WWE SummerSlam 2022 has started Roman Reigns in HUGE Watch Now.

WWE SummerSlam 2022 has started Roman Reigns in HUGE Watch Now.

This Saturday night, the 35th SummerSlam event will take place at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee. Most of the matches on the show’s card are rematches from WrestleMania 38 or Money in the Bank, but now that Vince McMahon has officially retired and Paul Levesque has taken over as Head of Creative, there’s a lot more to look forward to. But will “The Game” make a big splash when he books his first main roster pay-per-view? Will Roman Reigns vs. Brock Lesnar Part VII be a good way to end a rivalry that has been going on for seven years? How likely is it that Bianca Belair and Liv Morgan will lose their titles?

It’s time for ComicBook’s team of pro wrestling writers to get together again to answer the most important questions about this weekend’s pay-per-view. Because it’s happening in Nashville, which is close to us, we’ve added a few more names to the list. Look at them below!

Will the seventh match between Reigns and Lesnar be their last?

Casey Connor: We all know that this wasn’t what WWE had in mind in the beginning, but I really hope this is the last time we see it. Aside from Rollins’s surprise cash-in at WrestleMania 31 a long time ago, none of the matches between the two have been very good, even when the roles of face and heel are switched. Now that Vince is gone and Reigns is focusing on Drew McIntyre for Clash at the Castle, I really hope they give Lesnar something else to do. I don’t mind if he shows up now and then, but he needs to fight someone else for a change.

Matt Aguilar: I wasn’t sure before, but now that “Last Time Ever” is part of the branding and Reigns has talked about it in interviews, I think it will be the last time. Even though this wasn’t part of WWE’s original plan, it needs to end in some way at SummerSlam.

Liam: I’m willing to say yes if Triple H is in charge of making the show. WWE is a “never say never” company, so it’s possible that the two could wrestle again in five years at a show in Saudi Arabia, but I think this is the end for now. Even though it is a big match that is sure to sell tickets, it forces WWE into a corner every time. Reigns needs to look strong, but Lesnar can’t look weak, and I think it hurts both of them when they don’t want a clean win. In this Last Man Standing match, Reigns is likely to show that he is better than Lesnar. The show will end with an exciting appearance by a future challenger.

Evan: I sure hope so. When this match was announced for this year’s Mania, I rolled my eyes. The WWE is using a never-ending stream of rematches to sell each of their pay-per-views. With rumours that Lesnar might leave after Vince McMahon retires, I think this will be the last time these two heavyweights face off.

Hoffer, Christian: I hope so, please. A big part of the WWE’s boring show is that the company has to keep coming up with new stakes for this never-ending rivalry. It has become a creative black hole that has sucked in almost every Men’s Championship the company has. When they said it, I thought that Lesnar might become 24/7 Champion just to add another belt to his collection. This needs to be the end of the feud, even if it’s just to make it clear that the WWE is starting a new era with new leadership.

Derek Davis: I don’t know, but I sure hope so. This one is being billed as different because it’s a Last Man Standing match, but HHH’s best first move would be to get rid of this as a backup plan for every two months when finishers are overused. It’s over. Let it sleep.

Tim Adams: Hahahahaha, no, of course not. One would think it would be impossible to try to top what was called “The Biggest WrestleMania Match of All Time,” but when WWE runs out of creative ideas, they hit the “Break Glass in Case of Emergency” sign to call Brock Lesnar. It would be nice if this was the last time Lesnar and Roman Reigns fought, but WWE can’t help itself when it comes to its two biggest moneymakers.

Charlie Ridgeley: I don’t think there will be another one for at least a few years. I wouldn’t mind seeing this again as a goodbye to Lesnar at some point in the future, but I don’t want to see it again soon.

Will Paul Levesque do something crazy to make the Pay-Per-View more interesting?

Connor: Most likely not, other than giving Seth Rollins something to do. Vince McMahon made most of this card, so it might be easier for “The Game” to wait until after this show to start making his own changes. I still think it will be a while before this new government starts making big changes.

Matt: If that earlier report is true, it sounds like there will be at least one “Triple H special,” which will probably involve Seth Rollins facing a surprise opponent. I wouldn’t expect anything else too big to happen. Things were already crazy before the event, so there’s no reason to shake things up just for the sake of it so close to it. What comes next is probably where Triple H will really leave his mark.

