Summerslam 2020 Live stream: Match card, start time and how to watch The biggest party of the summer is almost here, as WWE SummerSlam live streams are only a day away. And SummerSlam 2020 is getting a venue befitting its tag line: The WWE Thunderdome at the Amway Center, which is going to be filled with all sorts of visual intensity (that hopefully doesn’t take too much away from the matches).
Summerslam 2020 Live
SummerSlam 2020 is headlined by Drew McIntyre defending the WWE Championship against Randy Orton, as The Viper’s reached the main event picture again, and looking to take down the thick-thighed Scottish Claymore machine. Would they end McIntyre’s streak this early to try and draw attention? We’ll find out. Something’s gotta fix the WWE’s abysmal ratings.
The other main-event title match sees a more malicious Braun Strowman taking on “The Fiend”-mode version of Bray Wyatt, who sorta kinda drowned the Universal Champ at Extreme Rules and has been in a weird on-screen thing with Alexa Bliss ever since.
The next high-profile match is Dominik Mysterio’s official WWE in-ring debut against Seth Rollins. The Meh-nday Night Messiah’s been torturing Dom and his family lately, bruising the heck out of the kid’s back and chest with kendo sticks and blinding his father at WWE Extreme Rules 2020. Will Dom start his career with a win?
Lastly, let’s talk about Asuka, who’s got two title shots at SummerSlam. They’ve always said “NOBODY IS READY FOR ASUKA!” but is the highlight of Raw ready to take both Bayley and Sasha Banks’ titles away? Will WWE finally pull the trigger on breaking up the Golden Rolemodels? We’re curious.
As it stands now, the rest of the card leaves a lot to be desired, as Street Profits vs Andrade and Garza is the only tag title match — wither Naks and Cesaro? Will their match be announced on SmackDown from the Thunderdome, or on the day-of? Plus Apollo Crews vs MVP needs to give us something interesting story-wise to not just be another rematch.
You’ll find my predictions below, but I’m truly hopeful that Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville’s hair vs hair match delivers. Their feud has been excellent, carried by Deville’s impressive mic skills.
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