Sami Zayn

A Fifth Competitor Qualifies For The WWE Men’s Money In The Bank Match

Sami Zayn will compete in WWE Money In The Bank. Sami Zayn defeated Shinsuke Nakamura on the 6/24 episode of WWE SmackDown to qualify for the 2022 Men’s Money In The Bank ladder match. Zayn took the victory after nailing Nakamura with his patented Helluva Kick. Zayn will compete in the Money In The Bank match for the third time, having previously competed in the 2016 and 2017 editions.

The men’s Money In The Bank ladder match debuted at WrestleMania 21 in 2005 and would become a staple of WrestleMania before it became its own pay-per-view event in 2010. WWE Hall of Famers Edge and Rob Van Dam have won the match, as have Mr. Kennedy, CM Punk, Jack Swagger, Kane, The Miz, Daniel Bryan, Alberto Del Rio, Dolph Ziggler, John Cena, Damien Sandow, Randy Orton, Seth Rollins, Sheamus, Dean Ambrose, Baron Corbin, Braun Strowman, Brock Lesnar, Otis, and, most recently, Big E.

WWE Money In The Bank Tickets

After tickets were announced, the upcoming WWE Money In The Bank 2022 premium live event has officially sold out, with WWE hoping a crowd of around 12,000 people. The show will take place on Saturday, July 2nd at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas, and tickets have already sold out, according to a source. The preorders sold 9,000 tickets, with the public sale assisting to shift the remaining WWE Universe tickets.

WWE’s Money In The Bank premium big event actually changed venue, as it was originally scheduled to take place at Allegiant Stadium. The firm had Cody Rhodes do a commercial for it in the stadium, which aired on WWE television, but that was then shifted to the MGM Grand Arena, with WWE labelling it as an intimate venue. 

Fan base who had previously purchased tickets for the earlier venue were given priority when purchasing them again, as well as a fully automated refund for their first purchase. According to the source, even though the company had not sold out Allegiant Stadium, there were more tickets sold for Allegiant than for the sold-out MGM Grand. Before the event’s new location, WWE had moved 16,826 tickets.


Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.