- WWE Money in the Bank will emanate from London on Saturday, July 1st, 2023
- The event will feature two high-stakes Money in the Bank Ladder matches
- Who do betting odds favor emerging victorious in each bout? See odds, analysis, and our best bets below
As is the case every July in WWE, the stakes will be high and gold will be up for grabs when the Money in the Bank pay-per-view hits London for the first time ever this Saturday, July 1st.
In addition to the always-exciting men’s and women’s Money in the Bank Ladder matches, Seth Rollins will defend the World Heavyweight Championship against Finn Balor while The Usos finally collide with Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa in what’s being billed as a Bloodline Civil War.
Ahead of the anticipated event, let’s take a look at the favorites that are expected to emerge victorious at WWE Money in the Bank 2023, according to our own betting odds and analysis.
WWE Money in the Bank 2023 Odds
|WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship Match||Odds|
|Rhea Ripley & Shayna Baszler (c)||-300|
|Raquel Rodriguez & Liv Morgan||+300|
|Intercontinental Championship Match||Odds|
|Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match||Odds|
|Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match||Odds|
|World Heavyweight Championship Match||Odds|
|Seth Rollins (c)||-900|
|Bloodline Civil War||Odds|
|Roman Reigns & Solo Sikoa||+100|
Odds as of June 28. Browse the top sports betting sites.
WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship Best Bet
Although the women’s tag team division has been a sore spot for WWE in recent years, Ronda Rousey and Shayna Baszler are off to a solid start as champions and should continue to run rampant over the competition, including the reunited duo of Raquel Rodriguez and Liv Morgan.
At +300, there’s a small chance Rodriguez and Morgan score the upset and get the belts back, but it’s too soon for Rousey and Baszler to lose and thus they’re the safe choice to come out on top.
Intercontinental Championship Pick
Gunther’s historic run as Intercontinental Championship has now surpassed the one-year mark and there doesn’t appear to an end in sight. Gunther vs. Matt Riddle has been a fun feud over the title this past month and it’s possible this program extends through SummerSlam.
With that in mind, Gunther going over is virtually guaranteed, giving him the distinct edge in the odds at -400. Riddle will push Gunther to the limit and the two will have a terrific match, but The Ring General’s dominance will reign supreme.
Rhodes vs Mysterio Prediction
WWE has given fans every indication that the bad blood between Cody Rhodes and Brock Lesnar isn’t over despite Lesnar avenging his Backlash loss to Rhodes at Night of Champions. With the rubber match is penciled in for SummerSlam, Lesnar reemerging at Money in the Bank to cost Rhodes the win would make a lot of sense.
That would allow Mysterio to brag about beating The American Nightmare for many months to come. He’s a firm favorite at -300.
Women’s Money in the Bank Best Bet
There’s an excellent array of talented in this year’s Money in the Bank Ladder match for the women, but IYO SKY is the only logical candidate. She’s ready for the next level and winning the briefcase at a time when Damage CTRL is about to break up could be the catalyst for her looming feud with Bayley.
Bayley would be a nice fit as Ms. Money in the Bank, but with her having won it before, it’s not necessary. Other than potentially Zoey Stark, who is currently trailing SKY in the odds at +400, the rest of the field won’t benefit from it as much as SKY will.
Men’s Money in the Bank Pick
Similar to SKY, LA Knight has been overdue for a meaningful win and becoming Mr. Money in the Bank would give him a one-way ticket to the main event scene where he belongs. He’s been extremely popular with fans as of late and is the strongest option of them all.
However, the true odds-on favorite is Logan Paul at +150. It’s safe to assume he was made a last-minute entrant for a reason and that WWE intends to have him return to world championship contention on the sooner side via a Money in the Bank cash-in.
World Heavyweight Championship Prediction
Finn Balor has attempted to attack Seth Rollins at every turn throughout June in an effort to build momentum toward his World Heavyweight Championship at Money in the Bank. Despite that, he doesn’t remotely feel like a threat to the title.
Rollins will be heavily favored at -900. Balor shocking the world by winning the title isn’t completely out of the question, but there’s no worth no putting money on someone who is clearly designed to be a filler opponent for Rollins.
Bloodline Civil War Best Bet
Even without a championship on the line, this tag team match still feels like one of WWE’s most important pay-per-view offerings in recent memory. The Usos finally defecting from The Bloodline was a massive moment and now they have a chance to give Roman Reigns his comeuppance in the form of a rare loss.
It has been brought up constantly that Reigns hasn’t been pinned since December 2019, but this tag team match could see him lose while holding onto his prestigious prize, the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship. This contest will be close to call, but regardless of who they scoring the winning fall on, The Usos should be considered the best best to win to set them up for some sort of championship clash with Reigns at SummerSlam.