Money in the Bank has been in the archives for almost a week, and as usual Dave Meltzer has judged it by its stars (ranging from 1 to 5, but which can go below or above these figures). Let's see the reporter's evaluations at the event aired on July 18 from the Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, in the state of Texas Kick-off: WWE Smackdown Tag Team Championship match: The Uso's (Jimmy & Jey Uso) vs The Mysterios (Rey & Dominik Mysterio): 3.50 / 5 Main Card: Women's Money in the Bank Ladder match: Nikki A.S.H vs Asuka vs Naomi vs Alexa Bliss vs Liv Morgan vs Zelina Vega vs Natalya vs Tamina: 2.00 / 5 WWE Raw Tag Team Championship match: Omos & AJ Styles vs The Viking Raiders (Erik & Ivar): 2.50 / 5 WWE Championship match: Bobby Lashley vs Kofi Kingston: 2.00 / 5 WWE Raw Women's Championship match: Charlotte Flair vs Rhea Ripley: 4.25 / 5 Men's Money in the Bank Ladder match: Big E vs Ricochet vs John Morrison vs Riddle vs Drew Mcintyre vs Kevin Owens vs Shinsuke Nakamura vs Seth Rollins: 4.75 / 5 WWE Universal Championship match: Roman Reigns vs Edge: 4.25 / 5.
WWE Money in the Bank 2021 was a fantastic PPV
As we can see, American journalist Dave Meltzer has positively evaluated the ppv, which has again seen the fans live after Wrestlemania. The two matches with the lowest rating are the Women's Money in the Bank Ladder match (which saw Nikki A.S.H triumph) and the WWE Championship match between Bobby Lashley vs Kofi Kingston.
The match between Omos & AJ Styles against the Viking Raiders had 2.50 stars. The Kick-off match valid for the WWE Smackdown Tag Team Championship match between The Mysterios vs The Uso's received 3.50 stars. The contest between Charlotte Flair vs Rhea Ripley for the WWE Raw Women's Championship and the main event that saw Roman Reigns vs Edge received the same rating and that is 4.25 stars.
The highest-rated match is the Men's Money in the Bank Ladder match with 4.75 rating stars. Bobby Lashley and Roman Reigns also successfully defended their world titles with wins over Kofi Kingston and Edge, the latter admittedly with the help of Seth Rollins.
And then, of course, there's that little thing that happened at the end. You know what I'm talking about. John Cena has returned to WWE to confront the former Big Dog Roman Reigns.