody Rhodes vs. Drew McIntyre vs. Dolph Ziggler - As expected in a multi-man ladder match, this was full of crazy moments & spots such as everyone went after the two biggest threats in the match right from the start in Kane & Show, Christian hip tossing Dolph Ziggler off the top of a ladder, Cody shoving Christian off a ladder & having him take out Big Show in the process, the spanish commentary table not making it through the first match thanks to Kofi Kingston, and Big Show doing a big splash on top of a ladder...with Christian & Matt Hardy underneath it. Big Show had a chance early in the match to climb a normal ladder but ended up breaking one of the steps & ended up destroying more of them out of frustration so he eventually pulled out his special re-enforced ladder that was so large & heavy that it took him a while to just get it in the ring leaving room open for Cody to go after Show's injured leg before delivering a memorable dropkick onto Kofi Kingston who was climbing the ladder. This new ladder was so heavy that nobody else was able to move it when Show was on it until Kane was able to tip it over & toss Show to the outside where he was buried underneath every single ladder in sight by everyone else. Kane then went on a rampage taking out the other competitors one by one including ramming Cody Rhodes into the back of an armored truck & chokeslamming Kofi Kingston ontop of the ladders that Show was buried under on his way to becoming SmackDown's Mr. Money In The Bank. This match was the quality you would expect with Show's personal ladder being a nice addition to the match.
Money In The Bank '10

Evan Bourne vs. John Morrison vs. Randy Orton vs. Mark Henry vs. The Miz vs. Ted DiBiase vs. Chris Jericho vs. Edge - This match was different than the earlier ladder match in that it had more brawling in the match but still had various moments such as Mark Henry "parting the red sea" with two ladders, Maryse making an attempt to climb the ladder, John Morrison having an innovative way to get on the ladder to stop Edge & eventually getting trapped between an open ladder, Mark Henry delivering various World's Strongest Slams along with Randy Orton giving out RKO's out of nowhere, Henry dropping Miz on top a ladder...that was on top of Chris Jericho, Henry being taken out thanks to a series of signature moves, up to 5 men climbing up a ladder at once, Orton delivering an RKO right before being on the receiving end of Air Bourne, Edge's nasty fall off a ladder onto another open ladder...that was upside down, and the aftermath with the winner breaking character by getting real emotional.
Money In The Bank '10
[The Ladder Match 2: Crash & Burn]

Daniel Bryan vs. Sin Cara vs. Kane vs. Justin Gabriel vs. Heath Slater vs. Wade Barrett vs. Sheamus vs. Cody Rhodes - As expected in a multi-man ladder match, this was full of crazy moments & spots such as Daniel Bryan dropkicking Gabriel off the ladder, back to back to back to back top rope dives onto the outside, Sin Cara's unique version of a top rope superplex, Sheamus' powerbomb on Sin Cara through a ladder, the reunion of the Corre, Sheamus & Kane paying tribute to the Road Warriors, Slater being dead weight on top of a ladder before being swung off, Sheamus being chokeslammed on a wedged ladder...that didn't give, how Gabriel pulled off a 450 splash, Barrett delivering a Wasteland onto the floor, and Daniel Bryan showing he could put you in a submission from anywhere. This was the quality you would expect from a this type of ladder match.
Money In The Bank '11
[Superstar Collection: Daniel Bryan]

Rey Mysterio vs. Kofi Kingston vs. Alex Riley vs. Evan Bourne vs. The Miz vs. Jack Swagger vs. Alberto Del Rio vs. R-Truth - You knew exactly where this match was going when all of the competitors decided to grab a ladder & bring it into the ring with them during their entrance. Various highlights including everyone targeting Del Rio right from the start with their ladders to the point where he was buried underneath them & Mysterio being throwing on top of pile shortly afterwords, Kofi & Bourne fighting on top of a ladder that wasn't open before having a unique tug of war with it resulting in Rey using it as a springboard for a frakensteiner, R-Truth on the receiving end of a atomic drop that hurt every man watching, the highest "Air Bourne" you'll ever see, the dangerous way Miz fell off the ladder that I'm surprised didn't snap his knee in half, Mysterio & Bourne literally climbing over others to get to the case, Swagger taking a page out of Bryan's playbook earlier in the night by applying a submission from anywhere, the unique 619 Mysterio delivered using a ladder, everyone fighting for the case at once, and Swagger taking a nasty fall off the ladder. Although this match was different than the one earlier, it was still quality.
Money In The Bank '11

