There are several days to go and there is great anticipation for the next Pay Per View of Money in the Bank. The 2022 edition event will be held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada on Saturday, July 2nd. At the moment the company's plans are still unknown and we do not know who will be part of the two Money in the Bank matches.
Actually, as far as the men's show is concerned, tonight at RAW The Visionary Seth Rollins defeated AJ Styles and earned the top spot to take part in the event. The situation, as we have already said, is still on the high seas and the names of the participants are not known.
MVP spoke to the RAW Talk microphones about the Money in the Bank briefcase, clarifying who, in his opinion, will be the winner. Here are his words: "From now on we have to focus on the important things and certainly the most important thing currently is Money in the Bank and the briefcase that the winner will take home.
Omos is very tall, when he was little he played basketball and his height is a quality not just. I think he just needs to jump a few inches and eventually he'll be able to take the briefcase home. In this way the contract to become the champions of the future will be ours."
Backstage news on MVP
Recently Omos talked about this collaboration with MVP and the wrestler told The Bump: "As MVP already said, man. This is the mental aspect of the game. He is showing me what it takes to become a true superstar.
The Colossus. The one that pulls the strings of the WWE Universe. There is where MVP is taking me. Absolutely. Without a shadow of a doubt." During the last episode of RAW MVP he participated in a Singles match against Cedric Alexander, his former partner in the Hurt Business.
The wrestler won without worries, obviously with the help of his trust at ringside. Omos, this time not a competitor At the end of the match Omos then attacked poor Cedric. MVP and Jericho worked together in WWE. In 2009, MVP teamed up with Mark Henry against Jericho & Big Show (then known as Jeri-Show) for the tag team titles.
Currently, MVP is managing Omos and faced Bobby Lashley in a handicap match at Hell in a Cell. According to a report by Wrestling Observer, MVP and Jericho had a falling out during the AEW Double or Nothing weekend. Both men recently crossed paths at a hotel in Houston in May, where MVP was visiting Matt Hardy.