Let’s discuss what is expected to be headlined in Summerslam 2023. Here, exits a major update on the events.
WWE’s next premium live action is planned in Detroit, Michigan’s Ford Field on Saturday, 5 August. The promotion of this mega event is already blooming.
Dave Meltzer, reporter of the Wrestling Observer mentions that WWE is already stuck up with the canopy of SummerSlam 2023. Let us have a look at the matches wishlist.
SummerSlam wishlisted matches
- WWE Universal Championship – Roman Reigns vs. Jey Uso
- The Beast vs. The American Nightmare
- The Man vs. Trish Stratus
- WWE Women’s Championship: Asuka (c) vs. Charlotte Flair vs. Bianca Belair
- WWE Intercontinental Championship: Gunther(c) vs. Drew McIntyre
- Ronda Rousey vs. Shayna Baszler
At Money in the Bank 2023, several storylines progressed significantly. In the main event, Jey Uso pinned Roman Reigns, who hadn’t been defeated in over 1,000 days, as he and his brother defeated ‘The Tribal Chief’ and Solo Sikoa in the Bloodline Civil War. Additionally, Jey Uso’s victory includes the technique of Roman Reigns. Unfortunately, The Bloodline Civil War ended with The Tribal Chief’s defeat.
Additionally, Drew McIntyre made his return after a 3-month absence, confronting Gunther after a victory over Matt Riddle. Although, The fight began as Gunther pushed Drew away and the return gift was Claymore. Undoubtedly, Drew McIntyre is a brawny competitor to pass on.
Furthermore, Shayna Baszler turned on Ronda Rousey, setting the stage for what could potentially be Rousey’s final crucial bout in WWE, as she plans to exercise a “hard out” on her contract. Unfortunately, Shayna Baszler’s betrayal of Ronda Rousey led to the loss of their Tag team championship to Raquel and Liv Morgan.