WWE Summerslam 2017: Big News on the main event


WWE shook up the talk plant to a specific degree with a declaration from Roman Reigns on WWE Raw.

It was beforehand guessed that Brock Lesnar will protect the Universal Championship against any semblance of Finn Balor or Braun Strowman subsequent to putting down Samoa Joe at Great Balls of Fire.



The Big Dog guaranteed that it's his yard and whoever develops successful at the up and coming Raw-selective PPV will be tested by him. Roman Reigns will challenge the victor at the headliner of Summerslam for the Universal Championship coordinate.

This kept the hypotheses progressing with a potential Reigns Vs Lesnar coordinate at the greatest occasion of the late spring. Notwithstanding, a spoiler from the dependable wellspring of The Dirty Sheets Podcast expressed something other than what's expected. As indicated by them, Roman Reigns won't be included in the title picture at the Summerslam PPV.

He is planned to lose against Braun Strowman at the Great Balls of Fire PPV which will make the last one, the main contender for the title.



The source also stated that WWE is still not sure whether they will let Brock Lesnar defend the title in a singles contest at Summerslam or make it a fatal-4-way involving two more names like Finn Balor and Seth Rollins.

With this report, it is confirmed that WWE is still intact with their Wrestlemania 34 program between Reigns and Lesnar. The theories around the web propose that an obstruction from the Undertaker will permit Braun Strowman to rise successful in the rescue vehicle coordinate. This will set up the rematch amongst Reigns and Undertaker at the greatest party of the mid year and furthermore keep Reigns out of the title picture, for the time being.



In the current photos of the Undertaker surfaced on the web, it's unmistakably being seen that he is prepared to go once again inside the ring. In this way, a rematch against the man who crushed him at Wrestlemania 33 may be inescapable. This will likewise offer out the 30th commemoration of Summerslam from Brooklyn, New York.