Wrestlers dating 2016
Wrestlers dating 2016
After losing to Cesaro on the August 1 episode of Raw, Sheamus attacked Cesaro.
Finn Bálor won the first Fatal 4-Way by defeating Cesaro, Kevin Owens, and Rusev, and Reigns won the second by defeating Chris Jericho, Sami Zayn, and Sheamus.
Summer Slam featured professional wrestling matches that involve different wrestlers from pre-existing feuds, plots, and storylines that played out on WWE's primary television programs.
Wrestlers portrayed villains or heroes as they follow a series of events that built tension and culminated in a wrestling match or series of matches.
After AJ Styles's victory over John Cena at Money in the Bank, Cena teamed up with Enzo Amore and Big Cass to defeat Styles, Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows (The Club) at Battleground.
On the August 2 episode of Smack Down, Styles challenged Cena to another match at Summer Slam, which Cena accepted.
We got Lacey -- who's developing a female wrestling league with Hulk Hogan's daughter, Brooke -- and she talked to us about her childhood crush on The Rock ... Lacey then opened up why she's glad they did -- her father, Kerry, along with his brothers, Chris and Mike, committed suicide ...
and her other uncle, David, died of a suspected drug overdose ... At Battleground, Sasha Banks recruited Bayley from NXT as a mystery partner and the two defeated WWE Women's Champion Charlotte and Dana Brooke in a Tag team match when Sasha made Charlotte submit.This earned Sasha a title match against Charlotte on the following night on Raw, in which Sasha Banks again made Charlotte submit and became the second WWE Women's Champion.After Smack Down draftee Dean Ambrose retained the WWE Championship at Battleground against Raw draftees Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins in a Triple threat match, the title became exclusive to Smack Down.Subsequently, Stephanie Mc Mahon and Mick Foley created a new championship, the WWE Universal Championship, the following night on Raw to serve as a world championship for the brand.Summer Slam 2016 was a professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event produced by WWE.