WWE Money in the Bank 2021 is just a couple of days away and WWE has announced an action-packed card for the high-profile event. The PPV is popular for their ladder matches, and we will be getting two of those. In addition to that, 4 Championships will be on the line at MITB.
Here is the full preview for WWE Money in the Bank 2021:
WWE Money in the Bank 2021: Men’s Ladder match
This year’s MITB Men’s ladder match has top stars from the roster like McIntyre, Rollins and Owens. It also has high-flying Superstars in the form of Morrison and Ricochet. There are underdogs like Nakamura too. All in all, the whole roster is represented in this match and promises a massive extravaganza.
WWE Money in the Bank 2021: Women’s Ladder match
The ladder match needs no hyping up, but this match has kept the fans in suspense, as only 7 Superstars have been announced. Alexa Bliss, Nikki Cross, Asuka, Naomi, Liv Morgan, Natalya and Zelina Vega are announced so far, and one last slot is yet to be filled.
WWE Money in the Bank 2021: Roman Reigns vs Edge for the Universal Championship
Edge made a surprise return at WWE Smackdown to challenge Roman Reigns for the Universal Championship once again. He rightfully deserves his singles match for the Universal Championship, which he couldn’t get at Wrestlemania 37. Reigns is evidently on the back foot against Edge, and we might finally see the undefeated Tribal Chief lose his title!
WWE Money in the Bank 2021: Rhea Ripley vs Charlotte Flair for the Raw Women’s Championship
Charlotte Flair has unfinished business with the Raw Women’s title. She was moved to the title scene way before Wrestlemania 37, but some unforeseen circumstances led her to miss the match. Since returning, she has been after the title and will be looking for her 13th World Championship.
WWE Money in the Bank 2021: AJ Styles and Omos vs Viking Raiders for Raw Tag Team Championship
The only match on the card that has no proper feud. This rivalry started recently and has mainly revolved around Omos’ dominance on the roster. We might again see a dominant performance from them one-half of the Raw Tag Team Champions.
WWE Money in the Bank 2021: Bobby Lashley vs Kofi Kingston for WWE Championship
Former WWE Champion Kofi Kingston has his eyes set on the WWE Championship. He has the momentum on his side too, with Lashley suffering back-to-back losses. But Lashley got the heat back on the latest episode of Raw, when he realized that he needs to mend his ways and be a dominant Champ once again! Will the old, dominant Lashley be back or we might see the underdog pull-off a heist?
WWE Money in the Bank 2021 airs live on 18th July, 2021.