The card keeps growing. We are on the way to Summerslam and that means WWE needs to get things going in the next three weeks. The company already has the show’s main event set but there is a lot more to a show than just that. It can be rather tricky to get everything right but WWE has to make the moves in a bit of a hurry. They covered some bases this week with some matches you might remember.
WWE added two more matches to the Summerslam card this week on SmackDown. First up, Ronda Rousey will receive her rematch for the SmackDown Women’s Title against champion Liv Morgan. Rousey lost the title to Morgan via a Money In The Bank cash-in last Saturday at Money In The Bank. Next, the Usos will defend the Tag Team Titles against the Street Profits in another Money In The Bank rematch. The previous match ended in controversy with Montez Ford seeming to get his shoulder up. There was also a mention of a special guest referee, but there is no word on who it will be.
Opinion: This is the kind of night that Summerslam needed, but at the same time it doesn’t exactly make the show look great. The fact that we are looking at a WrestleMania rematch in the main event and now two Money In The Bank rematches doesn’t exactly make me think that this is the biggest card in the world. Hopefully they can set things up a bit better going forward, as Summerslam isn’t looking great so far.
What do you think of the matches that were added? Who do you have winning? Let us know in the comments below.
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