Welcome to Ringside News’ coverage of SummerSlam 2019!
Ladies and gentlemen, the party of the summer is here! WWE’s second of four nights in Toronto brings us SummerSlam 2019 for a mammoth card that is expected to run seven hours, including the Kick-Off Show, beginning at 5 PM.
There’s obviously way too many matches to give a full rundown, so we’re just gonna list them and get down to business. Seth Rollins Vs. Brock Lesnar for the WWE Universal Championship, Randy Orton Vs. Kofi Kingston for the WWE Championship, Becky Lynch Vs. Natalya for the Raw Women’s Championship, Bayley Vs. Ember Moon for the SmackDown Women’s Championship, AJ Styles Vs. Ricochet for the United States Championship, Drew Gulak Vs. Oney Lorcan for the Cruiserweight Championship, Charlotte Vs. Trish Stratus, Finn Balor Vs. Bray Wyatt, Kevin Owens Vs. Shane McMahon, and Goldberg Vs. Dolph Ziggler.
That’s ten matches, that we know of, but it’s odd that there are no tag team bouts announced. We know The Uso’s can’t be there, but to have neither Raw nor SmackDown’s tag titles on the line is bizarre. Anyway, that’s the card for SummerSlam 2019, which we will be providing live updates for from 5 PM until the end of time. Be sure to join the conversation in the comments, by downloading the Ringside News app, or by following us on Twitter or Instagram. Enjoy the show.
The Kick-Off panel consists of Coach, Beth Phoenix, David Otunga, and Charly Caruso. Sam Roberts and JBL are standing at ringside, and they mention Goldberg Vs. Miz.
The Miz joins the panel and he says Dolph has been talking a lot about legends and tonight he has his big chance. He says that, whatever is left of Ziggler, he gets tomorrow night on Raw. He says tonight is going to be awesome.
Kofi Kingston takes on Randy Orton tonight with the WWE Championship on the line. We see a video package hyping the match, going back to 2007. We return to the panel and Beth says everyone did know back then that Randy held Kofi back. Miz says none of that matters, you can only look at yourself and not blame anyone. Miz says he’s excited to see this version of Kofi, who is more dangerous than ever. They go to Sam and JBL again, and Sam says this is the match he is most excited about. JBL says Kofi wasn’t ready ten years ago, he didn’t deserve to be there. But he does now and this could be a show-stealer.
We go backstage for an interview between Charlotte and Kayla Braxton. Charlotte says that Trish Stratus has been sitting at home, day-dreaming of one last match, and tonight we realise she was never that good. Never on her level. Back with the panel, Coach says this is a dream match and Charlotte has the chance to take the crown. Phoenix says that beating Trish Stratus is the pinnacle of the business, but Flair has her work cut out for her.
We see a video package for Bray Wyatt Vs. Finn Balor. Sam Roberts says it’s going to be a massacre tonight. He says if Finn had any brains at all, he would come as The Demon, otherwise it’s going to be a horror movie. He says he has zero chance tonight. JBL agrees that The Fiend is likely to win, but that Balor is a technical genius and it could make for a great match-up. Mick Foley has joined the panel, and he says he’s lost a lot of matches in his career and faced a lot of intimidating foes but that he never felt as hopeless as when he was in there with The Fiend. Coach asks Foley what is so special about the Mandible Claw, and Foley says it suffocates you as well as presses on nerves under the tongue that paralyse you. He says he developed it to intimidate The Undertaker and, based on what he experienced, The Fiend has mastered it.
It’s time to watch a hype video for Kevin Owens Vs. Shane McMahon. Owens says Shane gets to do whatever he pleases because he’s a McMahon. He put his job on the line tonight because he knew that is the only way in which Shane would accept. The panel discuss the match and say that Shane can’t be taken lightly, because he’s not the best but he is a crazy person. There’s more on the line for Owens however, so the pressure is on him.
