With the biggest party of the summer, SummerSlam in less than 2 weeks, this PPV is sure to be amazing and now that it has been announced the show will be a record, 4 hours long, there will be a lot of action. Here is what I think will go down in Brooklyn come August 26th.
King Barrett and Stardust VS Stephen "The Green Arrow" Amell and Neville (Kickoff Match)
The WWE wouldn't have Stephen Amell on the Summerslam card for him to lose, unless they have him booked for future storylines which is un-likely with his Hollywood career.
Winner: Stephen Amell and Neville
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Prime Time Players (c) VS New day VS Lucha Dragons VS Los Matadores (WWE Tag Team Championship)
The New Day has been on a roll as of late, knocking off the Lucha Dragons and Los Matadores back to back weeks. Prime Time Players themselves haven't been to shabby themselves as they took down Lucha Dragons two weeks ago on Raw. This one is a toss up but, I think the Prime Time Players will prevail.
Winner(s): Prime Time Players
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PCB VS Team BAD VS Team Bella (Elimination Match)
Every Diva has scored a pin over the other it seems like, nobody has the advantage. Just last night on Raw Brie Bella scored a victory over Tamina Snuka, only to be attacked by Tamina, Naomi, and Sasha Banks. Nikki Bella and Alicia Fox came to Brie's aid, and before you knew what had happened all 9 divas were battling. The Bella's definitely have the upper hand as of now and I think that will carry over into SummerSlam.
Winner(s): Team Bella
Ryback (c) VS Big Show VS Miz (Intercontinental Championship)
Ryback has been off TV for the past 3 weeks tending to an injury, while Big Show and Miz have been battling it out over who is superior. Ryback will be rusty heading into the match and with Big Show's sheer size, I think he will dominate most of the match.
Winner: Big Show
Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose VS The Wyatt Family
Roman Reigns made the challenge to Bray Wyatt last week on Raw and this week we got a response. Wyatt accepted. Wyatt is definitely in Reigns' head but reigns is determined to stop Wyatt. With Dean Ambrose in his corner, I think he'll do just that
Winner(s): Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose
Undertaker VS Brock Lesnar
Last time we saw Lesnar and Undertaker in the same ring at the same time, it took security and the whole locker room to separate them. Paul Heyman called it, the match too big for WrestleMania, and he vowed that the beast will emerge victorious. The Undertaker said, "you can't kill what won't die" and he's absolutely right. The resurrection of the deadman is only beginning.
Winner: The Undertaker
Seth Rollins (c) VS John Cena (c) (WWE World heavyweight Championship and United States Championship)
This match might not even happen, as Triple H made the announcement that Cena is 50-50 at best to be back in action by SummerSlam. If it does happen, it's sure to be a blockbuster. Rollins vowed to walk out of SummerSlam with both titles, but Cena is healing a broken nose that he suffered two weeks ago on Raw, courtesy of Rollins.
Cena went on to finish the match and retain his U.S Title. If Cena does return in time he will want revenge for Rollins breaking his nose and I think he will get it and become a 16 time World Champion. As Cena would say, THE CHAMP IS HERE!
Winner: John Cena
Backup match in case Cena can't compete*
Seth Rollins (c) VS Randy Orton VS Sheamus (WWE World Heavyweight Championship)
It is likely this match will happen because it looks like John Cena will be out with a broken nose for some amount of time. Last night on Raw, Randy Orton beat Kevin Owens and Cesaro in a triple threat match, the winner would face Seth Rollins later that night for a title match.
Orton delivered two devastating RKO's and scored the win, securing his title match in the main event later that night. The main event was back and forth, Orton went for an RKO early in the match and Rollins barely slipped out of it. Orton countered the pedigree twice and hit his signature DDT off the second rope.
Orton went for the RKO, Rollins then countered again, he went to the apron, and leaped off the top rope, attempting a cross body. Orton stood up and caught Rollins in the air for a thunderous RKO. Orton went for the pin and just as the referee's hand was going down for the 3, Sheamus pulled Orton out of the ring, forcing a DQ.
With Rollins still down, Sheamus went to cash in his Money in the Bank case. As soon as Sheamus turned around, Orton hit him with an RKO, thwarting an kind of title shot for Sheamus.
If this match does come to be at SummerSlam I think Orton will walk out a 13-time WWE Champion.
Winner: Randy Orton