Kevin Owens will continue his fight against the authority figures to become the ‘voice of the voiceless’ on Smackdown. He now has a date with Shane-O-Mac at the biggest party of the summer. But that’s not all as the situation claims that Summerslam could be the last night that we could ever see The Prizefighter performing in the WWE. None other than Owens himself is responsible for this he laid down a challenge prior to Smackdown went on the air.
Shane McMahon addressed the same on the opening segment mentioning that Kevin Owens wants to wrestle him at Summerslam. But it will be his last in the WWE is he loses this battle. So he gladly accepted to be in the fight. Kevin Owens also showed up during the segment claiming that he will beat the hell out of McMahon. He could have gone a long time with the promo unless McMahon would cut his mic off. But Owens had the upper hand by the end of the night as he delivered a Stunner by the end of Smackdown on Shane.
Smackdown Live has continued a feud between Kevin Owens and Shane McMahon over the past few weeks. It was last week when Owens planted Shane with two stunners. It’s needless to say that a McMahon would never take these shots lightly and would be ready to backfire at any point. Hence, we got to know about a segment where Shane McMahon would address this rebel superstar.
Now Kevin Owens has already presented a bottom line to him even before Smackdown went on the air. He challenged the authority figure to a match at Summerslam 2019 with a stipulation. It said that if he loses the match, he would leave WWE forever. So, the situation became pretty much interesting as expressed by WWE.com,
“Kevin Owens has not been bashful in bombarding Shane McMahon in recent weeks, and after eating his third Stunner in two weeks, Shane is now promising to address KO tonight.
With Shane promising some form of retaliation on Owens at the end of SmackDown LIVE last week, what will “The Best in the World” have to say? Will he respond to Kevin Owens’ challenge to a SummerSlam match between the two, where if Owens lost, he would quit WWE?”
— WWE (@WWE) July 24, 2019
So this has to culminate a match at Summerslam anyway and we did not receive any exception on Smackdown when Shane confirmed the match.