WWE moved into the O2 Arena in London on Saturday for its annual WWE Money in the Bank pay-per-view in which the fortunes of two competitors would change forever in the men’s and women’s same-titled ladder matches.
It’s time to climb the ladder, grab the briefcase and capture the opportunity of a lifetime at WWE Money in the Bank.
Money in the Bank 2023 marked yet another unforgettable international pay-per-view, highlighted by the return of Drew McIntyre, John Cena’s shocking appearance and Roman Reigns’ first pinfall loss since 2019.
WWE Money In The Bank 2023
For the first time in its 16-year history, WWE Money in the Bank took place outside the U.S., with the ladder-match event held at The O2 Arena in London.
WWE: Elsewhere on the bill, The Bloodline engaged in a bitter civil war, and Seth Rollins defended the World Heavyweight Championship against The Judgment Day’s Finn Bálor.
Aside from the men’s and women’s matches, five other matches took place Saturday afternoon, three of which were title matches − the women’s tag team championship, intercontinental championship and world heavyweight championship.
The packed card marked the next stop on the road to SummerSlam and provided fans with the latest chapters in some of the most intense rivalries in professional wrestling.
In other competition, Cody Rhodes fought Dominik Mysterio of “The Judgment Day,” and the latest chapter of the epic meltdown of The Bloodline in its “civil war” was written, with a shocking ending to one of the best storylines in WWE.
Find out who emerged victorious on Saturday and built momentum ahead of The Biggest Party of the Summer on August 5, with grades and analysis for every match.
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