5 biggest questions SummerSlam left us with
- What's next after The Biggest Party of the Summer?
The 32nd edition of The Biggest Party of the Summer is in the history books. WWE SummerSlam 2019 is done and dusted with, and the PPV sure ended up giving the WWE Universe a bunch of memorable moments.
Bray Wyatt debuted his 'Fiend' tonight to take on longtime rival Finn Balor and emerged victorious without losing a sweat. Becky Lynch defeated Canada's own Natalya with her signature move the Disarm Her, while in the main event, Seth Rollins put down The Beast again.
Now that the dust has settled down, it's time to move forward and look into what the immediate future has in store for WWE Superstars. Let's take a look at 5 big questions SummerSlam 2019 left us with.
#5 Who will Wyatt target next?
The Fiend finally made his in-ring return tonight at SummerSlam in front of a white-hot Toronto crowd. Finn Balor was Wyatt's first victim upon his big return a few weeks on Monday Night Raw.
These two Superstars had previously squared off at a SummerSlam event two years ago, with Balor donning the persona of The Demon, and picking up the win. This time though, Wyatt's Fiend was too much for Balor, who wasn't in his Demon garb. A Mandible Claw put Balor down and Wyatt emerged victorious.
After one of the most dominant debuts we've seen so far this year, what's next for The Fiend? Will he turn his attention towards destroying mid-carders and jobbers for a while, or will another major Superstar be his next victim? Hopefully, we get these answers on the upcoming Monday Night Raw episode.
WWE has something incredibly special and promising in the form of Wyatt, and giving him a series of victories over major stars such as Balor would help him gain back his steam that he had lost before his return.
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