Results of the 13th Annual Money in the Bank 2022 held in Los Angeles
The event took place on July 2, 2022, i.e. on Saturday. It took place at the famous Arena Garden, in Las Vegas. However, previously it was supposed to take place at the Allegiant Stadium. It created a big buzz among its fans and was ranked among the top five events in the MITB Championships. The other four best MITB were WrestleMania, Survivor Series, Summer Slam and Royal Rumble.
The end of MITB was fascinating as Austin Theory worked its way up to get the briefcase. He won the match, even though he was not one of the starting participants. His name was added to the list before the game officially started. To everyone’s surprise, he collected the briefcase and won the game. An hour before his big win, he lost the United States Championship to Lashley. However, his loss was entirely overshadowed by his big win. He became the champion and star of WWE.
In the ladder match for women, Liv Morgan shows great performance. She also rose through the ranks to get her winning suitcase and become the star of the WWE Championship. Just an hour after being champion, she defeated R. Rousey and also cashed in her winnings to become the ultimate Women’s Smackdown Champion.
Additionally, R. Rousy defeated Natalya to preserve her Smackdown Women’s Championship. Finally, there was a small argument about Montez’s shoulder, while pinned, not touching the mat.
The game was so exciting that viewers kept cheering their feet on during the game. Without a doubt, the 13th edition of MITB created history in the WWE Championships.
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