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WWE Event 2022

When it comes to the annual WWE events, Money in the Bank is one of the shows that fans look forward to the most. The men’s and women’s Money in the Bank ladder bouts are the main events of the PPV, and the winners of those matches will get a one-year contract for a title opportunity.

WWE Money in the Bank began at 8 p.m. ET and was streamed live on Peacock following a pre-show one hour earlier. MGM Grand Garden Arena hosted Money in the Bank 2022 on Saturday night following the shift from the larger Allegiant Stadium.

On the evening of Saturday, July 1st, the event featured four title fights, in addition to the Money in the Bank ladder matchups for both men and women. Two of the women: Ronda Rousey of SmackDown and Bianca Belair of Raw, were pitted against each other to defend their respective titles.

Money in the Bank was supposed to launch Cody Rhodes’ road to the WWE Universal Title. Rhodes was expected to win the men’s ladder battle and set up a fight with Roman Reigns, but he underwent surgery for a damaged pectoral muscle. Working through a torn pec to perform a fantastic Hell in a Cell match against Seth Rollins will define Rhodes’ career, and it has only fueled anticipation for when he can return and go after the world title again.

Rollins is one of seven guys in the Money in the Bank ladder match and a leading candidate to win. He’s doing well in the ring and as a heel in WWE. After three straight losses to Rhodes, Money in the Bank provides Rollins a chance at revenge. In the story, Rollins caused Rhodes’ injury and made it worse with a sledgehammer attack. He can win Money in the Bank after harming a rival.

In the event, our IPS teams worked closely with the event coordinator and the facility manager to implement a well-thought-out strategy. There were pre-event briefings that included a wide range of topics, including crowd control, access control, communication devices, VIP protection, traffic control, emergency medical operations, evacuations, fire prevention, terrorist/bomb threats, hazardous materials, and permanent security posts.

For athletes, schools, teams, venues, arenas, and more, we provide sporting event security.

If you have any questions or would like to set up an appointment to discuss sporting event security, please contact us at (877) 203-4619.

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WWE Event 2022

When it comes to the annual WWE events, Money in the Bank is one of the shows that fans look forward to the most. The men’s and women’s Money in the Bank ladder bouts are the main events of the PPV, and the winners of those matches will get a one-year contract for a title opportunity.

WWE Money in the Bank began at 8 p.m. ET and was streamed live on Peacock following a pre-show one hour earlier. MGM Grand Garden Arena hosted Money in the Bank 2022 on Saturday night following the shift from the larger Allegiant Stadium.

On the evening of Saturday, July 1st, the event featured four title fights, in addition to the Money in the Bank ladder matchups for both men and women. Two of the women: Ronda Rousey of SmackDown and Bianca Belair of Raw, were pitted against each other to defend their respective titles.

Money in the Bank was supposed to launch Cody Rhodes’ road to the WWE Universal Title. Rhodes was expected to win the men’s ladder battle and set up a fight with Roman Reigns, but he underwent surgery for a damaged pectoral muscle. Working through a torn pec to perform a fantastic Hell in a Cell match against Seth Rollins will define Rhodes’ career, and it has only fueled anticipation for when he can return and go after the world title again.

Rollins is one of seven guys in the Money in the Bank ladder match and a leading candidate to win. He’s doing well in the ring and as a heel in WWE. After three straight losses to Rhodes, Money in the Bank provides Rollins a chance at revenge. In the story, Rollins caused Rhodes’ injury and made it worse with a sledgehammer attack. He can win Money in the Bank after harming a rival.

In the event, our IPS teams worked closely with the event coordinator and the facility manager to implement a well-thought-out strategy. There were pre-event briefings that included a wide range of topics, including crowd control, access control, communication devices, VIP protection, traffic control, emergency medical operations, evacuations, fire prevention, terrorist/bomb threats, hazardous materials, and permanent security posts.

For athletes, schools, teams, venues, arenas, and more, we provide sporting event security.

If you have any questions or would like to set up an appointment to discuss sporting event security, please contact us at (877) 203-4619.

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