WWE SummerSlam PPV 2022, matches, rumors, predictions, match card, date, start time, location

WWE SummerSlam PPV 2022

The WWE is ramping up for their biggest event of the summer as SummerSlam approaches. The 2022 edition of the event will be the 35th in WWE history.

SummerSlam goes down in Nashville on July 30. It is one of WWE's biggest shows of the year and is likely to live up to that status once again as they have already planned several big matches, including a Last Man Standing match between undisputed champion Roman Reigns and longtime rival Brock Lesnar. Lesnar and Reigns will compete for the sixth time in singles action, for Reigns’ Undisputed WWE Universal Title. The fight will be a Last Man Standing match. Will Lesnar come out on top, or will he have to acknowledge Reigns by the end of the night?

The build to the show has started but the full card is far from finalized. With that in mind, let's take a look at what we know -- and what we expect -- at WWE SummerSlam.

When does WWE SummerSlam 2022 start? 
  • Date: Saturday, July 30
  • Pre-Show: 7 p.m. ET
  • Main card: 8 p.m. ET

How to watch WWE SummerSlam 2022 

SummerSlam will be available on pay-per-view or via Peacock for fans in the U.S.

Outside of the U.S., SummerSlam will be available on the WWE Network.

WWE SummerSlam 2022 PPV price: How much does SummerSlam cost?
  • A Peacock Premium subscription costs $4.99 a month.
  • Subscribing to the WWE Network costs $9.99 a month.
WWE SummerSlam Matches 2022

Undisputed WWE Universal Championship -- Roman Reigns (c) vs. Brock Lesnar (Last Man Standing Match): 

For years, WWE has gone back to Reigns vs. Lesnar to top major cards. They've returned to that well once again by having Lesnar return after Reigns beat Riddle to retain his undisputed championship. The two most recently met at WrestleMania, with Reigns getting the win. Now they meet again, this time under Last Man Standing rules. It's the kind of grueling match that sets the winner up to be cashed in on by Money in the Bank contract holder Theory.

United States Championship -- Bobby Lashley (c) vs. Theory: 

Lashley beat Theory to win the title at Money in the Bank. Theory's night would get much better by the end of that show, being given a spot in the Money in the Bank ladder match and winning the contract. Still, Theory is looking to gain some revenge against Lashley despite having a clear shot to the biggest belts in the company. Lashley, meanwhile, will be looking to build momentum as the holder of a secondary title after previously being in the mix as a world title contender.

Pat McAfee vs. Happy Corbin: 

Corbin has taken issue with McAfee's digs on commentary, leading to several confrontations. McAfee finally laid out a challenge for a match at SummerSlam. After the conclusion of Money in the Bank, Corbin attacked McAfee and accepted the match. McAfee has put on several very fun performances in NXT and even had a solid match with Theory at WrestleMania. After beating Theory, McAfee lost an impromptu match to Vince McMahon. Corbin has not won a pay-per-view match -- including being on the losing side of two Survivor Series tag matches -- since December 2019.

Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship -- The Usos (c) vs. The Street Profits (with special guest referee Jeff Jarrett): 

The teams had a brilliant match at Money in the Bank, which was won by The Usos. However, replays showed that Montez Ford's shoulder was actually up at the time of the pin. That was a good enough reason for the rematch to be set up. That's good news for fans as there's potential for an even better match between the teams on the big stage of SummerSlam. Authority figure Adam Pearce announced Tennessee's own Jarrett as the special guest referee for the match.

SmackDown Women's Championship -- Liv Morgan (c) vs. Ronda Rousey: 

Morgan won the Money in the Bank contract and cashed it in hours later, scoring a pin on Rousey after Rousey defeated Natalya to retain the title. That successful cash-in gave Morgan her first run as a WWE champion. Now, she'll have to beat Rousey again, this time without Rousey coming off a grueling win seconds prior.

Raw Women's Championship -- Bianca Belair (c) vs. Becky Lynch:

Lynch infamously won the SmackDown title from Belair in less than 30 seconds at last year's SummerSlam. Belair has gotten some revenge by winning the Raw title from Lynch at WrestleMania. Still, Belair now has an opportunity to erase the 2021 SummerSlam debacle. Lynch has taken issue with the fact that she did not get an immediate rematch against Belair after the WrestleMania loss and continued angling for the match until it was finally made official.

Riddle vs. Seth Rollins: 

Riddle and Rollins have been mixing it up on Raw for weeks. That eventually led to a match being made between the two. Rollins has attacked Riddle multiple times, including hitting him with a pair of stomps after Riddle appeared on Kevin Owens' "KO Show."

The Miz vs. Logan Paul: 

The Miz and Paul teamed at WrestleMania to defeat The Mysterios. After that match, Miz turned on Paul, attacking him and landing a Skull-Crushing Finale. Paul eventually began posting on social media angling for a one-on-one match with Miz. After it was announced Paul had officially signed a WWE contract, the talk amped up with Miz refusing to grant Paul the match. That changed on Raw when Paul appeared on Miz TV and threw down the challenge again while insulting Miz. Miz finally accepted and the SummerSlam clash was officially on.

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