WWE Summerslam: Five compelling reasons why fans can’t afford not to watch Summerslam

WWE Summerslam: Five compelling reasons why fans can't afford not to watch Summerslam
WWE Summerslam: Five compelling reasons why fans can't afford not to watch Summerslam

WWE Summerslam: In just two nights, the Biggest Party of the Summer, i.e., WWE Summerslam, will be taking place at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Paradise, Nevada. Adrenaline is rushing through the veins of the WWE Universe for the exciting PPV event, and no one can keep calm. There are many reasons to watch WWE Summerslam this time around, and we have listed a few of them.

WWE Summerslam: John Cena to wrestle for the first time after Wrestlemania 36

Speculations came true when the 16-time World Champion John Cena made a shocking return at Money in the Bank PPV last month, and the crowd went berserk. They were thrilled to see their favorite superstar back in the squared circle once again and do what he does best.

Cena will be competing in a televised match after more than two years. His last televised in-ring competition took place against the now released “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt in a Firefly Fun House match at Wrestlemania 36 that the Leader of Cenation lost. Since then, fans have been waiting eagerly to see him in action, and that is why Cena’s fans can’t afford to miss WWE Summerslam.

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WWE Summerslam: Goldberg in action in a first-time-ever match

The Iconic Goldberg will be gracing the squared circle this year at Summerslam.- This would be his second WWE match this year, having competed at the Royal Rumble PPV against Drew McIntyre earlier in January. 

After a failed attempt to capture the WWE Championship against Drew McIntyre, the Hall of Famer is back and this time challenged the All-Mighty WWE Champion Bobby Lashley in a first-time-ever match with the title on the line. Goldberg is eyeing his first-ever WWE Championship, but beating a like-a-like opponent like Bobby Lashley won’t be an easy task for him. 

WWE Summerslam: RK-Bro competing in their first-ever Tag-Team Championship match

It seems like Riddle & Randy Orton are finally on the same page and reformer RK-Bro. The unlikely team is set to take on AJ Styles & Omos with the Raw Tag-Team Titles on the line.

The unorthodox chemistry between Riddle and Orton has been fondly appreciated by the WWE Universe.- This is one reason the fans can’t afford to miss watching Summerslam this Saturday.

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WWE Summerslam: Drew McIntyre vs. Jinder Mahal

Two former friends who have turned bitter rivals will settle their rivalry this Saturday at Summerslam. Jinder Mahal has been rushing into a battle with Drew ever since the former returned in 2018 from an injury lay-off. 

Jinder smartly used his sidekicks Veer & Shanky to get the better of Drew and succeeded to an extent, but largely, it was the Scottish Warrior who had the better of the trio. Heading into Summerslam, Drew definitely holds the upper hand. However, a brawl is surely excepted between these two muscular figures.

WWE Summerslam: Edge and Seth Rollins in a first-time-ever match

“The Ultimate Opportunist” Edge is all set to collide with “The Visionary” Seth Rollins in a first-time-ever match-up. The feud between these two has been very personal and was rooted in 2014.

It has taken seven years in the making for this penultimate clash. The build-up we have witnessed for this bout over the weeks on WWE Smackdown has been nothing short of impressive. Fans are eagerly waiting for this new-gen maestro (Seth Rollins) vs. the attitude era’s great & ultimate opportunists (Edge) grueling first-time battle.

 

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