WWE Money In The Bank 2023 Results: Full List of Winners And Losers

WWE Money in the Bank 2023 results are out now. London’s O2 Arena provided an electric atmosphere for one of the most awaited WWE shows of the year. John Cena made his shocking return on the show, while the Bloodline Civil War tag team match headlined the premium live event.

Speaking of the results of the two ladder matches on the WWE Money in the Bank 2023 match card first, Damian Priest won the men’s match, whereas IYO Sky won in the women’s division. Both matches got more than 15 minutes each, and almost every Superstar got a chance to steal the spotlight.

Gunther vs Matt Riddle proved to be a solid match. Although Randy Orton was rumored to return, the Apex Predator did not show up. Gunther defeated Riddle but received a surprise as Drew McIntyre returned and confronted him.


Next, Dominik Mysterio suffered a defeat at the hands of Cody Rhodes. Brock Lesnar was heavily rumored to return on the Money in the Bank show, but the Beast Incarnate did not take the flight to London. In fact, John Cena returned after the Cody vs Dominik match. Grayson Waller confronted him, only to receive an Attitude Adjustment from the 16-time world champion.

WWE Money in the Bank 2023 Results – Who won MITB match?

Here is the full list of results from Money in the Bank:

  1. Damian Priest defeated Shinsuke Nakamura, Ricochet, Logan Paul, Butch, Santos Escobar and LA Knight to win Money in the Bank
  2. Liv Morgan and Raquel Rodriguez defeated Ronda Rousey and Shayna Baszler to win Women’s Tag Team Championship
  3. Gunther defeated Matt Riddle, WWE Intercontinental Championship
  4. Cody Rhodes defeated Dominik Mysterio
  5. IYO Sky defeated Bayley, Becky Lynch, Trish Stratus, Zoey Stark and Zelina Vega to win Money in the Bank
  6. Seth ‘Freakin’ Rollins defeated Finn Balor, WWE World Heavyweight Championship
  7. The Usos defeated Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa.



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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