Liam: This show will have at least one “This is Triple H’s WWE” moment, and I think it will have to do with how Rollins is used. Bringing back Johnny Gargano, who was The Game’s favourite, and putting him in a main event match with Rollins would send a strong message to the wrestling industry without changing the SummerSlam card too much.

Evan: I think it’s a little early for Triple H to leave his mark as head of creative, but I fully expect Levesque to do so sooner rather than later, and at the very least by this year’s Survivor Series.

Hoffer: I don’t think anything terrible will happen, but I do think some wrestlers will start moving back up the list. Summerslam seems like a good place to start promoting Finn Balor, Kevin Owens, and Tomasso Ciampa, among others. It’s not crazy to give good wrestlers a lot of attention at big events, and I think that’s the easiest change the WWE can make right now as it goes through this change.

BD: It would be a good idea to win him over with this first big event so that people trust his creative leadership right away. I could see him giving Seth Rollins a big match, saying something to get people to like him by messing with Theory, who would be easy to put down to get people to like him, or even finding a way for Sasha and Naomi to come back to show that they trust him. Any of this going to happen? Who can say? We’ve been hurt before, so we don’t have high hopes, but if any of it happens, we’ll keep going.

Tim: It looks like that has already happened, since Riddle and Seth Rollins were taken off the card. SummerSlam is one of the biggest wrestling events of the year, so Triple H will want to make a big impression. It’s not clear if that means Roman and Brock’s match will end in a surprise or if Rollins will face an unknown opponent.

Charlie: Most of this show will be straightforward, but what happens next is what really makes The Game stand out. If this is the last time we see a lot of these matches, we’ll all remember SummerSlam with fondness. So, Triple H will do something big to make his mark and show fans that a new era has begun. Even though I’d love for Sasha and Naomi to get back together, I don’t think that’s likely, at least not yet. As everyone has said, the Rollins match is building up to something big, and I can’t wait to see what happens.

Which of The Card’s many rematches will be better than the first?

Connor: The Street Profits vs. The Usos. Their last match was great, Jeff Jarrett’s involvement almost guarantees that someone will get hit with a guitar, and I have a feeling that after a couple of months of rumours, Levesque will put a stop to breaking up The Street Profits. That was a team he made in NXT, and he might want to give them the titles to give the tag team division a new look.

Matt: I think The Usos vs. The Street Profits will definitely steal some of the spotlight from Bianca vs. Becky. Their last fight was great, but now that Jeff Jarrett is in the mix, both teams can use their extra creativity to make this fight even more chaotic and fun.

Liam: I agree with almost everything that Connor says here. The Profits and the Usos dance well together, and I think all four of them will bring their best to Nissan Stadium. It will be hard to top their Money in the Bank match, but based on how Usos feuds have gone in the past (see The New Day), it’s hard not to see the potential here. My heart says Lesnar vs. Reigns, and that’s the match I would have picked a week ago, but Vince’s retirement changes everything. Everyone thought Lesnar had left the company right up until the last five minutes of the July 22 SmackDown. Lesnar can put on five-star matches when he wants to, but his match with Dean Ambrose at WrestleMania 32 was forgettable because he wasn’t into it.

Evan: Aside from agreeing on Usos vs. Street Profits, I think Belair vs. Becky Lynch might surprise us by being one of the biggest matches of the night and raising the stakes in a way that makes it better than the matches we’ve seen from these two before.

Christian: Yes, the match between the Usos and the Street Profits should be great. Both teams are great, and the new head of Creative hasn’t said that he doesn’t like tag teams. Becky vs. Bianca will probably also be awesome, but I can only see that match going one way.

BD: The match between the Usos and the Street Profits has the most potential, and I hope the Street Profits win and a storyline about the fall of the Bloodline begins here. Their last match was hard to beat, and unless something stupid happens, I think they will find a way to do it. I trust in Montez Ford.

Tim: The answer has to be Street Profits vs. The Usos based on how good the performers are. After their last match at Money in the Bank, they got great reviews, so the four of them will try to put on an even better show for the fans in Nashville. But this time, the Street Profits will win to throw fans a curveball. This can also affect the outcome of Roman/Brock if WWE really wants to get wild.

