For the first time ever, five women will vie for a briefcase containing a guaranteed shot at the SmackDown Women's Championship in a grueling Ladder match. Every week, every month, every year, we just keep breaking more and more barriers and making history and just proving who the women really are in WWE. But as the WWE continues to promote the women's revolution, Money in the Bank was a horrific misstep as on this night, women weren't allowed to climb as high as a man.
Money in the Bank 2017 is in the books, or as it should be known: Insulting Our Intelligence 101. That just leaves the big question of who won the thing. I'm eliminating Nakamura because I just feel like the sight of Nakamura carrying around a briefcase would be unusual, which leaves me with Corbin and Zayn. As Becky Lynch seemingly had the match one, much sooner than expected, the Chinless Warrior was on hand to pull the ladder, sending her to the outside as he would scale the steel and win the match on Carmella's behalf. It's common for even main events to only go ten minutes or less, leading to marquee matchups live Kevin Owens vs. Shinsuke Nakamura being inconsequential throw-away matches.
Since Lana stood tall over Naomi on this week's edition of Smackdown Live, I am going with Naomi to retain her title.
Corbin is now theoretically the number one contender to Jinder Mahal, who retained his WWE title against Randy Orton last night. The former WWE world champion is as good a choice as any of the six performers in the ladder match. As of right now, it appears that Carmella is "Ms. Money in the Bank".
Don't expect either to try to cash in their contract the night-of, no matter whether Mahal or Orton walks out as WWE Champion. As Smackdown Commissioner Shane McMahon has said before, "Smackdown is the show of opportunity" and a couple Superstars will have their chance at "opportunity" when they take home the contract in the briefcase.
I don't see him winning this match, but he will show why he is the best in the business. Also, the SmackDownTag Team Championship match consisted for Usos vs The New Day. No stranger to being a champion, the self-proclaimed "Queen" Charlotte Flair won the RAWWomen's Championship four times during her time on the red brand, but when the Superstar Shake-Up brought Charlotte to SmackDown LIVE, "The Queen" would be met with plenty of resistance from the women of SmackDown LIVE. Wrestling staff present their thoughts on Sunday's big show.
Another controversial finish was the WWE Tag Team title match. Each woman took their turn climbing the ladder, only to get cut off, and each woman took their fair share of punishment from the ladders as well.
But for specifically Naomi versus Lana, I'm going with Naomi.
But it isn't just Nikki Bella who Nikki Bella wants to see return to the ring.
WWE 2K17: Check out the WrestleSim - WWE Money in the Bank 2017 video for the full prediction but.Winners: The Usos.
WWE SmackDownTag Team Championship - The Usos (Jey and Jimmy Uso) (c) vs. Having Ellsworth playing the cowardly heel manager is a good move, and Carmella winning the briefcase seems logical. I think it would be better to have a heel holding the briefcase, as there's far more tension when whoever can cash in is crafty enough to pick the ideal moment.
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