Money in the Bank takes place on May 10th, but the show won’t be streamed live. Much like WrestleMania earlier this month, WWE has been forced to pull out all of the stops when it comes to creativity and now the Men’s Money in the Bank match will see six WWE stars climbing the corporate ladder at WWE’s Corporate HQ in Stanford Connecticut.
It appears that the company has recently filmed much of the show since Fightful has shared some details regarding the upcoming pay-per-view. Their report states that WWE flew in their talent for filming on Tuesday and multiple matches were filmed throughout the day, with these matches then taking from the morning all the way through until almost midnight.
It appears that WWE will be filming the show in a cinematic way once again, but it’s unknown as to whether or not this will be in the same way as the Boneyard match at WrestleMania or Tommaso Ciampa vs Johnny Gargano on NXT a few weeks ago.
Throughout the era where fans are no longer allowed to be in attendance, there has been a change in the way that WWE has started doing things and the new way of filming matches without a crowd has become a hit with the WWE Universe watching from home.
That being said, the report goes on to state that there was a lot of standing around throughout the day which forced many members of the roster to find ways to stay warm so that they weren’t bumping while cold. There was also reportedly a hiccup in the middle of filming which forced a delay throughout the day, but at present, there are no details regarding this.
As stated, Money in the Bank is due to air on May 10th, but WWE will be recording the show ahead of time throughout this week.