WWE SummerSlam 2017 Results

For WWE SummerSlam results, photos and video highlights, stick with WWE.com throughout the day.


The action begins with the Kickoff at 5 ET/2 PT, which streams live on the award-winning WWE Network and can be seen on a free stream on WWE.com, the WWE App, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and Pinterest. The action includes The New Day vs. The Usos for the SmackDown Tag Team Championships, and Akira Tozawa’s first WWE Cruiserweight Championship defense against Neville.

Then, The Biggest Event of the Summer, sponsored by Cricket Wireless and KFC, streams live on WWE Network at a special start time of 7 ET/4 PT and features a Fatal 4-Way Match for Brock Lesnar's Universal Championship, Jinder Mahal and Shinsuke Nakamura’s WWE Championship Match and the return of “The Demon” Finn Bálor against Bray Wyatt.

As the action unfolds, WWE.com will update this story with live results.

Big Cass def. Big Show 

SmackDown Women’s Championship Match
Natalya def. Naomi (New Champion)

John Cena def. Baron Corbin

SmackDown Tag Team Championship Kickoff Match
The Usos def. The New Day (New Champions)  (VIDEO)

WWE Cruiserweight Championship Kickoff Match
Neville def. Akira Tozawa (New Champion) (VIDEO) (PHOTOS) (Exclusive with Neville)

Six-Man Tag Team Kickoff Match 
Intercontinental Champion The Miz & The Miztourage def. Jason Jordan & The Hardy Boyz (PHOTOS) (Exclusive with Miz)

Universal Championship Fatal 4-Way Match — If Brock Lesnar loses, he and Paul Heyman leave WWE
Brock Lesnar (c) vs. Roman Reigns vs. Samoa Joe vs. Braun Strowman

WWE Championship Match
Jinder Mahal (c) vs. Shinsuke Nakamura

“The Demon” Finn Bálor vs. Bray Wyatt

United States Championship Match — Shane McMahon as special guest referee
AJ Styles (c) vs. Kevin Owens

Raw Women’s Championship Match
Alexa Bliss (c) vs. Sasha Banks

Raw Tag Team Championship Match
Cesaro & Sheamus (c) vs. Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins

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WWE Network will stream SummerSlam live in Japanese for the first time

TOKYO, JAPAN – WWE Network will stream SummerSlam live in Japanese for the first time this Monday, August 21, at 8 a.m. JST, from a sold-out Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. Shun Yamaguchi and Funaki will call the action live from ringside.




“As we continue to place an emphasis on international growth, offering a customized version of SummerSlam to our fans in Japan was a priority,” said Michelle Wilson, WWE Chief Revenue & Marketing Officer. “This is another step in our ongoing strategy to create localized WWE Network content for our fans around the world.”

SummerSlam will feature WWE’s biggest Superstars, including John Cena, Brock Lesnar, Roman Reigns, Jinder Mahal, Naomi, Alexa Bliss, Braun Strowman, AJ Styles, Randy Orton, Natalya, Samoa Joe, The Usos, The New Day and more.

Following SummerSlam, all pay-per-views on WWE Network will be available in Japanese moving forward. Fans can watch SummerSlam and all of WWE Network’s programming by signing up today at WWENetwork.com.

Originally posted: http://www.wwe.com/worldwide/article/wwe-network-to-stream-summerslam-live-in-japanese
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WWE SummerSlam 2017 matches, card, start time, date, rumors, kickoff show

WWE SummerSlam, the company's second-biggest pay-per-view of the year, is nearly built with a week to go until what should be a jam-packed show. But with the main events now announced and a couple matches still rumored, it's time to take a look at the card as we await final official word.


It is all set to go down live from Brooklyn beginning at 7 p.m. ET on Sunday, August 20. The kickoff show will start an hour earlier at 6 p.m. ET and all action can be watched live nationally on WWE Network.

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2017 WWE SummerSlam matches

Universal Championship -- Brock Lesnar (c) vs. Roman Reigns vs. Samoa Joe vs. Braun Strowman (Fatal 4-Way): There will be more than 1,200 pounds of mass in this match, which should be the main event of the card. Paul Heyman added a stipulation that Lesnar will leave WWE if he loses the title due to a Fatal 4-Way being unfair to the champion.

WWE Championship -- Jinder Mahal (c) vs. Shinsuke Nakamura: It was long expected that Cena would be the one to fight and defeat Mahal, but Nakamura beat Cena clean to become the No. 1 contender for the WWE title. There has been no build otherwise for this match.

