United States Championship match announced for SummerSlam

Wendy Jensen
August 3, 2017

As WWE SmackDown Live went off the air last Tuesday, announcer John Bradshaw Layfield (JBL) hyped the following week's show as "one of the biggest Smackdowns in history". After losing the title, a frustrated Owens immediately announced that he wanted to cash in his newfound rematch clause this week, and this huge match kicks off the show. After a solid match, he took the victory over Sami Zayn. Both superstars were the top stars in their respective companies, but how could they ever meet in the squared ring when they were on separate worlds?

If Owens vs. McMahon is still the endgame at some point, then the United States Championship match at SummerSlam will more than likely result in another dusty finish.

While not official, we can tentatively pencil in a SmackDown tag team title rematch between The New Day and The Usos.

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Naomi made Carmella tap out, much to the annoyance of the veteran Natalya.

Rusev def. Chad Gable by submission to the Accolade. After forcing Gable to tap out, Rusev grabs a microphone. And mad props to John Cena for getting this guy over. The Bulgarian Brute says that nobody can beat him and he has no SummerSlam opponent because everybody is afraid of him. This announcement also wiped out the chances of Shane competing against Owens at Summerslam. Rusev responds, but not in English, before swinging at Orton.

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Headlining the Biggest Party of the Summer for the blue brand will be Jinder Mahal defending the WWE Championship against newly crowned #1 contender Shinsuke Nakamura. Both of these WWE superstars were involved in a very intensive fight and at the end of the match, it was AJ Styles who came out as the victor, allowing AJ styles to retain his United States title.

With Cena's new project due to begin filming imminently, many were expecting Nakamura to win their match last night, and they were proved right when the Japanese star pinned Cena to become the number one contender for Mahal. Somehow Cena's able to get up, but he immediately gets laid out with the Kinshasa knee strike.

John Cena raised Nakamura's hand after the match and bowed in respect before leaving the ring.

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