This year the WWE have really gone out their way to cement SummerSlam as "WrestleMania Jnr".
A number of the top stars are shaping up to do battle with one another, and it looks to be a big night for the recently split-up Shield boys, who all look let to have massive encounters by themselves.
SummerSlam always provides a strong main-event scene, and last year was no different: CM Punk lost to Brock Lesnar in a brutal encounter, whilst Daniel Bryan pinned John Cena Clean to win the WWE Championship. However, a Triple H heel turn, and a Randy Orton cash in later, we had a new champion and something of a flat ending.
This won't be the case this time around, as Seth Rollins will have his hands tied with Dean Ambrose, leaving the Lesnar and Cena fight to take the center stage.
Time to deliver
The main-event scene of SummerSlam needs to deliver in a big way this year, arguably this is one of the most critical PPVs in recent history, WWE officials aren't happy with the way the WWE Network has started.
The number's aren't as strong as expected, and the financial figures and numerous budget cuts, have shown that the company has moved to panic mode.
With the international role out expected soon, it's a huge chance for the WWE to boost these numbers, providing the main-event scene delivers high quality matches - that actually get a chance to deliver.
SummerSlam is being set up in a big way, let's have a think about what they have in store for us.