WWE Money in the Bank: Kofi Kingston’s big dream, want to thrash Bobby Lashley for WWE title on 18 July, Follow live

WWE Money in the Bank

WWE Money in the Bank- Can Kofi Kingston thrash Bobby Lashley? WWE’s next PPV event, Money in the Bank, is scheduled for 18 July at the Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas. The event will host two ladder matches, but along with it, the WWE Championship bout has also been announced. The All-Mighty WWE Champion Bobby Lashley will take on Kofi Kingston in an excruciating contest after the latter challenged the champion this past week on Monday Night Raw.

WWE Money in the Bank: Kofi’s path of redemption

WWE Money in the Bank- Can Kofi Kingston thrash Bobby Lashley? This past week on Monday Night Raw, Bobby Lashley completely decimated Kofi’s New Day brother Xavier Woods in a Hell in a Cell match. After the bout got over, Bobby Lashley continued his assault as he locked Woods in a Hurt Lock and his sidekick MVP locked the Cell leaving Kofi to scream in agony. 

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Whatever transpired on Raw this past week must have worked as a booster for Kofi as the former world champion will look for redemption on Lashley for Xavier Woods. Will KofiMania come at Money in the Bank PPV this year?

WWE Money in the Bank prediction: Bobby Lashley vs. Kofi Kingston prediction

Bobby Lashley’s intimidating and dominant figure puts the favorites tag on him for this quintessential match. The All-Mighty WWE Champion, with his heel persona, is dominating the Red brand. However, the man he is going to face at the Money in the Bank PPV is the person who was the first to pin him since his WWE title reign, with some assist from Drew McIntyre.

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Kofi has been a prominent figure in the Red brand, who operates in both mid and high match cards. Pinning the All-Mighty champion, irrespective of the manner, would be a sheer advantage for him heading into the bout. But pinning the champion again would be a real task in hand.

We are backing Bobby Lashley to retain his title and head into the next major PPV Summerslam 2021 as the WWE Champion.