WWE: Top 5 Money in the Bank cash-ins (1)

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It's official, Seth Rollins is the 2014 Mr Money in the Bank, to many people this means he holds a briefcase and cashes it in when he feels apt.

To others he is about to join a list of some of the greatest superstars and the expectation is enormous!

There have been fourteen Money in the Bank cash-ins since the ladder match was invented back at Wrestlemania 21 in 2005 and here are the top five:

5 - Randy Orton cashes in on Daniel Bryan - Summerslam 2013

Think of Summerslam last year and Randy Orton will be the person you think of.

The WWE Universe was tricked, Daniel Bryan had legitimately defeated John Cena with Triple H as the special guest referee and was about to raise the belt for the first time.

He had overcome the odds and would now finally be able to call himself the WWE Champion despite Vince McMahon being completely against him.

Triple H had helped him make it this far and fought for him against his father-in-law but what happened next was one of the biggest shocks of 2013.

John had left the ring and WWE to go and have surgery on a massive growth on his elbow and Daniel Bryan was set to have the torch passed onto him until John's return, this wasn't to be because Triple H decided to turn against Daniel Bryan.

In one swift movement, Randy Orton's music hit and Bryan looked ready to greet him in the ring despite the hard fought match he had just been involved in, but Triple H grabbed Bryan and hit the pedigree before Randy then handed him the briefcase, he then cashed it in and lifted a title that was never truly his.

Bryan would have to rage against the machine for almost a year after this but he finally raised the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at Wrestlemania 30!


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