Charlie: Even though I know The Usos vs. Street Profits will be great, I’ve been thinking that Bianca and Becky’s rematch could be one of the best of the year. Those two are on a whole different level, and they could put on a great show. On most other cards, this kind of match would be the main event.

Who Has The Better Match: Pat McAfee or Logan Paul?

Connor: I will choose McAfee. I thought he did a better job at WrestleMania than any of the other celebrities, and I really liked what he did in NXT. Paul got a lot of praise for his WrestleMania match, but people should remember that a) it was a tag team match, so he was only in the ring for a short time, and b) he was in the ring with Rey Mysterio, a legend who can make anyone look good. I also think they’ll keep McAfee and Corbin fighting until Extreme Rules so they can have a match with lots of weapons.

Matt: Pat McAfee, but I think Logan Paul will also do very well. Since his first match in NXT, McAfee hasn’t lost, and he has a great partner to thank for that. McAfee is up for big spots, but he’s also good at selling the small ones, and Corbin knows how to get the most out of every match, no matter who he’s up against. Miz and Paul will be fun to watch, but I think McAfee will win this fight by a long shot.

Liam: Even though my head says McAfee, I’m going to pick Paul because of who he dances with. I really like what Happy Corbin can do, but I think The Miz will make Paul look like a superstar. The former WWE Champion has the hardest job of the weekend: he has to make someone that WWE fans can’t stop booing look like a conquering babyface. The Miz can do it if anyone can. You can expect Paul to use some of his best moves, and Miz will try to sell hard enough to get some cheers for the YouTuber. In April, we saw Paul use a frog splash in a heelish way against the Mysteries. I think he’ll bring a Starship Pain to the SummerSlam stage on Saturday.

Evan: I was surprised by how well Logan Paul did this year in the WWE, and I think the Miz would be a good opponent for the YouTuber-turned-wrestler. I’m looking forward to both of these matches, but I think the one between Miz and Paul and Paul and Corbin is more interesting.

Hoffer: Without a doubt, Pat McAfee. Baron Corbin is one of those workers who is sneakily good and makes everyone look good, and Pat hasn’t let anyone down when he’s in the ring. Logan Paul’s appearance at WrestleMania was a pleasant surprise, but he still felt like a famous person doing spots. I think McAfee will be one of the most popular people at Summerslam weekend.

BD: Pat McAfee will meet someone better. Corbin can sell anything, and McAfee’s performance at Mania was the highlight of the weekend. Logan was good, but McAfee was better, and the audience will care more about what happens to him.

Tim: Pat McAfee, because the only time I see or hear about Logan Paul is when he’s on WWE programming. Pat has a little bit of Shane McMahon in him, so if the rumours about TV-14 being back are true, the SmackDown host might have something crazy planned. Even though I don’t expect much from Logan Paul vs. The Miz, I don’t think that match will disappoint either.

Charlie: Pat McAfee. McAfee was better than Paul at WrestleMania, no matter how good Paul was. When he wants to, Corbin can be a great bad guy, and I think he and McAfee will bring out the best in each other. Also, it’s hard to care even a little bit about what Logan Paul does.

Will Liv Morgan’s reign as champion continue?

Connor: A week ago, if you had asked me, I would have said no way. But now that we’re not using Vince McMahon’s reasoning, I think she will find a way to win.

Matt: YES!!!!!! Rousey has already been on Raw, and it looks like they are trying to get her to stay there. A loss to Morgan would extend Morgan’s reign as champion and give Rousey the perfect reason to start working towards the Becky Lynch match that everyone has been talking about for a long time. We don’t know if Morgan will win with a little help from Lynch, but let’s hope the Morgan era continues.

Liam: The sudden change to Morgan as champion felt rushed, because even though she has a lot of fans, she hadn’t been on a title-seeking storyline like Daniel Bryan. No matter how things turned out, I hope we stay in the Liv Morgan era for a while. With Bianca Belair, WWE has done a great job of adding new faces to its women’s division outside of the four horsewomen. I think it’s time for them to do the same thing with Morgan.

Evan: Doubtful. Based on how the WWE has treated Ronda in the past, I fully expect her to win back the title, which could set up a rematch for later this year. Rousey is the one to beat in this case.

