Possible Spoiler On Becky Lynch’s WWE Return


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Money in the Bank is an upcoming professional wrestling pay-per-view and WWE Network event produced by WWE for their Raw and SmackDown brand divisions. It is scheduled to take place on July 18, 2021 at Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas. wikipedia.orgMoney in the Bank (2021)

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- Edge spoke to Kurt Angle on his podcast about his tag team chemistry with Rey Mysterio, whom he will team with on Friday on SmackDown.

- TBS has renewed its unscripted competition series “Go-Big Show” for a second season, with DJ Khaled joining as a celebrity judge, replacing Snoop Dogg.






LOS ANGELES (July 14, 2021) – TBS has greenlit a second season of its extreme talent competition series, “Go-Big Show,” which begins production this August in Georgia. Grammy Award-winning producer and artist, DJ Khaled has been confirmed to join the celebrity judging panel for season two alongside Rosario Dawson, Jennifer Nettles, Cody Rhodes and host Bert Kreischer. “Go-Big Show” is produced by Propagate and Boat Rocker Studios, through Matador Content.

The 10-episode, hour-long series will go bigger next season and feature some of the most extreme and death defying acts from around the country. “Go-Big Show” currently ranks as the #3 Cable Comedy, reaching more than 34 million viewers.

“Go-Big Show” showcases supersized talents on a scale never before seen on television. The debut season featured monster trucks, alligator trainers, stunt archery and other radical feats; the program celebrates daring acts alongside personal, behind-the-scenes stories from the challengers as they battle head-to-head to impress the judges and advance toward the finale’s ultimate $100,000 prize.

“When you find a show and personalities that come together so authentically and bring joy and wow to an audience, you go big with your commitment to it,” said Brett Weitz, General Manager, TBS, TNT and truTV. “Viewers turned in week after week to see both what amazing acts our contestants could perform and what our judges reactions would be. We are committed to bringing this type of television to our fans for years to come.”

“DJ Khaled is a larger than life personality, so of course Khaled was our only option to go even bigger this season,” said Corie Henson, EVP and head of unscripted programming for TBS, TNT and truTV. “His energy is absolutely infectious and authentic. These contestants are the very best at what they do, and no one understands that kind of passion better than Khaled.”

DJ Khaled is a multiplatinum artist, music industry visionary, innovative influencer, mogul, and mega-producer. He has achieved dozens of multiplatinum and gold certifications, including the sextuple-platinum Billboard Hot 100 #1 “I’m The One” [feat. Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper, & Lil Wayne], quadruple-platinum “Wild Thoughts” [feat. Rihanna & Bryson Tiller], and double-platinum “No Brainer” [feat. Justin Bieber, Chance the Rapper, & Quavo]. The latter propelled his 2019 album, “Father of Asahd” [We The Best Music Group/Epic Records], to the top of the charts. Not only did it garner a platinum certification, but it also became his third consecutive Top 2 debut on the Billboard Top 200 and emerged as the “#1 Most-Streamed Record” upon release. To date, he has moved 20 million singles and 6 million albums in addition to gathering 4 billion-plus streams. Additionally,he joined Will Smith and Martin Lawrence for the #1 box office smash “Bad Boys For Life” and took the stage at GRAMMY Awards where he appeared during the emotionally charged Nipsey Hussle Tribute and received his first-ever honor in the category of “Best Rap/Sung Performance” for “Higher” [feat. Nipsey Hussle & John Legend].

"Go-Big Show" is produced by Propagate and Matador Content, a Boat Rocker Company. The series is executive produced by Todd Lubin of Matador Content and Jay Peterson of Boat Rocker Studios, Unscripted; Howard T. Owens, Ben Silverman, and Gregory Lipstone of Propagate; showrunner Conrad Green; Bert Kreischer, Rosario Dawson and DJ Khaled.

- WWE has announced that Riddle, John Morrison, and Zelina Vega will be appearing on a special Sunday edition of The Bump this weekend before Money in the Bank 2021. You can check out the announcement below:

- Xavier Woods reflects on the largest pops he's ever heard:

I’m not sure but from ones I’ve experienced. Goldberg winning the world title was when I thought my adolescent ears were going to bleed. @HEELZiggler cashing in was unreal. And if there was a roof when the Hardy’s came back at mania I think it would have come off.

- Peacock has added the missing episodes of WWE's The Main Event specials into The Saturday Night's Main Event library on Peacock.

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Life Lessons from Auntie Betty: No. He doesn’t need my permission for anything. We make massive life changing decisions as a team because we’re partners and put our kids’ future first always. We respect each other’s dreams and opinions. That’s marriage. Have a great day! https://t.co/qlsIrTebjX

- Destiny returns to live wrestling action in Ontario Sunday, August 22.

