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How to watch WWE Money in the Bank 2023 live and free in Australia


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SUMMARY: Money in the Bank 2023 is exclusive to BINGE, Foxtel Now and Kayo. New customers can sign up for free using BINGE's 14-day trial, Foxtel Now's 10-day trial or Kayo's 7-day trial.

Money in the Bank is back for 2023, where the winner of both the men's and women's bouts will get a guaranteed shot at a championship match.

In order to win the Money in the Bank, the combatants need to grab a briefcase hanging above the centre of the ring.

Inside the briefcase is a contract that they can cash in at any time within the next 12 months for a championship match.

The 2023 event features not only men's and women's Money in the Bank matches, but 3 singles matches and a couple of team contests.

What time does the WWE Money in the Bank start in Australia?

The 2023 WWE Money in the Bank starts at 5am AEST on Sunday 2 July.

It's taking place at the 02 Arena in London, the first time in 2 decades the WWE has had a live event in the UK and the first time Money in the Bank has been held outside of the US.

How to watch the WWE Money in the Bank 2023 live in Australia

Money in the Bank 2023 is available to watch on BINGE, Foxtel Now, Foxtel iQ and Kayo.

Previously it was only available as a pay-per-view on Main Event or on the WWE Network.

But BINGE and Foxtel have become the home for WWE in Australia since the start of 2023.

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BINGE is the streaming home for WWE in Australia, including all premium live events such as Money in the Bank 2023.

New customers can use this 14-day trial and test it all out, meaning you could watch Money in the Bank 2023 for free.

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Stream WWE Money in the Bank 2023 on Foxtel Now

New users get a 10-day free trial with Foxtel Now, which offers another way to watch WWE Money in the Bank 2023 at no cost.

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Once your free trial is done, continuing to watch WWE on Foxtel Now costs $25 a month.

You can also watch Money in the Bank via Foxtel iQ.

It airs on Fox8 and the WWE channel on Sunday 2 July 2023 at 5am AEST or you can watch it on demand.

Fox8 and the WWE channel are included in the Foxtel Plus channel pack, which costs $52 a month but doesn't come with any free trial.

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Can I watch Money in the Bank 2023 on Main Event?

No. While past WWE Premium Live Events such as SummerSlam were available as pay-per-view events on Main Event in Australia, these are now available on BINGE, Foxtel or Kayo at no extra cost to subscribers.

2023 WWE Money in the Bank matches

1Ricochet vs Shinsuke Nakamura vs LA Knight vs Santos Escobar vs Butch vs Damian Priest vs Logan PaulMoney in the Bank ladder match for a men's championship match contract
2Zelina Vega vs Becky Lynch vs Zoey Stark vs Bayley vs Iyo Sky vs Trish StratusMoney in the Bank ladder match for a women's championship match contract
3Cody Rhodes vs Dominik Mysterio (with Rhea Ripley)Singles match
4Seth "Freakin" Rollins vs Finn BálorSingles match for the World Heavyweight Championship
5The Bloodline (Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa) (with Paul Heyman) vs The Usos (Jey Uso and Jimmy Uso)"Bloodline Civil War" tag team match
6Ronda Rousey and Shayna Baszler vs Liv Morgan and Raquel RodriguezTag team match for the WWE Women's Tag Team Championship
7Gunther vs Matt RiddleSingles match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship

Money in the Bank 2023 preview

In the men's Money in the Bank match, there's 7 participants and although LA Knight has gained huge traction, the star power of Logan Paul might propel him to the briefcase to allow him to follow his championship ambitions.

Becky Lynch and Trish Stratus have the strongest rivalry going into the women's Money in the Bank match, but keep an eye on Iyo Sky emerging to take it out.

Money in the Bank

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In the singles matches, we expect Seth Rollins to successfully defend his World Heavyweight Championship match and Gunther to likewise defend his Intercontinental title.

Look for Dominik Mysterio to get the better of Cody Rhodes (and also look out for heavy interference from Rhea Ripley here).

There are a couple of big name tag team matches too and in the Women's Tag Team Championship match, Ronda Rousey and Shayna Baszler should defend their title.

The Bloodline civil war continues too, and we'd expect Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa to take out The Usos, no doubt with some interference from Paul Heyman to help get them over the line.

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