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WWE Money in the Bank 2023 Live Stream: How to watch

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For the first time in history, the WWE Money in The Bank is stepping outside the borders of the United States. In an unprecedented move, the event is set to be held in London, giving UK fans a chance to witness the high-octane wrestling action live’‹.

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High-profile Names To Appear at The O2 Arena

The venue for this landmark event is none other than the iconic O2 Arena. Some of the biggest names in wrestling, including Logan Paul and Becky Lynch, will take to the ring, marking the UK’s first major WWE event in over two decades.

The appearance of these superstars is sure to electrify the atmosphere, promising an unforgettable night for the fans’‹.

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WWE Money in the Bank 2023: Fierce Competition in The Ring

The night will witness some fierce competition between seven men and six women, each aiming to secure a championship contract.

The victor will have the privilege of choosing their championship contract, adding a thrilling twist to the bouts. With so much at stake, the event promises to be a memorable night of wrestling in the capital’‹.

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How To Tune In: Details for UK Fans

For those who can’t make it to the O2 Arena, the WWE Money in The Bank 2023 event can still be enjoyed from the comfort of home.

UK-based fans will be able to watch the event on the BT Sport Box Office 2 for a fee of £14.95. The card gets underway at 8 PM BST and is expected to run until roughly midnight’‹’‹.

Live Streaming Options

In addition to the TV broadcast, fans have the option of a live stream. Those who purchase the event will have the opportunity to watch it live via the BT Sport website or app.

This provides flexibility for fans who prefer to watch the event on their devices, ensuring no one misses out on the historic night of wrestling action’‹.

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