United States Championship -- AJ Styles (c) vs. Kevin Owens: The fourth time they will meet with the title on the line in a televised match, Styles and Owens will do so this time with SmackDown commissioner Shane McMahon serving as the special guest referee. This one should finally result in a ... somewhat-decisive finish.

Finn Balor vs. Bray Wyatt: This feud finally came to a head Monday on Raw when Wyatt beat Balor clean and appeared to dump blood on him after the match. Backstage, Balor teased the return of the Demon King at SummerSlam.

Raw Women's Championship -- Alexa Bliss (c) vs. Sasha Banks: Though Baley earned the No. 1 contendership, a shoulder injury has forced her from SummerSlam. Banks beat Nia Jax in a No. 1 contendership match on Monday.

SmackDown Women's Championship -- Naomi (c) vs. Natalya: Earning her shot by winning a Fatal 5-Way match at Battleground, Natalya will look to win her first "women's" championship after previously being divas champion for two months. This match will likely take place on the kickoff show.

Raw Tag Team Championship -- Sheamus & Cesaro (c) vs. Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins: Moments after Ambrose and Rollins reunited, general manager Kurt Angle locked in a tag team championship match at SummerSlam.

John Cena vs. Baron Corbin: Corbin attacked Nakamura and Cena came to the aid of the King of Strong Style on SmackDown by putting Corbin through the announce table. Daniel Bryan made the match official on Tuesday.

Randy Orton vs. Rusev: Not exactly sure who came up with this one.

Big Show vs. Big Cass: Enzo Amore will be suspended above the ring in a shark cage. This should be on the kickoff show, one would hope.

SmackDown Tag Team Championship -- The New Day (c) vs. The Usos (Kickoff Show): New Day won the titles at Battleground, so a rematch makes plenty of sense. There are no other tag teams on the show really deserving of the spotlight anyway.

Cruiserweight Championship -- Akira Tozawa (c) vs. Neville (Kickoff Show): After Tozawa surprisingly beat Neville clean for the title on Raw, the former champion gets his rematch at SummerSlam.

Also Read: Join Triple H and Stephanie McMahon for a special SummerSlam Meet & Greet to benefit Connor’s Cure on Friday, Aug. 18.

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How to Watch WWE SummerSlam 20/08/2017 Free Live Stream Online

WWE SummerSlam 2017 is the August month special pay-per-view is going to be held on Sunday, Aug. 20, at 7 p.m. ET. In India, SummerSlam will be live and repeated on Monday, Aug. 21 on TEN 1/1HD. This will mark the second time in as many years the company will hold this event in the area, as it's becoming the new tradition to run three straight nights in the building with various shows.


WWE SummerSlam 2017 Live Stream
Summerslam is said to even top WrestleMania with the fire-power and the matches set for the PPV event. Top Superstars will compete against in each other in hope of gaining an edge in a rivalry or winning a title.

So if you looking for a free live stream of WWE SummerSlam 2017?

There’s only one legal way to get it, and we'll break it down for you here:

WWE events and pay-per-views are included in subscriptions to the WWE Network. The first month of the subscription is a free trial. You will have to enter a credit card number, but you won’t be billed for the first month, and if you cancel your subscription anytime in the next month you won’t have to pay.

If you don’t cancel, then after one free month you’ll start paying $9.99 per month for the WWE Network subscription. You have one month to decide whether to cancel, after which you will be billed. But for now, if you want a free and legal stream of tonight's WWE SummerSlam 2017 broadcast, you can go here to subscribe to WWE Network, get a free month and watch the show.

You can stream the WWE Network on many different devices, including PC and Mac desktop or laptop, connected TV, Roku, Apple TV, Playstation, Xbox One, Amazon Fire TV and Kindle Fire, iPhone or iPad, or Android smartphone and tablet.

To recap, you can go here to set up a free month of WWE Network. Then you can use the how-to guide below to stream WWE SummerSlam 2017 on your computer, gaming console, tablet, connected TV or other devices.

WWE SummerSlam 2017 Free Live Stream Online

  1. Go here and sign up for your free month of WWE Network, and establish your new account's login and password. If it’s time for the event, you can watch it right away, as you’ll be directed to the Networks 24/7 streaming feed. If you sign up early, come back later and follow the rest of these steps.
  2. Go to http://www.wwe.com
  3. Click Watch inside the WWE Network banner in the upper right portion of the page.
  4. You’ll be prompted to log in to WWE Network if you aren’t already logged in.
  5. After login, you’ll be directed to the WWE Network homepage, which streams 24/7 broadcasting, including the live PPVs. At 7 p.m., the WWE SummerSlam 2017 event begins.



