WWE Money In The Bank 2022 Results: Winners, News And Notes

WWE Money in the Bank results from the MGM Grand Garden Arena on July 2, 2022. Source: Sports Business News

WWE Money In The Bank 2022 Results: Theory Shockingly Wins

Theory shockingly won the men’s MITB briefcase. Source: Sports Business News

WWE Money In The Bank 2022 Results: Liv Morgan Wins Women’s MITB

The women’s Money in the Bank field consisted of Becky Lynch, Lacey Evans, Liv Morgan, Alexa Bliss, Raquel Rodriguez, Asuka and Shotzi. Source: Sports Business News

Indiana Pacers Reportedly Re-Sign Center Jalen Smith

The Pacers were able to keep former top-10 pick Jalen Smith despite having some contractual hurdles to clear. Source: Sports Business News

Nick Kyrgios Wins Wild Wimbledon Match. Now Can He Channel His Talent And Make A Deep Run?

There’s never been any doubt about Nick Kyrgios’ talent and athletic ability on the tennis court. Source: Sports Business News

FC Barcelona President Laporta Rules Out De Jong Sale To Manchester United And Speaks On Dembele Renewal

FC Barcelona have ruled out the sale of midfielder Frenkie de Jong to Manchester United. Source: Sports Business News

Ronaldo Reportedly Asks To Leave Manchester United

The relationship between Cristiano Ronaldo, the third-highest earning athlete in the world, and Manchester United, the third-most valuable soccer franchise in the world, is reportedly on the rocks. Source: Sports Business News

Grading The Dallas Mavericks’ 2022 Free Agency Moves So Far

The Mavericks lost their second-best playmaker for nothing and added a journeyman center with championship experience. Source: Sports Business News

World No. 1 Iga Świątek, Coco Gauff Upset In 3rd Round At Wimbledon, Leaving Women’s Field Wide Open

World No. 1 Iga Swiatek entered her fourth-round match at Wimbledon on a 37-match winning streak and hadn’t lost since Feb. 16 against Jelena Ostapenko in Dubai. Source: Sports Business News

On July 4th Weekend, Four American Men Reach 4th Round At Wimbledon

For the first time since 1999, four Americans — No. 11 seed Taylor Fritz (24), No. 23 Frances Tiafoe (24), No. 30 Tommy Paul (25) and unseeded Brandon Nakashima (220) — are into the round of 16 at Wimbledon after eight made the third round. Source: Sports Business News