SummerSlam (2021)

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Promotional poster featuring Roman Reigns and John Cena
DateAugust 21, 2021
CityParadise, Nevada
VenueAllegiant Stadium
Tagline(s)Your Summer Vacation Destination
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SummerSlam was a professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) and WWE Network event produced by WWE for their Raw and SmackDown brand divisions. It took place on August 21, 2021, at Allegiant Stadium in the Las Vegas suburb of Paradise, Nevada. It was the 34th event under the SummerSlam chronology and the first to take place on a Saturday since the 1992 event, although it was the first to air live on a Saturday. It was WWE's first event to air in theaters in the United States in addition to traditional PPV and the WWE Network.

Eleven matches were contested at the event, including one match on the Kickoff pre-show. In the main event, Roman Reigns defeated John Cena to retain the Universal Championship. In other prominent matches, Bobby Lashley defeated Goldberg to retain the WWE Championship, Edge defeated Seth Rollins, Charlotte Flair defeated defending champion Nikki A.S.H. and Rhea Ripley in a triple threat match to win the Raw Women's Championship, Damian Priest defeated Sheamus to win the United States Championship, and RK-Bro (Randy Orton and Riddle) defeated AJ Styles and Omos to win the Raw Tag Team Championship in the opening bout. The event is also notable for the returns of both Becky Lynch, who defeated Bianca Belair in an impromptu match to win the SmackDown Women's Championship, and Brock Lesnar, both of whom had last wrestled at WrestleMania 36 in April 2020.



SummerSlam is a pay-per-view (PPV) and WWE Network event held annually in August by WWE since 1988. Dubbed "The Biggest Party of the Summer,"[2] it is one of the promotion's original four pay-per-views, along with WrestleMania, Royal Rumble, and Survivor Series, referred to as the "Big Four" as they are the promotion's biggest shows of the year produced quarterly.[3] It is considered WWE's second biggest event of the year behind WrestleMania.[4][5] The 2021 event was the 34th event in the SummerSlam chronology and featured wrestlers from the Raw and SmackDown brands.[6] WWE attempted for SummerSlam 2021 to be more grandiose than April's WrestleMania 37 event, mostly because the latter had to be held at a reduced venue capacity due to the COVID-19 pandemic,[7] with the company going as far as to promote SummerSlam as their "biggest event of 2021".[8]

On May 28, 2021, WWE announced that SummerSlam would take place live on Saturday, August 21, marking the first SummerSlam to be held on a Saturday since the 1992 event (which was pre-taped on a Saturday and aired on tape delay on a Monday), as well as the first SummerSlam to not be held on a Sunday since the 1994 event, which took place on a Monday.[9] During the 2021 Belmont Stakes' pre-race show on June 5, the Allegiant Stadium in the Las Vegas suburb of Paradise, Nevada was confirmed as the host venue for SummerSlam.[10] While WWE typically hosts PPVs on a Sunday night, the Wrestling Observer Newsletter reported that it was the Allegiant Stadium that wanted SummerSlam held on a Saturday.[11] This marked the second SummerSlam to be held in a football stadium, with the foremost being the 1992 event at Wembley Stadium in Wembley, London, England, but the first to be held in a National Football League stadium in the United States.[12] Travel packages became available on June 11 while individual tickets went on sale on June 18.[13] In addition to traditional PPV and the WWE Network, SummerSlam aired in movie theaters across the United States, thus marking WWE's first pay-per-view event to air in theaters in the country.[14]

As part of SummerSlam Week, WWE held a multi-day tryout in the Las Vegas area to sign new wrestlers to developmental contracts.[15] Additionally, following John Cena's return to WWE at the previous PPV, Money in the Bank, the company began a tour titled the "Summer of Cena." The tour had Cena appearing on Raw, SmackDown, and at WWE Live events in the weeks leading up to and including SummerSlam.[16] WWE also partnered with TikTok to host a contest to select two guest ring announcers for SummerSlam.[17] Music producer and disc jockey Valentino Khan opened the event with a musical performance.[8] Following the event, actress, comedian, and author Tiffany Haddish hosted the official SummerSlam afterparty; additionally, WWE made a donation in support of her foster care charity, the She Ready Foundation.[18]

