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5 Most Unsuccessful Superstars In WWE Money In The Bank Ladder Match History

Across the 24 different Money in the Bank ladder matches held over the last 15 years, 22 different winners have emerged. That makes for 56 wrestlers who've never known the glory of winning the special briefcase...

WWE Money in the Bank - where future World champions ascend toward greater days, and where the rest of the field is left eating the dirt. Ladder matches with six or eight participants produce one winner and, well, five or seven losers - it's just how the system works. Across the 24 different sanctioned Money in the Bank ladder matches that have been held over the last 15 years (23 official and one "do-over"), 22 different winners have emerged. That makes for 56 wrestlers who've never known the glory of winning the special briefcase.

Of those 56, you've got a few "one-time" entrants, like Ric Flair, Roman Reigns, Sasha Banks, and AJ Styles, but there have certainly been those who've tried and tried again, only to hear somebody else's music blaring while they're sprawled out among the twisted metal. Not everyone can win Money in the Bank, and these wrestlers are the greatest proof of that fact.

Listed here are the superstars with the worst records in Money in the Bank ladder matches, the "exceptionally winless" of the group.

5. Natalya, Cody Rhodes, And Matt Hardy (0-4)

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The 2020 event is truly historic, as it marks the first time a women's Money in the Bank ladder match takes place without Natalya. A trusted veteran, The Anvil's daughter made for a good ring general in these matches, helping to keep the structure in place.

As for current AEW stars Rhodes and Hardy, you could say the same for them - smart generals that help hold the matches together. Rhodes would later insist that there were plans for him to win the World Heavyweight title briefcase in 2012, but Dolph Ziggler got it instead.

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Written by Justin Henry

In addition to writing lists and commentaries for Cultaholic, Justin is also a features writer and interviewer for Fighting Spirit Magazine, and is co-author of the WWE-related book Titan Screwed: Lost Smiles, Stunners, and Screwjobs.