Finn Balor is backstage and in walk The O.C. Finn says they’ve been busy lately, pointing to their gold. Gallows says yes, they’re making sure everyone knows it’s their world. Anderson says tonight Styles tops Ricochet one last time, and Styles says Finn might need some help. Balor says he’s ready to play mind-games with Bray. Styles says he knows that but he can offer him their services and they hold up the Too Sweet, and walk of.
After a video, Sam Roberts says that it wasn’t long ago he told AJ Styles he needed to find his bite again, and it seems he has. JBL says this match could be a classic because Ricochet is like Too Cold Scorpio x10. He compares Ricochet to Shawn Michaels as a once in a lifetime athlete.
The bell rings and Gulak sprints across the ring and delivers a front dropkick. Gulak then takes a headlock, transitions into a wrist-lock, then Lorcan escapes via some agility. They lock-up and Gulak takes Lorcan down to the mat with an arm hold.
Lorcan forces Gulak to the corner and delivers some chops, followed by a clothesline in the corner. Gulak responds with a clothesline of his own, then a scoot slam into the ropes. Gulak takes the back of Lorcan and holds him in a headlock. Lorcan powers his way out and delivers some European uppercuts, followed by a running blockbuster for a two count.
Lorcan takes Gulak out of the ring and chops him around ringside before throwing him back in. Gulak grabs Lorcan and gets him in the Gulock as he’s coming into the ring, but Lorcan gets his foot on the rope. Both men take each other out with stereo clotheslines.
They get to their feet at the same time and Lorcan clashes Gulak with an open hand. Gulak get mad and takes Lorcan down with rapid open-hand slaps. Gulak gets the Gulock in again but Lorcan reverses into a pin for a near-fall. Lorcan grabs the face of Gulak and slaps him silly, followed by three running European uppercuts. Gulak pokes the throat of Lorcan, followed by the Cyclone Crash from Gulak for the win.
Jerry Lawler and Booker T have joined Coach and Charly Caruso on the Kick-Off Show. Drake Maverick walks up and starts asking if they’ve seen R-Truth. He vows not to leave Toronto until he’s Champion. Meanwhile Truth and Carmella are literally sitting under the desk. They come out eating popcorn and Twizzlers. Truth says he’s excited for NXT TakeOver tonight and they try to correct him but he doesn’t hear them. Maverick appears with a referee and starts throwing popcorn at Truth. He chases him around the table but Carmella trips him and they escape.
Natalya is backstage for an interview. She says Becky has been trash-talking her non-stop but tonight that ends when she locks in the Sharpshooter. And when she does she will walk away the Women’s Champion. Lawler says that, from his experience, the Sharpshooter is the most painful submission move he’s been in. Lawler says that Becky has embraced being the hunted, and Booker agrees.
The match gets underway and Murphy clocks Apoolo with a knee right out the gate for a two count. Murphy stomps Apollo down in the corner, then takes a headlock. Apollo fights out and both men take each other out with stereo crossbody’s.
They get to their feet and Crews delivers a flurry of strikes, including an enziguiri, but Murphy counters with an arm drag. Murphy goes to the top rope but gets caught and hit with a Samoan drop, followed by a standing moonsault.
Apollo lifts Murphy up but the Aussie lands on his feet. Apollo goes up top but Murphy pulls his head between his legs and superkicks it. Murphy hits a running powerbomb for a near-fall. Murphy is thrown over the ropes and Apollo looks for a moonsault from the apron but Murphy grabs him and throws him into the steel steps. From out of nowhere, Rowan attacks Murphy at ringside.
Rowan slams Murphy into the barricade over and over, then throws him across the floor. Rowan connects with a running crossbody, followed by slamming him into the ring post. We see Daniel Bryan watching on a monitor backstage.
