WWE SummerSlam 2016 is here and the focus is the title matches. Both Raw and SmackDown will have major titles on the line with the outcome seemingly predictable. Or is it?
Rollins vs. Balor and…
For Raw, the SummerSlam 2016 match pitting Seth Rollins against Finn Balor seems to favor the former for the first-ever Universal title. But then again, that would be easy and Balor is by no means a big draw thus far. One thing worth noting is that the real heel is undefined at this point. Could we see Balor turn heel with the help of Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson?
Such a move would pave the way for the Balor Club, a faction that many may have forgotten. If so, it could be Ambrose’s transition to the baby face everyone has been waiting for.
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Does Randy Orton have a chance?
Without batting an eyelash, it is obvious that Brock Lesnar has the upper hand over Randy Orton. It is a no-brainer when one thinks about the power for power setto. But will it be that easy for the “Beast Incarnate”?
Unless this pairing goes beyond SummerSlam, Lesnar should be the winner. If the WWE decides to prolong it, don’t be surprised to see Orton win by some means.
Dolph Ziggler could steal title from Dean Ambrose at SummerSlam
Dean Ambrose has been the star of the show, but a recent interview on Steve Austin’s podcast may have gotten him in trouble. The word out is that the WWE is upset over his remarks against Lesnar, which could tilt some storylines.
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Paired with the belief that Ziggler could be turning heel, a possible win by the “Showoff” could happen. The only scenario that makes sense for Ziggler becoming the champion is via heel-turn and that it must be a convincing one.
WWE SummerSlam 2016 happens this Sunday at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn New York starting at 7 p.m. ET. The event can be followed live via the WWE Network.