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Money in the Bank: Which Woman will Win The 2021 Event

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The Money in the Bank ladder match is one of the staples of WWE programming each and every year. While it doesn’t have the same luster as something like the Royal Rumble, it is still one of the more exciting proponents of WWE year in and year out. Both the men’s and women’s ladder matches for this year’s PPV are stacked and have some serious chances of making a new star — which they are in dire need of.

Here’s a look at this year’s true contenders for the Women’s Money in the Bank and who we believe could be walking out Sunday as a potential future world champion.

Alexa Bliss has been a key player on WWE television for years now, but her current form is still one that the company and fans are still trying to figure out. She has had the ability to use the magic of sorts to control her opponents, get in their heads, and sike them out to allow her to win time and time again. No one is too sure of how far that magic can go, but if what we saw is any indication, it could control ladders and give her a real chance to become a two-time Money in the Bank winner. It’ll be interesting to see how she is kept down in this match (or if at all).

If no one can figure her out, she is not only winning this match but adding another title run to her impressive list of accolades — even if she is no longer the same person she once was as “The Goddess.”

Liv Morgan has been doing everything in her power to prove to everyone that she is worthy of a spot in the ladder match. Morgan has defeated Carmella and Zelina Vega in recent weeks to earn the chance to be a part of this match and could shock the world now that she is in it. The 27-year-old has only got better and better so this finally feels like the time she can capture the chance she has long wanted. Her saying is “Watch Me.” Well on Sunday, the world will be as Morgan can reach her potential in one special night.

Naomi has been someone that people want to return to glory for what feels like years now. Injuries and little to no direction have led to her not only having little success but being a part of multiple movements on Twitter. When she and Asuka earned the chance to enter the match, it certainly felt as though maybe, just maybe this could be her chance to get back to the top. The former two-time SmackDown Women’s Champion has been called by the likes of Mustafa Ali as the most underrated women’s wrestler in the history of WWE. That’s saying a lot, but it’s hard to disagree in some aspects. She’s at least one of the most popular and should show everyone on Sunday that she still has what it takes to be champion.

The rumors have begun to swirl and confirm what we here have already been thinking for weeks now. With one spot left in the match and Sonya Deville announcing each and every women’s competitor from the SmackDown brand, it only seems right that she deems it necessary to crown herself as the final participant in the match. If that indeed happens as it looks, Deville should instantly become the favorite to win the match. There’s been potential in Deville for years now. Someone that not only can be a great champion but someone who completely “gets it.” Her work as the equal of Adam Pearce has shown that not only does she have it down in the ring, but her charisma is beginning to show as well.

As a heel or babyface, Deville can be and should be money for WWE. It’s time they make a star with the briefcase once again. It’s been a while and Deville makes all the sense in the world. A look that kills, a legitimacy that few have, and potential that should be reached sooner rather than later, Sonya Deville should be walking out of her first match in nearly a year on Sunday as the holder of the Women’s Money in the Bank.

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Possible Spoiler On Plans For Becky Lynch's WWE Return

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The Man gave birth to a baby girl months ago, and her return has been rumored for some time. PWInsider is now reporting that Becky Lynch is scheduled to be in attendance for the Money in the Bank pay-per-view on Sunday.

It’s not clear at this point in time if she will indeed be returning at the pay-per-view, but she will be in attendance.

Several weeks back Becky Lynch was in the ring training with Indi Hartwell at the WWE Performance Center as part of the process of getting her cleared for an in-ring return.

Lynch last competed at WrestleMania 36 where she defeated Shayna Baszler. Stay tuned for more updates as they become available.

WWE Money In The Bank 2021: Spoiler On PPV Match Outcomes

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WWE will be hosting Money in the Bank 2021 pay-per-view edition within a few days which should be an exciting occasion. For the first time in several months, the fans would be able to attend the event from the audience from now onwards. This particular show is set from Fort Wrath, Texas on July 18 that would also crown new MITB ladder match winners to bring changes to the title picture.

Betting odds can sometimes provide spoilers on PPV matches. Money in the Bank 2021 odds are now available via Bet Online which indicates that no titles are changing hands on the night while a mainstay face from the Raw band is likely winning the ladder match from the male roster to go back to the WWE Title picture.

Going by the odds published by Bet Online, Drew McIntyre is the current favorite to become the WWE Money in the Bank 2021 ladder match-winner with 7/4 odds by his side. Seth Rollins is in the second position with 5/2 odds while Matt Riddle and Big E both share 5/1 odd to stay in the third position.

By the looks of it, Drew McIntyre is winning the MITB ladder match that should put him into the title picture with Bobby Lashley being the champion on Raw. These betting odds are based on the ongoing storyline and the Scottish Warrior is putting up a lot of work to inch closer to that briefcase. So he might see his big moment happen, this Sunday with the fans around the ring.