Elias is in the ring and he says he’s been here all week long, signing autographs and Toronto is a special place. So he wrote a song about it. Elias begins singing; he says Torontonians think they’re the centre of the universe; they don’t have a Stanley Cup; that the Blue Jays can’t sell out a game; that he has nothing good to say; and that he can’t wait to leave like Kawhi Leonard. Elias is interrupted by none other that Toronto’s very own, EDGE! The Rated R-Superstar comes to the ring and stands across from Elias, then runs and hits a Spear! Edge poses before leaving. That was awesome.
Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross make their way to the ring, to defend their Tag Team Titles. Bliss is dressed like Buzz Lightyear. The IIconics are their opponents and Billie Kay is dressed like Maleficent. Kay calls Bliss and Cross “Toy Story wannabes”, and they say they are here to take back what is theirs.
The match begins with Alexa and Billie. Kay takes a headlock but Alexa gets out. Alexa pretends to shoot a laser at Kay, like Buzz, then knocks her down. Tags are made to Peyton and Cross. Alexa and Cross double-team Peyton, before Cross hits a crossbody from the top rope for a two count.
Royce tries to roll-up Cross but it’s no good, and she tags Kay, who comes in with a big boot to Cross. Kay unloads some ground and pound, and she teams with Royce to stomp Cross. Kay can’t pin Nikki, so goes crazy and tags Peyton. Cross and Peyton both knock each other down and make tags.
Alexa takes down Billie with multiple clotheslines and a handstand knee to the gut. Alexa throws Peyton from the ring and mocks her, only to turn into a big boot from Kay. Billie tags Royce, and Cross grabs Kay from behind and drags her out of the ring, while Royce hits Alexa with a neckbreaker. Royce throws a hissy fit, but Alexa slaps her. Alexa hits Twisted Bliss for the win.
The panel rundown the entire SummerSlam card one more time before showing a video package for Seth Rollins Vs. Brock Lesnar. They say Seth Rollins has more guts than most men but that he has a massive task ahead of him tonight in the form of Brock Lesnar.
And that’s it for the Kick-Off Show, SummerSlam officially starts now!
The match gets underway and the Toronto crowd are, predictably, firmly behind Becky Lynch, who starts things off with a slap. Nattie fires back with a slap of her own. Becky forces Natalya to the corner and tees off on her, the poses for the fans. Natalya gets mad and attacks Lynch and hits her with a lariat. Lynch puts Natalya in the corner and hits her, before landing a Bexploder.
Lynch lifts Natalya and hits a suplex, then tries to lock-in the Dis-Arm-Her but she Natalya holds her hands together. Becky tries to turn it into a triangle but Natalya lifts her and slams her down. Lynch holds on though, so Natalya lifts her again but this time she gets hit with a hurricanrana. Lynch looks for a leg submission but Natalya crawls from the ring. Natalya slams Lynch into the barricade, then performs a swing, knocking Becky into the barricade again. She attacks the leg of Lynch with knee strikes.
Natalya gets Lynch back in the ring and continues to focus on the knee of Becky. Nattie hits a suplex into the ropes, then continues to attack the leg. Natalya manages to get Becky hung-up between the middle and top rope, and applies the Sharpshooter on the ropes! Becky screams while holding onto the ring post. Lynch is able to drag herself out of the ring and to the floor.
Natalya goes after but Lynch tosses her into the announce desk, then back into the ring. Lynch goes up top but Natalya grabs her for a superplex and both women are down. Natalya gets up, runs over Becky’s back and looks for the basement dropkick but Lynch swipes her feet and locks-in the Sharpshooter! Nattie screams in pain but eventually flips Becky off and into the turnbuckles. Natalya then slams Becky down from the middle rope and applies the Dis-Arm-Her! Becky rolls through but Natalya holds on – there are no rope breaks. Becky escapes and looks for the Sharpshooter again but Natalya counters into her Sharpshooter in the middle of the ring!
Lynch crawls to the ropes, then under the bottom rope and out of the ring. Natalya drags her back into the middle of the ring but Lynch gets Nattie in the Dis-Arm-Her and she taps.
