The first pay-per-view following WrestleMania 35 is the 2019 Money in the Bank event, featuring two signature ladder matches that can change the trajectory for two WWE superstars by awarding them title shots.
Although not one of the “Big Four” shows in WWE’s calendar, Money in the Bank still has the potential for surprise finishes that can alter the landscape of both Monday Night RAW and SmackDown Live.
There are 11 confirmed matches on the Money in the Bank card with at least one happening on the Kickoff Show.
If you’re looking to watch Money in the Bank 2019 online, here’s everything you need to know including start time for the kickoff and main show as well as where you can stream the show.
WHAT TIME DOES MONEY IN THE BANK START?
The Money in the Bank pay-per-view Kickoff show will begin at 6 p.m. EDT with the main card starting at 7 p.m. EDT.
With about 10 matches on the main card, WWE fans can expect the pay-per-view to end between 10 and 11 p.m. EDT.
HOW TO WATCH MONEY IN THE BANK KICKOFF
The Money in the Bank 2019 Kickoff Show will be free to watch on WWE’s various social media channels as well as the WWE Network. So far, the MITB kickoff card includes one match and it is between the SmackDown Tag Team champions, Daniel Bryan and Rowan, and The Usos. It should be noted that this is a non-title match.
WWE.com will stream the one-hour pre-show along with the company’s YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.
The promotion’s Twitch channel will also stream it, which you can watch below.
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HOW TO WATCH MONEY IN THE BANK ONLINE
Like many sporting events, the Money in the Bank show will be available through various pay-per-view providers. Check your cable provider for more details.
However, the best way to watch the show is through the WWE Network. WWE offers a free trial for one month by signing up with a credit card. Fans can cancel their subscription at any time, but the monthly fee is $9.99.
WWE Network can be watched on your PC or a mobile device by downloading the app on iOS and Android devices. The WWE Network is also available on PS4 and Xbox One, simply by searching “WWE Network” on the PlayStation and Microsoft stores, as well as on streaming devices like Roku and the Amazon Fire Stick.
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