Sunday night Carmella won the first ever women's Money in the Bank ladder match at the Money in the Bank pay-per-view, but her win was surrounded by controversy.
Bryan will make his first appearance on television since April to address the controversial finish of the first-ever Women's Money in the Bank ladder match, which saw Carmella win the briefcase after it was retrieved by James Ellsworth.
Since teaming with The Princess of Staten Island, Ellsworth has become a thorn in the side of many of her competitors, through ill-advised comments or well-timed interferences in Carmella's matches.
Elsewhere, Shinsuke Nakamura, AJ Styles, Sami Zayn, Baron Corbin, Kevin Owens and Dolph Ziggler risked it all in the company's annual multi-man main event stunt show to get potentially the next stab at Mahal's title. Or indeed, can the WWE Universe for that matter now that the chip on his shoulder would only have been heightened by his victory?
WWE has loaded up next week's show from San Diego in addition to the title match between Lana and SmackDown Women's Champion Naomi.
After Brie Bella brought Birdie Joe into this world on May 9, the pro wrestling fraternity was unanimous in showering their goodwill on the happy couple and their first child.
Daniel Bryan will be returning to SmackDown Live this Tuesday, and the show will presumably open with Bryan and McMahon taking action against James Ellsworth, possibly even calling for a new ladder match to determine who should get the Money in the Bank contract.
Or would it? Like the old adage goes "anything can happen in WWE".
Also, will he be able to pick up where he left off with the commissioner, Shane McMahon?
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