Update: WWE has now confirmed Brad Shepard’s report.

Original: Vince McMahon’s company has a lot of plans for the rest of 2022, and one big show might see a substantial change. Money in the Bank is highly anticipated, but that might not have driven a ton of fans to the box office.

WWE announced that their July 2nd event will take place in Las Vegas’ Allegiant Stadium. It turns out that tickets aren’t selling as well as they would have liked. This has reportedly led to WWE making a change for Money in the Bank.

According to Brad Shepard, WWE is planning to move the Money in the Bank location to another venue in Las Vegas. It was not noted that the date will change, but the venue is reportedly getting swapped out.

On May 19th, I broke the news on the Brad Shepard UNLEASHED Patreon that #WWE was considering moving to a different venue for Money In The Bank due to poor ticket sales.

I have now confirmed they have officially decided to change the venue to MGM and it will be announced soon.

We will have to see when WWE announces this venue change for Money in the Bank. It would be a big deal since WWE touted so many stadium shows. Still, they also don’t want to book a massive venue when they haven’t sold enough tickets to warrant it.

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