Full List of Superstars Who Returned at WWE Money in the Bank 2023

WWE Money in the Bank 2023 is officially done and dusted. The much-awaited premium live event aired live from the O2 Arena in London, where the two annual Money in the Bank ladder matches took place. Apart from that, there were five other matches on the show, which entertained the fans a lot.

Speaking of the opening bout first, Damian Priest became Mr. Money in the Bank 2023 by defeating LA Knight, Santos Escobar, Logan Paul, Ricochet, Shinsuke Nakamura and Butch in an epic 20-minute match. Priest even teased cashing in his contract in the WWE World Heavyweight Championship match between Seth Rollins and Finn Balor. However, he did not as Seth retained his title.

Shayna Baszler stunned the WWE Universe by turning her back on Ronda Rousey. Liv Morgan and Raquel Rodriguez dethroned Shayna and Ronda as the WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions courtesy of the betrayal. The women’s division was on display in the Money in the Bank ladder match as well, where IYO Sky won.


Elsewhere, Gunther defeated Matt Riddle to retain the Intercontinental Championship. Cody Rhodes defeated Dominik Mysterio, while the Bloodline Civil War proved to be quite entertaining.

Which WWE Superstars returned at WWE Money in the Bank 2023?

John Cena returned to WWE at Money in the Bank. He made a shocking appearance as his theme song hit the arena soon after Cody Rhodes beat Dominik Mysterio. Before that, Drew McIntyre returned to WWE and confronted the Intercontinental Champion Gunther after his successful title defense.

Did Randy Orton and Brock Lesnar return to WWE at Money in the Bank?

No, Randy Orton did not return to WWE. Even Brock Lesnar did not show up. Both Superstars were rumored to show up in London. However, WWE will likely bring them back on the road to SummerSlam 2023 later in the month.



Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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