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The cast of the red brand continues its way to SummerSlam, and tonight will be present at the Air Canada Center in Toronto, Ontario. This coliseum, founded in 1999 and with a capacity for 19,800 fans, is home to the Toronto Raptors of the NBA.

The Air Canada Center, which opened in February 1999, hosted the following WWE PPVs:

SummerSlam 2004 (Chris Benoit vs. Randy Orton). Unforgiven 2006 (Edge vs. John Cena). Survivor Series 2016 (Goldberg vs. Brock Lesnar).
Before them, WWE had presented two PPVs in Toronto: WrestleMania VI and WrestleMania X8, which were in the Sky Dome


Paul Heyman and Brock Lesnar launched a threat to Raw General Manager Kurt Angle and is that if his client loses the Universal Championship in the Fatal Four Way of SummerSlam, both will leave WWE. The struggles presented were:

1- The Hardy Boyz defeated Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson.
2 – Cedric Alexander, Rich Swann and Akira Tozawa beat Ariya Daivari, Tony Nese and TJP.
3- Seth Rollins beat Sheamus.
4- Roman Reigns beat Braun Strowman and Samoa Joe.
5 – Elijah beat Kalisto.
6- Bayley beat Nia Jax.
7- Big Cass won by disqualification to Big Show (with Enzo Amore).


Two other contenders in the SummerSlam main event are Roman Reigns and Braun Strowman , who will face off tonight in a bout with the Last Man Standing stipulation, a match that will surely spark.

The Bayley championship opportunity against Alexa Bliss is in jeopardy after suffering an injury to his right shoulder during his comeback against Nia Jax.

If Bayley can not compete at SummerSlam, who will challenge the so-called “WWE Goddess” for the championship?

After Seth Rollins defeated Sheamus in individual action, he was assaulted by Sheamus himself and Cesaro, but Dean Ambrose came to the rescue. But do not confuse the actions of the radical lunatic with friendship. Ambrose made it clear that he only helped Rollins so that he did not look like “the idiot.”

Do not miss the best Monday Night Raw coverage tonight, at 7:00 pm, Central Time , through SUPER STRUGGLES.

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