*Spoiler* 2022 SummerSlam: Results

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*Spoiler* 2022 SummerSlam: Results

A small summary of what happened in the WWE PPV or WWE SummerSlam 2022 held on 7/30/2022 at the Nissan Coliseum in Nashville, TN - For some time the public has returned to the arenas. Kickoff: - Nothing, in particular, happened, only a recap and preview of the matches that will take place in the main event.

Main Card: Women's Match for the Raw Women's Championship: Bianca Belair beats Becky Lynch (Bianca remains champion) -At the end of the match after Becky Lynch and Bianca shake hands, Bayley arrives but she is not the only one ...

Dakota Kai and Io Shirai arrive with her first.

What happened during SummerSlam?

Single Match: Logan Paul beats The Miz (w / Maryse & Ciampa) Single Match for the US Championship: Bobby Lashley beats Theory (Lashley remains champion) No DQ Tag Team Match: Rey Mysterio & Dominik beat The Judgment Day (Damian Priest & Finn Balor w / Rhea Ripley) Single Match: Pat McAfee beats Happy Corbin Tag Team Match for the WWE Undisputed Tag Team Championships: (Jeff Jarrett as Special Referee) The Usos beat The Street Profits (Usos remain champions) Women's Match for the SmackDown Women's Championship: Liv Morgan beats Ronda Rousey (Liv remains champion) Last Man Standing Match for the WWE Undisputed Universal Championship: Roman Reigns beats Brock Lesnar (Roman remains champion).

Liv Morgan vs. Ronda Rousey was one of the few underwhelming matches from WWE's epic execution of SummerSlam. Megan Morant caught up with Liv in an exclusive interview after the event. The champ was in extreme pain but was proud of her efforts in retaining the title against Rousey.

"Not gonna lie, I'm in so much pain right now. I don't know that you walk into a match with Ronda Rousey and come out the same but I did exactly what I said I was gonna do and I left with my championship. So I guess I'm okay," Morgan said.

"I did it because this is exactly what I said that I was gonna do. I said that I love this more, that I want this more, that I need this more. So I went there and I did what needed to be done and I survived Ronda Rousey.

I'm still SmackDown Women's Champion. In a way, I emphasized how I felt ready last year. Although I lost, I had no doubts. After all, I also had good and less good moments. I wondered several times if I was good enough if I was really ready.

I felt that self-confidence would take it to a whole new level. It was just an important feeling for me. I always try to improve myself every day. I try to give my best in the ring and have also improved on the microphone. I feel a very positive air. In the last few months, I have had an important path and therefore I deserve it", she added.