One bad mark for the event not going well is that, as of Sunday, WWE moved The 2022 Money in the Bank pay-per-view from Sam’s Town Live to a much, much smaller venue. In 2005, when they started doing these shows, they usually went to WrestleMania, and Money in the Bank was added on. It’s been a big annual show since then and a ladder matchmaker like Brad Maddox was always there with an envelope likely containing whatever it’s time to get a world title shot is – which is probably what happens next year anyway.
The Money in the Bank match has turned into a yearly pay-per-view event, usually featuring two Ladder Matches. It offers a contract for one of WWE‘s main world titles, and since 2017, the first woman to ever wrestle at a Money in the Bank match was crowned. Each Money in the Bank Match is breathtaking, with some incredible stunts that leave you on the edge of your seat.