Trish Stratus is backstage with Kayla Braxton. She says she feels great, nervous, and excited, but she thrives on pressure. Her light shines the brightest under the spotlight and the hardest part has been waiting for this night to come. She mentions that Charlotte thinks the women now are better than then, but she says the contemporaries take the real pioneers for granted, and have no idea how lucky they are. She says tonight she proves that Charlotte Flair cannot walk a mile in her boots.
Dolph Ziggler comes to the ring for his match against Goldberg. Ziggler cuts a promo saying we are looking at the best thing to ever happen WWE and pro wrestling. He says legends come and go but old DZ is always here. He says Goldberg doesn’t show-up for matches, so if anyone else back there wants a piece. Goldberg’s music interrupts Dolph and out comes the Hall of Famer.
The bell rings and the fans chant “Goldberg” while he looks around the arena. They walk around the ring, then meet in the centre. Dolph takes a few steps back before connecting with a surprise superkick for a one count. Dolph tells him to get up and hits a second for another one count. He looks for a third but gets caught by a huge Spear!
Goldberg calls for it. He lifts Dolph as the fans chant his name. Goldberg hits The Jackhammer for the win.
Ziggler gets on the horn after the match. Goldberg is already up the ramp but Ziggler calls him back. Ziggler says that was like getting hit by a baby, and says Goldberg doesn’t have the guts to come back down here. Goldberg, of course, comes back down to the ring and hits Dolph with another Spear. Goldberg leaves and Ziggler grabs the microphone again.
He calls out Goldberg again and says anybody can get lucky twice. He says Goldberg doesn’t have the balls to face him man-to-man, and that’s why he’s a laughing stock in this business. He says he will never stay down, that he’s the best thing going today. Goldberg stomps back down to the ring and lifts Dolph up, who can barely stand. He hits the ropes twice before connecting with a third and final Spear.
We see Kofi Kingston backstage and in walks Big E and Xavier Woods – the latter of which is sporting cornrows. Big E says 2019 will be remembered as the year the Toronto Raptors won it all but tonight they’ve called in a good luck charm for Kofi Kingston; Drake. Of course…it’s Drake Maverick, pretending to be a rapper – and frankly he’s better than Drake. Maverick gets annoyed because they promised him R-Truth was going to be there, so he leaves.
The match gets underway and Ricochet comes out hot, whipping AJ to the corners and delivering forearms. Ricochet is wearing a full bodysuit to look like Nightwing. Ricochet knocks AJ from the ring, then goes to the apron and runs on the shoulders of both Anderson and Gallows to deliver a hurricanrana to AJ!
Back in the ring, AJ dodges Ricochet in the corner and starts attacking his leg. Ricochet fires back and turns to hit the ropes but AJ kicks his leg. AJ zeroes in on that leg, slamming it into the mat before applying a submission to it. Styles slows things down and wraps the leg around the bottom rope and pulls it. Ricochet eventually creates some distance with an enziguiri.
Ricochet delivers a right hand, then a few more, followed by headscissors. AJ throws Ricochet to the apron and the high-flyer connects with a kick. Ricochet then springboards off the ropes on one leg and hits a clothesline for a two count.
Ricochet takes control of the match. He goes up top and hits a sunset flip for a two count. AJ kicks the leg out from Ricochet again, then tosses him from the ring. Styles lands a baseball slide and knocks him to the floor. Styles gets Ricochet back in the ring and lifts him up for a slam. Ricochet fights back by landing some shots in the corner, but Styles turns the tables and slams him into the corner. Ricochet’s knee gave out as he looked for a rolling DDT but he ends-up hitting him with a leaping kick for a two count.
Ricochet’s knee gives out again and AJ locks-in the Calf Crusher. Ricochet manages to counter into the Anaconda Vice but Styles knees his way out. Ricochet hits a northern lights suplex, followed by a twisting suplex for a near-fall. Anderson and Gallows try to interfere, so Ricocet hits a moonsault from the apron. Ricochet then goes up top but AJ shoves him.
