Numerous viewers reported having technical issues while watching the live stream of the 2021 WWE Money in the Bank PPV on Peacock. The picture started going in and out during Matt Riddle’s backstage segment with King Nakamura and Rik Boogs. During the entrances for the men’s Money in the Bank ladder match, WWE tweeted that Peacock fixed the problem…
Peacock has resolved the issue. Users may need to exit and re-enter the stream.
— WWE (@WWE) July 19, 2021
The technical issues were said to be with Peacock and not WWE. International viewers watching on the WWE Network did not experience problems with the live stream. This was one reason why WWE did not stop the show and Mike Johnson of PWInsider.com also noted the following…
“WWE wasn’t initially aware there were any issues. The problems were only with Peacock in the United States and the issues were not emanating from Fort Worth, Texas.”
The only reference to the issues during the PPV occurred when Pat McAfee said that Edge’s eyes were “fluttering like Peacock.”
— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) July 19, 2021