WWE adds another huge match to SummerSlam
by SIMONE BRUGNOLI | VIEW 428
Throughout the year, there are several large premium live events that WWE fans follow with much more interest. Obviously, first of all, there is Wrestlemania, the greatest creation of Vince Mcmahon, patron of the Stamford-based company, which brings to the United States, every year, hundreds and hundreds of fans from all over the world and from all continents, the which flock to a stadium or a huge arena in the States, to follow the vicissitudes of the most important pro-wrestling superstars in the world.
Immediately after Wrestlemania, however, comes another great event: SummerSlam. This's an event that takes place, as the name suggests, in the summer, and this year repeats on Saturday and not on Sunday, like almost all the premium live events that WWE offers, even if after Covid things have changed a bit.
Summerslam is obviously the most watched event since Wrestlemania, with the summer Big Four coming with hotel packages, just like the Showcase of the Immortals, for fans who come from outside.
Latest news on SummerSlam
In recent weeks, WWE has been slowly building the card of the most anticipated event of the summer (SummerSlam), with Money in the Bank making it clear how things would evolve and with some protagonists who have already reappeared on-screen, for the event that will air on July 30th from Nashville, Tennessee.
Of course, the biggest contention WWE has already confirmed for that date is the Wrestlemania 38 rematch between Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns, with the undisputed WWE main roster champion carrying on two reigns since then, having also snatched the WWE Champion belt from the Federation Beast.
Furthermore, during the last hours, WWE also wanted to confirm yet another title match after the rematch of Money in the Bank between Lashley and Theory, with such a dispute that it will in turn be a rematch of MITB, but for the couple titles , with the Usos who will go to defend their 4 belts from the attack of the Street Profits.
But let's see the momentary card of the event, which still lacks several matches: - Roman Reigns vs Brock Lesnar in a Last Man Standing match for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship - Happy Corbin vs Pat McAfee - Bobby Lashley vs Theory for the US title - The Usos vs Street Profits for the Undisputed Tag Team Championship.
Last summer, prior to the transition to NXT 2.0, Triple H was forced to step away from the black-and-gold brand due to issues with his heart. In his absence, the brand underwent several changes, and it has turned into the product you see today.