Santino Marella vs. Tyson Kidd vs. Christian vs. Sin Cara vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Damien Sandow vs. Tensai vs. Dolph Ziggler - As expected in a multi-man ladder match, this was full of crazy moments & spots such as Cody Rhodes backdropping Sin Cara who turned it mid-air into a dropkick on Dolph, Dolph taking very dangerous falls throughout the match including one with Sin Cara, Christian's top rope splash onto the ladder, the involvement of Vickie Guerrero, Tensai's domination, the innovative way Tyson Kidd knocked Dolph off a ladder, Sin Cara having a case of "deja vu", and Cody Rhodes being speared off a ladder. This was one of those ladder matches that was a stunt show with the crazy bumps & spots with the winner of the match reflecting the same feelings I had, "It's About Damn Time!"
Money In The Bank '12
[Blu-Ray Version of Best PPV Matches Of 2012]

John Cena vs. Chris Jericho vs. Big Show vs. Kane vs. The Miz - Just a few notes here in that this is the first MITB match were all men involved where former WWE Champions & with that stipulation, The Miz was able to make a surprise return earlier in the night & insert himself into this match. Big Show was dominate early causing him to be the odd men out with everyone working together against him from Cena's A.A. through a table followed by being buried underneath ladders. This match was less of a spotfest than we usually get this these matches but still had some entertaining moments like Cena's A.A. on Kane onto Miz who was laying on a ladder, Big Show destroying the ladder before bringing out his own personalized one, Jericho bring a chair into the match, and the fights at the top that still led to an entertaining match.
Money In The Bank '12

Damien Sandow vs. Cody Rhodes vs. Wade Barrett vs. Fandango vs. Jack Swagger vs. Antonio Cesaro vs. Dean Ambrose - While the WWE Title Money in The Bank match later in the night featured former WWE/World Champion "All-Stars", this match focused on superstars of the future that featured many stories & moments such as the tag teams of Rhodes Scholars & Real Americans working together only to eventually face off, ladders used as weapons various times such a Barrett using a piece of the ladder rung to beat on Sandow, multiple backdrops onto the ladder, Fandango's sunset flip off the top of the ladder, Dean Ambrose taking a page out of Terry Funk's playbook, the creative ways Ambrose & Swagger & Cesaro tried to grab the case, Cody Rhodes busted open, outside associates getting involved, and one partner double crossing another. This was the action expected from this match.
Money In The Bank '13

Randy Orton vs. C.M. Punk vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Sheamus vs. Christian vs. Rob Van Dam - This match was subtitled "All-Stars" with everyone in the match being former WWE/World Champions with each one having experience in Ladder Matches including a few past M.I.T.B. winners which told multiple stories such as the participants teaming up to take out who they felt were the biggest threats right off the bat, the face off between Punk & Bryan, RVD's dominance such as the Rolling Thunder on a ladder, Christian finding Hornswoggle's ladder, Sheamus' crash & burn fall, all 6 men on 2 ladders at the same time (as seen on the DVD cover), Sheamus hanging from the case, the return of the 5 Star Frog Splash...from the top of a ladder, Daniel Bryan having a moment of dominance, Sheamus breaking the ladder in half, a mid-air RKO, and the appearance of C.M. Punk's "associates." This was no different than the previous Money In The Bank match earlier in the night that you got all the action that you would expect from this match with multiple men telling multiple stories but I have to give extra credit to the M.V.P. of the match being Sheamus as he took the biggest & hardest bumps throughout the match.
Money In The Bank '13

(Blu-Ray) WWE Champion John Cena vs. Edge - John Cena was bloody & weakened from just surviving the Elimination Chamber match when Edge earned his nickname "The Ultimate Opportunist" as he cashed in his "Money In The Bank" at the right time.
New Year's Revolution '06
[Edge: Decade Of Decadence; O.M.G.: Top 50 Incidents; Satan's Prison: Elimination Chamber Anthology]

(Blu-Ray) WWE Champion John Cena vs. Rob Van Dam - Rob Van Dam came in to a hero's reception while Cena was booed out of the building to the point where the crowd showed that they refused to anything to do with him while you clearly saw the sign of "If Cena Wins, We Riot!" & the crowd being very vocal about his lack of wrestling ability & staleness. Both men hit some big moves in the first part of the match like the cradle suplex & a big sidekick & trading fist before taking the match to the outside with Cena dropping a top rope axe hammer to RVD on the outside only for RVD to respond with a moonsault press off the guardrail followed by fighting in the crowd. Both men began taking things to the extreme bringing a chair into the match for various offense like RVD's skateboard into the corner & Rolling Thunder on onto the chair while Cena used it for a DDT & catapulting RVD directly into it as they continued to trade momentum countering each other's offense with things starting to get more out of control with the referee getting too emotionally involved, steel steps & a table involved in the match, and men who had both issues & alliances with the participants getting involved as well. While this match is mostly remembered for the crowd reactions & the result, the match itself was really good as both men played off each other very well.
As a side note, some of the fans explicit chants have been edited such as the chants of "Same Old..." have been replaced with "You Can't Wrestle!"
ECW One Night Stand '06
[John Cena: My Life]

