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MASSIVE WWE SummerSlam match has been CANCELLED

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In a surprising turn of events, the much-anticipated WWE SummerSlam 2023 match between Becky Lynch and Trish Stratus has been cancelled.

This news has left fans worldwide in a state of disappointment, as they were eagerly waiting for the face-off between these two titans of the wrestling world.

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WWE SummerSlam: The Initial Setup

The stage was set for this epic battle when Becky Lynch, also known as ‘The Man’, lost to Trish Stratus at the WWE Night of Champions 2023.

This defeat was a result of interference from Zoey Stark. However, Lynch was given another shot at the WWE Hall of Famer after she defeated Stark in a match on RAW.

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The Unexpected Twist

In a subsequent edition of RAW, Adam Pearce, the WWE official, tried to make the Stratus vs. Stark match official.

Despite Stratus’s protests, Stark interfered again, this time using a chair to neutralise Lynch, leading to a disqualification.

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The Reason for the Change

According to Fightful Select, the decision to move the match from SummerSlam 2023 to RAW was made over the weekend.

There were discussions about delaying the match to WWE Payback, but it was finally decided to hold it on the August 14th edition of RAW.

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WWE SummerSlam: The Rumors and the Truth

Rumours were circulating that Becky Lynch was scheduled to take time off after SummerSlam.

However, these rumours have been debunked, as it is clear that Lynch will continue to be a part of the WWE action.

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