*Spoiler* Charlotte Flair defeats Rhea Ripley



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*Spoiler* Charlotte Flair defeats Rhea Ripley

During the night, from the Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas, WWE staged its first ppv of 2021, full of live audiences, with the first ppv appointment with an unrestricted audience of the last two years, which has kept the expectations of the fans high until the last second, not leaving the members of the WWE Universe absolutely unhappy or embittered after the event.

Among the many surprises dedicated to fans for the evening, which was already presumed to be a sensational evening for some time, also due to the company's return on the road, there were certainly the two victories of the respective Money in the Bank Ladder match, from part of Big E and Nikki ASH, who tore the two coveted briefcases from the ceiling of the arena, leaving both colleagues and fans astonished for much of the evening.

To leave the fans of the company satisfied, however, not only the matches valid for the suitcases have thought of it, but also the matches valid for the category titles, with some disputes that have also seen the reigning champion change, so as to add suspense, surprise and warmth to the event.

Charlotte Flair made history once again at Money in the Bank as she captured her 14th title in a superb match against Rhea Ripley. The Queen proved her pedigree on the night, and her veteran experience won her the bout.

Charlotte Flair made history once again at Money in the Bank

The Usos, who beat the competition of the Mysterio family, consisting of Rey and Dominik, and Charlotte Flair snatched the title from the flanks of former NXT Rhea Ripley.

The daughter of the Nature Boy has in fact tried in every way to return to win her much loved title, succeeding, in the end, thanks to her Figure 8, only after having impacted the enemy against the support stake of the ring and after hitting her more and more several times in the leg, weakening it until it gives way.

The Mysterios, on the other hand, was not enough with the new entry complete with a mask to keep the titles firmly on their sides, with the WWE project linked to the Roman Reigns family, which continues despite yet another arrest in the private life of Jimmy Uso, who according to many insiders and fans it could have brought Jey's twin brother's career to a halt with WWE.

The two athletes of Samoan origins thus beat the father-son couple, in the kick-off of the evening, once again becoming Smackdown pair champions and thus joining Roman Reigns, with the trio that now holds three belts of the blue side of the company.