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It’s certain that the WWE Universe mourned a lot after Brock Lesnar successfully cashed in Money in the Bank contract on Seth Rollins. He showed up by the end of Extreme Rules to take away the title from the fighting champion. Now the fear is that we will have to go back to the era of the beast incarnate where the champion barely makes his presence felt on the show.
Thankfully, a spoiler has surfaced on the internet suggesting that Brock Lesnar may not remain the champion after Summerslam. Seth Rollins is the predicted winner via this huge leaked news that is available via an advertisement. Well, that could be a relief for the regular WWE fans as the deserving champion will get back his belt in no time.
Local advertising has been spoiling a lot of WWE matches in recent times which appears to be spoilers for big pay-per-view matches. The same thing happened with the Summerslam main event as we now know the winner of Seth Rollins vs. Brock Lesnar Universal Championship match. WWE’s returning show at Madison Square Garden is the one which has spoiled the outcome of the title match.
— WWE (@WWE) July 16, 2019
As per the local ads, WWE’s tapings for Monday Night Raw will witness Seth Rollins taking on Drew McIntyre. The Universal Championship will be hanging in the balance meaning that the current number one contender will regain his championship at Summerslam. Speculation is Brock Lesnar will move from the championship picture once the biggest event of the summer passes by and may show up on Smackdown on the fall.
Meanwhile, this is the first time in more than a decade that WWE is coming back to Madison Square Garden to host TV tapings. The grandest arena in the New York City will host both Monday Night Raw and Smackdown Live on September 9th and 10th. The tickets are available which is why the venue had to advertise a main-event match. This is why WWE chose to promote the ad on a local basis that spoiled the Summerslam marquee match.
We assume that the old rivalry between Seth Rollins and Drew McIntyre will begin over the title as we’d move beyond the summer’s biggest show. The latter name will be a suitable replacement to make up the top heel’s spot left by Brock Lesnar on Raw. As for now, WWE has the below three matches set for Summerslam,
Smackdown Women’s Championship match-
Bayley (c) vs. Ember Moon
Raw Women’s Championship match-
Becky Lynch (c) vs. Natalya
WWE Universal Championship match-
Brock Lesnar (c) vs. Seth Rollins