WWE: MONEY IN THE BANK 2021- Details and Predicted Lineup


The World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) is all set to host the next exciting event of the year, Money in the Bank 2021! Money in the Bank is an event in which all the top wrestlers participate and fight to win the briefcase with thousands of dollars. The event will mostly take place in the third week of July. WWE will officially announce the schedule soon.

Money in the Bank 2021 Details:

Date: 18th July 2021

Time: 5:30 am (IST)


Venue: Dickies Arena, Fort Worth, Texas (US)

The match will be based on a pay-per-view basis. In the year 2021, it will be the first match to take place to live in the stadium with paying fans.

Predicted Lineup:

  • Roman Reigns vs Edge (Universal Championship Match)

Roman Reigns will probably take on Edge at the Money in the Bank. Edge made a surprising visit at the smackdown and won WrestleMania. It’s likely he will face Reigns in a Universal Championship Match.

  • Bobby Lashley vs Kofi Kingston (WWE Championship Match)

Drew McIntyre is out of the picture and Kingston will try to regain his lost title against Lesnar last year. Kingston will likely face Lashley to gain his lost title at the WWE Championship Match.

  • Rhea Ripley vs Charlotte Flair (Raw Women’s Championship)

Rhea Ripley’s win takes on Charlotte Flair in a Smackdown Women’s Championship Match. The match will likely happen after Ripley winning Hell in a Cell via disqualification when she used a piece of the table against Flair.

  • Bianca Belair vs Bayley (Smackdown Women’s Championship)

The predicted match between Belair and Bayley will be the most exciting match of the Money in the Bank. The rivals will look to win the match after a disqualified last match.

  • Men’s Money in the Bank Match

Current Participants: Ricochet, Riddle, Morrison, McIntyre, Big E, Owens

Qualifying Matches- Rollins vs Cesaro, Nakamura vs Corbin

  • Women’s Money in the Bank Match

Current Participants: Bliss, Cross, Naomi, Asuka, Carmella, Vega

Qualifying Matches: Team tag matches

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