Hoffer: To be honest, I thought Liv would have a rare cash-out that didn’t work out, so this championship run has already surpassed my expectations just by being possible. The best case scenario is that Liv keeps the title with the help of some unwanted interference from Becky or Charlotte. This would force Ronda out of the title picture for the first time ever, setting up her eventual Wrestlemania match.

BD: Mr. Levesque, don’t mess this up.

Tim: Liv Morgan’s championship win was a heartwarming moment and a good way to make money, but WWE hasn’t been very good at making these kinds of things pay off in a big way in the past. I don’t think Morgan will keep this job unless there is more interference from the outside. In the women’s division, Ronda Rousey is like Brock Lesnar, and WWE wants to keep them strong, even when they lose.

Charlie: We’ve already talked a lot about how The Game changed WWE. One way to do it is like this. Let Liv stay, and give her a great programme and a good opponent for the future. Ronda isn’t the one.

Does Theory Bring in Money? If so, then what?

Connor: I think he does, but Reigns will put him in a Guillotine right away, making him tap out. Theory is really good—just watch any of his independent runs to see for yourself—but he hasn’t had much of a personality since he moved back to the main roster. But when you put together Vince’s leaving and the fact that he failed at becoming world champion, you have the makings of a real character arc. And if WWE wants this guy to be one of its biggest stars in the future, he’ll need one of these.

Matt: I’m not sure he does yet. I agree that it would make more sense for a babyface to take the titles from Reigns. However, if they want to change Reigns’s face, they could have Theory take the titles from him after some other shenanigans. I just don’t see that working yet, so I’m going to say he makes it sound like he’s going to cash in, but he doesn’t.

Liam: In recent years, the Money in the Bank briefcase has become more of a booking problem than an asset. Theory’s current situation is a good example of this. The person who takes Reigns’s title should be a red-hot babyface who wins in a clean pinball match, not a sneaky heel. On the other hand, Theory shouldn’t lose his guaranteed shot at the championship if that happens. For now, I hope he keeps teasing that he’s going to cash in, but keeps the briefcase until after WrestleMania 39.

Evan: I don’t know. I want to say no, and Theory cashing in Money in the Bank will have to wait until later. I could really see Austin taking the US Championship from Lashley in some way and ruling the WWE for a while with both titles. I like to think about a world where Austin Theory is the one to dethrone Roman Reigns just to see how crazy things would get.

Christian: There are many reasons why I don’t think now is the right time to cash in. It would make a lot more sense for a real person to take the belt away from Reigns and then for Theory to take advantage of the situation and win. Seth Rollins has to be involved for a cash-in to happen. Maybe Seth will be the Master to Theory’s Apprentice, but even that seems unlikely.

BD: It seems almost too obvious for him to take advantage of this situation, but it wouldn’t make much sense if he didn’t. Maybe he messes with the match because he wants to cash in, gets beat up, and doesn’t cash in. This would make him more of a heel and give him a chance to really make us all mad in the future because he cheated the system and got another chance.

Tim: After Roman Reigns verbally destroyed Theory on Raw and made him look like a joke, expect him to try to cash in on the Roman/Brock winner and get squashed right away. Triple H will try to get people to forget about Theory so that he can promote the performers he chooses himself. Another possibility is that someone stole Theory’s MITB briefcase and cashed it in on their own.

Charlie: This could go in any direction. Theory shouldn’t be a footnote in the last fight between Roman and Brock. It doesn’t make sense for Theory to become the main focus at the end of the fight. But it also seems like a bad idea to keep it with Theory for the whole year. I think the best thing to do would be for Theory to talk about it, get shut down, and go away for a while while they change their name. Let everyone stop thinking about him and the briefcase for a while and do something special to make their returns stand out.

Connor:

Roman Reigns beat Brock Lesnar to win the WWE Universal Championship for good (Last Man Standing)
The Street Profits beat The Usos (with Jeff Jarrett as the referee) to win the WWE Tag Team Championships.
Becky Lynch lost to Bianca Belair for the Raw Women’s Championship.
Bobby Lashley beat Theory to win the United States Championship. Liv Morgan beat Ronda Rousey to win the SmackDown Women’s Championship.
Pat McAfee lost to Happy Corbin.
Logan The Miz lost to Paul.
Finn Balor and Damien Priest lost to Rey and Dominik Mysterio.
Matt:

