By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
On Sunday night, the Money in the Bank pay-per-view took place at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri. Carmella stole the Women’s Money in the Ladder match.
Becky Lynch was climbing the ladder for the win, then was interfered with by James Ellsworth, who knocked her out. Ellsworth climbed the ladder, unhooked the title shot briefcase, before giving it to Carmella.
Smackdown Live! Commissioner Shane McMahon and Smackdown Live! General Manager Daniel Bryan were not pleased with how it all went down. They will reportedly address the situation on Tuesday night.
The New Day defeated The Usos. However, The Usos intentionally got themselves disqualified with a count-out to retain the Smackdown Tag Team Championship belts.
Naomi defeated Lana to retain the Smackdown Women’s Championship. Lana, who is getting a push by the WWE Creative Department, appeared to have the match one late with her spinebuster.
However, Carmella and James Ellsworth teased that Carmella was going to cash in her Money in the Bank briefcase. After Naomi won with her headscissors crucifix choke, Carmella reportedly changed her mind and did not cash in.
Jinder Mahal retained his belt over hometown native Randy Orton. The Singh Brothers were ejected after cheating — and decided to go after “Cowboy” Bob Orton instead of leaving.
Orton beat those two up, but then walked into a Khallas from Mahal to get the win.
Breezango defeated The Ascension. The Ascension jumped Tyler Breeze back stage — but his team would get the revenge, as his tag team partner Fandango used a small package to pin Viktor.
Baron Corbin won the Money in the Bank Ladder match. Corbin now has one-year to cash in his title shot opportunity.
Despite being attacked early, Shinsuke Nakamura and AJ Styles went back and forth for several minutes late in the match. Corbin shoved the two off of the ladder, before climbing the ladder to get the briefcase.
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