WWE SummerSlam 2020: 5 matches that must happen at the PPV

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These five matches need to be booked at WWE SummerSlam 2020.

WWE SummerSlam 2020 takes place on Aug. 23, and the company would try to make an impact on its major show because it is one amongst the top four shows that the company does every year. The coronavirus pandemic plays a role in the decision making of whether the fans will be allowed in the arena, or not. There are 244k coronavirus cases in Florida (as of this writing), and so there are fewer chances that the company would do SummerSlam with the fans in attendance.

In the event of such a situation, one thing is sure, and that’s the fact that the company has the opportunity to try different angles and test new ways to present its product. They did that at WrestleMania and Money In The Bank and got good results. The previously held shows had great match cards, but this is SummerSlam, also called ‘The Biggest Party of The Summer,’ and WWE would want to put on a match card that entices fans to watch the show.

It is with this in mind, that I list down five matches that should be a part of the match card, and feel free to share your thoughts wrestling community. So without further ado, let’s get down to it:

Braun Strowman vs. Bray Wyatt (WWE Universal Championship)

Bray Wyatt and Braun Strowman are no strangers to each other because they played leader and follower roles as part of The Wyatt Family. It is a good thing to see The Fiend being out of the situation because ever since he was taken out by a part-timer in Goldberg, the character has lost the connection with the fans.

It is, therefore, a good idea to have Bray Wyatt return to action because the new version of Bray Wyatt as a member of the Firefly Funhouse would be repetitive and it wouldn’t add that Horror factor to Extreme Rules.

When Braun gets one over his former master, it would be a welcome thing and add value to the superstar that had to wait for a long time for a singles championship run. His feud with Bray Wyatt at SummerSlam can add more heat to the weather and value to the ratings for WWE.