#2 Trish Stratus lost her final match in WWE
A number of titanic names were part of SummerSlam, and Trish Stratus was certainly one of them. The seven-time Women's Champion participated in a singles match after eight years. When Charlotte Flair challenged Trish Stratus for a match at SummerSlam, the latter accepted it.
Charlotte and Trish have sixteen Women's Titles between them, so it was certainly the Clash of the Titans. There is little doubt over the proficiency of Charlotte Flair in the squared circle, while Trish Stratus wasn't far away in her hometown.
Despite being away from the ring for a long time, Trish delivered a remarkable performance. The WWE Hall of Famer went toe-to-toe with Charlotte Flair but she could not get the job done in her final match.
Considering it might be the last match of Trish, a large number of fans expected her to do finish off in style but it didn't happen. Regardless of the result of the match, Trish's career has been extraordinary.
#1 An injured Seth Rollins slew the Beast Incarnate
The Universal Championship was on the line as Brock Lesnar defended the belt against Seth Rollins. The Beast cashed in the Money in the Bank contract at Extreme Rules to become the Universal Champion. Rollins punched his ticket for SummerSlam by winning a ten-man Battle Royal Match on RAW.
Prior to the match, Lesnar was an easy pick to win the match, but we saw a huge upset. Seth Rollins, who had a kayfabe injury after two vicious assaults in the last two weeks, pinned Brock Lesnar in the main event of the night. Unlike WrestleMania 35, it was a clean victory for the Beastslayer.
Without a shadow of a doubt, it was the best match of the night. From the beginning of the match, Lesnar was targeting the injured area of Rollins. Lesnar delivered some German Suplexes and one F-5 to Rollins but the latter looked determined to recapture the most coveted prize of the Red Brand. It took multiple Stomps to slay the Beast in Toronto.