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WWE SummerSlam: MAJOR Title Match Could Be Announced ON THE DAY

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As the WWE Universe eagerly awaits the arrival of SummerSlam, there’s a buzz in the air about a significant title match that could be announced on the day of the event itself.

This unexpected twist adds an extra layer of excitement and unpredictability to an already thrilling lineup.

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WWE SummerSlam: The Stacked Card

The SummerSlam card is already brimming with top-tier matches. The Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns is set to face Jey Uso in a Tribal Combat Match.

WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins will be squaring off against Finn Balor. Brock Lesnar is also scheduled to face Cody Rhodes. But there’s one match that’s conspicuously absent from the lineup.

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The Unannounced Title Match

WWE Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley is expected to defend her title, but her opponent, Raquel Rodriguez, has not been officially announced.

This is due to a storyline where Adam Pearce, on Monday’s RAW, informed Rodriguez that she would get a match against Ripley for her title once she is cleared.

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The Element of Surprise

This is a classic wrestling storyline. The match is planned for the show, and once they announce in storyline that Rodriguez is cleared, they will make it official.

However, the twist is that they might wait until the day of the show to announce it or book it as a surprise bout, as revealed by Dave Meltzer on Wrestling Observer Radio.

This element of surprise is a strategic move to keep the audience on their toes and heighten the anticipation.

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