SummerSlam was held on the same night as the Manny Pacquiao vs. Yordenis Ugás boxing match, which took place at the nearby T-Mobile Arena.[19][20] WWE planned for SummerSlam to end before the card's main event, so that those attending in-person would have enough time to travel from Allegiant Stadium to T-Mobile Arena in time for the fight, and to avoid counterprogramming for PPV watchers who ordered both shows.[21] SummerSlam ended just as Pacquiao made his entrance.[22]

COVID-19 mask mandate

With COVID-19 cases declining due to vaccinations in the United States and most establishments lifting pandemic protocols, WWE resumed live touring in mid-July, running shows at full venue capacity.[23] Shortly after, however, COVID-19 cases began rising again due to the emergence of the Delta variant of the virus. On August 4, the Allegiant Stadium and Ticketmaster released official statements that all attendees of SummerSlam, regardless of vaccination status, would be required to wear masks during the event.[24][25]


The event comprised 11 matches, including one on the Kickoff pre-show. The matches resulted from scripted storylines, where wrestlers portrayed heroes, villains, or less distinguishable characters in scripted events that built tension and culminated in a wrestling match or series of matches. Results were predetermined by WWE's writers on the Raw and SmackDown brands,[26][27] while storylines were produced on WWE's weekly television shows, Monday Night Raw and Friday Night SmackDown.[28]

Following Roman Reigns' successful defense of the Universal Championship at Money in the Bank, he declared that everyone could now acknowledge him. John Cena then made a surprise return to WWE, marking his first appearance with the company since WrestleMania 36 in April 2020, where he had a brief stare down with Reigns before performing his signature "You Can't See Me" taunt at Reigns.[29] Instead of waiting until SmackDown, Cena appeared on Raw the next night to explain himself, declaring that he wanted to put Reigns in his place. He then officially challenged Reigns for the Universal Championship at SummerSlam.[30] On SmackDown, Cena appeared to confront Reigns, however, Reigns rejected the challenge and instead accepted a challenge from Finn Bálor, who himself had returned to SmackDown the previous week.[31] During the contract signing the following week, Reigns signed the contract first, however, as Bálor attempted his signature, he was attacked by Baron Corbin, who instead tried to sign it. Cena then came out, attacked Corbin, and signed the contract himself, thus booking Reigns to defend the Universal Championship against Cena at SummerSlam.[32] After getting into a heated promo on the SmackDown the night before SummerSlam, Reigns said he would leave WWE if he could not defeat Cena.[33]

At Money in the Bank, Nikki A.S.H. won the women's Money in the Bank ladder match, earning a contract for a women's championship match of her choice at anytime of her choosing, while later that night, Charlotte Flair defeated Rhea Ripley to win the Raw Women's Championship.[29] The following night on Raw, Flair defended the title against Ripley in a rematch; however, Flair was disqualified after striking Ripley with the title belt, thus Ripley won the match but not the championship. Ripley and Flair then brawled and Ripley performed the Riptide on Flair at ringside. Nikki then ran out and cashed in her Money in the Bank contract on Flair to win the Raw Women's Championship.[30] The following week, Flair and Ripley staked their claims to challenge Nikki for the title at SummerSlam. WWE officials Adam Pearce and Sonya Deville resolved the matter by scheduling Nikki to defend the championship against Flair and Ripley in a triple threat match at the event.[34]

