Early Predictions for WWE Summerslam 2023


WWE brought another epic event in London for three consecutive premium events outside the United States. Money in the Bank featured seven incredible matches with many surprises to the O2 Arena that will lead into Summerslam. Here is a breakdown of match cards that can happen for Summerslam 2023 in Detroit, Michigan.

First, Damian Priest won the Money in the Bank briefcase over Ricochet, Shinsuke Nakamura, LA Knight, Santos Escobar, Butch, and Logan Paul. The victory set precedence as the number one contender for any championship title. That does not mean he will announce it. Priest can cash in the briefcase at any given time without notice and take away the title from any champion should he win. Most likely, Priest will become champion, but which title will he cash in? The answer has to be obvious, and that will be the World Heavyweight Championship.

However, Priest must solve the issues within his faction of Finn Balor. During the title match between Balor and Seth Rollins, Balor had momentum when suddenly, Priest stood up close to the ring, in which it seemed he was going to cash in. Distracted by Priest's action, Balor allowed Rollins to take over the match and win with a curb stomp. Balor and Priest argued, and the tensions between the two have not escalated.

Summerslam: Damian Priest vs Finn Balor

Ronda Rousey and Shayna Baszler have officially split. Bazsler turned on Rousey during the tag team championship match. It resulted in Raquel Rodriguez and Liv Morgan winning the titles. While it may seem that the actions did not make sense, Baszler is the type of person who does not like to be in people's shadows. In this case, Baszler seemed necessary to assault Rousey and cut ties with her.

Summerslam: Ronda Rousey vs. Shayna Baszler

Gunther defeated Matt Riddle and retained the Intercontinental Heavyweight Championship. After the match, Drew McIntyre went to the ring and carried out a claymore. That is the signature move and a signature to make the match official.

Summerslam: Gunther vs. Drew McIntyre - Intercontinental Championship

Cody Rhodes defeated Dominik Mysterio. The chapter should be closed, and both superstars can move on. Yet, the one chapter that is not closed is about Brock Lesnar. Summerslam is five weeks away, and that is showtime for "The Beast Incarnate."

Summerslam: Cody Rhodes vs. Brock Lesnar "Part III"

John Cena made a big surprise appearance in London to announce plans for WrestleMania in London. Although it was not made official, the crowd was ecstatic and euphoric. Nevertheless, Grayson Waller interrupted Cena and made his way to the ring. He made his pitch for WrestleMania in Australia. That did not suit the fans. Cena said no and turned his back, allowing Waller to attack him. Cena gave Waller an attitude adjustment and left the ring.

Summerslam: John Cena vs. Grayson Waller

Roman Reigns suffered a crucial loss that had not happened in three years. Reigns was pinned by Jey Uso in a Bloodline Civil War tag team match. There are so many angles to play this out for Summerslam. However, the most logical match should be a lock.

Summerslam: Roman Reigns vs. Jey Uso - Undisputed Championship

Lastly, the Women's Championship will be on the line for Summerslam. Asuka is the current champion and won by disqualification against Charlotte Flair. That was due to Bianca Belair's interference. Bianca's frustration took the best of her, and she is slowly transitioning to becoming a heel in Smackdown.

Summerslam: Asuka vs. Charlotte Flair vs. Bianca Belair - Triple Threat Match, Women's Championship.

What are your thoughts or predictions for the upcoming Summerslam event?