This Sunday will see the WWE do their best to make Summer Slam the biggest one yet and they've done a good job leading up to the event.
Booking the rematch we've been waiting for in the Undertaker vs Brock Lesnar as the main event is the perfect match to draw fans in.
What's going to happen
Everyone has an opinion on what we could see this Sunday and which of the two legends will walk out victorious.
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Some feel that we could see the re-emergence of Kane to help his brother and get revenge on Lesnar who put him out of action.
Others feel we may see something similar to what we saw at WrestleMania XXX and Brock Lesnar may dominate the Phenom.
Whatever happens at Summer Slam, Chris Jericho has made a prediction about what type of match we will see the two create.
"That pull-apart we saw a couple weeks ago on Raw between Lesnar and Undertaker will be the type of match we’ll see. It will be a rough fight." Jericho on Lesnar vs Taker
Lesnar and Taker's brawl on RAW the night after Battleground was one of the more memorable segments of the year and if we see that again at Summer Slam, we should be in for a treat.
If anything even close to that happens at Summer Slam, we may be in for a great ride to end the show.
However the questions still remain as to what the result will be when the final bell is rang on Sunday, but Jericho has his opinions on that too.
Claiming that the Undertaker "has to win", Jericho is very confident that the deadman will emerge victorious.
A big night ahead
Summer Slam will be a night to remember with a lot of the matches on the card being booked very well.
John Cena and Seth Rollins will contest the biggest match of the night away from Taker - Lesnar as they compete in a title vs title match.
Stephen Amell will have his first ever WWE match as he teams with Neville to take on Stardust and King Barrett.
Many of the mid card matches are set to be explosive and only waiting until Sunday night will tell us what the WWE have in store for us.