The 12th SummerSlam occurred when WWE was crushing WCW in the Monday Night Wars and business was going very well.
The eighth WWE SummerSlam event happened as WWE was trying to right the ship after a couple of down years.
The seventh WWE SummerSlam event took place during that mid-90s period where there were some great moments once in a while, but also some awful crap too.
The sixth edition of SummerSlam took place at a time when WWE was going through a transitional phase and the product was suffering.
The fifth edition of SummerSlam was a history-making event because it was the first time a WWE pay-per-view took place in London, England at Wembley Stadium.
The fourth SummerSlam event featured a wedding in the ring as the main event.
The third SummerSlam event in 1990 saw a changing of the guard because The Ultimate Warrior was the WWE Champion while Hulk Hogan was out of the main event for the first time in SummerSlam history.
The second SummerSlam took place at a time when Hulkamania was still running wild, brother.
The first SummerSlam ever took place at a time when the Mega Powers were running wild, brother.
The WWE Vengeance 2003 pay-per-view was a Smackdown brand show – the first ever Smackdown-only PPV.
It’s time for WWE Battleground – the night where the three members of The Shield battled for the WWE Championship for the first time as Dean Ambrose defended the gold against Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins. This review was written live when it took place in 2016 and remains unchanged.