WWE | Raw | Smackdown| Superstars who should not win money in the bank briefcase

Money in the Bank PPV has just left it for only a few hours, in such a situation, it is imperative to increase impatience on this PPV of fancy. WWE has booked several major matches for this PPV. Which include Mans Money in the Bank and Women’s Money in the Bank Competition. Apart from this, this PPV will compete for several titles of Raw and SmackDown.

The most special match on PPV is Money Money in the Bank, although there are many big matches on PPV fans are waiting for the most in the match Money in the Bank ladder match. It would be interesting to see which superstar wins this time Money in the Bank Briefcase. There have been many superstars in the money-in-the-bank encounter before that which did not make any special use after winning a briefcase.

In this episode, we will talk about those 3 Superstars, who should not win Money in the Bank Briefcase.


Between 2010 and 2012, Shamas’ journey in the WWE was great. By the year 2015, however, he had moved far away from the main event. In 2015, money was won in the bank by the shamas but their victory was in vain.

In this match Roman romance was also included, and there was no trick to win Shams’ Money in the Bank Briefcase by siding the Roman Rena. In addition, Shams won the World title on the Survivor Series but soon lost it.

Baron Corbin

Baron Corbin, who lost his identity on the main roster, got the chance last year at Money in the Bank, which he had been waiting for a long time. But it was his misfortune that he could not take advantage of winning Money in the Bank Briefcase.

Baron Corbin Money In The Bank failed to cash in with Briefcases, and the push that they got after winning Money in the Bank Briefcases did not help. We think if this WWE plan was already in place that Baron Briefcase would have failed to cash in, then he should have given chance to some other superstars instead of Baron.

There is no doubt that for the past decade, John Cena is one of WWE’s biggest superstars. In the history of professional wrestling, John Cena is a 16-time world champion.

Cena named Money in the Bank Briefcases in 2012, but it was the most incorrect decision of WWE because WWE could give a new superstar a chance to move forward because winning Cena’s brief faces did not help him.