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IYO Sky wins the WWE Money in the Bank Briefcase

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WWE Superstar IYO Sky won the Women’s WWE Money in the Bank briefcase during the Premium Live Event from the O2 Arena in London, England.

Sky defeated Zelina Vega, Becky Lynch, Zoey Stark, Bayley and Trish Stratus to win her first-ever MITB and get a title shot of her choice.

Bayley seemingly turned on Sky during the match, but IYO would appear to help Bayley until she handcuffed Becky and Bayley between the ladder to give her the chance to ascend to the briefcase!

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IYO Sky WWE Money in the Bank 2023

Here is the full card that is set to take place tonight from the O2 Arena in London, England:

Men’s Money in the Bank ladder match – Ricochet vs. Shinsuke Nakamura vs. LA Knight vs. Santos Escobar vs. Butch vs. Damian Priest vs. Logan Paul

Women’s Money in the Bank ladder match – Zelina Vega vs. Becky Lynch vs. Zoey Stark vs. Bayley vs. Iyo Sky vs. Trish Stratus

Cody Rhodes vs. Dominik Mysterio (with Rhea Ripley)

Seth ’˜Freakin’ Rollins vs. Finn Balor – for World Heavyweight Championship

Ronda Rousey and Shayna Baszler vs. Liv Morgan and Raquel Rodriguez – for Women’s Tag Team Championship

Gunther (c) vs. Matt Riddle – for WWE Intercontinental Championship

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

The WWE Network makes it easy for fans in the UK to watch this extravaganza from the comfort of their living rooms.

Available for a monthly fee of just £9.99 on a rolling contract, the network offers live streams of all WWE events, including MITB.

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