Styles then climbs the ropes but Ricochet knocks him off. Ricochet leaps for the 450 but AJ gets to his feet and catches him in mid-air, then hits the Styles Clash for the win!
The good brothers celebrate their win after the match but then Anderson and Gallows hit the Magic Killer to Ricochet.
We see The Street Profits backstage and they give their recap of the show so far, with Angelo Dawkins asking Nikki Cross to @ him on the ‘Gram. Ric Flair comes in and starts dancing with the boys and dropping elbows.
Ember Moon makes her way to the ring for her shot at the SmackDown Live Women’s Champion.
The match gets underway and Bayley takes the challenger down with multiple headlocks. Ember fires back with some strikes, but the Hugger clotheslines her into the corner. Ember responds with a hip attack in the corner, then Bayley hits a flying knee in the corner, followed by a running kick by Ember.
Moon connects with a springboard crossbody for a two count. Ember applies a submission to Bayley but struggles to keep her down. Bayley throws Ember to the apron and looks for a stunner on the ropes but gets shoved off. Ember leaps for the springboard crossbody again but Bayley dodges it and hits a running knee.
Bayley dictates the pace for a while and gets Moon in a tree of woe, where she hits an elbow drop. Ember starts to build a head of steam with some strikes before flooring Bayley with a superkick. The Champion rolls from the ring to avoid being pinned.
Bayley goes to the top rope but Ember hits her with a hurricanrana, followed by a facebuster for a near-fall. Bayley looks for a hurricanrana herself but they botch it and Ember ends up powerboming her for a two count. Moon goes up top but Bayley meets her up there and hits the Bayley-To-Belly for the win.
Loud “Kevin Owens” chant from the Toronto crowd. Shane leaves the ring right away and grabs the microphone. He says that, to ensure this is a fair contest, he’s enlisted a special guest enforcer: Elias.
The match gets underway and Owens leaves the ring to go argue with Elias. He gets back inside but Shane slides out and Owens chases him. Elias trips Owens, who gets up and argues with him until he’s almost counted out. He gets inside but Shane unloads on him in the corner. Owens fires back with a right hand, followed by a cannonball. Owens clotheslines Shane to the outside, then looks for a dive but Elias gets in the way.
Owens climbs to the apron, where Shane throws him into the barricade – that was gnarly. McMahon beats KO down in the corner as the fans chant “Shane you suck”. Russian leg sweep from Shane for a one count, then he continues to land strikes. Owens hits a pop-up powerbomb but Elias distracts the referee.
Owens hits a lariat and gets frustrated. Elias gives Owens a chair and he’s tempted to brain Shane with it but he would have to quit WWE. Shane taunts Owens, then slaps him in the face, but Owens throws the chair. Owens suckers Shane into hitting Elias, then he hits a senton from the top rope. Owens goes right back up top and hits a frog splash but Elias drags the referee from the ring.
Elias and the referee argue on the outside, but Elias wipes them both out with a senton over the ropes. Owens lifts the chair now that the ref is down, and he intends to use it but Elias stops him. Owens then hits Elias with the chair over and over. Owens gets back inside and is about to hit Shane with the chair when the referee returns and stops him. The referee tosses the chair from the ring, during which time Owens kicks Shane in the groin and hits the Stunner for the win!
We see a video package of the attempted attacks on Roman Reigns. We then see a replay of the Kick-Off Show, where Rowan beat the crap out of Buddy Murphy.
Both women come face to face at the start of the match, then circle around before locking-up. Flair forces Charlotte to the ropes, then shoves her. Trish hits Flair with a tilt-a-whirl arm-drag, then a springboard hurricanrana and Charlotte looks ruffled. The fans chant “you still got it”.
