Money in the Bank was a pay-per-view that will be remembered over time. At the time of this writing, only a short time has passed since pay-per-view and many are declaring it the best of the year.
It’s hard to argue, especially when WWE Brings forth such an incredible event from beginning to end. It’s unbelievable to think about, but from regular Tag Team Title matches to Money in the Bank ladder matches to World Championship matches – every single match was delivered as needed.
Here are a few things that WWE simply told us about Money in the Bank 2021:
#6. Money in the Bank is Big E Money in 2021 – but what’s the result?
it’s official – big e Mr Money in the Bank is 2021. The last time WWE fans saw a Men’s Money in the Bank winner, they were hyped about Dean Ambrose in 2016.
In that period, women’s Money in the Bank was introduced, while the next four winners of the men’s Money in the Bank match were Baron Corbin, Braun Strowman, Brock Lesnar, and Otis.
One of those names is not like the other, but the reality is that the Men’s Money in the Bank briefcase has been misused since 2017. Big E is the new winner and things are about to move on.
Let’s take a look at what was subtly hinted during the Men’s Money in the Bank ladder match. First, WWE teased a match between Drew McIntyre And Big E – one that got huge pop.
Secondly, WWE did not so subtly reveal that Jinder Mahal vs Drew McIntyre is the schedule for SummerSlam. It was a good decision as fans did not want to see McIntyre win the Money in the Bank briefcase. Scottish Warriors needs a non-title brawl and facing a member of his former 3MB faction seems to be in the right direction for him.
Everyone had their role in the match, and Seth Rollins was even close to winning, before Big E hit him with a Big Ending from the highest rung of the ladder.
A disappointed Rollins announced backstage that he would be next in line for a Universal Championship opportunity. It’s not happening the way things played out – but we’ll get to that later.
As for Big E, he now has a golden ticket to the entire WWE. We won’t be surprised to see that he’s been holding the briefcase for a while and is likely drafted to Raw. There, he could become the man to oust Bobby Lashley.