Following his dominant victory at Money in the Bank,[29] Bobby Lashley (accompanied by MVP) held an open challenge for the WWE Championship on the following night's episode of Raw. The challenge was accepted by a returning Keith Lee, who had been inactive due to health issues since February. After Lashley defeated Lee, Lashley and MVP were confronted by WWE Hall of Famer Goldberg, appearing for the first time since the Royal Rumble in January. Goldberg proclaimed that he would be Lashley's next challenger for the title.[30] The following week, however, Lashley rejected Goldberg's challenge.[34] On the August 2 episode, Goldberg appeared and confronted the champion face-to-face, stating that he would defeat Lashley for the title. The match was subsequently confirmed for SummerSlam.[35]

After Edge was granted a Universal Championship match at Money in the Bank, Seth Rollins took issue with this decision, feeling that he deserved the opportunity. At the event, Rollins cost Edge the championship and following the match, the two brawled into the crowd.[29] On the following episode of SmackDown, Edge called out Rollins and stated that their issues date back to December 2014 when Rollins had attempted to injure Edge's surgically repaired neck and definitively put an end to his career. Rollins then came out and claimed he despised older wrestlers like Edge and John Cena for coming back and taking opportunities from the current wrestlers who earned them. A brawl then ensued.[31] The following week, Rollins attacked Edge during his entrance and declared that if he cannot be Universal Champion, then neither can Edge.[32] On the August 6 episode, Edge challenged Rollins to a match at SummerSlam which Rollins accepted.[36]

On the July 5 episode of Raw, Drew McIntyre faced and defeated his old 3MB stablemate Jinder Mahal (accompanied by Shanky and Veer) after Mahal felt that McIntyre had cost him an opportunity to compete in the men's Money in the Bank ladder match. Following the match, Mahal, Shanky, and Veer attacked McIntyre and stole McIntyre's family sword that he uses for his entrance theatrics.[37] The following week, Mahal, Shanky, and Veer dismantled the sword only for McIntyre to reveal that it was a replica. McIntyre then proceeded to dismantle Mahal's motorcycle.[38] At Money in the Bank, Mahal, Shanky, and Veer cost McIntyre the men's Money in the Bank ladder match.[29] On the following night's episode of Raw, Mahal, Shanky, and Veer gloated about costing McIntyre the match only for McIntyre to attack all three with a steel chair.[30] McIntyre would then defeat Veer and Shanky in matches over the next couple of weeks.[34][35] On August 13, a match between McIntyre and Mahal was scheduled for SummerSlam.[39]

On Night 1 of WrestleMania 37, Bianca Belair defeated Sasha Banks to win the SmackDown Women's Championship.[40] On the July 30 episode of SmackDown, both Carmella and Zelina Vega staked their claims to challenge Belair for the title. The two then attacked Belair, who was saved by Banks, making her first appearance since the SmackDown after WrestleMania. Banks and Belair then teamed up and defeated Carmella and Vega in a tag team match. Following the match, however, Banks ambushed Belair from behind, thereby turning heel in the process.[32] The subsequent week, Banks challenged Belair to a match for the title at SummerSlam, which Belair accepted.[36]


Other on-screen personnel
Role: Name:
English commentators Michael Cole (SmackDown)
Pat McAfee (SmackDown)
Jimmy Smith (Raw)
Corey Graves (Raw)
Byron Saxton (Raw)
Spanish commentators Carlos Cabrera
Marcelo Rodriguez
Ring announcers Greg Hamilton (SmackDown)
Mike Rome (Raw)
Raine Cruz (guest)
Referees Danilo Anfibio
Jason Ayers
Jessika Carr
Dan Engler
Darrick Moore
Eddie Orengo
Chad Patton
Rod Zapata
Interviewers Sarah Schreiber
Mario Lopez
Tiffany Haddish
Pre-show panel Kayla Braxton
Kevin Patrick
Peter Rosenberg
Booker T
Jerry Lawler
Sonya Deville


During the SummerSlam Kickoff pre-show, Big E faced Baron Corbin. In the end, as Corbin tried to leave the match with Big E's Money in the Bank briefcase, Big E tackled Corbin into the barricade. Big E performed the Big Ending on Corbin to win the match and regain possession of his Money in the Bank contract.[41]

