Who were the producers of SummerSlam?

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Who were the producers of SummerSlam?

Who took care of the management of the SummerSlam matches? Probably many have asked themselves this and now here we are in front of the definitive answer. The producers of the various meetings were: Jamie Noble for Mysterios vs Judgment Day; Petey Williams for Liv Morgan vs.

Ronda Rousey; Chris Park (aka Abyss) for Happy Corbin vs Pat McAfee; Shawn Daivari for The Usos vs Street Profits; Shane Helms for The Miz vs. Logan Paul; Adam Pearce for Lashley vs Theory; Tyson Kidd for Bianca Belair vs Becky Lynch; Michael Hayes for Roman Reigns vs Brock Lesnar.

SummerSlam gave a great show

This week we then explored the matter through episode 212 of the Pro Wrestling Culture to analyze the facts of SummerSlam and then to stage our review of the most important PPV of the summer in the WWE panorama, also called the "Biggest Blockbuster of the Summer."

The card saw the event open with Bianca Belair defeating Becky Lynch and then defending the female RAW title where, immediately after, Bayley returned with the company of Dakota Kai and Io Shirai, forming a new stable eager to counteract the champion cited.

Following Logan Paul overtook The Miz in a pure entertainment match, as was the one between Baron Corbin and Pat McAfee won by the latter. The Mysterios have instead defeated Judgment Day thanks to the fundamental help of Edge, fresh back after having suffered the betrayal of the group he created himself, we will now see what the developments in that of Monday Night RAW will be for those involved.

The Usos managed to successfully defend the undisputed couple titles against the Street Profits and right in that of RAW they will have to defend the belts again against the Mysterios. Lashley instead defends the United States title by submitting Theory, while Liv Morgan uses cunning and manages to keep the female title of SmackDown, a move so important that it provokes the wrath of a now-suspended Rousey (in the storyline) after attacking the referee post-match.

Roman Reigns has now completed a whopping 700 days as the Universal Champion in WWE. Finally, in the main event of the evening, Roman Reigns defends the undisputed title on Brock Lesnar, definitively closing the story, in what will perhaps be remembered as the best and definitely more memorable match between the two so far. On the SmackDown before SummerSlam, Drew McIntyre defeated Sheamus in a "Good Old Fashioned Donnybrook" match.