Stephen Amell to compete in the WWE again?

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Last nights Summer Slam PPV will certainly go down in history as one of the most eventful and controversial.

With the two main events ending in controversy from outside interference and a fake tap out, it was always going to be tough to top them.

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One of the more unique matches of the night however saw TV star Stephen Amell make his debut in a WWE ring by teaming with Neville to take on King Barrett and Stardust.


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The match itself was entertaining but the fans were more impressed with the performance of Amell who is not a WWE wrestler.

There was some definite chemistry between Amell and Stardust in the match with the two creating some of the best moments.

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The feud had centred around a comic book theme but not many people had really speculated on what we could see in the ring.

What we did see however was a good tag team match with Amell and Neville getting the win and the credit for a good performance.

Everyone was filled with praise for Amell after the match and that sentiment was reportedly felt backstage too.

Several superstars backstage were impressed with his ring work and effort in the match and that has led to the WWE suggesting the idea of a singles match between Stardust and Amell.

Could we be set to see the Emerald Archer take on Stardust again? The question really is if it is something WWE would like to do, when will they pull the trigger on it.

A night of big wins

Summer Slam had a fair few big wins as we saw the New Day once again win the Tag Team championships and Ryback retained his Intercontinental Championship.

Seth Rollins became the first man to hold the WWE World Heavyweight Championship and United States Championship thanks to some outside interference from Jon Stewart.

The biggest story of the night however came as the Undertaker defeated Brock Lesnar in the main event thanks to some very controversial officiating.

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