Preliminary matches

The actual pay-per-view opened with AJ Styles and Omos defending the Raw Tag Team Championship against RK-Bro (Randy Orton and Riddle). In the end, Styles took out Riddle on the outside, but Orton hit the RKO on Styles in the ring to win the titles for himself and Riddle.[1]

Next, Alexa Bliss took on Eva Marie. Eva took Lilly and smacked the doll before hitting Alexa with it. An irate Alexa took down Eva and went for Twisted Bliss, but Eva moved out of the way. Alexa would hit a DDT on Eva to win the match. Afterwards, Doudrop announced Eva as the loser and walked around wearing Eva's robe.[1]

Then, Sheamus defended the United States Championship against Damian Priest. Sheamus caught Priest with a Knee Strike for a nearfall. Sheamus locked in a Leg Lock, but Priest pulled off the protective mask. Sheamus missed a Brogue Kick and Priest hit a Spinning Kick. Priest hit the Reckoning to win his first singles championship on the main roster.[1]

In the fourth match, The Usos defended the SmackDown Tag Team Championship against The Mysterios. Rey and Dominick took down both Usos on the outside at the beginning of the match, but The Usos would gain control. Late in the match, Jimmy Uso hit a Superkick on Rey for a nearfall. As Rey went for a springboard maneuver, Jey caught Rey with another Superkick and hit a Superfly Splash for a nearfall. Dominick took down Jey and Rey hit a 619 on Jimmy, but missed a Frog Splash. The Usos hit a Double Superkick on Rey and Jimmy hit a Superfly Splash to retain the titles.[1]

A brief segment then occurred with Rick Boogs playing Intercontinental Champion King Nakamura to the ring and eventually to the announce table, where they danced alongside SmackDown commentator Pat McAfee. [1]

Then, Bianca Belair was scheduled to defend the SmackDown Women's Championship against Sasha Banks. However, it was announced that Sasha was not cleared to compete and would be replaced by Carmella. Before the bell could be rang, Becky Lynch returned from her maternity leave and attacked Carmella. Lynch challenged Belair for the title, which Belair accepted. Lynch offered a handshake, hit a forearm, and then the Manhandle Slam for the quick win.[1]

In the sixth match, Drew McIntyre took on Jinder Mahal. In the end, McIntyre hit the Future Shock DDT and the Claymore Kick to win the match. Afterwards, Veer and Shanky came out to check on Jinder and McIntyre chased all three of them off with his sword.[1]

Next, Nikki A.S.H. defended the Raw Women’s Championship in a Triple threat match against Rhea Ripley and Charlotte Flair. At the start, Charlotte shoved Nikki. Both Nikki and Charlotte countered the Riptide from Ripley. Nikki would hit a Crossbody off the top rope onto Ripley and Flair outside the ring. Charlotte would counter a Double Suplex into a Double DDT on Rhea and Nikki and then hit a Moonsault off the top rope on them on the outside. Charlotte locked in the Figure Eight on Ripley, but Nikki hit a Splash to break it up. After moving out of the way of a Splash, Charlotte forced Nikki to submit to the Figure Eight to win her record-breaking sixth time, making her 14th overall singles title in WWE, and her 15th title overall.[1]

In the eighth match, Edge took on Seth Rollins. Edge was raised to the stage with The Brood music before coming to the ring with his regular theme. Rollins targeted the surgically repaired neck of Edge by slamming it into the steel steps. Rollins hit a Frog Splash for a nearfall. As Rollins went for The Stomp, Edge rolled on the apron. On the top rope, Edge hit a Swinging Neckbreaker on Rollins. Edge went back to the top rope and Rollins ran and hit a Superplex and rolled through with the Falcon Arrow for a nearfall. Edge countered The Stop and a Pedigree and hit a Glam Slam for a nearfall. Rollins went for The Stomp on the apron, but Edge countered and hit a Spear to Rollins through the rope to the outside. Rollins would counter a Spear attempt by Edge into a Pedigree for another nearfall. Edge moved away from a Corkscrew Moonsault and hit a Spear for a nearfall. Edge countered The Stomp again and locked in an Edgecator and a Crossface, but did not get the submission. Edge locked in a Bulldog Choke, submitting Rollins to win the match.[1]

