by Ryan Satin
FOX Sports WWE Analyst
Liv Morgan rose to the top WWE At Money in the Bank ’22 after cashing the newly won title contract Ronda Rossi.
Here is a brief summary of the results of the show’s matches:
– Liv Morgan defeated Lacey Evans, Alexa Bliss, Raquel Rodriguez, Asuka, Schutzi, and Becky Lynch to win the Women’s Money in the Bank contract
– Bobby Lashley defeated Theory by surrendering to become the new United States Champion
– Bianca Belair defeated Carmella by pin after hitting KOD
– Jimmy Uso and Ji Uso defeated Montez Ford of The Street Profits and Angelo Dawkins to retain the undisputed tag team titles
Ronda Rousey defeated Natalya to retain the SmackDown Women’s Championship, but…
– Morgan defeated Rousey for the SmackDown Women’s Championship after spending her money on a bank contract
– Theory (added to match moments before it started) defeats Seth Rollins, Drew McIntyre, Sheamus, Omos, Sami Zayn, Riddle and Madcap Moss to win the men’s money bank contract.
Moment of the Night: Liv Morgan acquires Ronda Rousey
Liv Morgan’s first title win was long overdue.
For years, she’s had the support of fans, fellow stars, and behind-the-scenes folks — but championship gold has always been hinted at.
Going to the show, I thought Liv had a small chance of winning the contract, but if she had told me she was going to end the night by taking a Russian title, I would have said I would need to see him to believe it.
That’s what made this one of the most fun surprises on WWE TV in years. Especially considering that Ronda was very friendly after that.
Hopefully this isn’t the end of Rousey’s second tour in WWE. There’s still a lot she can do at SmackDown until the WrestleMania season.
If this is the last time we see her for a while, then Ronda should be commended for the way she’s helped split up in the past few months.
For now, it’s time for Liv to shine.
Best Match: The Usos vs. The Street Profits
When two teams click, they can make magic in the ring together.
That’s exactly what happened in this match.
Fans really had no idea who would come out on top either, allowing for nail-biting moments and close/exciting waterfalls. Either team could have won and that would have been appropriate.
Plus, with the referee not seeing Montez’s shoulder during the install, I’m assuming they’ll bring him back at SummerSlam.
WWE ran a covert transfer during the show.
If I had to guess, it might be for the returning edge, as they showed off things worn by people he’d feuded with in the past (like Eddie Guerrero, Kurt Angle, Hardy Boyz, and Dudleys).
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Ryan Satin is a WWE Analyst at FOX Sports. Satin previously appeared on FS1’s WWE Backstage and founded the Pro Wrestling Sheet, breaking countless news stories as editor in chief.
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