2021 WWE Money in the Bank card, matches, date, rumors, predictions, match card, start time, location


As WWE returns to touring and live audiences, the Money in the Bank pay-per-view on July 18 marks the first major event of this new era. The action will go down from Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas.

The annual event features two Money in the Bank ladder matches, one for the men and one for the women, both featuring eight competitors. The winners will receive a briefcase containing a contract that guarantees them one shot at a title of their choosing at any time. This has led to a tradition of most “cash in” attempts happening after a champion has already competed and is physically vulnerable.

In addition to the ladder matches, there will be a card of several other big matches that help set up a massive SummerSlam event in Las Vegas on Aug. 21.

Let’s take a look at what we know — and what we expect — at WWE Money in the Bank.

WWE Money in the Bank matches

WWE Championship — Bobby Lashley (c) vs. Kofi Kingston: After finally putting his rivalry with Drew McIntyre behind him with a win at Hell in a Cell, Lashley didn’t even get a full day off as his next challenger emerged on Raw. Kingston picked up a singles win over Lashley previously — with the help of McIntyre and Xavier Woods — and used that to challenge Lashley, getting an immediate “yes” from the champ. Lashley beat Woods later that night in a Hell in a Cell match, forcing Kingston to look on from outside the Cell after the match as he continued the attack on his New Day teammate.

Universal Championship — Roman Reigns (c) vs. Edge: Edge made a surprise return to attack Reigns on SmackDown, leading to the match to be booked. There’s plenty of sense to why Edge would get the title shot. As the Royal Rumble winner, he was guaranteed a match for the belt at WrestleMania. However, Daniel Bryan forced his way in, making the WrestleMania clash a triple threat. Edge is owed his opportunity and will receive it at Money in the…

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