WWE presents Money In The Bank 2023 Preview

On Saturday, July 1st, the WWE presents Money in the Bank 2023 from London, England. The show will prove to have two guaranteed championship opportunities awarded. One for the women and one for the men. Also, we will witness the bloodline civil war. Who walks out on their on accord, and who is going to be carried out?

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WWE presents Money In The Bank 2023
Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match:
Bayley vs. Zelina Vega vs. Becky Lynch vs. Zoey Stark vs. IYO SKY vs. Trish Stratus

There are two storylines rolled into this match. The first one is Bayley and IYO SKY having issues lately that is teasing a breakup of Damage CTRL. The other one has Becky Lynch looking to avenge her loss at Night of Champions against Trish Stratus and Zoey Stark. Zelina Vega is the wildcard in this match, riding the momentum from Backlash. This will be Stratus’s first-ever ladder match.

There are multiple ways this could end. Will the briefcase drive the final nail into Damage CTRL’s coffin? Can Becky Lynch finally accomplish the only accolade that has eluded her? Will the LWO play a spoiler and add a briefcase to the team?

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WWE presents Money In The Bank 2023
Intercontinental Championship:
GUNTHER (c) vs. Matt Riddle

Matt Riddle’s challenge to GUNTHER came after Riddle lent a hand to Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn to even up the odds against Imperium. Riddle has taken out Giovanni Vinci with a devastating ankle lock backstage and beaten Ludwig Kaiser in a one-on-one match. The only one left for him to beat in Imperium is GUNTHER. GUNTHER has been on a tear as Intercontinental Champion for the past year, recently defeating Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn in one on one matches.

Can Riddle be the one to finally topple GUNTHER’s reign as champion? Will GUNTHER continue on his match to beat the Honky Tonk Man’s longest Intercontinental Championship reign in history?

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WWE presents Money In The Bank 2023
Women’s Tag Team Championships:
Ronda Rousey & Shayna Baszler (c) vs. Raquel Rodriguez & Liv Morgan

This is your basic former champs getting a rematch match. Last week on Smackdown, Rousey and Baszler unified the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship with the already-forgotten NXT Women’s Tag Team Championship by beating Alba Fyre and Isla Dawn.

The former champs Liv Morgan and Raquel Rodriguez had to relinquish the titles when Morgan suffered a shoulder injury in their title defense against Damage CTRL.

The tag champs are expected to retain but could Morgan and Rodriguez play spoiler?

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Cody Rhodes vs. Dominik Mysterio

Dominik Mysterio has been getting in cheap hit-and-run attacks on Cody Rhodes in recent weeks, which has led us to this match. Mysterio has to stand up to Rhodes in the ring and won’t be able to hide behind Mami this time. Mysterio is one of the hottest heels in WWE right now, while Rhodes is one of the biggest babyfaces. This is a huge match for Mysterio, with Rhodes looking for revenge.

Can Mysterio pull off the upset? Will this just be a speed bump in Rhodes’s journey to “finish the story”? Is Brock Lesnar lurking in the shadows waiting to strike?

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WWE presents Money In The Bank 2023
Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match:
LA Knight vs. Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Ricochet vs. Butch vs. Santos Escobar vs. Damian Priest vs. Logan Paul

Logan Paul declared himself in the match while everyone else had to win qualifying matches. Unlike the women’s match, there is only one real storyline playing out in the match. Shinsuke Nakamura and Ricochet have a nice little feud going with Bronson Reed, who is conspicuous by his absence.

LA Knight is looking for momentum after his WrestleMania snub. Santos Escobar is in just for the recent LWO push. Maybe Butch can tap his inner bruiserweight. Damian Priest is coming off an impressive showing at Backlash against Bad Bunny.

There is no clear-cut winner on paper. Will LA Knight redeem himself? Can Damian Priest bring the briefcase to The Judgment Day? What about Butch or Santos Escobar for their respective teams? Could Bronson Reed cost either Shinsuke Nakamura or Ricochet their shot at the briefcase? Where does Logan Paul figure into all of this?

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WWE presents Money In The Bank 2023
World Heavyweight Championship:
Seth “Freakin” Rollins (c) vs. Finn Balor

This is the “rematch” seven years in the making. Rollins and Balor faced off in the finals to determine who would call themselves the very first Universal Champion. Balor won that match, but fate took an ugly turn, and he had to relinquish the title less than 24 hours later due to injury.

Balor is looking for his redemption. While this isn’t Rollins’s first title defense, the connotation is there. Rollins will not be 100% after the attack last week by Balor on Raw. Rollins was able to hold his own and defeat Bron Breakker on night 1 of NXT Gold Rush last week to retain his title.

Will history repeat itself?

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Roman Reigns & Solo Sikoa vs. The Usos (Jimmy & Jey Uso)

The tagline for this match is The Bloodline Civil War. It very much has turned into one. After losing to Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn at Night of Champions, the cracks were starting to form in The Bloodline.

Then two weeks ago, The Usos made their split from Roman Reigns official. For now, Solo Sikoa kept his allegiance with Reigns and not his older brothers, The Usos.

How long will Sikoa remain loyal to Reigns? Will Reigns regain control as head of the table or will someone else step up to take his place?


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