SummerSlam 2018 : WWE SummerSlam takes place tonight (Sun., Aug. 19, 2018) from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York on pay-per-view (PPV) and the WWE Network. You can get full results and coverage of every match on the card by clicking here. In an effort to avoid bogging down the main live blog thread, comments for that post have been closed and this will be your spot to talk about the show
WWE SummerSlam is approaching with Roman Reigns set to challenge Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship.
The American sports entertainment giant nicknames its annual August pay-per-view ‘The Biggest Event of the Summer’.
This year it will be a six-hour spectacular featuring no less than 13 matches involving the stars of Raw and SmackDown.
You can tune in from 7pm ET/4pm PT on Sunday, August 19 (Midnight on Monday, August 20 in the UK) for all the action from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
The one-hour Kick-Off show starts an hour earlier at 6pm ET/3pm (11pm in the UK), and here is everything you need to know.
What’s the full match card and predictions for WWE SummerSlam 2018?
Eight championship belts will be on the line with the likes of Ronda Rousey and AJ Styles ready to wow fans across the globe.
Here is all you need to know about WWE SummerSlam 2018.
When is WWE SummerSlam 2018?
WWE SummerSlam will be broadcast live from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York on Sunday, August 19. It gets underway from 7pm local time and from 12am in the UK.
It’s been a hit and miss year for main roster WWE pay-per-views in 2018 so far.
We’ve had some massive highlights with WrestleMania 34 and WWE Money in the Bank 2018, but the odd hiccup too (like the not-so-Greatest Royal Rumble, for starters).
It feels like there’s a hell of a lot riding on SummerSlam 2018, and we don’t just mean all the gold up for grabs, either. There’s the sense the E needs a boost to move it back on the right path.