Money in the Bank 2022

Update On The WWE Money in the Bank 2022 New Location 

Money In The Bank 2023 will take place on Saturday, July 1 at the O2 Arena in London, England, as was announced last week. The show will be broadcast internationally for the first time ever. Some backstage information about the venue has been released by the source. According to one source, they consider the O2 Arena to be the “Madison Square Garden of England” and that it is a location they would like to visit.

Another WWE insider claimed that “running a show of this magnitude” contributes to establishing Money In The Bank as one of the biggest events in the company. According to reports, they were told that changing the location of the event was never strongly contemplated and that no booking plans have yet been set. According to the report, choosing the venue, date, and location wasn’t solely up to WWE co-CEO Nick Khan’s ideas.

Dates and locations for WWE in 2022 that proved successful are credited to Khan. The location of Money In The Bank last year was moved from Las Vegas, Nevada’s Allegiant Stadium, to the MGM Grand Arena, a more intimate setting. Speaking of last year, Austin Theory won the Men’s Money in the Bank match and Liv Morgan won the Women’s Money in the Bank match.

2023 Money in the Bank

WWE announced on Twitter that the 2023 Money in the Bank event would take place on July 1 at The O2 Arena. Since the premium live event Clash at the Castle last year, the Stamford-based company has not visited the UK. At the Clash at the Castle event in Cardiff, Wales, last year, WWE provided its UK fanbase with a number of high-profile matches. At the prestigious live event, Roman Reigns and Drew McIntyre faced off for the undisputed WWE Universal Championship.

Veteran boxer Tyson Fury participated in the show as well. One of the biggest highlights of a busy evening in the UK was the Intercontinental Championship match between Gunther and Sheamus. Austin Theory triumphed in the Men’s Ladder Match at the MITB premium live event last year. Liv Morgan defeated Ronda Rousey on the same night that she won the Women’s Ladder Match, cashing in on her briefcase.


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