WWE Money in the Bank 2021 is an upcoming WWE pay-per-view (PPV) event, produced annually in May or June by professional wrestling promotion WWE.
This year's WWE Money in the Bank 2021 may take place on May 2, 2021. It will be the twelfth event under the Money in the Bank chronology.
Last year's WWE Money in the Bank was broadcast on May 10, 2020. While the majority of the event aired live from the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida, the show's eponymous ladder matches were pre-recorded on April 15 at WWE's Titan Towers global headquarters building in Stamford, Connecticut.
Eight matches were contested at the event, including one on the Kickoff pre-show. In the main event, Otis and Asuka won their respective Money in the Bank ladder matches, which were contested at the same time. In other prominent matches.
Drew McIntyre defeated Seth Rollins to retain the WWE Championship, Braun Strowman defeated Bray Wyatt to retain the Universal Championship, and Bayley defeated Tamina to retain the SmackDown Women's Championship.
Preview & Prediction...
It's too early to predict WWE Money in the Bank 2021, but we will let you comply with some of our picks that you can see below.
Bayley Vs. Asuka
Bayley Vs. Asuka goes Our first pick of the WWE Money in the Bank 2021. Last year, Asuka defeated Carmella, Dana Brooke, Lacey Evans, Nia Jax, and Shayna Baszler in a Money in the Bank ladder match for the WWE Raw Women's Championship.
Bayley and Asuka both have locked the horns multiple times in NXT. On April 1, Asuka defeated Bayley by technical submission to win the NXT Women's Championship at NXT TakeOver: Dallas. Asuka again defeated Bayley on August 20 at NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn II.
Asuka lost the Raw Women's Championship to Sasha Banks at The Horror Show at Extreme Rules after she indirectly blinded the referee with the green mist and Bayley removed the referee's shirt, put it on herself and counted the pinfall, which was unofficial.
The next night on Raw, Stephanie McMahon ruled that the result was reversed to a no-contest, meaning that Asuka retained the championship, despite Banks having taken possession of the actual belt.
However, the following week, Asuka officially lost the title via count out in their rematch, where the belt could change hands by pinfall, submission, count out, disqualification or interference. Sasha Banks won the title when Asuka chose to get herself counted out to save Sane, from an attack by Bayley.
This also marked Sane's final appearance in WWE, as she left the company to be with her new husband in Japan, therefore disbanding the Kabuki Warriors.
I think Bayley Vs. Asuka will be a great match if it happens.