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WWE Money in the Bank 2021 Results

Good evening everyone! Welcome back to a live crowd at the Dickie’s Arena in Fort Worth, Texas for “Money in the Bank”! Tonight, five championship matches are on the card, and two “Money in the Bank” Ladder matches, where the winner gets to challenge for either a WWE Championship or a Universal Championship opportunity for the men, or the “Raw” or “Smackdown” Women’s Championship opportunity, at any time, up to one year!  It has been a very long 16 month hiatus, but it sure is glad to have the crowds back to a live event. With that said, let’s get started!

  1.  The Usos (Jimmy and Jey Uso) vs. The Mysterios (Rey and Dominik Mysterio): WWE Smackdown Tag Team Championships. Winners and NEW Smackdown Tag Team Champions: The Usos!
  2. Alexa Bliss vs. Liv Morgan vs. Nikki A. S. H. vs. Natalya vs. Tamina vs. Zelina Vega vs. Naomi vs. Asuka: Women’s “Money in the Bank” Ladder Match. Winner: Nikki A.S.H.!
  3. The Viking Raiders (Erik and Ivar) vs. AJ Styles and Omos: WWE Raw Tag Team Championships. Winners and STILL Raw Tag Team Champions: AJ Styles and Omos!
  4. Kofi Kingston vs. Bobby Lashley (w/ MVP): WWE Championship. Winner and STILL WWE Champion: Bobby Lashley!
  5. Rhea Ripley vs. Charlotte Flair: WWE Raw Women’s Championship. Winner and NEW Raw Women’s Champion: Charlotte Flair!
  6. Ricochet vs. Riddle vs. Big E vs. King Nakamura vs. Seth Rollins vs. Kevin Owens vs. John Morrison vs. Drew McIntyre: Men’s “Money in the Bank” Ladder Match. Winner: Big E!
  7. Edge vs. Roman Reigns (w/ Paul Heyman): WWE Universal Championship. Winner and STILL Universal Champion: Roman Reigns!

Well, tonight was interesting. It was great seeing a live crowd once again. The event started out pretty bad but got better as the night went on. Some matches were better than others. The best matches I have to say were the Edge/Roman and Men’s “Money in the Bank” Ladder Matches. Even the Ripley/Charlotte match was decent, up until the end.

As for surprises, there weren’t any until the end, where John Cena comes out and gets in the face of Roman Reigns. Sounds like they are setting up for something at “SummerSlam”. Honestly, I think that Cena should earn a championship, instead of being handed one. And then, Jinder, Veer, and Shanky taking out McIntyre was kind of sad but expected.

If I had to give tonight a grade, it would be a C+/B-. I was expecting more out of an event that was in front of a crowd for the first time in over a year.  Here’s hoping it gets better as we get closer to “SummerSlam”, which by the way will be on August 21st, from Las Vegas, Nevada! See you then!

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