WWE Money in The Bank Full Highlights

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Edwin  - CEO July 1, 2023
Updated 2023/07/02 at 2:24 AM
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IYO SKY wins Money In The Bank

WWE Money in The Bank: The full report

 

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What Happened At WWE Money In The Bank 2023?!

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In HD July 1, 2023 WWE Money in The Bank Highlights 7/1/2023

 

 

Damian Priest def. Logan Paul, Shinsuke Nakamura, Ricochet, Santos Escobar, Butch and LA Knight to become Señor Money in the Bank

The Judgment Day’s reign of terror just became even more dangerous as Damian Priest scaled the ladder to become Señor Money in the Bank, guaranteeing himself a future championship match whenever he chooses.

 

 

The action was chaotic as every Superstar battled for themselves, but not before they teamed up to teach Logan Paul a quick lesson in respect. With ladders and tables strategically placed throughout the ring and ringside area, the carnage was taken to a whole new level when Ricochet hit a Spanish Fly on Logan Paul from off the top rope through a pair of tables, which was just moments after he dove through a ladder and the ropes at the same time to take out the competition at ringside.

 

Logan Paul hits a huge frog splash onto Damian Priest on a ladder: Money in the Bank 2023 highlights

 

With everyone seemingly down and out, LA Knight looked destined to win, but Priest reappeared and hit a Broken Arrow from off the top of a ladder before climbing back up and unhooking the briefcase, delivering him the coveted contract.

 

Logan Paul Gives Brutal Frog Splash To Damian Priest On Ladder At WWE Money In The Bank 2023

Liv Morgan & Raquel Rodriguez def. Ronda Rousey & Shayna Baszler to regain the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships

 

Rousey & Baszler vs. Morgan & Rodriguez: Money in the Bank 2023 highlights

 

Raquel Rodriguez battles Ronda Rousey: Raw highlights, June 26, 2023

 

Liv Morgan & Raquel Rodriguez def. Ronda Rousey & Shayna Baszler to win the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships

Liv Morgan and Raquel Rodriguez won the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships from Ronda Rousey and Shayna Baszler to recapture the gold that they were never defeated for.

 

Shayna Baszler turned On Ronda Rousey at WWE money in the bank

 

The champions looked like they were going to retain after Baszler countered Morgan’s attempt at Oblivion, but after Rousey tagged in, Baszler snapped and ruthlessly attacked her tag team partner.

 

Shayna Baszler attacks Ronda Rousey!: Money in the Bank 2023 highlights

 

After Baszler left, Rousey was a sitting duck. Following a Texana Bomb from Rodriguez, Morgan nailed Oblivion as she and Rodriguez once again became WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions.

 

 

Intercontinental Champion Gunther def. Matt Riddle via Submission; Drew McIntyre made his earth-shattering return and laid out Gunther 

Gunther extended his legendary Intercontinental Championship reign after defeating Matt Riddle via submission at Money in the Bank.

Riddle was as formidable of an opponent as anyone Gunther has faced due to his MMA background, but his precision strikes were met with pure brutality from the champion.

 

Gunther vs. Matt Riddle – Intercontinental Championship Match: Money in the Bank 2023 highlights

 

Gunther strategically attacked Riddle’s already injured ankle, but Riddle fought valiantly, even locking in a triangle. Unfortunately for Riddle, the champion kept thrashing his ankle and finally forced The Original Bro to tap out.

 

McIntyre makes his earth-shattering return and lays out Gunther: Money in the Bank 2023 highlights

 

After the match, Drew McIntyre exploded back onto the scene for the first time since WrestleMania 39, receiving a deafening ovation from the WWE Universe and confronting Gunther in the middle of the ring. And after Gunther pie-faced the former WWE Champion, McIntyre responded with a Glasgow Kiss and a Claymore that sent the crowd into a frenzy.

 

 

Cody Rhodes def. Dominik Mysterio 

 

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“The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes taught Dominik Mysterio a lesson by defeating The Judgment Day Superstar in convincing fashion.

Mysterio tried to play mind games and even attack the injured arm of Rhodes by ripping off the cast, but Rhodes remained undeterred and even kept the villainous Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley at bay.

