2. NXT Star Overtakes Trish Stratus’ Title Reign Record, Spoiler On Who’ll Win The Second Women’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match On SmackDown Live
– NXT Star Overtakes Trish Stratus’ Title Reign Record
Current NXT Women’s Champion Asuka has overtaken WWE Hall of Famer Trish Stratus in the list of the longest Women’s Title reigns. As of today, Asuka has been the NXT Women’s Champion for 449 days. Below are the top 4 longest Women’s Title reigns in WWE & NXT history:
Fabulous Moolah – 10,170 days (1956-84)
Rockin’ Robin – 502 days (1988-90)
Asuka – 449 days (2016-17)
Trish Stratus – 448 days (2005-06)
– Spoiler On Who’ll Win The Second Women’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match On SmackDown Live
As we all know, a second Women’s Money In The Bank ladder match will take place on the upcoming episode of SmackDown Live. Below is what WWE posted regarding this:
The women of SmackDown LIVE will get another opportunity to make history this Tuesday in the second-ever Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match.
The first match at WWE Money in the Bank was supposed to be a historic occasion, though it was arguably tarnished when James Ellsworth knocked Becky Lynch off a ladder, then climbed it himself. He retrieved the briefcase and tossed it down to a waiting Carmella. The Princess of Staten Island and Ellsworth gloated on SmackDown LIVE, flaunting in the faces of the WWE Universe that they had done nothing wrong by the letter of the law in the WWE Rulebook.
However, Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch, Natalya and Tamina saw things differently, and the four women urged SmackDown LIVE General Manager Daniel Bryan to “do the right thing.”
After considering all options, Bryan revealed that all five women would compete in another Ladder Match for the guaranteed title opportunity. Bryan took the briefcase from an astonished Carmella and announced on WWE Talking Smack that Ellsworth will be banned from ringside.
With Ellsworth’s meddling out of the equation, will Carmella be able to retrieve the coveted contract again, or will one of the other four Superstars be calling themselves Ms. Money in the Bank? Find out this Tuesday on SmackDown LIVE at 8/7 C on USA Network!
Carmella is expected to win this Money In The Bank ladder match on her own and officially become Ms. Money In The Bank once again.