Bank Ladder Match

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Shelton Benjamin - Professional Wrestling Career - World Wrestling Federation / Entertainment - The Gold Standard (2007–2010)
... then qualified for the Royal Rumble match and won an over the top rope preview ... Benjamin appeared in the Rumble match, entering at number 17, but was eliminated by Shawn Michaels ... February 22 episode of SmackDown!, Benjamin defeated Jimmy Wang Yang in a qualifying match for the Money in the Bank ladder match at WrestleMania XXIV, which was won ...
WrestleMania - History - 2000s
... WrestleMania 2000 featured the first ever Triangle Ladder match for the WWF Tag Team Championship, involving the Hardy Boyz, the Dudley Boyz and Edge and Christian ... Triple H successfully defending his title in a fatal four way match against three challengers The Rock, The Big Show and Mick Foley ... This match was billed as having 'a McMahon in every corner' as Triple H was accompanied by Stephanie McMahon, The Rock by Vince McMahon, The Big Show by Shane McMahon and ...
Money In The Bank Ladder Match
... The Money in the Bank ladder match is a professional wrestling ladder match held by WWE ... The match can feature anywhere from five to ten participants from any WWE brand, with the objective being to retrieve a briefcase that is suspended 20 feet above the ring ... The briefcase contains a contract that guarantees a match for one of WWE's world titles, which include the WWE Championship and the World Heavyweight Championship ...
Money In The Bank Ladder Match - History - 2012
... For the second straight year, a Money in the Bank ladder match didn't take place at WrestleMania ... But a third Money in the Bank pay-per-view took place on July 15, 2012 at the US Airways Center in Phoenix, Arizona ... There were the usual two Money in the Bank ladder matches however, the matches were no longer separated by brands (RAW and SmackDown) ...

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