WWE Money in the Bank 2022: How to watch, UK start time, possible Logan Paul appearance, full card and preview

Arguably one of WWE’s best gimmick pay per views, Money in the Bank takes place in Las Vegas tonight, with the brand going head to head with UFC in an exciting evening for UK fans happy to stay awake through the night to their fix of fighting.

With Money in the Bank’s pre-show starting at midnight on Sunday and the main card starting at 1am UK time and Adesanya and Cannonier expected to step into the Octagon around 5am for their UFC276 bout, hardy fans can watch both through the night – and there’s lots to look forward to.

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But while this year’s Money in the Bank ladder matches are already stacked with talent, all eyes are on a man who hasn’t yet officially been named as appearing in the event.

YouTuber and controversial social media star Logan Paul is himself celebrating money in the bank, having signed a multi-year contract with WWE earlier this week. The signing is hot on the heels of an impressive showing at Wrestlemania where he joined The Miz in a tag team match against Rey and Dominik Mysterio before The A-Lister dropped him with a Skull-Crushing Finale as they celebrated their win.

Paul, 27, didn’t waste any time calling out The Miz following inking the deal and has made it clear he’s out for payback at SummerSlam on July 30.

With mystery surrounding the final member of the Money in the Bank men’s event line-up there was some speculation that Paul might make his first appearance since his return by joining the fight for the all-important briefcase, but on last night’s Smackdown Madcap Moss beat Happy Corbin, The Miz and Ezekiel to get the spot. He will join Seth Rollins, Sheamus, Drew McIntyre, Omos, Sami Zayn and Riddle in tonight’s main event.

Will Paul make an appearance anyway, either as a run in or in a backstage segment? Fans will find out for sure later tonight.


Meanwhile the women’s prize will be won by one of Lacey Evans, Liv Morgan, Alexa Bliss, Raquel Rodriguez, Asuka, Shotzi or The Man herself Becky Lynch.

Elsewhere on the card, former UFC fighter, and the brand’s first female champion, Ronda Rousey will be putting her WWE SmackDown Women’s title on the line against Natalya.

With WWE’s UK pay per view set for September in Cardiff (some tickets are still available here) it’s possible that either of the winners of the iconic briefcases could even cash them in on British soil.

How to get tickets to WWE’s upcoming UK PPV

Tickets to see WWE’s “Clash at the Castle” at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales are on sale now.

Hospitality packages ranged from £700 for Superfan day-time experiences including event ticket, pre-show party, meet and greet, photo session and £50 to spend on merchandise to a £4,500 bundle including ringside seats, two nights at the 5 star Voco St Davids hotel, a meet and greet with WWE wrestlers and exclusive merchandise.

Seat-only ticket prices range from £39.50 to £1,687.50.

Go to Ticketmaster now to get yours.

How to watch WWE Money in the Bank 2022 in the UK

For UK fans, the Money in the Bank pre-show will start at midnight on Sunday morning with the main show starting at 1am. The live show will be available as a WWE pay-per-view on BT Sport Box Office.

BT Sport Box Office is available on BT TV channel 495, or Sky channel 494. Virgin Media subscribers can access BT Sport Box Office by heading to the On Demand section on their TV box and selecting ‘Live Events’.

The show is also available on the WWE Network for subscribers.

WWE Money in the Bank 2022 full card

The final card as it stands for Saturday night’s Las Vegas event is as follows:

Bianca Belair vs Carmella for the WWE Raw Women’s Championship

Ronda Rousey vs Natalya for the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship

Theory vs Bobby Lashley for the WWE United States Championship

The Usos vs The Street Profits for the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship

Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match

Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match

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