The Last Three WWE Wrestlers to Win Money in the Bank Ladder Match

Published 07/15/2021, 1:52 AM EDT


In the last three decades, WrestleMania has blessed the WWE universe with some iconic games since the 1990s. But one particular standout event that gained traction over the years, is the WWE Money in the Bank ladder match.

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The format is a big hit amongst WWE aficionados right from its debut in WrestleMania 21 on April 2005. It went on to feature for the next five consecutive editions of WrestleMania. The format was originally introduced by now-retired WWE superstar, Chris Jericho.

This year’s WWE Money in the Bank will be held on July 18, at Fort Worth, Texas’s Dickies Arena. The men’s match will feature Riddle, Drew McIntyre, Ricochet, John Morrison, Big E, Kevin Owens, Shinsuke Nakamura, and Seth Rollins. While the women’s match will see Asuka defend her title against Liv Morgan, Zelina Vega, Natalya, Naomi, Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross.

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Who are the last three winners of WWE Money in the Bank?

Ahead of this year’s premier showdown, we’ll revisit the last three wrestlers to win the WWE Money in the Bank ladder match. The last male to win the event was Nikola Bogojevic aka Otis. He beat AJ Styles, Aleister Black, Daniel Bryan, King Corbin, and Rey Mysterio, to win the World Championship match in 2020. He has held on to the title for 168 days.

After that, we have WWE Diva Asuka who won the Raw’s Women Championship by defeating Brooke, Lacey Evans, Nia Jax, and Shayna Baszler in 2020. She will have the opportunity to repeat that feat this month when she enters the ring again.

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But the 3rd (and possibly surprising) person to win a WWE Money in the Bank ladder match was the legendary, Brock Lesnar. The veteran WWE star defeated Corbin, Drew McIntyre, Finn Bálor, Ricochet and the notorious Randy Orton to win the title in 2019. Lesnar held the title for 56 days.

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