It’s here, it’s finally here: WWE‘s Money in the Bank 2022 is upon us.

Though it may not get the same hype as, say, WrestleMania or SummerSlam, Money in the Bank is one of the more consequential premium live events of the WWE calendar year, as the show’s namesake ladder match presents two wrestlers, one male, and one female, with a chance to insert themselves into any match no matter how far along into the goings-on it may be, to take a shot at a championship belt.

With an 80-plus percent conversion rate, according to Michael Cole and company on television commentary, the winner of the match has arguably the best opportunity of anyone in the greater WWE Universe to steal away a championship title from one of its holders, which, considering Roman Reigns holds both of the company’s top titles, is still a pretty massive undertaking.

So, with the Men’s Ladder Match almost here, broadcast live on Peacock from beautiful Las Vegas, Nevada, why not take a look at whether or not all seven participants have taken part in the match before and how they’ve fared in the most consequential ladder match of the year.

How has each male participant fared in WWE’s Money in the Bank?

Madcap Moss 0-0

Madcap Moss has never been in a Money in the Bank match or a ladder match in general, at least according to Cagematch. While that’s about to change, as Moss is booked for the show in his former friend Happy Corbin’s favorite city, he’s probably the least likely winner on this year’s card.

Omos 0-0

Unlike Madcap Moss, Omos has actually wrestled on a Money in the Bank premium live event, however, it came in a tag bout alongside A.J. Styles, when the duo were the Raw Tag Team Champions and took care of the Viking Raiders in a fun bout in Fort Worth, Texas. Still, anytime a 7-foot-3 man is in a match requiring going up high and reaching for things, he has to be considered a legitimate challenger for the briefcase, as he just doesn’t have as far to go to reach it as his fellow participants do.

Riddle 0-1

Riddle has entered one Money in the Bank ladder match so far in his WWE career and while he didn’t win it, this year’s match in particular means a whole lot more than most, as if he doesn’t win it, his path to challenging Roman Reigns for the WWE Undisputed Universal Championship is all but closed, at least until MitB 2022, when “The Head of the Table” may still be the champion. In this writer’s humble opinion, Riddle is the performer to watch, as his reasons for winning are by far the most compelling.

Sami Zayn 0-2

Sami Zayn has wrestled in 11 ladder matches over his professional wrestling career for promotions like MWF, ROH, PWG, and Union Pro and has even won a few championships – the Intercontinental Title and the PWG World Title – with a ladder assembled in the center of a ring but to this point, he’s yet to secure a win at Money in the Bank despite taking part in the match twice. Still, if Zayn wants to defend Roman Reigns’ honor, he’d better hope this outcome is different, as the Honorary Uce can single-handedly thwart any MitB cash-ins over the next year with a win at the event.

Sheamus 1-2

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Sheamus is the first performer on this list to actually win a Money in the Bank ladder match when, back in 2015, he defeated Dolph Ziggler, Kane, Kofi Kingston, Neville, Randy Orton, and Roman Reigns to secure the briefcase. He then cashed it in on Reigns at Survivor Series 2015 where, moments after Reigns won the title from Dean Ambrose, Sheamus took to the ring, handed over the briefcase, and started a 22-day reign that was eventually thwarted by Roman live from the Wells Fargo Center. Considering Reigns will once again be the champion this time around, no one is better prepared for this opportunity than Sheamus.

Drew McIntyre 0-4

While Drew McIntyre is more well known for being cashed in on with the Money in the Bank briefcase than for his own efforts in the ladder match, McIntyre has taken part in the match on four different occasions and has a 0-4 record in the event. Is Drew due? Did his embarrassment at the hands of The Miz earn him some karma in a MitB ring, or will his feud with Sheamus get in the way? We will soon see.

Seth Rollins 1-1

Seth Rollins might just be the owner of the most noteworthy Money in the Bank cash-in of all time when he cashed in his briefcase on fellow Shield member Roman Reigns in the middle of his absolute war with Brock Lesner, so any time he gets into the match, he has to be considered a favorite to secure the win. Outside of Money in the Bank the match, in which Rollins has a 1-1 record according to Cagematch, the man formerly known as Tyler Black has wrestled in 15 ladder matches in his career and even lost his world title to other fellow Shield member, Dean Ambrose, in one back at TLC 2018.