3 Biggest things WWE made clear at SummerSlam
- SummerSlam delivered a good show this year
The Biggest Party of the Summer, SummerSlam, was one hell of a show as it had some action-packed matches. Although a total of ten matches were scheduled to take place, two more matches were added to the kick-off show.
A number of titles were defended and one title changed hands. SummerSlam was held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada this year. A sold-out Scotiabank Arena was loud during the show. Goldberg proved his dominance again when he squashed Dolph Ziggler. The RAW Women's Champion Becky Lynch retained the red belt against Natalya, while Bayley managed to defend the blue belt successfully against Ember Moon. Moreover, Trish Stratus lost her final match in WWE.
Ricochet and AJ Styles produced a stellar match as the latter retained the US Title. The Fiend made an awe-inspiring debut when he defeated Finn Balor. The Universal Championship Match was certainly the match of the night as Seth Rollins regained the Universal Champion by pinning Brock Lesnsar.
Let's discuss three things WWE made clear at SummerSlam:
#3 The Fiend will terrorize WWE
There is no denying that the fans were eagerly waiting for the in-ring debut of The Fiend. Bray's Wyatt's new gimmick has taken WWE by storm and his alter ego has been the focal point. While The Fiend's entrance was astounding, his performance was equally good at the Scotiabank Arena.
Finn Balor, who faced The Fiend at SummerSlam, looked terrified when the latter made his entrance. The Fiend's entrance music was the remix version of Bray Wyatt's old theme song but it was certainly captivating. The match lasted a couple of minutes as The Fiend used Mandible Claw to beat the former Universal Champion.
Judging by the match at SummerSlam, WWE has big plans for the new Bray Wyatt and he will continue to terrorize WWE. Prior to Balor, The Fiend also assaulted Kurt Angle and Mick Foley. It will be interesting to see who becomes the next victim of The Fiend.