As we get set for SummerSlam 2022, the second-largest WWE event of the year is quickly approaching.

Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar will square off in a Last Man Standing contest at this year’s SummerSlam. The two men previously fought at WrestleMania 38. After a confrontation on SmackDown, Lesnar is attempting to unseat Reigns as the undisputed WWE Universal Champion. Reigns held the championship when he left the ring at WrestleMania.

The WWE United States Championship match between Bobby Lashley and Theory, the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship contest between Liv Morgan and Ronda Rousey, and the WWE Raw Women’s Championship match between Bianca Belair and Becky Lynch are among the singles matches that WWE fans are anticipating.

In other words, SummerSlam 2022 is looking like it will be something that every lover of wrestling must witness. What you need to know about The Biggest Party of the Summer, including how to watch SummerSlam live online and where to watch it on TV, is provided below.

WWE SUMMERSLAM 2022: TIME, LOCATION, TICKETSSummerSlam 2022 will take place at Nashville, Tennessee’s Nissan Stadium on Saturday, July 30. The main event will begin at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT, with a kickoff program taking place an hour beforehand.

tickets to SummerSlam 2022 are still readily available if you live in the Nashville area. To purchase tickets right away, go to, where they start at just $37.

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However, you may still watch SummerSlam on TV by purchasing the SummerSlam PPV live stream through your cable or satellite provider, even though Peacock is now the best way to watch any WWE event (more information below). Cost of the PPV live stream is $44.99


Like any WWE event, SummerSlam 2022 is best viewed with Peacock. WWE now has live broadcasts of its premium live events and on-demand WWE programming available on the NBC streaming service. The best part is that Peacock subscribers are not charged for premium live WWE events.

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You’ll need an Peacock Premium or Peacock Premium Plus subscription to watch SummerSlam 2022 live online. Even if Peacock’s subscription is free, you can’t watch WWE live events like SummerSlam there. Premium Plus for Peacock is tickets to SummerSlam 20220, whereas Peacock Premium is only $4.99 a month. The more expensive version eliminates all commercials from on-demand material, but live broadcasts with pre-scheduled commercial breaks will still have ads.

Once you have a Peacock Premium or Premium Plus membership, you can watch SummerSlam online on smart TVs, laptops, tablets, phones, and streaming devices like Roku, Firestick, and Apple TV.


Unfortunately, unless you are currently a paying Peacock customer, there is no (legal) way to watch SummerSlam 2022 live online for free. If you’re prepared to wait until after the event has concluded, there is a method to watch SummerSlam for free. Having access to WWE live event replays will allow you to stream SummerSlam for nothing after it has concluded (just stay offline to avoid spoilers).

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Despite the fact that WWE Money in the Bank occurred less than a month ago, there is already a lot of excitement for this year’s SummerSlam. Some of the biggest names in wrestling are vying for the five belts that are up for grabs. Here is the whole schedule for SummerSlam 2022:

Brock Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns: Undisputed Championship Last Man Standing Match Universal Title for WWE Undisputed WWE Tag Team Titles between The Usos (c) and The Street Profits WWE Raw Women’s Title matchup between Becky Lynch and Bianca Belair Ronda Rousey vs. Liv Morgan for the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship WWE United States Title matchup between Bobby Lashley and Theory Miz versus Logan Paul RiddlePac McAfee versus Happy Corbin; Seth Rollins;

The Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar match, which ends their seven-match feud, is billed by WWE as their final encounter. Due to the fact that each have won three of their previous six matches, the winner of this SummerSlam match will be revealed.

The WWE organization has undergone a significant overhaul as a result of SummerSlam: The first WWE PPV event without longtime owner, chairman, and CEO Vince McMahon in charge will be SummerSlam 2022. The fact that Triple H, who formerly oversaw NXT, is in charge gives many fans hope for the future of WWE.

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