WWE Summer Slam 2023: Here’s Everything You Need To Know
- Summer Slam 2023
- WWE Summer Slam 2023 Date
- WWE Summer Slam 2023 Location
- WWE Summer Slam 2023 Time
- WWE Summer Slam 2023 Broadcast Channel
- WWE Summer Slam 2023 Live Streaming
- WWE Summer Slam 2023 Predictions
- Cody Rhodes vs. Brock Lesnar
- World Heavyweight Championship: Seth Rollins (c) vs. Finn Balor
- WWE Women’s Championship: Asuka (c) vs. Charlotte Flair vs. Bianca Belair
- Ricochet vs. Logan Paul
- Intercontinental Championship: Gunther (c) vs. Drew McIntyre
- Ronda Rousey vs. Shayna Baszler (MMA Rules)
- SummerSlam Battle Royal
Summer Slam 2023
Get ready for WWE’s highly anticipated SummerSlam 2023, promising a lineup of thrilling high-profile matches and captivating storylines. On August 5, Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan, USA, will witness this mega event.
One of the most anticipated clashes is the continuation of the Bloodline Civil War, pitting Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns against Jey Uso. The stakes are high as the winner will claim the prestigious Tribal Chief status. In the SummerSlam Battle Royal, male wrestlers from RAW and SmackDown will compete fiercely for glory.
A heated rivalry between Cody Rhodes and the formidable Brock Lesnar will escalate with their third official encounter. Drew McIntyre’s determination to secure the Intercontinental Championship title from Gunther promises an intense showdown. Adding to the excitement, a gripping Triple Threat match featuring Charlotte Flair, Bianca Belair, and Asuka will vie for the coveted WWE Women’s Championship title. Don’t miss out on this epic SummerSlam extravaganza.
The stage is set for an epic reunion as Seth Rollins and Finn Balor, who last clashed at SummerSlam 2016, will square off once more, vying for the prestigious World Heavyweight Championship. Additionally, brace yourself for thrilling in-ring action as Logan Paul goes head-to-head against Ricochet. And to top it off, the intense rivalry between Ronda Rousey and Shayna Baszler will culminate in an electrifying MMA Rules match that promises to be a highlight of the event. Get ready for an unforgettable showdown. Here’s all the essential information you need to know!
WWE Summer Slam 2023 Date
The WWE SummerSlam 2023 Date is locked to be 5th August in America and 6th August in India.
WWE Summer Slam 2023 Location
The WWE SummerSlam 2023 Location is Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan.
WWE Summer Slam 2023 Time
The WWE SummerSlam 2023 is set to start at 8:00 PM on Sunday, local time. For viewers in India, the show will commence at 5:30 AM IST on Monday.
WWE Summer Slam 2023 Broadcast Channel
In India, the broadcasting rights for SummerSlam 2023 have been acquired by the Sony Sports Network.
WWE Summer Slam 2023 Live Streaming
The SummerSlam 2023 will be available for free to Indian WWE fans on the SonyLIV, Jio TV, and Airtel TV apps.
WWE Summer Slam 2023 Predictions
The WWE SummerSlam 2023 Predictions are here.
In the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship match, we have Roman Reigns defending his title against Jey Uso in a Tribal Combat showdown. While some may see this as a potential opportunity for Reigns to lose the title, it appears unlikely that Uso will come out victorious. Although the Bloodline story has been compelling, neither Uso brother has been portrayed as a singles star capable of holding the world titles. WWE has previously passed on significant moments that could have marked the end of Reigns’ title reign, and it seems probable they will do so again this Saturday. The “Tribal Combat” rules offer plenty of opportunities for Reigns to find ways to retain the title, a recurring theme during his championship reign. Prediction: Roman Reigns emerges as the winner – Brent Brookhouse.
They’ve dealt a blow to my spirits. Drew McIntyre at Clash at the Castle, Sami Zayn at Elimination Chamber, and Cody Rhodes at WrestleMania have all fallen short in their attempts to dethrone Reigns. Although it may seem like Jey Uso’s storyline could lead to a title victory, it’s likely that WWE will save his big moment for a tag team win at Money in the Bank. There are still potential feuds to explore, such as Reigns versus Solo Sikoa and Rhodes’ redemption arc. Considering the current situation, it appears that no one will take the undisputed title off Reigns until WrestleMania. Prediction: Roman Reigns emerges victorious — Shakiel Mahjouri.
Cody Rhodes vs. Brock Lesnar
In this match, Rhodes needs a win more than Lesnar, and it’s highly likely that he will come out on top. Lesnar’s stature allows him to be featured in any match or situation, and fans will readily accept it. On the other hand, Rhodes has been built up with a redemption storyline, aiming to “finish the story” by winning the title his father never held, but he fell short in his WrestleMania title shot. If he loses this feud against Lesnar, it could send a discouraging message about his future in WWE. Prediction: Cody Rhodes secures the victory — Brookhouse (also Mahjouri).
World Heavyweight Championship: Seth Rollins (c) vs. Finn Balor
At this stage in his career, there’s a feeling that WWE doesn’t see Finn Balor as a world champion. However, circumstances could change, and he might be given the opportunity under the right conditions. Rollins is still popular with the fans and relatively early into his title reign. Balor’s storyline seems more focused on Judgment Day and his growing envy towards Damian Priest holding the Money in the Bank contract, not to mention Dominik Mysterio and Rhea Ripley holding championships. This narrative can continue effectively, even without Balor holding the title. Prediction: Seth Rollins retains the championship — Brookhouse.
The SummerSlam predictions show a sense of predictability, but I’m taking an upset pick by choosing Balor to dethrone Rollins. Judgement Day has overcome a rocky and negatively received start to become one of the most diverse acts on the roster. With Rhea Ripley and Dominik Mysterio as champions and Damian Priest holding the Money in the Bank briefcase, it’s time for Balor to complete the circle, especially after his loss to Rollins at Money in the Bank. Some may argue that Rollins deserves a longer reign as champion, but SmackDown already has a dominant champion. Perhaps Raw’s title scene could benefit from some changes. Prediction: Finn Balor emerges victorious – Mahjouri.
WWE Women’s Championship: Asuka (c) vs. Charlotte Flair vs. Bianca Belair
Asuka has played a secondary role in the drama between Belair and Flair, but that may work in her favor, allowing her to overcome her distracted opponents. Asuka’s reign is still relatively new, and she should be given the chance to hold onto the title. Belair has had a lengthy championship reign, and Flair’s momentum is currently lacking. It’s likely that the champion will retain. Prediction: Asuka retains the title – Mahjouri (also Brookhouse).
Ricochet vs. Logan Paul
Ricochet proves to be the perfect opponent for Logan Paul. While Paul has impressed in his limited time in the ring, he has yet to secure significant victories, impacting his status as a special attraction. Ricochet, known for his high-flying moves, offers a thrilling spotfest against Paul, and he won’t suffer much if he takes a pin. Ricochet’s role as an entertainer who delivers excitement will remain intact, even if he doesn’t become a major champion on the main roster. Prediction: Logan Paul emerges as the winner – Brookhouse (also Mahjouri).