DAYTON, Ohio — Pundits and purists saw Carmella’s Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match victory as anything but F-A-B-U-L-O-U-S … but haters gonna hate, right?
Flanked by the man who was instrumental in her victory this past Sunday, James Ellsworth, The Princess of Staten Island said she was unconcerned with tarnishing history or “girl power.” What she cared about was being the first-ever Ms. Money in the Bank and ushering in the “Fabulous Era of Carmella.”
Ms. Money in the Bank made it clear that she believed no action could be taken against her, declaring that the rules implicitly state that the first Superstar in the match to take possession of the briefcase is the victor. She also cited several instances of Superstars winning the briefcase in controversial fashion. Booming with confidence via her interpretation of the law, Carmella stated that no one, not even returning SmackDown LIVE General Manager Daniel Bryan, could take the briefcase away from her.