Stratus knocks Flair from the ring, then hits a dropkick through the ropes. Trish dives off the apron onto Charlotte and lands some right hands. Charlotte throws Trish into the steps. Charlotte then tosses Stratus into the barricade, then back into the ring. Flair drives a knee into Trish’s back and tries to submit her. Flair hits an exploder suplex and mocks Trish’s point pose.
Flair lifts Stratus up but gets countered by a crossbody. Flair floors Stratus, then drops a knee on the back of her head. Charlotte shoves and kicks the head of Trish, before slapping her in the face. Trish scoops Flair and unloads some ground and pound. She gets Charlotte in the corner and lands right hands but Charlotte tosses her to the apron, then connects with a big boot to knock her to the floor.
Stratus gets back inside the ring at the count of seven, where Charlotte immediately connects with a knee to the head. Flair looks for a moonsault but nobody’s home. Stratus rolls to the apron and then hits a tornado STO. Flair kicks the knee, then slaps Trish. The Hall of Famer responds with some chops to the chest. Flair goes to the middle rope but Trish does a handstand and gets up there with her and hits a hurricanrana for a two count.
Stratus looks for the Chick Kick but Charlotte ducks it and hits a big boot for a near-fall. Flair looks for the Figure Four but Trish rolls her up for a near-fall. Trish counters Charlotte and applies the Figure Four herself, then transitions into the Figure Eight. Charlotte crawls to the ropes to force the break.
Flair kicks the knee of Trish, looks for a Spear but headbutts the turnbuckles. Trish hits Stratusfaction but Flair kicks out. They both climb to their feet while delivering big chops to the chest, then Flair looks for the big boot again but Trish dodges it and hits the Chick Kick for a near-fall. Trish readies for another Chick Kick but gets floored by a big boot, then Charlotte locks-in the Figure Eight and Stratus taps.
That was a decent match but man did Charlotte do the lions share of the work, saved Trish from a boat-load of botches. Flair leaves the ring and Trish poses on all four corners before leaving.
The match gets underway and Orton shoves Kofi, who shoves right back. They struggle in the corner until the referee separates them. Orton throws a pancake at Kofi. Randy headbutts Kingston in the corner, but the Champ fires back with a lariat. Kofi headbutts Orton and chops him in the corner before hitting a springboard axe handle.
Orton uses a thumb to the eye to knock Kofi back, then whips him into the buckles. Kofi looks for another springboard but Orton shoves him off and into the barricade! Orton goes out after Kofi and throws him over the announce table. Back inside the ring, Orton bends Kofi around the ropes and pulls his hair. Orton knocks Kofi from the ring again.
Kingston runs up the steps and drops Orton with an axe handle. Orton connects with a lariat before dropping Kofi on the announce table with a back drop. Orton gets Kofi back in the ring and looks to superplex him but Kofi punches him off and hits a tornado DDT for a two count. Kofi connects with a dropkick, followed by a clothesline, and a boom drop. Kingston looks for Trouble In Paradise but Orton grabs him and hits a backbreaker.
Kingston rolls to the apron, so Orton grabs him for the draping DDT but Kofi throws Randy to the outside. Kofi hits a Trust Fall from the top rope to the floor. Kofi puts him back in the ring and hits a crossbody for a near-fall. Orton fires back and readies himself for the RKO but Kofi reverses into a roll-up for a near-fall. Orton ducks Trouble In Paradise but eats a kicks. Kofi goes up top and leaps for a crossbody but gets caught with an RKO in mid-air!
Orton doesn’t pin Kofi though. He lays on the mat laughing. When he doesn eventually attempt to pin, Kofi rolls to the outside. Orton goes out and lifts Kofi up, then stares at Kingston’s family in the crowd. Kofi loses it and starts pummelling Orton and the referee calls for the bell.
It was supposed to be a double count-out but they weren’t outside the ring for very long. The fans chant “bull$hit”. Kofi beats Orton around ringside, then grabs a Kendo stick and beats Orton with it over and over. He gets him in the ring and hits Trouble In Paradise. Kofi poses with the title and hugs his kids to end the show.
