Does "get everything rigged" mean "got cheated in anything?" That expression, even with the obvious typo fixed ('get'), makes no sense.
Does "get ready to go" mean " be prepared to leave?" 'Getting ready' is a process; 'being ready' is a state. If you're in that state ('being prepared') you have probably been through the process ('getting ready').
In other words, "We've got everything rigged and ready to go."
'Rigging' can mean cheating, But it may be necessary to 'rig' any piece of equipment before using it - a sailing boat, a parachute, anything. We need more context to say what it means in your case.