The Money in the Bank ladder match first debuted at WrestleMania 21, and the match has since gone on to become a mainstay on WWE programming as it’s now its own pay-per-view.

The Money in the Bank pay-per-view aired live on Sunday night, and during the show Michael Cole claimed that Edge invented the match. The comment caught the attention of Chris Jericho who took to Twitter to remind fans that he and Brian Gewirtz came up with the concept when he posted the following:

“True story!!! @bfg728 and I came up with that entire match concept. Well almost all of it… @VinceMcMahon insisted that the contract be in a briefcase.”

Former WWE writer Brian Gewirtz also commented on the match and noted that originally the concept was pitched as a Hollywood Dream match. Gewirtz noted that one example was RVD declaring his dream of bringing ECW back, and that other potential dreams were discussed.

“16 years ago this was originally conceived as a 1-time only “Hollywood Dream” match with RVD climbing a ladder, grabbing a contract & declaring his dream was to bring back ECW. I think we had potential “dreams” for everyone. Wish I remembered them. Anyway, happy & safe #MITB!”

This year Nikki A.S.H. won the women’s MITB match while Big E won the men’s MITB match. Edge of course won the first ever Money in the Bank match at WrestleMania 21 and famously went on to cash in on John Cena at New Year’s Revolution in 2006.