(Blu-Ray) World Champion Undertaker vs. Edge - Edge had defeated Mr. Kennedy to earn the case on RAW earlier in the week only to once again be "The Ultimate Opportunist" as he cashes in Money In The Bank after Undertaker was beaten & bloody after a cage match against Batista when another WWE superstar also decided to make an impact on his return.
"SmackDown" May '07
[Edge: Decade Of Decadence]

(Blu-Ray) World Champion Edge vs. C.M. Punk - Due to the effects of the Draft Lottery a week earlier, Jim Ross was giving his farewell speech to the RAW audience when Edge decided to interrupt him only for Batista to get revenge for Edge screwing him out of his World Championship match the night before leaving the door open for C.M. Punk to cash in.
"RAW" June '08

(Blu-Ray) World Champion Jeff Hardy vs. C.M. Punk - Jeff Hardy had just won the World Championship from Edge in a Ladder Match but was clearly showing signs of exhaustion during a post-match interview with Jim Ross when C.M. Punk did the same thing he did the year before & took advantage of his opportunity.
Extreme Rules '09
[History Of The World Heavyweight Championship]

(Blu-Ray) World Champion Chris Jericho vs. Jack Swagger - Chris Jericho was giving his victory speech for defeating Edge at WrestleMania when Edge came out to get revenge & attack Jericho's ribs he injured with a spear only for Jack Swagger to take advantage with the quickest "cash in" to date...
"SmackDown" Apr. '10
[Best Of SmackDown 2009-2010]

(Blu-Ray) World Champion Rey Mysterio vs. Kane - ...only for Kane to break that record months later as he won the SmackDown Money In The Bank Ladder Match earlier in the night while Mysterio had just defeated Jack Swagger only to be attacked post-match with Kane coming to his aid or so he thought.
Money In The Bank '10

(Blu-Ray) WWE Champion Randy Orton vs. The Miz - Randy Orton had just defeated Wade Barrett in a rematch from the previous night at Survivor Series but injured his knee before the match due to an attack by Nexus & showing effects of it afterwords when The Miz decided to cash in his title shot & keep watching as you also get exclusive post-match backstage footage.
"RAW" Nov. '11
[Best Of RAW 2010]

(Blu-Ray) WWE Champion C.M. Punk vs. Alberto Del Rio - Punk just defeated John Cena to become the Undisputed WWE Champion only to be powerbombed & laid out by Kevin Nash resulting in a taste of "karma" as Alberto Del Rio decided to cash in his case.
SummerSlam '11

(Blu-Ray) World Champion Big Show vs. Daniel Bryan - Big Show finally ended his 9 year streak of not being a world champion (5 years if you count the ECW Championship) defeating Mark Henry in a Chairs Match before Henry attacked him afterwords opening the door for Daniel Bryan to do the one thing that Big Show had been encouraging him to do for weeks & cash in his title shot resulting in the shortest World Title in history.
T.L.C. '11

(Blu-Ray) WWE Champion C.M. Punk vs. John Cena - Cena gave Punk notice to inform him that he was cashing in his title match the next week here in a match that went back & forth with both men trading momentum from time to time only for another man to make his presence known during the match resulting in an outcome that had never happen before with a Money In The Bank winner with the bigger story being how Punk not only reacted to what happened but what he did when another superstar came out to try & help the situation.
"RAW" July '12
[Top 100 Moments In RAW History]

(Blu-Ray) World Champion Alberto Del Rio vs. Dolph Ziggler - Alberto Del Rio just defeated Jack Swagger & Zeb Coulter in a handicap match but had his ankle heavily worked over throughout the entire match to the point where he wasn't able to stand which was the perfect opportunity for "The Show Off" to become "The Champion."
"RAW" Apr. '13

As I stated earlier, this concept has led to some of the best matches in WWE & beyond while the "cash in's" have met to some memorable moments so those who love this type of matches with big bumps & car crash violence with the only negative I can say is that it got real annoying after a while to hear Miz somehow keep putting himself towards the end but I still highly recommend this set.
5.0 out of 5 stars blu-ray dvd 6 Jun 2014
By Norman - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
wwe: straight to the top ladder match is awesome great matches from psst and present super stars. i recommend ita great buy.
5.0 out of 5 stars ladder matches rule! 17 May 2014
By Edwin - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
Shipped fast. Great item. Ladder matches are awesome and there are some great spots. Totally worth it. If you enjoy ladder matches, it's a must have
5.0 out of 5 stars Money in the Bank 4 Feb 2014
By -DG - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
Possibly, aside from the Elimination Chamber, one of the best match concepts WWE has going for it. I assume with the new unified title, a possible IC title contract will be added in 2014.
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