WWE Money in the Bank Live Streaming: WWE’s next major pay-per-view after Hell in a Cell is the Money in the Bank. The Hell in Cell PPV took place this past week on Sunday, and it was a major hit. The WWE Championship bout between Drew McIntyre and Bobby Lashley was the main event of the night grabbing many eyeballs.
Meanwhile, one of the matches whose end raised many eyebrows was the Raw Women’s Championship bout between Rhea Ripley and Charlotte. Being a champion, Ripley intentionally forced a disqualification that didn’t go well for Queen Charlotte Flair.
— Zachary Peralez (@PeralezZachary) June 21, 2021
The road to Money in the Bank kicked off this week on WWE Raw. Five Money in the Bank qualifying matches took place in tonight’s event, and we have got three men and four women to feature in the ladder match from WWE Raw. Ricochet, John Morrison & Riddle will feature among the men, whereas, Alexa Bliss, Naomi, Asuka, and Nikki Cross will be the women featuring in the ladder match from Monday Night Raw.
Also, the WWE Championship and Raw Women’s Championship would be on the line at Money in the Bank PPV. Rhea Ripley will defend her title against Charlotte in a rematch from Hell in a Cell, whereas Bobby Lashley will defend the coveted WWE Championship against New Day’s Kofi Kingston.
Where will WWE Money in the Bank take place?
WWE Money in the Bank will be a three-hour show, which will take place at the Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas.- This would be the first PPV barring Wrestlemania 37 to take place in front of live fans.
When will WWE Money in the Bank get started? Date.
WWE Money in the Bank will take place on Sunday, 18th July 2021. (Monday, 19th July in India)
When will WWE Money in the Bank get started? Time.
The Indian viewers can watch Money in the Bank at 5:30 AM.
Where to Watch WWE Money in the Bank Live Streaming?
The live streaming of Money in the Bank will take place on the Peacock Network for the viewers in the United States. However, Indian viewers can enjoy Money in the Bank Live on the Sony Sports Network sports channels Ten 1/HD in English commentary, Ten 3/HD in Hindi commentary, and Ten 4/HD in Tamil & Telugu commentary.