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Get SummerSlam 2017 tickets now


WWE SummerSlam 2017 goes to the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., for a third back to back year on Sunday, Aug. 20, and you can get tickets at Ticketmaster.com now.



WWE has reported on their website, and also their online social media accounts, that the 2017 SummerSlam pay-per-view is making a beeline for Brooklyn for the mid year's most smoking occasion!

On the off chance that you didn't have idea

This year will check the seventh time WWE has held SummerSlam inside the territory of New York and the third sequential year that they are coming back to Brooklyn. SummerSlam has dependably been viewed as one of WWE's "Enormous Four," alongside WrestleMania, Royal Rumble, and Survivor Series.

WWE's warm-climate equal to WrestleMania, SummerSlam has been a yearly custom since its presentation in 1988. A year ago's sold-out spectacle saw the delegated of the inaugural Universal Champion, an exemplary confrontation between AJ Styles and John Cena, and a hard-hitting fight between Brock Lesnar and Randy Orton.

What will anticipate the WWE Universe this year when the Superstars of both Raw and SmackDown LIVE contend at the 30th yearly SummerSlam? Discover live and face to face by getting your ticket now!

Also Read: List of confirmed matches for SummerSlam 2017
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5 Greatest Moments in SummerSlam History

Throughout the years, the show has been utilized as an approach to enable youthful ability to become famous and to permit legends from the past make a rebound.

While not holding the esteem of a Wrestlemania, being included in a major match on the Summerslam card can, in any case, do ponders for your vacation.

En route, we have likewise been dealt with to some important minutes that make the greatest party of the midyear a basic piece of our expert wrestling knowledge. Here is a gander at 10 of the best:


The greatest moments in SummerSlam history:


1. Elizabeth tears off her skirt – 1988


In the primary ever headliner of SummerSlam, the Mega Powers (Hulk Hogan and "Macho Man" Randy Savage) went up against the Mega Bucks (Andre the Giant and "Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase) with Jesse "The Body" Ventura as the unique visitor arbitrator.

The Mega Bucks appeared to have everything going their way as both Hogan and Savage were down. Yet, at that point, Miss Elizabeth jumped up on the cover and whipped off her skirt uncovering attractive swimming outfit bottoms.

The Mega Bucks and in addition Ventura were astonished and apparently in a daze.
Because of the diversion, the Mega Powers recouped and could get the win.


2. The British Bulldog wins the Intercontinental Championship in front of his family and the Wembley Stadium Crowd – 1992


For a considerable lot of the more established fans among us, the best Summerslam ever is Summerslam 1992 from Wembley Stadium, London.

The card was worked around the way that a rising British star would have been confronting the Hitman Bret Hart, who coincidentally was his brother by marriage, for the Intercontinental Championship.

The match was sufficient to make the headliner of the show. The Ultimate Warrior would be going up against Randy Savage for the WWF Championship, however, they couldn't have had such a mark minute not finish off the occasion.

The British Bulldog, a previous tag-group champion who was gradually turning into a best single's star, was given the chance to speak to his nation in what was seen, even in those days, as the greatest wrestling organization on the planet.

As you'd expect, the match was a course reading presentation of expert wrestling and the pack were submerged in the activity all the way.


3. Undertaker stared down the fake Undertaker – 1994


The Undertaker's prominence all through an initial couple of years of his vocation was sufficient for Vince to transform the man from the dull side into a babyface.

Taker took to his new part splendidly, yet the same couldn't generally be said for Paul Bearer.
His look and general mien made him substantially more suited to being a foot rear area and a split between the two men felt practically unavoidable.

In 1996, Mick Foley made his introduction with the organization as Mankind. He was promptly tossed at Taker and started costing him signature matches.

Taker countered and the combine wound up meeting at the 1996 Summerslam appear in an 'Engine compartment Brawl' coordinate. This played off the idea of Mankind living in the engine compartments of the diverse fields the organization shot from.

The possibility of the match was to make it back to the ring and recover the urn from Paul Bearer.


4. Steve Blackman hits a flying elbow on Shane McMahon from 20 feet up – 2000


Shane McMahon has no dread. He's demonstrated that time and again, and SummerSlam 2000 was one of them.

Shane-O-Mac was doing all that he could to overcome Steve Blackman for the Hardcore Championship.

After a short time, the two in some way or another discovered their way up on the platform around 20-feet over the stage. Blackman could push Shane off the framework and through the stage.
To make this a significantly greater exhibition, Blackman hopped off the platform and hit a Flying Elbow Drop for the win.


