WWE Money in the Bank 2021: 3 things that shouldn’t happen on pay-per-view and 3 things that should
We’re all set for this year’s edition of WWE Money in the Bank Pay-Per-View. The match card appears stacked with five big title fights scheduled for the night. Of course, the biggest highlights of the event will include the Men and Women Money in the Bank Ladder matches, which will see several superstars go head to head for a guaranteed title opportunity.
Here, we’ll take a look at what should happen to Money in the Bank payout on Sunday and what shouldn’t happen.
# 3 Shouldn’t happen at Money in the Bank 2021: Roman Reigns loses his Universal Championship
Edge made a surprise return to WWE SmackDown and went straight after Roman Reigns’ Universal Championship. The Superstar Rated-R demanded a Money in the Bank pay-per-view title match because he felt their WrestleMania fight was in jeopardy after Daniel Bryan was also added to the equation. He relentlessly pursued Reigns in the weeks that followed and left no opportunity to remind the tribal chief of his presence.
Over the past few weeks, WWE has shown Edge as a dominant superstar who won’t hesitate to play mind games ahead of his big game. Although he seems to have a lot of momentum on his side, he shouldn’t be leaving Money in the Bank with the Universal Championship. This match doesn’t necessarily need a title change to be a fun in-ring encounter.
The recent story of Roman Reigns and Edge points to a big match at Money in the Bank 2021. The former has spent the last year consolidating himself as one of the best heels in the business. He will most likely retain the title and continue this dominant race, especially in front of a live audience.
Plus, beating Edge would earn him huge bragging rights, and we know Paul Heyman loves having a few in store.
# 3 expected to arrive at Money in the Bank 2021: the Bloodline gets all the gold
In the weeks leading up to the Money in the Bank pay-per-view, we saw Edge brutalize Roman Reigns, Jey Uso, and Jimmy Uso. Even when the tribal chief finally managed to bring everyone in his entourage together on one page, Edge outmaneuvered them by finding new allies in Rey and Dominik Mysterio.
Not to mention, Reigns and The Usos have been involved in several altercations with WWE Tag Team Champions SmackDown.
The six men also featured in a historic tag team match at SmackDown, which ended with Jey Uso nabbing Rey Mysterio for a win. Soon it was confirmed that The Usos would challenge Rey and Dominik Mysterio for the SmackDown Tag Team titles on pay-per-view Money in the Bank.
So we got to see Reigns and The Usos wrapped in gold on Sunday night. Unless WWE plans a rematch between The Usos and The Mysterios at SummerSlam, they should be allowed to win tag team gold.
The company teased an incredibly dominant race covered in championship gold for Roman Reigns and his family. Could it all start at Money in the Bank this weekend?