Rebooking a Better WWE SummerSlam 2022 Match Schedule
Despite having created the WWE SummerSlam lineup, WWE management reportedly “truly don’t like the SummerSlam card,” according to WrestleVotes on Tuesday.
The summers extravaganza currently consists of rematches, two of which took place at WrestleMania 38 in April. Rematches aren’t necessarily a negative thing. Depending on how they’re handled or where they occur, but the weak card that surrounds them undoubtedly doesn’t help.
What, then, would be a superior lineup?
Here is a rebooked card that could surpass the one we will see in Nashville. Tennessee on July 30 in light of the current circumstances in WWE. Where the injuries affecting the product (Cody Rhodes, Rhea Ripley) are still very real and other stars (John Cena, The Rock, Charlotte Flair) remain unavailable.
Bobby Lashley and Veer compete in the United States Championship.
Veer has recently been neglected and left to languish in artistic hell while the writing staff finds something better for him to do.
What better way to get him back into the spotlight than to assault Bobby Lashley and set up a fight for the US Championship between two tough guys?
It certainly beats another confrontation between The All Mighty and Theory, And it provides the heel his first opportunity to compete in a title battle against one of the company’s most over-the-hill performers.
AJ Styles vs Gunther for the Intercontinental Championship Open Challenge
There is no possibility that WWE will pass through Nashville, the location of Impact Wrestling, without include the man who was crucial to the early success of that organisation. AJ Styles doesn’t seem to have a place on the current card, so this scenario gives him one.
What better way to get The Phenomenal One on the card and give fans a potential show-stealer than by pairing them up?
Naturally, Gunther would go, but Styles would have the chance to remind Nashville fans of the origins of his moniker.
Kevin Owens vs Riddle
The classic “they need to be on the programme. But there’s nothing else better for them to do” bout would be Riddle vs. Kevin Owens. Given how important they have been to WWE in 2022. It is a little disheartening, but it happens in every promotion.
Regardless of their motivations for participating, the match would be excellent since both guys would excel as team players.
Riddle would probably go over to continue his breakthrough year, but either player is strong enough to handle a loss, so all options are available.
Rey Mysterio vs. Theory
Theory interrupts the event as Rey Mysterio prepares to mark his 20th year in the WWE. He hoping to further establish his name and prestige at the cost of the potential Hall of Famer
The haughty heel would interrupt the action in Madison Square Garden, complaining that Mysterio was taking up all the attention that was rightfully his. Particularly given that he is Mr. Money in the Bank. He is about to depart Nashville and SummerSlam as the uncontested WWE champion.
The previous time Mysterio faced Roman Reigns, he was unable to do it.
Theory may even claim that Dominik. The son of Mysterio, has accomplished more in two years than he has in six. And that he did not rely on nepotism to do it, oblivious to the fact. Mr. McMahon put him up for all of his accomplishments, like a good heel would.
Mysterio responds, Theory hits him in the face with the briefcase and drops him to the ground amid boos.
In one scene, WWE creates tension for Theory by having him defeat a legendary figure on his big night. This creates a conflict with greater passion than the monotonous United States Championship bout. Between Bobby Lashley that the organisation has scheduled in its place.
In addition, Since The All Mighty is expected to retain his championship, it provides Theory an opportunity to earn a victory and gain momentum that he won’t receive at SummerSlam.