As for the other Money in the Bank 2021 PPV matches, WWE Champion Bobby Lashley is a huge favorite to retain his title against Kofi Kingston. From Smackdown, Roman Reigns is the obvious favorite to keep his title reign ongoing against WWE Hall of Famer Edge. As for the Women’s Title match, both the competitors have an equal chance to leave the PPV as the champion.

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WWE Money in the Bank 2021: How to watch, start times, full card and NBC Peacock

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The card will feature two Money in the Bank ladder matches, one for the men and the other for the women. The main event will see Edge challenge for Roman Reigns' Universal Championship, while Bobby Lashley will defend his WWE Championship against Kofi Kingston. Charlotte Flair will take on Rhea Ripley for the latter's Raw Women's Championship -- and hopefully it'll get a proper finish this time. 

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As you probably know by now, Peacock is the new home of WWE's pay-per-views. The WWE Network has in essence migrated to NBC's Peacock streaming service and that's where you'll go to watch Money in the Bank 2021. Peacock has three tiers: Free, Premium and Premium Plus. To watch WWE content, you'll need a Premium subscription. The good news is that'll set you back $5 a month, less than the $10 for WWE Network. 

If you're outside of the US, you'll watch Money in the Bank 2021 on the WWE Network as usual.   

Money in the Bank takes place at Fort Worth, Texas's Dickies Arena on July 18. For those without a live ticket, it starts at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m ET. Grappling fans across the pond will have to stay up late, as the show starts at 1 a.m. UK time. In Australia, Money in the Bank begins at 10 a.m. AEST.   

Money In The Bank 2021 Match Card, How To Watch, And Predictions

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That's right, fans will be at this year's MITB PPV. This is the second time this year WWE will play in front of a live crowd, with the first being Wrestlemania. To celebrate this occasion, which slowly marks the return to normalcy, WWE has a real solid card for the PPV, with two MITB matches and four title matches so far. More bouts may be booked leading up to the event.

If you want to watch MITB, you'll need to subscribe to Peacock--or WWE Network if you're outside of the US. While Peacock has a free tier, you'll need to subscribe to Peacock Premium ($5 a month) or Peacock Premium Plus ($10 a month). The difference between the two is that Premium Plus is not ad-supported. However, both tiers of Peacock play the same stream of the PPV.

The MITB PPV main card begins at 8 PM ET / 5 PM PT, and there will be a Kickoff Show beginning one hour prior. This preshow can be watched for free on WWE's YouTube or Twitter. Typically, there will be one match on the Kickoff Show, and most of the time, it's not announced until the day of the PPV. Check out the match card below, and we'll keep updating it as more matches are added.

The biggest change for this year's Money in the Bank PPV is that both MITB matches won't be taking place at Titan Towers. Because of the 2020 pandemic, last year's event saw WWE superstars racing to the roof of Titan Towers in order to get the contract in the briefcase. It was one part wrestling match, one part comedy sketch, and one part food fight that was the breath of fresh air we needed during the pandemic era of wrestling.

This year, there are two traditional MITB matches. The men's will feature Kevin Owens, Drew McIntyre, Matt Riddle, Ricochet, John Morrison, Big E, Shinsuke Nakamura, and Seth Rollins. The women's will feature Zelina Vega, Asuka, Naomi, Alexa Bliss, Nikki A.S.H., Liv Morgan, Natalya, and one more competitor that has yet to be named.

The card may not be final as of this writing, but GameSpot's professional wrestling podcast Wrestle Buddies has a special episode for you on Thursday going over who they think will win and lose each match at Money in the Bank. Additionally, their sophisticated AI PredictionBot 3000 returns to make some predictions of its own. Come back Thursday for the episode.

Speaking of coming back, make sure to return to GameSpot on Sunday for live coverage of the event. And while you wait, why not check out recent episodes of Wrestle Buddies? Earlier this week, NXT's Johnny Gargano talked about his love of theme parks, and last week, ROH's Dalton Castle came on, and we think he might be stealing dogs.

WWE Reportedly Planning Surprises For This Weekend

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On Friday WWE will take a giant leap towards normalcy when fans return for this week’s episode of SmackDown in Houston, and the Money in the Bank pay-per-view will also have fans in attendance on Sunday.

It’s been rumored that WWE is saving some big moments for when fans return, and WrestleVotes is reporting that WWE has some “cool & exciting things” planned for this upcoming weekend.

According to the report fans should expect a surprise or two.

With the ThunderDome officially behind them, source states that WWE has some cool & exciting things planned for this weekend….. Expect a surprise or two. Truly a pivotal time in recent WWE history.

— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) July 13, 2021

What those surprises could be remain to be seen, but it was also recently reported that a big name will be returning to WWE programming soon and you can get more on that here.

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