Publicized as the ‘Fantasy coordinate’ by SmackDown Live General Manager Daniel Bryan a week ago, the match was a touch disappointing however without a doubt had its minutes that would make the wrestling fans welcome the two stars.
A 16-time Champion and a veteran, Cena, was confronting the ‘Ruler of Strong style’ without precedent for his vocation and a lot was on the line as the victor would get a shot at Mahal’s title. While it would have been Cena’s opportunity to get his record seventeenth title and turn into the best ever champion by obscuring Ric Flair, who additionally has 16 to his name, for Nakamura it would have been his first-since forever title shot.
Both the wrestlers gave their everything and showed some brilliant moves. While Cena demonstrated his animal quality, the Japanese skimmed along the ring, setting up a show with his hard-hitting kicks and physicality.
At last, it was Nakamura who won. Cena was hoping to put Nakamura away for second Attitude Adjustment however Nakamura by one means or another got down and hammered Cena, which hurt the veteran’s neck. It was an immaculate set-up for him to hit his completing move – the Kinshasa. He did as such and grabbed the win and affirmed his ticket to SummerSlam.
Be that as it may, his gathering was stopped as Money in the Bank holder Baron Corbin assaulted him from behind however Cena acted the hero and put the ‘Solitary Wolf’ through the broadcasters table to spare Nakamura from any genuine attack.
SumemrSlam will occur on August 20 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.