5. The Youngest World Champion in WWE History - Randy Orton in 2004


Randy Orton won a Battle Royal to end up noticeably the No. 1 Contender for the World Heavyweight Championship, which set up a match against Chris Benoit at SummerSlam 2004.

Benoit had been having some fantastic luck, vanquishing Shawn Michaels and Triple H in two straight Triple Threat Matches and additionally getting a major prevail upon Kane.


Orton was youthful, however, he was quickly ascending the positions and was alone. Indeed, even without Evolution close by, Orton could hit the RKO suddenly to prove to be the best and turn into the youngest World Heavyweight Champion in WWE history.

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Now ready to watch WWE SummerSlam Live Stream 2017 going to be held on Sunday, Aug. 20 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY!

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5 Reasons Why Braun Strowman Should Win WWE SummerSlam 2017

As confirmation of this advancement, Strowman will enter the ring at WWE SummerSlam as one of three challengers for the Universal Championship.

Current champ Brock Lesnar is set to shield in a deadly four manner against Roman Reigns, Samoa Joe, and Strowman. To date, it's the greatest match of Braun's young vocation, and it's one that could set the phase for a long keep running at the highest point of WWE cards. 

In the event that effective in his match at SummerSlam, Strowman would make the following stride in his officially famous profession.

Would you be able to envision if the principal title Braun won in WWE was the best prize for the Raw brand? It's anything but difficult to suppose he could, however, does that essentially mean he should?

One of the most brutal rivalries in Raw history between Roman Reigns vs. Braun Strowman intensifies in this colossal Last Man Standing Match: RAW, Aug. 7, 2017.



Here are five reasons why Braun Strowman should win at WWE SummerSlam 2017:


1. The most over wrestler today

Notwithstanding whether he's depicted as a foot rear area or not, when Braun Strowman tipped Roman Reigns over in an emergency vehicle, he turned into the greatest babyface on the program.

Vince may endeavor to overlook it, yet Roman gets booed out of the building more than anybody these days and when Strowman put him on the rack, people in general right away experienced passionate feelings for him.

2. To make him legit title contender

On the off chance that the bits of gossip are valid, Roman Reigns is set to confront Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 34.

Meanwhile, the Beast needs a commendable adversary to fill time before Summerslam not to mention WrestleMania. 

As the current WWE Universal Champion is traveling for some time, the WWE must keep on building up Braun Strowman as the most dreaded no.1 contender in late history. 

As the man that simply resigned the greatest name in proficient wrestling, Roman Reigns has a fantastic measure of energy appended to his character. 

If Strowman somehow managed to beat Reigns after what he just accomplished, it would consequently elevate him to the highest point of the organization close by Brock Lesnar.

3. Braun is the only man in the Wyatt family who has no individual glory

For the self-evident actuality, he has simply made a big appearance and the fight Imperial looks as the ideal stepping stool for him.

WWE, as we as a whole know, energizes new gifts for future speculation and for the present, they without a doubt as hellfire require another mammoth. 

Kane and Big Show have helped this spot for WWE over years and now it is the ideal opportunity for another face.

Braun has every one of the fixings to assume control and convey the inheritance forward. He is the man and is a genuine goliath amidst the ring. WWE should get this open door and put resources into him.

4. To give him THAT one win

Braun Strowman might be a standout amongst the most overwhelming whizzes we've ever observed, however, regardless he hasn't had THAT one noteworthy win. 

Yes, he's beaten any semblance of Big Show and Mark Henry in his run, yet they aren't headliner gauge stars any longer, and he needs greater scalps. Also, in the present current atmosphere, there's no greater scalp than a perfect prevail upon Roman Reigns. 

By what other means do you transform a creature heel into a star? Have him beat the person everybody believes is the divinely selected individual, and do it neatly. If not, Strowman will be taken a gander at similarly all different beasts are; they're prevailing, yet in a matter of moments they'll be merchants to the headliner babyfaces. 

It's happened to Rusev, Bray Wyatt, Mark Henry and the Big Show. Braun Strowman is much excessively capable, making it impossible to endure such comparative treatment.

5. A Monster Among Proven Veterans

Strowman's rivals at SummerSlam are Roman Reigns, Samoa Joe, and current Universal Champion Brock Lesnar. 

Joined, there are about thirty years of star wrestling background in the ring with him. Also, the eleven big showdowns won by the three men he'll square up against. 

What's more, if Strawman is successful, he'll have crushed every one of them three. On the off chance that that is not a genuine star-production minute, I don't comprehend what is.


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