SummerSlam set to send WWE back to top in post Vince McMahon era but who will steal show from Logan Paul to Roman Reigns


WWE are set to host SummerSlam this Saturday as they kick off a new era in professional wrestling.

The biggest pay-per-view event of the summer takes place at the Nissan Stadium in Nashville Tennessee.

The legendary show officially marks the post-Vince McMahon era after the wrestling supremo retired as Chairman, CEO and Head of Creative following allegations of sexual misconduct and hash money.

Excitement is beaming as the WWE Universe are hoping for a breath of fresh air under new Chairwoman and co-CEO Stephanie McMahon as well as new Head of Creative Triple H.

SummerSlam has brought some unforgettable moments throughout the years, such as the first ever TLC Match, Brock Lesnar becoming the youngest ever world champion and of course that show at Wembley in 1992.

Superstars, like Roman Reigns, Ronda Rousey and Becky Lynch, as well as celebrities like Logan Paul, will be looking to make history this weekend in a star-studded match card.

Rey Mysterio will team up with his son Dominik to take on the daunting Judgment Day duo, consisted of Finn Balor and Damian Priest.

The newly-formed stable, which also included Rhea Ripley, is taking WWE by storm and pose as favourites, considering this is aNo Disqualification Match.

However, this bout could have a shock ending as Dominik, whom the group tried to recruit, may turn on his father or Edge could make his long-awaited return after being booted out by Balor.

YouTuber-turned-boxer Logan Paul earned a WWE contract after an impressive performance at WrestleMania 38 when he teamed up with The Miz and defeated The Mysterios.

However, Miz turned on Paul after the bell as he planted him with a Scull Crushing Finale.

The social media sensation is now out for revenge at SummerSlam and smart money always bets on the celebrity.

Becky Lynch shocked the WWE Universe last year at SummerSlam when she returned from maternity leave and defeated Bianca Belair for the SmackDown Women’s Championship in just 26 seconds.

The stage is set for Belair to exact revenge on Lynch, whom she beat at WrestleMania 38.

This match can indeed go either way but WWE are building The EST as a future superstar and a long reign could be on the cards.

Pat McAfee returns to the ring after his shock win over Theory at WrestleMania 38.

Happy Corbin is in dire need of a major victory after his loss to Drew McIntyre at WrestleMania 38.

It makes more sense if Corbin wins this, but then again it also made more sense if Theory won at WrestleMania…

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