Benjamin participated in several of the contests, often performing awe-inspiring moves that would end up being the highlight of the match. When speaking to Sean Waltman on a recent episode of X-Pac 12360, Shelton opened up about who came up with the spots for him to do.
That was completely accidental. The first year I was the new guy, everyone else pretty established. When we finally put the match together I didn't know how anything would go. I was actually late to the meeting because I was doing the video game tournament. So, when the tournament was over, I had to go meet with all the guys.By the time I got there, they had all these ideas and it was all back to back. Edge and Chris Jericho would come up to me and say "Hey Shelton if I hold a ladder like this could you do this?" I go.....yeah. "Like you sure?" ...yeah. "Can you show me?" Nailed it no problem. Edge comes up and says "Hey Shelton if you do this, can I do this?" It was them going back and forth. They (Edge & Chris Jericho) were thinking of the craziest ideas & I was just going....yeah
Benjamin would end up competing in five Money in the Bank Ladder matches in his career before being released by WWE in 2010.
You can hear the full interview with Benjamin at this link.