WWE Money in the Bank 2023 Predictions: 4 Possible Endings To Gunther Vs Matt Riddle Match

WWE Money in the Bank 2023 predictions are in full swing as the next premium live event of the company will take over London this Saturday. One of the most anticipated matches on the card is the WWE Intercontinental Championship match between Gunther and Matt Riddle.

Gunther has been reigning as the WWE Intercontinental Champion for a long time now. Meanwhile, Matt Riddle has struggled to make an impact in recent months. It will be a hard-hitting match between the two talented pro wrestlers, and here’s how this match could end at WWE Money in the Bank 2023.

1. WWE Money in the Bank 2023 predictions – Randy Orton returns to help Matt Riddle

Randy Orton has been away from the ring for 14 months because of an injury. As per Xero News, Orton is ready to return now. It will be a welcome surprise if the Apex Predator helps his tag team partner Matt Riddle win the Intercontinental Championship in London.


2. WWE Money in the Bank 2023 predictions – Matt Riddle stuns the world

Matt Riddle needs a big win to rejuvenate his career. There was a time when he was in the world title picture, but he is no longer in that scene now. A clean win over Gunther will establish Riddle as a force to reckon with in WWE once again.

3. Imperium helps Gunther win

Imperium team members Giovanni Vinci and Ludwig Kaiser have played a big role in their leader Gunther’s success. Perhaps, the Intercontinental Champion may rely on his friends once again to retain the title.

4. Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn nullify Imperium, Riddle wins

WWE Undisputed Tag Team Champions Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn have been feuding with Gunther for quite some time. There is a small chance that the reigning champs help their friend Matt Riddle beat Gunther for the Intercontinental title this Saturday.



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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