When is WWE Money In The Bank 2023?  

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    One of the most anticipated pay-per-views of WWE is Money in the Bank, and it is going to be the upcoming PLE of the biggest sports entertainment. WWE Money In The Bank 2023 heads to the UK this summer and this historic event will occur at The O2 in London. The UK  will witness one of the Big Five pay-per-views for the first time in over 30 years. With high stakes and thrilling ladder matches, this live event promises to be an unforgettable experience.

    Date and Venue

    WWE Money In The Bank will occur on Saturday, July 2, with the main card starting at 11.30 pm IST. London’s O2 Arena will host the event.

    How to Watch the Event

    Fans can catch the Kickoff show at 11.30 pm IST on July 1. It will be available on WWE Network,, WWE app, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and Twitch. For viewers in India, the main Money In The Bank show will stream on SonyLIV. UK viewers can stream the show live or on-demand via the WWE Network.

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    WWE Money In The Bank Confirmed Matches till now

    Till now, no singles match have been confirmed yet; only the selection for the traditional money-in-the-bank matches for both men and women has been ongoing.

    For men’s money in the bank ladder match, it is Ricochet vs. Shinsuke Nakamura vs. LA Knight vs. Santos Escobar/Mustafa Ali vs. Butch/Baron Corbin vs. Matt Riddle/TBA, and for women’s money in the bank ladder match, it is Zelina Vega vs. Natalya/Zoey Stark vs. Becky Lynch/Sonya Deville vs. ‘Michin’ Mia Yim/Bayley vs. Shotzi/Iyo Sky vs. TBD.

    Credits: Cageside Seats

    However, apart from these, there are some rumors on other matches which might get official soon, which would be a clash between Sheamus and Austin Theory for the United States Championship, Imperium vs Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens for the Tag titles, and the Roman Reigns might face Jimmy Uso for the Unidsputed WWE Universal Title, or rather Roman and Solo might clash with the Usos in a tag team match.

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