Humbling Post Match Moment Between Shinsuke Nakamura and John Cena

John Cena confronted Jinder Mahal last week only to be told he has to go through Shinsuke Nakamura first

Now Nakamura will face Jinder Mahal for the WWE Title at Summerslam in Brooklyn on August 20.

Nakamura, meanwhile, is newer to most fans in the United States after debuting in WWE's developmental brand, NXT, in 2016 following a lengthy career in Japan.

Last week, AJ Styles and Chris Jericho used their rematch clauses at the same time to challenge Kevin Owens for the United States Championship in a Triple Threat Match.

What can we see in the WWE Summerslam event?

The match ended in controversy after Owens inadvertently struck the referee in the face before Styles quickly rolled up the self-proclaimed New Face of America for the victory.

This is especially true when it comes to major PPV like Summerslam, where the WWE really tries to heat the things up.

A SummerSlam poster, however, has sparked speculation that things will not be as simple as a one-on-one match for the WWE Championship title. An fantastic match between two of SmackDown's best in-ring competitors ends because the referee was half blinded. This rivalry could prove to be one of the best of the year if it continues to go like this.

Advertised as the "Dream match" by SmackDown Live General Manager Daniel Bryan last week, the match was a tad underwhelming but surely had its moments that would make the wrestling fans appreciate the two stars.

AJ Styles vs. Kevin Owens for the U.S. Championship: It's nice to see a hot start to the show with an immediate match rather than the usual long talking segment. Both superstars were the top stars in their respective companies, but how could they ever meet in the squared ring when they were on separate worlds?

One of the most awaited matches of recent history took place on SmackDown Live yesterday with the final results goings against all the rumors.

Tonight is a huge night for SmackDown Live just a couple weeks away from SummerSlam.

The situation left Kevin Owens furious as he was asking for the justice. McMahon gives him a United States Championship rematch at SummerSlam and Owens demands a competent referee. What this essentially means, if we have to speculate, Owens' will get the short end of the rope at SummerSlam leading to Wrestlemania clash between the prize fighter and Shane McMahon.