Summerslam is now a thing of the past for the WWE, its crew and the entire WWE Universe, even if the burning defeats and sensational returns are still vivid in the minds of the fans who flocked to the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas or by those around the world who followed.
live or deferred the event. To give a not indifferent blow to the proceeds and above all to the sales of the ppv, were mainly the returns of John Cena to the assets of a WWE ring, but also the surprise ones of Becky Lynch and Brock Lesnar, with the first being she even managed to grab her first title of Smackdown champion, right on her return, in a lightning match against the now former champion.
If Brock Lesnar made only one quick appearance in Summerslam, launching the challenge to the Tribal Chief of Friday Night Smackdown, for a future event not yet well defined, as regards Becky Lynch, The Man immediately challenged and won the title on his return, annihilating Bianca Belair, who will now have to chase the title that from Wrestlemania until last Saturday had been very tight to her sides.
WWE’s next pay-per-view event in 2021 is Extreme Rules which will take place on Sunday, September 26th. The event will take place from the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio. Extreme Rules will be shown live on Peacock in the USA and the WWE Network around the world.
It will be the thirteenth pay-per-view under the Extreme Rules banner. Usually, all matches are contested under a gimmick match and not under standard rules.
WWE’s next pay-per-view event in 2021 is Extreme Rules
As you could already imagine from the lightning defeat for Bianca Belair at Summerslam, now the time has come for the feud between the two athletes, with Extreme Rules being the next great WWE event, which will air on the screens of the WWE Network and by Peacock TV in the United States and around the world, on September 26th.
At the moment, WWE doesn’t want to formalize anything in front of its cameras, but in the night, in the last episode of the blue show, Bianca Belair defeated three other colleagues, in a Fatal 4 Way against Carmella, Zelina Vega and Liv Morgan, obtaining the chance to challenge Becky Lynch for the recently lost title.
In all of this, WWE did not want to say when that titled challenge will come on stage, but with a video reported only in the Nationwide Arena, where yesterday’s episode was held, we can see how things have already been combined, with Bianca Belair vs Becky Lynch who is already one of the cartel matches of the Extreme Rules evening.