Last week Friday Smack down involved Money In The Bank qualifying matches. It's now 10 days to the pay- per-view event of July. A lot has been happening in the ring to gain the momentum for the event. Last Friday, Big E and King Nakamura defeated Apollo Crews and Baron Corbin. This led to Corbin's vehicle being lost too like his crown. We also watched return of Zelina Vega being turned down by Liv Morgan. Lastly Edge viciously destroying Jimmy Uso. This week, see what is going to happen.
Roman Reigns or Jey Uso will respond to Edge's attack. Remember Jimmy is real twin to Jey and a cousin to Roman Reigns. The attack and the recent arrest of Jimmy will drive his relatives crazy. This will be assumed that Edge is the reason why Jimmy appeared depressed. In the spirit of revenge and Edge trying to show up his viciousness, this will be feud. Either way Edge is likely to stand tall if both Roman reigns and Jey appear.
Big E is likely to face Baron Corbin. If this happens, then Corbin will win and restore some glory. Remember he lost precious things he could hold to. He is probably angry at everyone who comes his way. That's why he will destroy Big E with end of days. To make this interesting, Nakamura might cause a distraction and attack Corbin. This will make the match be disqualified and hence Corbin being the winner. WWE will make the match between Corbin and Big E at Money in The Bank
The Mysterios will return as they did not appear last week on Smack down. Rey and his son Dominick are the current Smack down tag team champions. They have reigned for some months by now. The Street Profits are on their neck right away. This will lead to open challenge in which Otis will be involved. It's more likely that Mysterios will retain the championships unless otherwise.
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