On Sunday night, professional wrestling fans will enjoy the entertaining WWE "Money in the Bank" 2017 pay-per-view. As with previous editions of this event, there will be ladder matches with briefcases hanging above the ring. The first wrestler to grab a briefcase will win a WWE title shot at anytime or anyplace they want to cash it in. That could be as soon as tonight's pay-per-view or a bit further down the road. Here's the latest on the event including how to watch WWE's "Money In The Bank" live streaming online for free, or how to order on television.

What are the matches?

As mentioned the MITB ladder match is the centerpiece of this particular event. This year's show features not one, but two of the matches. One of them will feature six men's superstars while the other is a history-making first-ever women's ladder match featuring five female competitors. The men's match features AJ Styles, Kevin Owens, Baron Corbin, Dolph Ziggler, Sami Zayn, and Shinsuke Nakamura. The women's match features Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair, Carmella, Natalya, and Tamina.

In addition, several of the "SmackDown Live" champions will defend their title belts tonight. The Usos defend their tag team titles against The New Day. Lana will make her new debut in the ring since joining the roster, as she challenges Naomi for the women's title belt.

In what could be the main event, Randy Orton takes on Jinder Mahal and attempts to win back the WWE World Championship.

How to watch it live

The WWE Network is the exclusive home of all WWE's pay-per-view events. Currently, there are about two per month as both the WWE "Raw" and "SmackDown Live" brands each have an event each month.

Fans can head to the WWE.com website and sign up for a free subscription to the WWE Network for the next month. That will allow for viewing tonight's "Money in the Bank" PPV live online as well as next month's "Raw" PPV called "Great Balls of Fire." After the one-month trial has ended, fans must pay $9.99 for the WWE Network.

For those professional wrestling fans who want to order the pay-per-view to watch live on television, there may be that option. Select cable companies have offered their subscribers the PPVs in the past. Several of them still may do this including Comcast, Time Warner, Verizon FIOS or other providers. It's best to check the provider's website or by calling in order to see if the event can be ordered.

WWE's "Money in the Bank" begins at 8 p.m. Eastern Time on Sunday and will run until around 11 p.m. ET with repeats and on-demand viewing also offered on the WWE Network.