Top analyst analyzes 2022 SummerSlam



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Top analyst analyzes 2022 SummerSlam

The entire web wrestling has always been fascinated by the opinions of the various best-known journalists within this discipline. One of the names involved is certainly that of Dave Meltzer, founding chief of the Wrestling Observer and its respective products/programs such as the Wrestling Observer Radio and the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

After every important event, especially for PPVs, Dave gives life to what are his report cards with a "stellar" vote. This is an element that since the beginning has led to countless discussions between experts and fans.

On this occasion, "Uncle Dave" expressed his opinion on what he saw last weekend with SummerSlam, the h*ttest and most important event of the summer for World Wrestling Entertainment, as well as the first PPV not managed by Vince McMahon due to the recent retirement from the scene.

Well, the show's main event saw Roman Reigns defeat Brock Lesnar in a final act between the two and then keep the Undisputed Universal Championship within a Last Man Standing match. The meeting in question received 4.5 stars, an important figure and, in addition, the best of the various challenges between the two over the years.

Dave Meltzer talks about SummerSlam

Roman and Brock in fact have already clashed in the main event of WrestleMania 31 famous for the collection of Seth Rollins, the main event of WrestleMania 34 won by Brock, the Greatest Royal Rumble in a Steel Cage match fortunately won by "The Beast", the main event of SummerSlam 2018 won by Roman thanks to the "almost" collection of Braun Strowman, to then find the two facing each other at Crown Jewel 2021 which ended with the triumph of the former Shield thanks to the help of the Uso brothers and the WrestleMania 38 Night 2 main event with final victory Reigns.

This final clash has finally made everyone agree and many fans still thank the management of Michael Hayes, the total producer of the match approved by the new management, that of Triple H. Known for raising the bar of his votes, Meltzer amazes everyone and will likely agree with the entire WWE Universe on his unmistakable judgment.

Recently, Former WWE manager Jim Cornette shared his thoughts on the Last Man Standing match between Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam. "This was absolutely the worst pro wrestling match for a world championship, ever.

It was also the greatest piece of business I've ever seen to re-energize the excommunicated Attitude Era fans to want to watch this company and see what the f**k they're doing. At the same time, the match was rotten."