Baron Corbin won the 2017 Money in the Bank ladder match after attacking Shinsuke Nakamura early on.
The match escalated quickly, as Corbin attacked Nakamura during his entrance. But Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, A.J. Styles, and Dolph Ziggler relentlessly attacked one another.
Later in the match, Zayn hit Ziggler with a sunset power bomb from the top of the ladder. However, he wiped himself out with the maneuver, too.
After hitting Owens with a suplex on the apron, Zayn climbed to the top of the ladder, and it looked like he would walk out of St. Louis as the Men’s Money in the Bank winner. However, Styles came out of nowhere and knocked Zayn off the ladder. Then, Corbin took out Styles by choke slamming him on the ladder outside the ring.
Styles later got up and climbed back into the ring to retrieve the briefcase. But Owens stopped him in his tracks. To take out Owens, The Phenomenal One slammed him on the ladder outside the ring.
Then, Styles climbed back into the ring and scaled the ladder, putting himself in the perfect position to win. As Styles grabbed the briefcase, Ziggler took the ladder from under him, and Styles hung from the suspended briefcase.
Styles later fell, and Corbin tried to take advantage by attempting to climb the ladder. Unfortunately for him, though, Nakamura came out to the ring and began to attack anyone in his path.
Moments later, Styles and Nakamura collided to see who would obtain the briefcase. As Nakamura ran towards Styles to hit the Kinshasa, Styles connected with the Phenomenal Forearm. They both returned to their feet, climbed up to the top of the ladder, and began to trade blows.
But Corbin pushed both of them off the ladder, climbed to the top, and won the match. Corbin will look to cash in his briefcase in the future. Jinder Mahal retained his title against Randy Orton, so Mahal better keep his eyes peeled. The Lone Wolf will strike at any moment.
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