As you can see in the video above, Corbin made a decision to end SmackDown by sneaking up on Shinsuke Nakamura and planting him in the centre of the ring with his "End of Days" finisher.
Two men that will also see ladder match action at Money In The Bank will face off this week.
Lana is back on WWE television, and she's already getting a title shot.
The current United States ChampionKevin Owens recently posted a tweet that he injured his thumb but it is a very minor injury so obviously he will not miss any ring time.
Last week, SmackDown Live put on an excellent show that combined fantastic wrestling and storytelling which built towards the blue brands next PPV, Money in the Bank, and after a strong Monday Night Raw, the superstars of SmackDown will be looking to put on another high-quality show to match. The good guys were in control, but then Lana came out and interfered in the match, tripping Naomi on the ring apron and allowing Tamina to hit her with a superkick and get the pin. He countered a rollup from Dolph and converted it into the Styles Clash to earn the victory.
The New Day turns to Breezango for the dirt on SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos, offering male rompers for their case files.
Mojo Rawley wanted a match against Jinder Mahal and Shane granted him one.
Big E & Xavier Woods (with Kofi Kingston) def.
After Shane McMahon questions whether Lana deserves the SmackDown Women's Title Match at WWE Money in the Bank, The Ravishing Russian promises to prove her doubters wrong. But, the champion was able to hit with the Khallas to pick up the win. After the match, the Usos appeared to run down the New Day.
Corbin had been viewing the match from ringside while providing commentary after he had ambushed Sami Zayn earlier backstage who was scheduled to be a guest commentator.