It’s almost time for WWE’s Summerslam 2018, and there are a lot of rumors surrounding WWE’s upcoming PPV, which mainly revolve around the card being changed up to the actual event. However, it doesn’t seem like there will be any more changes for the final card, as we’re just hours away from the show. Coming to the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York–for a fourth year in a row–is WWE’s yearly event, Summerslam. This year’s PPV will be huge as the card is already stacked, including many championship matches. However, with this many matches already on the card, it’s going to be one long show.
SummerSlam takes place on Sunday, August 19,2018
at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York —
its fourth straight year in the venue.
Summerslam begins at 7 PM ET / 4 PM PT on the WWE Network. The programming schedule for August 19 has been released, and the Kickoff Show will start two hours prior. Just like the the past couple of years, Summerslam’s Kickoff has been two hours long. So if you plan on catching the entire event, make sure to tune in at 5 PM ET / 2 PM PT, as the Kickoff Show tends to have a couple matches on the program. As of this writing, there are 13 matches at 2018’s Summerslam, and there’s a possibility one more will be added.
If you’re looking to watch Summerslam, but don’t have the WWE Network, you can sign up for free for a month right now. After the trial subscription is up, the service costs $10 a month. However, there is no obligation to continue using the WWE Network after the trial.
While there are a lot of matches on the Summerslam card, one of the most notable is Daniel Bryan vs. The Miz. While you could say this rivalry dates back to 2010, when Miz was the mentor to Bryan on the first version of the TV series NXT, things really heated up back in August of 2016 when Miz went off on Bryan on an episode of Talking Smack. At the time, Bryan wasn’t cleared to wrestle, but now he is, and this is the first time these two have faced each other in the ring in years. This is easily the best match build on the card.
Additionally, many titles are on the line, including the WWE Universal Championship, which Brock Lesnar still has in his possession. He’ll be facing Roman Reigns yet again, and this may be the time Lesnar finally loses the title, but we’ve been wrong on countless occasions before.Click Here