WWE Money In The Bank Winners, Cash In List

Men's

2005: Edge cashed in after 280 days to win the WWE Title

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2006: Rob Van Dam cashed in after 70 days to win the WWE Title

2007: Mr. Kennedy won, but lost the contract to Edge. Edge cashed in after one day to win the World Heavyweight Championship.

2008: CM Punk cashed in after 92 days to win the World Heavyweight Championship

2009: CM Punk cashed in after 63 days to win the World Heavyweight Championship

2010 Mania: Jack Swagger cashed in after 2 days to win the World Heavyweight Championship

2010 SD: Kane cashed in after 49 minutes to win the World Heavyweight Championship

2010 Raw: The Miz cashed in after 127 days to win the WWE Title

2011 SD: Daniel Bryan cashed in after 154 days to win the World Heavyweight Championship

2011 Raw: Alberto Del Rio cashed in after 28 days to win the WWE Title

2012 World Heavyweight Title: Dolph Ziggler cashed in after 267 days to win the World Heavyweight Championship

2012 WWE: John Cena cashed in after 8 days, losing his match.

2013 World Heavyweight Title: Damien Sandow cashed in after 106 days, losing his match

2013 WWE: Randy Orton cashed in after 35 days to win the WWE Title

2014: Seth Rollins cashed in after 273 days to win the WWE World Heavyweight Title

2015: Sheamus cashed in after 161 days to win the WWE World Heavyweight Title

2016: Dean Ambrose cashed in after 57 minutes to win the WWE World Heavyweight Title

2017: Baron Corbin cashed in after 58 days, losing his match.

2018: Braun Strowman cashed in after 70 days, losing his match

2019: Brock Lesnar cashed in after 56 days, winning the WWE Universal Title

2020: Otis won

Women's Money In The Bank

2017: Carmella won, then won a re-match. She cashed in after 287 days to win the Smackdown Women's Championship

2018: Alexa Bliss cashed in after 2 hours 52 minutes to win the Raw Women's Championship

2019: Bayley cashed in after 1 hour 25 minutes to win the Raw Women's Championship

2020: Asuka never cashed in, but was awarded the Raw Women's Championship one night after the match aired.

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