enters a new era tonight with in Nashville – and it’s a huge show for a number of reasons.
It will mark the first premium live event of the Triple H age after following the , and fans will be eager to see what he has planned.
The card itself is stacked, with five championship clashes – including a brutal Last Man Standing match – and three bitter grudge bouts.
Typically, WWE delivers with these major monthly shows, and with Triple H at the helm, it feels like a perfect night to get everybody on side and show how bright the future can be.
As ever, we’ve put together our regular guide with all the matches, streaming details and more.
Here’s everything you need to know about the show…
When is WWE SummerSlam 2022?
WWE presents Money In The Bank tonight (July 30) with all the action on the main card kicking off at 1am for fans in the UK.
How can you watch WWE SummerSlam 2022?
Of course, there will be a Kickoff show available on the WWE Network, WWE.com, the WWE app, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and at midnight.
For fans in the UK, you can tune into the main SummerSlam show by either streaming live or watching on demand via the WWE Network – or order the event via BT Sport Box Office.
WWE SummerSlam 2022 full match card
- Last Man Standing Match for Undisputed WWE Universal Title: Roman Reigns (c) vs. Brock Lesnar
- Raw Women’s Title: Bianca Belair (c) vs. Becky Lynch
- SmackDown Women’s Title: Liv Morgan (c) vs. Ronda Rousey
- Logan Paul vs. The Miz
- Unified Tag Team Titles: The Usos (c) vs. The Street Profits (Special guest referee: Jeff Jarrett)
- United States Title: Bobby Lashley (c) vs. Theory
- No Disqualification: Los Mysterios vs. Judgment Day
- Pat McAfee vs. Happy Corbin
What can you expect from WWE SummerSlam? Predictions for the show
SummerSlam is harder to predict that most shows as we’re just a week removed from an industry changing few of days when Vince McMahon retirement amid the board of director’s ongoing investigation into allegations of misconduct, with Triple H, Stephanie McMahon and Nick Khan now ruling the roost.
It means tonight is the first real chance to see how much things have changed and what The Game has planned for the coming months.
There have already been big changes, with Seth Freakin’ Rollins no longer facing Riddle, with reports that match will instead take place in Cardiff, Wales at Clash At The Castle on September 3 – which leaves the Visionary without an opponent.
In terms of the confirmed matches, look for Roman Reigns to once again beat Brock Lesnar in a hard hitting match to book a fight with Drew McIntyre in Cardiff, while Bianca Belair should complete her redemption arc against Becky Lynch.
Liv Morgan shouldn’t lose her title at the first hurdle, and while you’d expect Logan Paul to pick up a win in his first ever singles match – in a bout that should prove to fans how much he has to offer – there’s a chance .
Jeff Jarrett’s involvement could prove decisive in the tag ranks and this feels like Street Profits’ time before Montez Ford gets a chance to shine solo, while Theory could continue a downward spiral by .
Judgment Day should beat Los Mysterios after losing to them on Raw, and it could finally be where Dominik turns on his dad Rey – maybe leading to Edge (and possibly Bray Wyatt) returning to even the odds.
Finally, Pat McAfee and Happy Corbin could be the sleeper of the match, with Corbin more than capable of helping McAfee to a fun heavyweight scrap.
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