SummerSlam

Prediction: Summerslam’s Stellar Event Will Not Be Hand In Hand

The hottest summer event is approaching leaps and bounds. On August 20, the Barclays Center in New York will be the home of SummerSlam 2017 , and although there is not yet defined a single one of the combats that would take part of that shared PPV of both brands, SUPER STRUCT projected that the fight that covers the Stellar event of the evening will not be a heads-up.

Brock Lesnar is attacked by Samoa Joe during his presentation at the WWE PPV Great Balls of Fire (09/07/2017) / WWE
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While many fans in the United States watched Aaron Judge be crowned in the Home Run Derby Major League, in Raw the action never stopped being vibrant on Raw: Kurt Angle appeared to thank the results of Great Balls of Fire. Brock Lesnar appeared to celebrate his triumph over Samoa Joe, including Paul Heyman.

Then came Roman Reigns to discuss his stance, something that he had anticipated for weeks: He is the number one challenger to the WWE Championship, ─ Despite having lost a day earlier against Braun Strowman.

A little over a minute later, Samoa Joe appeared demanding the rematch from the previous day, which although not mandatory, was debatable considering that Roman Reigns has never beaten Joe.

Joe’s gonna kill you!

Although things got hot between Joe and Reigns, that did not happen anymore because Angle ruled that for the next Raw, on July 17, would have as a star event the fight for the No. 1 contender to the Universal title between Joe Reigns.

Super Struggle assumes that things at SmackDown do not give for a star event at SummerSlam (unless it was a Champion vs. Champion fight) and therefore the star fight will be starring Brock Lesnar having the WWE Championship as the ultimate exponential.

And although it would be understood that the winner of the Raw will be the challenger, the reality is that there is a factor that has not been considered: Braun Strowman.

The winner of the ambulance fight did not appear on Raw, so he still has something to say. And surely he will not say it in words. So surely, despite the remaining 6 weeks for SummerSlam we consider that Strowman will begin to claim his legitimate opportunity for the title Universal WWE.

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