In recent days, WWE has done a lot to build the Summerslam card, the company's next big event, or the summer Big Four par excellence, which this year will be broadcast on Saturday and not on Sunday, exceptionally for the first time in its history, from Las Vegas.
This move by the WWE seems to find an explanation in the boxing match between Pacquiao and Errol Spence, which will air on the same evening, just a little later, always in the same Nevada town. In order for Summerslam to become WWE's most-followed PPV this year, much more than Wrestlemania according to some sources, WWE had to invent several storylines and feuds never seen before, such as the one between Bobby Lashley and Bill Goldberg for the WWE title or the feud between Roman Reigns (heel) and the returning John Cena.
Apparently, however, one of the matches of the Big Four summer card could be in danger, let's talk about the match between Sasha Banks and Bianca Belair, valid for the absolute female title of the blue show. From what emerged from the last Newsletter of the Wrestling Observer, through the words of the well-known Bryan Alvarez, it would seem that in WWE there is still the greatest possible confusion about this situation, with the match that could be held as if nothing had happened, as there could be a cancellation, from one day to the next.
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In fact, during his latest update, Alvarez stated: "We still don't know what's going on between Sasha Banks and Bianca Belair. They have both been knocked out by multiple events.
Of course, they were still in the ring this Friday. A Sasha Banks vs Bianca Belair is still advertised for Summerslam both on the WWE official website and during Raw, but of course, they also advertised Charlotte for Charlotte weeks ago when they knew it couldn't be there.
So, I don't know if we will read anything about this situation. I think we will see shortly. We now have the Summerslam card for Saturday." Fans will be relieved at reports that the match will proceed as earlier advertised.
Bianca Belair and Sasha Banks first battled over the SmackDown Women's Championship during Night One of WrestleMania 37. The women made history that night as they main-evented the show. The match was also great, with both women enjoying terrific in-ring chemistry. The EST of WWE won the match and has kept the SmackDown Women's Title since.