Then, John Morrison and The Miz came to the ring to reveal their surprise, the Drip Stick 2000. Xavier Woods came out with the device and sprayed Miz and Morrison out of the ring.[1]

In the penultimate match, Bobby Lashley defended the WWE Championship against Goldberg. Goldberg hit a Spear on Lashley outside the ring. Lashley rolled out the ring and allowed MVP to hit Goldberg in the knee with his cane. Lashley attacked the injured knee with multiple chop blocks and rammed it into the ring post. Goldberg was unable to continue, thus Lashley retained the title. Afterwards, Lashley attacked Goldberg in the knee with a steel chair. Goldberg's son Gage came to his father's aid, but was put in the Hurt Lock by Lashley.[1]

Main event

In the main event, Roman Reigns defended the Universal Championship against John Cena with a stipulation that Reigns would leave WWE if he lost. Cena started with Roll-Up and Inside Cradle pin attempts. Reigns countered the Attitude Adjustment into a DDT for a nearfall. Reigns locked in a Guillotine Choke, but Cena escaped. Reigns went for a Spear, but Cena countered with a kick and hit the Five Knuckle Shuffle and Attitude Adjustment for a nearfall. Cena locked in the STF, but Reigns reached the rope. Cena put Reigns through the announce table with an Attitude Adjustment and got another nearfall in the ring. Cena went for another AA, but Reigns hit a Superman Punch for another nearfall. Reigns missed a Spear and went into the ring post and Cena hit a Super AA off the top rope for a two count. Cena went for a Spear of his own, but Reigns hit the Superman Punch twice and hit a Spear to retain the title and stay in WWE. Afterwards, Brock Lesnar returned for the first time since WrestleMania 36 and confronted Reigns, who left Lesnar to be cheered by the crowd to end the event.[1] Lesnar would then execute multiple German suplexes and an F5 on Cena (reminiscent of the 2014 event) after the event went off-air.[42]



No. Results Stipulations Times[41][1]
1P Big E defeated Baron Corbin by pinfall Singles match[43] 6:35
2 RK-Bro (Randy Orton and Riddle) defeated AJ Styles and Omos (c) by pinfall Tag Team match for the WWE Raw Tag Team Championship[44] 7:05
3 Alexa Bliss defeated Eva Marie (with Doudrop) by pinfall Singles match[45] 3:50
4 Damian Priest defeated Sheamus (c) by pinfall Singles match for the WWE United States Championship[46] 13:50
5 The Usos (Jey Uso and Jimmy Uso) (c) defeated Rey Mysterio and Dominik Mysterio by pinfall Tag Team match for the WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship[47] 10:50
6 Becky Lynch defeated Bianca Belair (c) by pinfall Singles match for the WWE SmackDown Women's Championship[48] 0:26
7 Drew McIntyre defeated Jinder Mahal by pinfall Singles match[49]
Veer and Shanky were banned from ringside.
8 Charlotte Flair defeated Nikki A.S.H. (c) and Rhea Ripley by submission Triple Threat match for the WWE Raw Women's Championship[50] 13:04
9 Edge defeated Seth Rollins by submission Singles match[51] 21:15
10 Bobby Lashley (c) (with MVP) defeated Goldberg by referee stoppage Singles match for the WWE Championship[52] 7:10
11 Roman Reigns (c) (with Paul Heyman) defeated John Cena by pinfall Singles match for the WWE Universal Championship[53]
Had Reigns lost, he would have left WWE.
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
  • P – indicates the match took place on the pre-show


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