 

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After countering Mysterio’s attempt at the Three Amigos suplexes, Rhodes nailed a Disaster Kick, Cody Cutter and a Cross Rhodes to walk out the victor.

 

John Cena returned to give WrestleMania respect to London and an Attitude Adjustment to Grayson Wallar 

 

 

IYO SKY def. Becky Lynch, Zelina Vega, Bayley, Trish Stratus and Zoey Stark to become Miss Women’s Money in the Bank 

 

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The Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match entrances: Money in the Bank 2023 highlights

WWE Money In The Bank Live UK PPV 1 July 2023 Full Match – WWE Money In The Bank Highlights 2023

 

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The Money in the Bank briefcase belongs to Damage CTRL as IYO SKY became the Superstar to climb the ladder and secure the life-changing contract that she can use on a champion of her choosing.

The team of WWE Hall of Famer Trish Stratus and Zoey Stark dominated the field early, but the unpredictability of the match allowed the other Superstars to quell that threat and continue battling for the contract.

 

 

The action quickly devolved into a free-for-all that saw Becky Lynch hit Trish Stratus with a Man-Handle Slam onto a ladder and Zelina Vega connect for a hellacious Code Red on Stark onto a ladder.

After Bayley cost SKY a chance at the contract, The Genius of The Sky returned the favor by handcuffing Bayley and Lynch to each other through the rungs, allowing herself to climb the ladder unimpeded to become Ms. Money in the Bank.

 

 

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World Heavyweight Champion Seth “Freakin” Rollins def. Finn Bálor

 

The World Heavyweight Championship remains with Seth “Freakin” Rollins after a grueling match against The Judgment Day’s Finn Bálor.

Rollins was clearly not 100 percent as he was still favoring his injured midsection suffered at the hands of Bálor over the past few weeks.

As the champion gutted through the pain, Señor Money in the Bank Damian Priest appeared at ringside, and his presence caused a distraction for his teammate.

 

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Roman Reigns & Solo Sikoa vs. The Usos:

 

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Jimmy Uso and Sikoa started off the match, with Sikoa using his strength to dominate Jimmy in the first few collar and elbow ties. Sikoa got the best of some strike exchanges before Jimmy distracted the referee, allowing Jey Uso to get a cheap shot in and help turn the tide. Reigns then demanded a tag rather than let Sikoa square off with Jey. Sikoa looked frustrated but did tag in Reigns. Reigns dominated Jey briefly but Jimmy got the tag, forcing Reigns to bail from the ring before The Usos could land a double superkick. A pep talk from Paul Heyman fired up Reigns, leading to him and Sikoa taking over on Jey for a stretch. Any bit of Uso momentum was repeatedly cut off by Reigns and Sikoa, though Reigns was constantly partially distracted by the crowd’s hostile chants.

 

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Jey finally took a hot tag and blitzed Sikoa with offense. Reigns was eventually able to cut Jey off with a pair of Superman punches before The Usos hit him with a double spear that forced Sikoa to make a desperate break-up of the pin. Things broke down into a brawl featuring all four men until Reigns nearly won with a Superman punch of Jimmy. Jimmy came right back with a superkick counter to a Reigns spear but a splash attempt after was countered by Reigns into a guillotine choke. In the ensuing chaos, the referee was knocked out of the ring, leaving him down and out as Jey pinned Reigns after a 1D.  Sikoa got back into the match after the referee was down. Reigns and Sikoa hit stereo Rock Bottoms, followed by Samoan Spikes and spears. Sikoa stacked the Usos on top of each other and Reigns laid on top for the pin, only for both Usos to kick out.

 

 

Sikoa tried to put Jimmy through the announce table but Jimmy moved out of the way. In the ring, Jey and Reigns traded big moves until a Reigns spear for a two-count, which Jey kicked out of while also delivering a low blow. The Usos then delivered superkicks to Reigns before Jey hit a splash from the top rope to score the pin. That pinfall marked the first time Reigns had been pinned since December 2019. Bloodline matches are what they are with a lot of over-the-top dramatics and in-ring chatter but they also almost always deliver the goods when it comes to the actual wrestling. This was another case of exactly that and a red-hot London crowd certainly helped elevate the match and build to a huge moment. Result: The Usos def. Roman Reigns & Solo Sikoa via pinfall

 

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