WWE Money In The Bank: Match Card, Time, Location, Date, And How To Watch The PPV

WWE’s next PPV, Money in the Bank, takes place this weekend. The next major WWE event has been setting up some interesting matches for the show. Superstars from both Raw and Smackdown will compete in the MITB ladder matches for a championship match contract. There is a lot on the line for these superstars, and we have a few predictions for the Money in the Bank PPV.

While the focus of this PPV will be that match, there is a whole lot more going on at the show. Something fantastic happening at this show is that a WWE superstar will be competing in two one-on-one matches, and to the best of my knowledge, this is the first time that’s ever happened for a woman in the company at a PPV. That woman is Becky Lynch who will be defending both her Raw Women’s Championship and Smackdown Women’s Championships in two matches during the evening. There are a few other titles on the line during the evening, and a cage match which should be a lot of fun as The Miz and Shane McMahon continue their rivalry.

This year’s Money in the Bank (MITB) PPV will take place on Sunday, May 19 at the XL Center in Hartford, Connecticut. Here are the show times:

Like all major WWE events, there will be a Kickoff Show, which will begin one hour prior. There will be at least one match on the Kickoff, but as of this writing, it has not been announced yet.

If you’re looking to watch the Kickoff Show for MITB, you can catch it live on WWE’s YouTube page, which begins one hour before–at 3 PM PT / 6 PM ET / 11 PM BST–the main card. As for the PPV, you can buy it through your local cable or satellite provider and purchase the show, or you can get it–and the Kickoff Show–through the WWE Network, which costs $10 a month. However, WWE will let new subscribers enjoy the streaming service for one month for free, so in theory

Although it’s a little more than a week away, there are already 10 matches on the card, as of this writing. We are relatively sure the Intercontinental Championship will not be defended at MITB, as current champion Finn Bálor is already involved in the ladder match. In addition, there have been no announcements for any matches involving the tag team championships (Raw, Smackdown, and Women’s). Considering this is already a stacked card, we’re hoping there isn’t a lot more added.

Make sure to come back to GameSpot on Sunday, May 19 for live coverage and a review of the PPV. For more on MITB, check out every contract winner in WWE history.


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