- WWE Money in the Bank 2022 will take place on Saturday, July 2nd, 2022 in Las Vegas
- The event will feature two high-stakes Money in the Bank Ladder matches
- Who do betting odds favor emerging victorious in each bout? See odds, analysis, and our best bets below
Money in the Bank is typically among WWE’s most exciting events each year and this year’s installment, emanating from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on Saturday, July 2nd, should be no exception.
Although there will be no defense of the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship for the third straight pay-per-view, the men’s and women’s Money in the Bank Ladder matches will be what carry this show. The championship clashes in the undercard also have promise.
Ahead of the anticipated event, let’s take a look at the favorites that are expected to emerge victorious, according to our own betting odds and analysis.
WWE Money in the Bank 2022 Odds
|Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship||Odds|
|The Usos (c)||-300|
|The Street Profits||+200|
|United States Championship||Odds|
|Raw Women’s Championship||Odds|
|Bianca Belair (c)||-1900|
|SmackDown Women’s Championship||Odds|
|Ronda Rousey (c)||-4900|
|Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match||Odds|
|Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match||Odds|
Odds as of June 30.
The Usos vs Street Profits (Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship)
It was at Money in the Bank last year that The Usos became SmackDown Tag Team champions and they haven’t relinquished those titles since. If anything, they’ve only added more gold to their collection, and this shouldn’t be the night that they lose it.
Street Profits are an entertaining tandem and there’s a chance they pull out the shock win, but The Usos retaining is not only expected but also encouraged.
Theory vs Lashley (United States Championship)
Theory has played his role perfectly as the United States champion in recent months and should be bound for bigger and better things before long. Whether he loses the star-spangled prize here so he can ascend up the card is the question, but it’s still too early in his reign for him to be losing it.
Although the odds favor Theory leaving as champion, don’t be surprised to see Lashley win by disqualification or count-out to prolong their program.
Belair vs Carmella Best Bet (Raw Women’s Championship)
Bianca Belair was originally scheduled to defended her title against Rhea Ripley on this show before Ripley had to be replaced by Carmella due to an injury. If WWE still intends on doing Belair vs. Ripley when the latter returns, then there is zero reason to believe Carmella is winning on Saturday.
Of course, stranger things have happened, but a Belair victory is virtually guaranteed given how Carmella is slotted toward the bottom of Raw’s women’s division these days.
Rousey vs Natalya Pick (SmackDown Women’s Championship)
This is another instance of where a title change is almost laughable to consider. Rousey should be heavily favored to not only win but do so in decisive and dominant fashion.
Natalya is a credible competitor having won gold throughout her career, but Rousey is on a roll right now and has many more women to beat before she gives up her grasp on that SmackDown Women’s Championship belt.
Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match Prediction
Unlike in years past, there are several Superstars who could realistically win this year’s women’s Money in the Bank Ladder match, though Lacey Evans should be considered the frontrunner.
Becky Lynch also has a high chance of capturing the contract as well, if only to set up a rematch with her and Belair at SummerSlam. Seeing as how she doesn’t need it, any of the other fresh faces in the bout would better bets with Evans being the best of the bunch.
Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match Best Bet
Seth Rollins and Sami Zayn are the most logical choices to take home the men’s Money in the Bank briefcase, with the former being the odds-on favorite.
He has teased time and time again repeating his cash-in from 2015, and with Roman Reigns vs. Brock Lesnar on the horizon at SummerSlam, he’s the one to be putting money on.