Complete WWE SummerSlam 2022 results.
This Saturday night is WWE SummerSlam 2022 live from Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee.
The main event will see Roman Reigns defend the WWE Universal Championship against Brock Lesnar in what will be their last match together. A game under the threat of cash-in from Mr Money In The Bank, Theory.
The Usos and The Street Profits will face off for the former RAW and SmackDown Unified Tag Team Championship titles, in a match refereed by Jeff Jarrett.
Bianca Belair and Becky Lynch reunited a year after the pumpkin returned later and captured the title of the Smackdown Championship in the first place. This time, Bianca Belair defended the RAW champion title. Liv Morgan will defend the SmackDown Championship title against former champion Ronda Rousey.
We will also see Logan Paul against The Miz, Mysterio against Judgment Day, and Seth Rollins should have a match against a surprise opponent.
Also read: WWE SummerSlam 2022 final card
The night starts with the RAW championship match. Bianca Belair took on Becky Lynch to defend her belt, one year after Lynch defeated Belair for the SmackDown title.
Bianca Belair defeated Becky Lynch by falling with his KOD followed by a beautiful spanish fly off the second rope to retain his title.
Good match, a bit of a drag in the first few minutes but an effective opener afterwards. And we are not at the end of our surprises. Becky Lynch shakes hands with Bianca Belair after the match, before giving her a hug. But it doesn’t stop there: Bayley is back, is she the next challenger to Bianca Belair? No doubt, but it does not come alone. Bayley seems to be in love with Dakota Kai and Io Shirai who alternately arrive.
Facing each other in the ring, the trio of Bayley, Kai and Shirai on one side, Lynch and Belair on the other. We almost believe in another return to join the clan of faces. This is for next time.
Triple H is at work, no doubt possible tonight.
Back to the action of the match between Logan Paul and the Miz. Miz, Maryse and Ciampa have green. Green is unlucky on stage.
Logan Paul defeated The Miz by falling to a Skull Crushin Finale. Logan Paul’s performance was amazing, for a guy just starting out. Tommaso Ciampa tries to intervene, the referee wants to kick him from ringside but he doesn’t want to leave, so AJ Styles comes to take care.
We’re teasing AJ Styles vs. Ciampa, all under the tutelage of Triple H who clearly wants to bring it all back, so hot in Nashville.
Mr Money In The Bank Theory, who has big plans for later in the night, will now enter to try to take the United States Champion title from Bobby Lashley. Theory hit Lashley with his briefcase before the match hoping to gain the upper hand.
Bobby Lashley defeated Theory by submission to the Hurt Lock to retain the United States Champion title.
The match was short, Theory even had a message to leave him because in the end it was of little interest compared to his plan for tonight, but Lashley came to bring him back to the ring.
We quickly move on to Judgment Day going into full swing with Rhea Ripley, for the match between Finn Bálor and Damian Priest against Mysterio. The game has no disqualification, everything is possible.
The Mysterios defeated Judgment Day via pinfall with a springboard splash from Rey Mysterio on Finn Bálor after a double 619, but especially after a (not really) surprise comeback from Edge.
Edge, after a few weeks of teasing, returns to us after going to the hairdresser to avenge the attack his own clan suffered. Edge speared Bálor and Priest to allow Mysterio to end the match.
- Unified WWE & Universal Championships: Roman Reigns (c) vs. Brock Lesnar — Last Man Standing
- Smackdown Championship: Liv Morgan (c) vs. Ronda Rousey
- Unified RAW & SmackDown Tag Team Championships: The Usos (c) vs. The Street Profits — Jeff Jarrett is a referee