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By HENRY FREDERICK / Headline Surfer
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Summer Slam, the second biggest pay-per-view behind only Wrestlemania will be held on Aug. 23.
The question, though, is where?
It's looking more and more like the Amway Center in Orlando will be the venue, according to Wrestling ReWind's sources. Still, there won't be any fans allowed to watch and cheer or jeer the way the WWE Universe loves to do.
This would be the first live event from the Amway Center in downtown Orlando since a Billie Eilish concert back on March 10 before the coronavirus pandemic caused the shutdown of venues across the US and around the world.
This would be the first live event from the Amway Center in downtown Orlando since a Billie Eilish concert back in early March before the coronavirus pandemic cause the shutdown of venues across the US and around the world.
WWE Chairman Vince McMahon does not want to stage it at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando where the Smackdown and Raw programs are taped as was Wrestlemania, due to the pandemic.
Seven matches are set so far for the WWE extravaganza:
• Drew McIntyre (champ) vs. Randy Orton for the WWE Championship;
• Sasha Banks (champ) vs. Asuka for the RAW Women's Championship;
• Bayley (champ) vs. the winner of the Triple Brand Battle Royal for the Smackdown Women's Championship;
• Braun Strowman (champ) vs. "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt for the WWE Universal Championship.
• Street Profits - Angelo Dawkins and Montez Ford (champs) vs. Andrade and Angel Garza - for the RAW Tag Team Championship;
• Apollo Crews (champ) vs. MVP for the United States Championship;
• Dominik Mysterio vs. "The Monday Night Messiah" Seth Rollins.