This past Sunday, the stars of the "SmackDown Live" roster participated in the 2017 WWE "Money in the Bank" pay-per-view. Among the matches were several championships on the line and two MITB ladder matches. All of the superstars who entered the PPV as champions left with their championship belts. That means that two MITB winners are still holding onto briefcases with title shot contracts inside. Will either the men's or women's MITB winner cash in on tonight's show? Here's the latest "SmackDown Live" preview for the Tuesday, June 20th episode.

MITB winners

The women's division competed in a first-ever edition of the "Money In The Bank" ladder match featuring women's superstars. While it appeared Becky Lynch was going to climb the ladder and retrieve the briefcase, she was stopped by Carmella's sidekick James Ellsworth. Not only did he tip the ladder over, but since Carmella was still recovering on the mat, he climbed the ladder, unhooked the briefcase and dropped it down to Carmella, which appears to have made her the winner. However, the "SmackDown" powers that be including Shane McMahon and returning General Manager Daniel Bryan will have an announcement regarding how that match ended.

In the men's match, Shinsuke Nakamura and AJ Styles had an epic battle late in the ladder match, and each made a climb on opposite sides of the ladder.

However, "The Lone Wolf" Baron Corbin entered the ring and tipped them both off the ladder before making the climb with nobody to stop him. Corbin had also attacked Nakamura before the match started, trying to get rid of at least one competitor. That kept Shinsuke out of a good part of the match, but one would think Nakamura may want to gain some more revenge on Corbin.

Will they meet in the ring again?

As mentioned, all three of the current champions left with their belts as of Sunday. The Usos retained their belts by simply leaving the match against New Day to get counted out. That will likely have the "SmackDown Live" Commissioner and GM giving the challengers another shot at the Usos.

Naomi was able to beat the debuting superstar Lana in the "SmackDown" women's title match.

However, Carmella teased a cash-in towards the end of the match, letting the champ know she's lurking. What's next for Naomi and will Carmella cash in during tonight's show?

Jinder Mahal also retained his title thanks to The Singh Brothers causing distractions at ringside. After the duo had taunted and threatened Randy Orton's father at ringside, "The Viper" went ballistic, attacking both of them despite the fact they'd been ordered to leave ringside. All of that allowed Mahal to strike Orton once he reentered the ring, and capture a pinfall victory. Will Orton get another shot at regaining his title? Also, will Baron Corbin decide to cash in his briefcase tonight or save it for another time?

Tonight's new episode of the blue brand will also feature the return of GM Daniel Bryan, and possibly the first appearance on the show by brand new roster members, Maria and Mike Kanellis.

How to watch 'SmackDown Live'

The latest episode of WWE's "SmackDown Live" for Tuesday, June 20th will be shown starting at 8 p.m. Eastern Time. Live television coverage is offered exclusively on the USA Network. To watch the show live streaming, cable and satellite viewers can log into the USA Network website or compatible apps.

Another way to watch "SmackDown Live" via live stream feed is through a SlingTV subscription. The USA network is among the channels included on one of the two SlingTV packages. New customers can sign up for a one-week free trial in order to watch "SmackDown" tonight and the next episode of "Raw" on Monday. See more details at for how to sign up and watch tonight's WWE show.