WWE SummerSlam Live results August 24, 2020 LIVE streaming in India: How to watch it on AirtelTV, SonyLiv and JioTV, Check details

WWE SummerSlam: SummerSlam is ready to kick-off tonight in USA at 6 pm ET / main course of action at 7 pm ET. However, SummerSlam will begin at 4:30 AM (IST) on Monday in India. With the show expected to last approximately four hours, not counting the kickoff show, which starts one hour prior to the main card at 3:30 AM (IST) insidesports will be with you the entire way on Monday with live results, highlights and analysis.

Before actually going into the final match card. Let us see the final predictions and the match winner who can surprise us, or upset us tonight at SummerSlam.



— SummerSlam results and Grade: United States Championship: Apollo Crews Def. MVP

(Grade B)

— SummerSlam results and Grade: WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion: Bayley Def. Asuka

(Grade B+)

— SummerSlam results and Grade: WWE RAW Tag Team championship: The Street Profits Def. Andrade & Angel Garza

(Grade B-)

— SummerSlam results and Grade: “No Disqualification” match ( Mandy Rose Def. Sonya Deville)

(Grade B) 

–SummerSlam results and Grade: A “Street Fight” (Seth Rollins Def. Dominik Mysterio)

(Grade A)

SummerSlam results and Grade: WWE RAW Women’s Champion: Asuka def

Sasha Banks (NEW Raw Women’s Champion)

(Grade B+)

SummerSlam results and Grade: WWE RAW Championship: Drew McIntyre Def. Randy Orton

(Grade A)

SummerSlam results and Grade: WWE Universal Championship: Bray Wyatt Def. Braun Strowman ( New WWE Universal Champion)

(Grade A+) 


Mandy Rose vs. Sonya Deville (“No Disqualification”) match

Deville and Rose have both been helped massively by this feud with each becoming more prominent superstars in their own right. However, no one has benefitted more than Deville, who has proven to be one of the best promos in the women’s division and a future star in this company. Deville has gotten over on Rose so many times with attacks — including already cutting her hair — that it seems unnecessary for her to follow through and win this match as well. Plus, from a practical standpoint, Rose has already created a new look for herself and has some backup (Otis) whereas Deville’s backup (Dolph Ziggler) is now on Raw. Rose wins, and the feud finally ends.

Pick: Mandy Rose wins the match

Raw Tag Team Championship: The Street Profits (c) vs. Andrade & Angel Garza

What this one comes down to for me, personally, is the fact that I can see Andrade and Angel Garza succeeding much more in the near future as singles stars rather than heel tag team champions. They’ve teased some animosity between the two in the recent past as Zelina Vega sometimes struggles to rein them back. Some more miscommunication between the two here leads to The Street Profits retaining and eventually dropping the titles to a more established tag team — maybe even a heel Viking Raiders.

Pick: The Street Profits retain the titles

United States Championship: Apollo Crews (c) vs. MVP

I’ve been going back and forth on this one, primarily because I think Crews had done a good job as U.S. champion, and his elevation to that midcard role has proven a good decision. I also hate quick title changes, though I believe that is the direction we are going here. Look for Cedric Alexander, who was overlooked by Crews to join the six-man tag team match last week and won/lost the 24/7 championship in a matter of seconds on Raw, to turn heel and join the Hurt Business — a group that will actually have his back. That will cost Crews the title and prompt a “Payback” match on next week’s show. It’s also a good way to take the title off Crews without hurting someone who has been built well with a clean loss.

Pick: Apollo Crews retains the title 

SmackDown Women’s Championship: Bayley (c) vs. Asuka

I’m laying down this pick based off roughly 30 seconds of promo work where Bayley and Sasha Banks went back and forth on who should wrestle Asuka first before Bayley agreed that she would be the first woman up. The line there becomes a fresh Asuka beats Bayley, Banks retains later in the evening and a jealous and frustrated Bayley lights the fuse on the long-awaited feud, with a tag title loss at Payback pushing things over the edge.

Pick: Bayley wins the title 

Raw Women’s Championship: Sasha Banks (c) vs. Asuka

Under the same logic as the earlier pick that Asuka beats Bayley, I’m rolling with the idea of Asuka being depleted from beating Bayley earlier in the evening and Banks being able to take advantage of the situation to leave SummerSlam as the sole singles champion in the team. Banks might retain with an assist from Bayley, but things won’t be good between the pair for long.

Pick: Asuka wins the title 

Seth Rollins vs. Dominik Mysterio (Street Fight)

Sure, it would make sense to have Dominik win his first official WWE match. But my spidey senses started tingling when Rey said he would be ringside for the match. Not that Rey would cost Dominik or anything silly, but just the idea that things were lining up too well for Dominik. With Payback set for a week later, this feels a lot like a situation where Rollins gets some sort of cheap win as chaos breaks out between Seth, Dominik, Rey and Murphy only to set Dominik up for revenge at Payback.

Pick: Seth Rollins wins the match

Universal Championship: Braun Strowman (c) vs. “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt (Falls count anywhere)

It’s finally time to put this feud to bed. Strowman has gotten past Regular Bray and Wyatt Family Bray, and now has brought out The Fiend. While Strowman has countered by becoming “The Monster,” the clear plan has seemed to be Wyatt winning the title back when The Fiend re-emerged. Payback hanging over SummerSlam adds levels of uncertainty to every match, including this one. The first meeting of The Fiend and The Monster could well end without a clear winner, just for things to get sorted the following week. But if there’s a winner on Sunday, it will be The Fiend.

Pick: “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt wins the title 

WWE Championship: Drew McIntyre (c) vs. Randy Orton

Orton has been on an absolute heater, and it would certainly be understandable if the decision was made to slap the title on him. But I just can’t shake the fact that WWE had a lengthy run planned for McIntyre on the heels of him defeating Brock Lesnar in such convincing fashion at WrestleMania, and it won’t — and shouldn’t — waver from those plans. Chalk another notable defense up for the champ.

Pick: Drew McIntyre retains the title


When to watch WWE SummerSlam Live in India on TV?

WWE SummerSlam LIVE will telecast in India on Monday, 24th August 3:30 AM IST (kick-off) and Confirmed matches from 4:30 AM IST

What time will WWE SummerSlam LIVE be aired on TV?

WWE SummerSlam LIVE will be aired at 3:30 am this Monday Morning.

Where is WWE SummerSlam LIVE being held?

WWE SummerSlam LIVE will be held at Amway Center, Florida.

How to watch WWE SummerSlam Live Online in India?

You can watch WWE SummerSlam LIVE in India Online on WWE Networks if you are a premium subscriber. However, even if you are not a subscriber, you can still watch recap of WWE SummerSlam 2020 online on Sony LIV app, AirtelTV and JioTV.

How to watch WWE SummerSlam LIVE in India on TV?

You can watch WWE SummerSlam LIVE in India on TV on Sony 1 for English commentary and Sony 3 for Hindi commentary. You can also follow insidesports.in for all the latest updates on WWE.

WWE SummerSlam 2020 Live in India: When and Where to watch it LIVE on TV and online

As per Indian timings, WWE SummerSlam 2020 Live will telecast in India on this Monday, August 24 at 3:30 am. It will be live and exclusive on Sony Ten 1 (English) and Sony Ten 3 (Hindi) channels. WWE SummerSlam 2020 live streaming will be available on the Sony LIV app.

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