One match in particular was a mixed-bag of emotions heading into WWE’s SummerSlam. It wasn’t John Cena vs. Seth Rollins and it certainly wasn’t Brock Lesnar vs. the Undertaker. That one bout consisted of three men fighting for the Intercontinental championship. Show More Summary
The Undertaker beat Brock Lesnar Sunday night at SummerSlam in controversial fashion, but before a bizarre ending to the main (...)
A little over a month ago, The Undertaker shockingly returned to the WWE ring to take out Brock Lesnar. Since then, he has been entrenched in a feud with the “Beast Incarnate” which supposedly came to a head last night at SummerSlam, but it’s far from over. Show More Summary
The Undertaker has been furious over losing his to Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 30. It was the match that snapped his over 20 year undefeated streak at the event. While Undertaker has claimed on television that the loss wasn’t the part...Show More Summary
The Undertaker beat Brock Lesnar and avenged his loss at WrestleMania XXX Sunday night at SummerSlam, but it (...)
WWE held its annual SummerSlam pay-per-view on Sunday, and it was full of surprises. None bigger than former "Daily Show" host Jon Stewart, who was the special guest host of SummerSlam getting involved in the John Cena-Seth Rollins match. A look at the results:
On Sunday night, WWE presented a four-hour SummerSlam that brought about new champions and a controversial main event. There was even a big heel turn during the WWE Title match that resulted in a huge loss for John Cena to Seth Rollins. Show More Summary
It was supposed to be a big moment. Undertaker rises to his signature sitting position, stares a laughing Brock Lesnar in the eyes and screams right in his face. It was supposed to be dramatic. It was supposed to be threatening. TheShow More Summary
NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 23: Jon Stewart hosts WWE SummerSlam 2015 at Barclays Center of Brooklyn on August 23, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by JP Yim/Getty Images) WWE SummerSlam featured Jon Stewart shockingly helping Seth Rollins defeat John Cena, but even a heel turn from the former host [...]
pic.twitter.com/pkMUnFQuOP — WrestlinGifs (@WrestlinGifs) August 24, 2015 This might be the best GIF that WWE will give us all year. It's so perfect. Brock laughing uncontrollably at Undertaker, Taker doing his creepy stare thing. Poetry. Also Brock totally flipped off Undertaker while he was in the Hell's Gate.
This certainly sets up a fantastic potential rubber match. The Undertaker got his win back against Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam, but it certainly wasn't straightforward. A mistake by the timekeeper distracted the referee, allowing Undertaker...Show More Summary
The biggest WWE event of the summer, featuring Brock Lesnar vs. The Undertaker and John Cena vs. Seth Rollins, is pretty easy to catch online. SummerSlam is WWE's second-biggest event of the year, and it gets underway at 7 p.m. ET from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Show More Summary
The Undertaker seeks his long-awaited revenge against Brock Lesnar this Sunday night at WWE’s Summer Slam. It is a rematch of one of the most stunning bouts in the history of wrestling entertainment. Undertaker versus Brock Lesnar 2Show More Summary
Kevin Fitzpatrick most likely thought this would just be a routine traffic stop. Liz Vargas Juarbe be probably was wondering just what it was she had done wrong. Both couldn’t have been further from the truth. What transpired in November 2014 has many questioning the dealings of the entire Tampa Police Department. Show More Summary
Brock Lesnar is a ghost, a spectre floating above the cage, a supernatural opportunist who knows just how to rap our windows and rattle our chains. No one disappears quite like him.
Brock Lesnar stopped by ESPN to roll through the car wash on Tuesday before Sunday’s WWE Summerslam PPV, and while he was in Bristol, he worked some security for the Worldwide Leader. https://youtu.be/nI_yaL3uSUM Imagine pulling up to the security checkpoint at your office…and a man as large and intimidating as Brock Lesnar is sitting there. Show More Summary
Big matches don’t always end with a clean finish. Thinking back over the last calendar year, how many pay-per-view main events ended without any interruptions or dirty moves? A group of WWE fans will believe that non-clean finishes add to the story being portrayed. Show More Summary
When WWE legend The Undertaker made his shocking, or, depending on how closely you follow wrestling news, not so shocking return at WWE Battleground last month, many expected that he would eventually get his revenge on Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam via a clean win. Show More Summary
It was a few weeks ago that the first betting odds for WWE SummerSlam came out, but that was just when one match was announced – Brock Lesnar vs. The Undertaker. Now, there is a full card of 10 matches for this Sunday’s big event, and...Show More Summary
The next big thing is now ESPN’s big gate guard. Wrestler Brock Lesnar surprised the sport’s network’s employees and visitors when his hulking frame met them at the entrance. We’re surprised he fit in the booth. Mirror here.