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               The Miz demanded to face off with Jason Jordan. Raw general manager Kurt Angle stepped out instead, informing him Jordan wouldn't be a part of Miz TV, Lesnar would. The Miz mocked Paul Heyman and taunted Lesnar He said he believed Reigns, Strowman and Joe were all more likely to exit SummerSlam as universal champ. Heyman asked the audience to pretend The Miz and Miztourage were Lesnar's SummerSlam opponents before The Beast Incarnate laid out the heels. Lesnar got to show off his destructive power and rev up the crowd by gobbling up the heels. The Miz got to be his egotist self in a fresh setting. Both Lesnar and The Miz's respective rivalries got some spotlight in the process.
                 In a rematch from last week, Seth Rollins clashed with Sheamus in a match that started out with a furious pace. The Kingslayer pounced on Sheamus, chased off Cesaro, and proved intense and focused against his opponent. Rollins dominated, but Cesaro distracted him long enough for Sheamus to roll him up. After the bell, Rollins battled the tag team champs, a fight he quickly started to lose. Backstage, he confronted Dean Ambrose The Lunatic Fringe made it clear he still doesn't trust his old partner.
        Jordan was supposed to face Axel, but the beatdown from Lesnar had him out of commission. Jean-Pierre Goulet took his place.Jordan overwhelmed his foe and suplexed him all over the ring. Things only worsened for the local talent when he angered Jordan.The former tag team champ quickly finished off Goulet.
              After WWE revealed Bayley couldn't compete at SummerSlam, she explained how emotional missing this opportunity was for her.Banks came out after Bayley predicted she would be the one to go on to face Bliss at SummerSlam, and Bliss showed up soon after to sit in at the commentary desk. Emma took control, laying out The Boss and smashing Fox with right hands. Banks charged back. A Bank Statement on Emma secured her the win.
           Enzo Amore welcomed Big Show to the ring after doing his usual pre-match routine. He called the two of them a dream team.Big Show began to talk about Big Cass, but Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson interrupted, issuing a challenge.The big man pushed the heels around, and they retreated. Anderson and Gallows gained control by beating down on Amore. Big Cass arrived which distracted Big Show. Anderson and Gallows kept on the attack and took down Amore for the win.After the match, Big Cass attacked the babyfaces. He earned a knockout punch to the chin for his troubles. Finn Balor recalled his recent confrontation with Bray Wyatt. He urged Wyatt to come at him, to continue their rivalry. Wyatt appeared in the ring Balor blasted him, but the lights went out and The Eater of Worlds disappeared. 
             Ambrose and Cesaro traded momentum early on The Swiss Cyborg pounded Ambrose with strikes. Ambrose fired back with a wild offense. Sheamus distracted The Lunatic Fringe to allow the heel to take control, though. Ambrose survived Cesaro's relentless offense, even when his opponent left his midsection hurting. He was able to roll up Cesaro when Sheamus' distraction attempt failed. In the post-match fray, Rollins rushed in and fought off the tag champs. Ambrose made it clear he was willing to reunite, but Rollins shook it off and left the ring.
                  Titus O'Neil joined the commentary team as his client took on Ariya Daivari. Akira Tozawa tried to chop his foe down, but Daivari wore him out with a mat-based offense. Tozawa fought back and finished off the heel with a diving senton. Jax dominated the opening moments of the bout. An errant charge into the corner left her out of the action as Mickie James and Dana Brooke slap each other around. Jax barrelled back into the ring and overpowered her foes.
                   Reigns and Strowman fought outside the ring to kick things off. The Monster Among Men soon took control, battering his opponent with a methodical offense.The slugfest later saw ring steps and a table get turned into weapons. The physicality increased as both men were left reeling.  Reigns and Strowman moved the battle to the entrance ramp where the latter smashed The Big Dog against the LED screen.Samoa Joe ambushed Reigns, choked him out and left him out cold on the floor. That allowed Strowman to steal the win. 


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