By Vinny Lanni @vinnylanni on July 21, 2014
Now that Battleground is over, the road to the second biggest WWE pay-per-view begins. After seeing the Undertaker’s streak end at Wrestlemania, maybe there is another potential surprise in the making at SummerSlam. No one is for certain, but here are five matches that I would love to see take place at SummerSlam 2014.
I know these two fought at Battleground, but this feud is too darn good to put to bed. Dean Ambrose on the mic and Seth Rollins in the ring make for some great storytelling, and I would not mind these two battling it out for another month or so. Add a stipulation to this match, give Ambrose the win this time around, and let’s keep it going.
Dolph Ziggler is an incredible in-ring performer and the guy has the charisma that fans love. Ziggler had a push not too long ago, but it didn't last for too long and it's time that he gets another push to the top. He and The Miz were the last standing in the Battleground pay-per-view, and the signs point to a feud between the two.
Chris Jericho finally got a big win over Bray Wyatt, and now he has a little more credibility to his name. Often Jericho is putting other guys over, but this time Wyatt gives Jericho a little push. I think an RVD vs. Jericho match would capture some nostalgia of two old-school wrestlers going at it and they would put on a great show. Another Jericho win here against a household name like RVD and he would keep rising up the ranks.
Yes, I know that it will mostly likely be John Cena vs. Brock Lesnar here, but it’s just boring and predictable. It would be a nice change to see the young Roman Reigns get the match here, and even possibly the win. Think about it -- Lesnar beat the Undertaker, Reigns beats Lesnar, and Reings gets a big rub from beating the guy who took down the streak.
Imagine if Triple H took off the suit again and stepped into the ring with Cena -- it would be epic. The WWE could even put the title on the line and give the fans another incentive to tune in and watch this match. This matchup here would be the perfect main event for SummerSlam, and it would be another great match to see, but it’s very unlikely to happen.
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