It's the turn of the biggest party of the summer, it's time to Summerslam 2019 in WWE, this time from Toronto, Canada. The second major event in wrestling promotion will feature a known envelope billboard. Seth Rollins, limped and wounded, will clash again with Brock Lesnar to be the Beast Slayer 2.0; Trish Stratus, "Queen of Queens" will face Charlotte Flair "Queen of Any Era"; Kofi Kingston will face Randy Orton face to face and Becky Lynch will defend his belt against Natalya, who can arrive with the support of all of Canada behind her.
Pretty exciting but … this SummerSlam still doesn't seem a bit lazy? Isn't it supposed to be a seven-hour monstrosity like WrestleMania? Keep reading to see how the night goes.
Raw Women's Champion Becky Lynch vs. Natalya – Submission Fight
The stipulation of the submission fight was charged with what could have been a much more colorful fight between Becky Lynch and Natalya, although it is justified by the fact that both use one as a finisher. The fight began with both of them wanting to previously punish their opponent's limbs, with Becky and Natalya pointing at the legs, the Canadian because that is how he prepared his finisher and the champion … to steal it from his rival and win it with his own medicine. Natalya saves herself from the Sharpshooter and counterattacks with Becky's Disarmher, who manages to get out of the ring on time before giving up to return, apply her submission and take the victory.
Winner and still RAW Women's Champion: "The Man" Becky Lynch
Goldberg vs. Dolph ziggler
The short fight of the night. Dolph Ziggler spent more time at the micro releasing his promo that it is the best thing that has happened to pro wrestling, than about the ring. The hairy hit first with two Superkicks, but in no case the account about Goldberg went from one. The Hall of Famer combined a Spear with a subsequent Jackhammer to take the victory. After this, Ziggler provoked Goldberg twice, with the legend returning to the ring to hit with two more Spear in total.
American Champion AJ Styles vs. Ricochet
Ricochet comes out on fire, seeming to have studied AJ Styles thoroughly and anticipating all his movements, and even taking advantage of Anderson & Gallows 'help outside the ring for his own benefit, with a colorful Hurricanrana relying on Styles' companions. However, the champion begins to use heel tactics and attack Ricochet's left leg to prevent his kicks and jumps. This is a good time, punishing Ricochet's leg until he begins to do some of his pirouettes on a single foot of support. Finally, the current RAW Couples Champions enter the scene, distracting the challenger. This causes him to launch a 630 ° Senton, but Styles catches him in the middle of the flight and turns that inertia into a Styles Clash to take the victory.
After the fight, Anderson and Gallows apply the Magic Killer to Ricochet.
Winner and still United States Champion: AJ Styles
SmackDown Bayley Women's Champion vs. Ember Moon
It seemed that it was going to be Ember Moon who finally got lucky and took his first belt since he debuted on the main roster, but Bayley is a lot of Bayley (and he will surely lose the belt against Charlotte sooner rather than later). Ember punished Bayley's back to make a submission key, but without success. Later, Ember sought flight, being his downfall, since Bayley got the Bayley to Belly from the heights.
Winner and still Smackdown Women's Champion: Bayley
Kevin Owens vs. Shane McMahon – If KO loses, he will have to leave WWE
In the most interesting thing that has happened in recent weeks in a pretty boring Smackdown, KO left his comfort zone heel to stand in the backstage defender and the WWE Universe crying out against the excessive prominence of Shane McMahon, "the Best in the World ", who is occupying an excessive number of programming hours and removing the possibility of showing off other underused wrestlers … and this" Pipebomb "has worked so well because it is exactly the feeling of boredom that the entire audience has, nobody No matter what the eldest of the McMahon sons do, who may still be able to give a good show, but to whom his heel alliance with Drew McIntyre, Elias and even The Revival has gotten a ball.
To ensure fair play in this fight, Shane McMahon abuses his authority and Elias is the Special Guest Referee of the ringside. The script is as expected, and KO constantly falls into Elias's provocations, causing ringside accounts that force the Canadian to run back into the ring, which causes him to be attacked by Shane McMahon over and over again, although they do not become very Long your accounts. The public rages and sings against Shane. The local wrestler grows, and tries a Pop-up Powerbomb, but Shane turns it into a powerful DDT that causes the first count of two. Shane wants to kill Owens in a humiliating way and tries the Bret Hart Sharpshooter. Owens, this time yes, applies the Powerbomb Pop-up, but Elias bothers so that the account does not occur. Climb a chair to the ring, seeking the disqualification of Owens and the automatic victory of McMahon. Owens doesn't sting and instead gets a combination of a Senton and a Frog Splash from every corner, but Elias drags the ring referee. Owens goes out and with a Cannonball leaves both officials out of play. Elias returns and Owens, taking advantage of the fact that the referee is unconscious, starts using the chair first in Elias and then is about to do it with Shane, just when the referee returns. Yes he gets a low kick while the referee is taking the chair, which is followed by a Stunner to take the victory.
Winner: Kevin Owens
Trish Stratus vs. Charlotte Flair
Now that WWE has left Charlotte a fallow season of the top opportunities, it is even appreciated to see something different for Ric Flair's daughter, such as facing the 7-time Women's Champion, local heroine in Toronto and Hall of Famer Trish Stratus.
And don't get lost …