WWE Money in the Bank 2017: Ranking All Previous Cash-ins

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There is nothing more exciting than when a Superstar cashes in his Money in the Bank briefcase for a world championship opportunity.

When a Superstar climbs that ladder and retrieves that Money in the Bank briefcase, they gain the opportunity to cash in an opportunity to face a world champion at any time.

Some devious and cunning heels may wait for the champion to be battered after a match to cash in and take advantage of the champ, while some stand up faces use their opportunity to book a scheduled and fair match with the world champion. Superstars can even cash in their opportunity to inject themselves into an already ongoing match.

All of these unpredictable possibilities that can occur with the briefcase at any time while it’s in a Superstar’s possession is what makes Mr. Money in the Bank so exciting and interesting, and even with all of these advantages, gold is never guaranteed.

That is why when a Superstar finally does cash in their Money in the Bank briefcase, a memorable moment is born and the crowd typically goes crazy. However, cash-ins don’t always go as some may hope.

Some are exciting, and some are disappointing. So, I’ve decided to lay out the best cash-ins, the worst cash-ins, and all of the cash-ins in between as I rank all 17 Money in the Bank cash-ins in WWE history.