WWE Possibly Moving Locations for Money in the Bank

WWE could potentially relocate their money in the bank premium live event to Las Vegas, Nevada. Poor ticket sales were cited as the main reason for the decision.

The company originally announced the event would be held at Allegiant Stadium, but today’s reports suggest the company will be moving the show to a much smaller venue.

According to Brad Shepard, WWE Money in the Bank will be moving to MGM Arena. The 30-year-old arena last hosted wrestling in 2019 with All Elite Wrestling’s Double or Nothing event. The reason, according to Shepard, is the disappointing ticket sales.

“On May 19th, I broke the news on Brad Shepard UNLEASHED Patreon that due to poor ticket sales, #WWE is considering moving to a different location for Money In The Bank…I have now confirmed that they have officially made the decision to move.” changing venue at MGM and will be announced shortly.” -Brad Shepard, Twitter

On May 19th I broke the news on the Brad Shepard UNLEASHED Patreon #WWE was considering moving to a different venue for Money In The Bank due to poor ticket sales. I have now confirmed that they have officially decided to change the venue to MGM and this will be announced soon.

Allegiant Stadium, home of the Las Vegas Raiders, has a maximum capacity of about 70,000, while the MGM Arena only holds about 17,000. Allegiant Stadium hosted the SummerSlam event last year, which saw 51,326 WWE fans turn out for the blockbuster event.

As of this writing, neither WWE nor any of the venues have confirmed these reports.

Has WWE Changed the Rules for Money in the Bank Ladder Matches?

When WWE first promoted Money in the Bank last month, the company inadvertently created a lot of confusion around the fan-favorite event. The ads featured Cody Rhodes dropping the line, “One lucky male or female Superstar will win a chance to celebrate WrestleMania in the main event.” This statement appeared to reflect a significant departure from the original concept of the popular gimmick match.

The traditional rules for the game state that the winner of one of the ranked games can redeem their guaranteed championship game whenever they wish for up to a year.

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However, WWE purists can breathe a sigh of relief. Recent reports say the awkward wording in Cody Rhodes’ promo doesn’t mean the rules for the fight are changing. This statement was shared by Steve Carrier, whose source was an “employee member of the WWE creative team”:

“We were able to confirm a major point of confusion. A longtime member of the WWE creative team confirmed to us that the winner of the MITB is not destined for a Mania match and no one knows why that is being said. It was addressed. Writers and producers were also confused,” Carrier wrote.

Are you looking forward to Money in the Bank? Who do you think will win the MITB briefcase? Let us know your thoughts and predictions in the comments section below!

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