- Above is video of Stephanie McMahon talking about the first-ever women's Money In the Bank Ladder Match while backstage at tonight's WWE SmackDown in New Orleans. That match will take place this Sunday at the Money In the Bank pay-per-view with Charlotte Flair, Natalya, Carmella, Becky Lynch and Tamina Snuka.
Stephanie says she felt pride and excitement when the match was announced, even though it was made on SmackDown and by her brother Shane McMahon. Stephanie knows these 5 women hold themselves to a high standard and she believes they are setting the bar really high. She believes they're feeling the pressure and are nervous but they will still over-deliver as they always do. Regarding the next first for the women's division, Stephanie says we've seen the first Iron Man, Hell In a Cell and Money In the Bank matches but what has to be next is the first-ever women's WrestleMania main event match.
- As seen on tonight's SmackDown, WWE aired footage of a young fan named Jarrius "Little JJ" Robertson being honored before the show hit the air with a WWE Hero award. Jarrius has a rare liver disease and has been featured in New Orleans media for more than a year now. He's made a few appearances with the NFL's New Orleans Saints and interviewed several WWE Superstars back in January. Below are photos and videos of Jarrius at tonight's SmackDown:
Mojo Rawley (@MojoRawleyWWE) June 14, 2017