Finn Balor makes his way to ring, wearing all white. The Fiend is out next and his music is the same as before but remixed with a girl singing and more metal. He’s carrying the lantern but it’s shaped liked the old Bray Wyatt’s head. The fans chant “holy $hit” and Balor looks terrified.
The bell rings and Bray grabs Balor and headbutts him. Bray whips Balor into the ropes and headbutts him. Wyatt punches Bray in the corner. Finn leaps over Bray in the corner but then Wyatt hangs upside down to freak him out. Balor runs at him but Bray grabs Balor and slams him down.
He holds Finn’s head and “snaps” it like in a movie. He hits an STO, then crawls over Balor and stares at him. The Fiend looks at his hands and holds his head like he’s in pain. He grabs Finn and looks for Sister Abigail but Balor escapes and hits a slingblade, followed by a front dropkick. Balor tips Bray over and hits a double foot stomp, followed by another corner dropkick. Balor goes up top and looks for the Coup de Grace but The Fiend catches him with the Mandible Claw. He chokes Finn with the Claw until he passes out and the ref counts to three.
The lights go out as soon as the referee counts three and we hear Bray laughing. A spotlight hits the stage and Wyatt is standing there as the music plays, then he disappears. The lights come up and Balor is in the ring while the fans chant “That Was Awesome”.
Seth Rollins comes to the ring, followed by the Universal Champion, Brock Lesnar. Heyman introduces his client. Seth has his ribs taped.
The match gets underway and Brock kicks Seth in the gut. Brock delivers shoulder tackles in the ribs. Brock lands a knee to the gut, followed by repeated shoulders. Lesnar looks for a German suplex but Rollins lands on his feet and hits a Stomp to Lesnar…but Lesnar kicks out!
Brock rolls to the outside, so Rollins goes to the apron and hits a flying knee to Brock. They get back into the ring and Seth looks for a superkick but Lesnar catches it and looks for a German but again Seth lands on his feet. Rollins kicks Brock in the face, then looks for The Stomp but Brock catches him and hits an F5!
Lesnar sits on his ass and watches Rollins for a minute, then literally picks him up by one hand via his rib tape and swings him around in circles before tossing him. Brock then calls Rollins a “bi*ch” and hits repeated German suplexes without letting go. Rollins rolls to the outside and Brock follows, hitting him with a German on the outside.
Back inside the ring, Lesnar lands another German suplex and again Seth rolls outside. Brock looks to throw Seth but the challenger climbs off and shoves him into the ring post repeatedly. Seth puts Brock back in the ring and hits a springboard knee, then goes up top and looks for another but gets caught and hit with a German suplex.
Brock stomps Seth before taking off his gloves and hitting a belly-to-belly. Brock applies a bear hug before delivering a forearm to the back. Brock lifts Rollins and rams him into the turnbuckles. He looks for a tackle into the corner but Seth moves and he hits the ring post. Brock crawls to the apron and Seth kicks him off. Rollins runs and hits a suicide dive, then a second, and a third…but Lesnar catches him and slams him into the ring post at full speed!
Brock takes the top off of an announce table but Seth superkicks him onto it. Seth climbs the ropes and stands on the ring post, before hitting a frog splash through the announce table!
Brock and Seth slowly get back into the ring. Rollins climbs the ropes and hits another frog splash. Seth hits The Stomp but Brock kicks out! Rollins stomps-up the band, then looks for a third Stomp but Brock catches him. Brock looks for the F5 but Seth lands on his feet and superkicks him, then hits The Stomp for the win!
Seth gets emotional after the match, before posing with the Universal Championship on the top rope. He leaves the ring and stands on the announce table as pyro goes off.
And that’s it for WWE SummerSlam 2019. Let us know what you thought of the show and be sure to come back tomorrow night for Monday Night Raw results. Until then, safe travels.