The Edge and Christian Show – Episode 11 ‘Feelin’ So Scratchy’ Captures

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The Edge and Christian Show – Episode 10 ‘Addicted To The Shindig’ Captures

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The Edge and Christian Show – Episode 9 ‘If It Tastes Like Sushi’ Captures

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The Edge and Christian Show – Episode 8 ‘Old School’ Captures

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WWE.com: 25 Greatest Matches In WrestleMania History

#22. Money in the Bank Ladder Match — WrestleMania 21

Ladder Matches on The Grandest Stage of Them All tend to be great — no surprise there’s a bevy of them on this list — so the inaugural Money in the Bank Ladder Match, with its novel, game changing stipulation and can’t miss lineup of topflight athletes, Evel Knievels and a real-life monster, was bound to be excellent.

The second bout at WrestleMania 21 played out like a Michael Bay trailer with exploding robots replaced by guys like Christian and Kane. Fifteen minutes of gratuitous carnage led to Edge coming out on top — setting in motion what would become a defining run as a villain — but it was Shelton Benjamin who stole the show (and defied physics) by running up a diagonal ladder to deliver a diving clothesline to Jericho. This was the sports-entertainment equivalent of a Hollywood summer blockbuster. No wonder it spawned so many sequels. — RYAN MURPHY

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