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    5 things that made WWE Money in the Bank 2023 memorable | WWE News

    5 things that made WWE Money in the Bank 2023 memorable | WWE News

    Currently, the most anticipated Premium Live Event is Money in the Bank, where fans will witness a new winner holding the coveted Money in the Bank briefcase. This event features the traditional Money in the Bank ladder matches for both the men’s and women’s divisions, along with other thrilling matches that elevate the excitement. While the event consistently promises a spectacular show each year, Money in the Bank 2023 is considered the best PLE yet.

    Here are 5 reasons why Money in the Bank 2023 was particularly memorable
    1) The Bloodline Civil War

    Money in the Bank 2023 was unforgettable due to the epic showdown between the brothers: Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa vs. Jimmy and Jey Uso. The match was spectacular, with all four competitors taking the action to the next level. Roman delivered an over-the-top performance, and Solo gave his best to dominate the Uso brothers. However, the match took a thrilling turn that shocked the entire WWE Universe. The Usos emerged victorious over Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa, and the most memorable moment was Jey Uso pinning Roman Reigns, making Money in the Bank 2023 truly remarkable.

    2) Mr. Money in the Bank 2023: Damian Priest

    The 2023 men’s Money in the Bank ladder match featured Damian Priest, Ricochet, Shinsuke Nakamura, LA Knight, Butch, Santos Escobar, and Logan Paul. The match kicked off with the other competitors targeting Paul and throwing him out of the ring. It was a spectacular event filled with high-flying, jaw-dropping moments.

    Thanks to the incredible performances of the participants, this match has secured its place among the best Money in the Bank ladder matches of all time. In the end, Priest managed to fend off Escobar and Nakamura, performed a Broken Arrow from the top of the ladder on Knight, and unhooked the briefcase to win the match.

    3) Drew McIntyre’s return
    At Money in the Bank 2023, Gunther successfully defended Raw’s Intercontinental Championship against Matt Riddle in a thrilling match. Both competitors delivered awe-inspiring maneuvers throughout the bout. In the final moments, Gunther seized on Riddle’s injured ankle, applying a half crab followed by a leglock that forced Riddle to submit, securing his title.

    Following the match, the arena erupted as fans welcomed back The Scottish Warrior, Drew McIntyre, making his first appearance since WrestleMania 39 Night 2. After a tense staredown, Gunther provoked McIntyre, leading McIntyre to retaliate with a punishing Claymore Kick. McIntyre then seized the Intercontinental Championship belt, taunting Gunther in a powerful statement.

    4) Cody Rhodes vs Dominik Mysterio

    The highlight of the Cody Rhodes vs. Dominik Mysterio match was undoubtedly Cody’s entrance. As his renowned theme song “Kingdom” resonated through the arena, the crowd joined in with a resounding “woooooo oooo,” creating an unforgettable atmosphere. As for the match itself, Cody Rhodes stole the show. In the final moments, despite Rhea Ripley’s distraction, Rhodes managed to counter Mysterio’s attempted 619 with an Alabama Slam, followed by his signature moves, the Cody Cutter and Cross Rhodes, to secure a victorious conclusion.

    5) John Cena made a surprise appearance

    At Money in the Bank 2023, a memorable moment occurred with the surprise appearance of John Cena. Cena commended the crowd and expressed his belief that London would be a fitting host for WrestleMania someday. However, his remarks were interrupted by Grayson Waller, who insisted that WrestleMania should be held in his native Australia instead. Waller then ambushed Cena, but Cena swiftly countered with an Attitude Adjustment, bringing the segment to a close.


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