How to book WWE Money In The Bank on Sky Sports Box Office

Eight men and eight women will compete in ladder matches at Money In The Bank – and here’s how you can see the action unfold on Sky Sports Box Office.

There will be five titles on the line at the Allstate Arena in Chicago, where the action begins at midnight on Sunday, with AJ Styles‘ WWE championship defence against Shinsuke Nakamura in a last man standing match leading the way.

Both women’s titles will also be up for grabs, with Nia Jax defending the Raw strap against Ronda Rousey – in only her second televised WWE match – and Asuka bidding to remove the championship from around Carmella‘s waist.

Seth Rollins puts his Intercontinental title on the line against Elias, and Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson challenge the Bludgeon Brothers for their SmackDown tag belts.

The ladder matches are packed with top-tier talent bidding to claim the contracts for championship matches further down the line.

The men’s event sees Finn Balor, Kevin Owens, Samoa Joe, Braun Strowman, The Miz, Rusev, Bobby Roode and an as-yet-unconfirmed New Day member do battle for the briefcase.

Meanwhile, newcomer Ember Moon and outside bet Lana face six former champions in the women’s ladder match, with Charlotte Flair, Alexa Bliss, Naomi, Becky Lynch, Sasha Banks and Natalya all bidding to take a step back towards championship gold.

There are also three singles contests scheduled to take place, with Roman Reigns and Jinder Mahal doing battle, Daniel Bryan facing Big Cass, and Bobby Lashley seeking revenge for weeks of taunts by Sami Zayn.

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Viewers can also book using their Sky TV remote by pressing the ‘Box office’ button and following on-screen instructions or by calling 03442 410 888. (Only bookings via Sky TV remote are recordable using Sky Plus).

Money In The Bank will be repeated on Sky Sports Box Office (channel 491) BUT NOT Sky Sports HD Box Office (492) between 10am on Monday, June 18 and 10pm on Thursday, June 21.

The event is priced at £14.95 for UK customers, €21.95 for viewers in the Republic of Ireland.