The WWE held their Money In The Bank pay-per-view, which was Smackdown brand only, and which had two very surprising superstars holding Money In The Back briefcases at the end of the night. In the first ever women’s Money In The Bank match, many expected an established star like either Charlotte or Becky Lynch to walk away with the briefcase, but shockingly up-and-comer Carmella won the briefcase with the help of her on-air boyfriend James Ellsworth. This shows that the WWE has been very happy with Carmella’s heel work since she debuted on the roster, and rewarded her with a near guaranteed title. Of course she won the briefcase in controversial fashion, and storyline Smackdown general manager Daniel Bryan was very upset following the match on Twitter, so do not be surprised if this sets up an angle with Becky Lynch and Carmella feuding over the briefcase. In the main event, most fans would have predicted AJ Styles or Nakamura or Kevin Owens to win the briefcase, as all three have become huge stars over the last two years, Nakamura over the last few months. I personally thought seeing a heel Kevin Owens, constantly teasing title cash ins would be fun to see, he would be incredible at it. However the WWE went another direction, and booked bad ass heel Baron Corbin to win the briefcase, which shocked many fans. While the WWE has been pushing Corbin for some time, the WWE Universe has yet to buy in, Corbin looks like a badass and has a few cool moves but his ability to tell a story in the ring and his in ring work in general is still a work in progress. This makes it official, Corbin is a made man, and he has an interesting position as a heel who is such a heel that he will even turn on other heels. The WWE had to position Corbin this way, he needs to be a threat to cash in the briefcase at all times, even with the WWE Title on fellow mega heel Jinder Mahal. If you are a betting man, you are out a lot of money after Money In The Bank 2017, but I am very happy with the fact that the WWE did not go the easy route. The WWE used this pay-per-view as an opportunity to make two new stars, I hope it works, and I look forward to see both Corbin and Carmella chase the titles.