WWE: Find out who champion Jinder Mahal's opponent is for SummerSlam

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As you can tell from the GIF above and the headline of this post, John Cena got dropped on his head at the end of the match.

Out of nowhere, Nakamura managed to escape Cena's iron grasp and respond with a ring-shaking combo of a Reverse Exploder and a Kinshasa, cleanly pinning Cena. After the match, Cena raises Nakamura's hand before letting the King of Strong Style celebrate. Cena came back to the ring to help Nakamura, putting Corbin through the announcers' table and establishing the upcoming match.

Facebook/AmericanGritFOXFeatured in the image is wrestler John Cena in a promotional image for "American Grit".

Cena went for a few Attitude Adjustments before going for the three-count, but each time the Japanese made his way out before the third count. Nakamura will have his work cut out as the "Maharaja" has plenty of back-up. It seems likely that Corbin's hatred of Nakamura is being built up either to foreshadow him cashing in the Money in the Bank contract at Battleground or to lead viewers to think that he will do so.

However, after the match was completed, it was clear that the AJ Style's win was not a clean one.

It is worth noting that both John Cena and Baron Corbin were without any plans for Summerslam 2017.

The main event between Shinsuke Nakamura and John Cena lived up to the billing of the dream match, but it was Chad Gable and Rusev who put on the best show of the night, even surpassing another solid opening match between Kevin Owens and AJ Styles for the US Title.

WWE officials could be taking the obvious step of booking this two superstars against each other.

With the victor promised a WWE Championship opportunity against Jinder Mahal at Summerslam later this month, fans were curious as to who would win.

Owens, who was seen losing his cool backstage, confronted Smackdown commissioner Shane McMahon and general manager Daniel Bryan about being granted another rematch due to the referee making the wrong call.

On August 2, 1992, Ron Simmons was able to defeat Vader in Baltimore, MD to become the first black world champion, according to WCW and WWE.