We are just three weeks away from the Summerslam PPV. This year the biggest event of the summer will return to the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. This year will see the 29th anniversary of the event on the 21st August. It will be the first PPV of after the WWE brand extension draft.
Three huge matches have already been announced and another huge one is still left to be announced. We are speaking about the second edition of John Cena vs. AJ Styles at Summerslam. Since both of them have been drafted to Smackdown, it’s only a matter of time that these two finish the rivalry on a high note from the blue brand.
The much-anticipated dream match between AJ Styles and John Cena took place at the Money in the Bank pay-per-view on June 19th. The stakes for this match were even higher than a Wrestlemania match. The globally known ‘Phenomenal One’ went one-on-one against the franchise of the WWE, John Cena to defeat him with the help from The Club members. The feud started when Cena made his miracle return on Raw at the Memorial Day edition and AJ turned on him officially going heel.
Now, the rumor mill suggests that AJ Styles will lock head with Cena at Summerslam with a special kind of stipulation added to the match. Styles will go on to win the second bout, as well to push himself to the championship mix, as reported by allwrestlingnews.com. It will be the first time in recent memory that John Cena will be ended up being the loser after the completion of a particular bout. It points out the fact that Cena’s days in WWE are numbered.
The other announced matches for Summerslam are:
Dean Ambrose(c) vs. Dolph Ziggler for the WWE World Championship
Seth Rollins vs. Finn Balor for the first ever WWE Universal Championship match
Brock Lesnar vs. Randy Orton
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