Undisputed Roman Reigns beat Brock Lesnar to win the WWE Universal Title (Last Man Standing)
The Street Profits beat The Usos (with Jeff Jarrett as the referee) to win the WWE Tag Team Championships.
Raw Women’s Champion: Bianca Belair beats Beth Phoenix. Becky Lynch
The US Championship went to Bobby Lashley, who beat. Women’s SmackDown Championship: Ronda Rousey was beat by Liv Morgan.
Corbin Happy lost to Pat McAfee. The Miz lost to Paul.
Finn Balor & Damian Priest def. Rey & Dominik Mysterio
Liam:

Roman Reigns beat Brock Lesnar to win the WWE Universal Championship for good (Last Man Standing)
The Usos beat The Street Profits (with Jeff Jarrett as the referee) to win the WWE Tag Team Championships.
Raw Women’s Champion: Bianca Belair beats Beth Phoenix. Becky Lynch
The US Championship went to Bobby Lashley, who beat. Women’s SmackDown Championship: Ronda Rousey was beat by Liv Morgan.
Pat McAfee def. Happy Corbin Logan The Miz lost to Paul.
Finn Balor & Damian Priest def. Rey & Dominik Mysterio 0
Evan:

Roman Reigns beat Brock Lesnar to win the WWE Universal Championship for good (Last Man Standing)
The Street Profits beat The Usos (with Jeff Jarrett as the referee) to win the WWE Tag Team Championships.
Becky Lynch beats Charlotte Flair to win the Raw Women’s Championship. Bianca Belair
The US Championship went to Bobby Lashley, who beat. Theory: Ronda Rousey won the SmackDown Women’s Championship. Liv Morgan
Pat McAfee def. Corbin is happy.
Logan The Miz lost to Paul.
Finn Balor & Damian Priest def. Rey & Dominik Mysterio
Christian:

Roman Reigns beat Brock Lesnar to win the WWE Universal Championship for good (Last Man Standing)
The Street Profits beat The Usos (with Jeff Jarrett as the referee) to win the WWE Tag Team Championships.
Raw Women’s Champion: Bianca Belair beats Beth Phoenix. Becky Lynch
Theory won the United States Championship. He is Bobby Lashley.
Ronda Rousey lost to Liv Morgan for the SmackDown Women’s Championship.
Pat McAfee def. Happy Corbin Logan The Miz lost to Paul.
Finn Balor & Damian Priest def. Rey & Dominik Mysterio
BD:

Undisputed Roman Reigns beat Brock Lesnar to win the WWE Universal Title (Last Man Standing)
The Street Profits beat The Usos (with Jeff Jarrett as the referee) to win the WWE Tag Team Championships.
Raw Women’s Champion: Bianca Belair beats Beth Phoenix. Becky Lynch
Bobby Lashley beat Theory to win the United States Championship. Liv Morgan beat Ronda Rousey to win the SmackDown Women’s Championship.
Pat McAfee def. Corbin is happy.
Logan lost to The Miz. Paul
Finn Balor & Damian Priest def. Rey & Dominik Mysterio
Tim:

Undisputed Roman Reigns beat Brock Lesnar to win the WWE Universal Title (Last Man Standing)
The Street Profits beat The Usos (with Jeff Jarrett as the referee) to win the WWE Tag Team Championships.
Raw Women’s Champion: Bianca Belair beats Beth Phoenix. Becky Lynch
The US Championship went to Bobby Lashley, who beat. Theory: Ronda Rousey won the SmackDown Women’s Championship. Liv Morgan
Pat McAfee def. Corbin is happy.
Logan The Miz lost to Paul.
Finn Balor & Damian Priest def. Rey & Dominik Mysterio
Charlie:

Undisputed Roman Reigns beat Brock Lesnar to win the WWE Universal Title (Last Man Standing)
The Street Profits beat The Usos (with Jeff Jarrett as the referee) to win the WWE Tag Team Championships.
Becky Lynch beats Charlotte Flair to win the Raw Women’s Championship. Bianca Belair
The US Championship went to Bobby Lashley, who beat. Ronda Rousey lost the SmackDown Women’s Championship to Liv Morgan.
Pat McAfee def. Corbin is happy.
Logan lost to The Miz. Paul Rey & Dominik Mysterio def. Finn Balor and Damian Priest Start Talking

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