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WWE Money in the Bank: High-risk matches, no major injuries

One big thing

WWE’s Money in the Bank event featured five intense matches with high-risk maneuvers, but remarkably, no significant injuries were reported.

The details

• Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful Select confirmed no major injuries occurred during the event.

• Tanga Loa, who hit his head on a table, was reported to be fine.

• Chelsea Green, Zoey Stark, and Chad Gable were all okay after their big spots.

• The referee in the main event, who recently returned from injury, took several bumps but emerged unscathed.

Why it matters

The lack of injuries at such a physically demanding event is crucial for WWE, ensuring continuity in storylines and maintaining wrestler health for future events.

By the numbers

• 5: Number of matches at Money in the Bank
• 0: Reported significant injuries

What they’re saying

“No significant injuries were reported following Money in the Bank.” – Sean Ross Sapp, Fightful Select

The big picture

WWE’s ability to execute high-risk matches without major injuries showcases the performers’ skill and the company’s safety protocols. This successful event sets a high bar for upcoming shows like NXT Heatwave.

What’s next?

Fans will be watching to see how WWE capitalizes on the momentum from Money in the Bank in upcoming shows and storylines.

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