Should Happen: Kevin Owens-Shane McMahon Story Comes To An End

Shane McMahon’s increased appearances on WWE television since the turn of 2019 has been a major concern for the WWE Universe. Kevin Owens’s new gimmick as the People’s Champion led to him calling out jr. McMahaon for his unbearable personality, and set out on a mission to stop Shane McMahon’s tyrrany. 

Owens and McMahon will compete in a singles matchup at SummerSlam, and if Owens loses he leaves WWE. WWE must make sure there are no shennaingans and Owens wins the match-up clean as a whistle, estabilishing him as the No.1 babyface in WWE and ending the “Shane McMahon-The Spoilt Brat” storyline once and for all.

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Should NOT Happen: Brock Lesnar Squashes Seth Rollins

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Brock Lesnar losing his title to Seth Rollins is highly unlikely, considering the fact he won the title less than a month ago at Extreme Rules. Brock Lesnar will defend the Universal Title at SummerSlam third year in a row, and Rollins will look to regain the championship and become 2x Universal Champion. 

However, WWE won’t let Brock let go of the titel so easily, and this could lead to a squash match similar to the one Lesnar had against Cena at SummerSlam all those years ago. Rollins losing in a Squash Match will hurt the credibility of the “Beastslayer”, and WWE will effectively kill all his momentum. 

Seth Rollins and Brock Lesnar must have a proper singles matchup which has evaded us since 2015.