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WWE Wild Card Rule Only Going Away Temporarily (Details)

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (August 25, 2002) – WWE SummerSlam 2002

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on August 25, 2002, World Wrestling Entertainment aired ‘WWE SummerSlam 2002’ LIVE on PPV from the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, New York.

This was the first annual SummerSlam event under the World Wrestling Entertainment banner, after the WWF/WWE name change earlier that year.

Here are the PPV results:

– Kurt Angle defeated Rey Mysterio

– Ric Flair defeated Chris Jericho

– Edge defeated Eddie Guerrero

– WWE Tag Team Championship: The Un-Americans (c) defeated Booker T & Goldust

– WWE Intercontinental Championship: Rob Van Dam defeated Chris Benoit (c)

– The Undertaker defeated Test

– Unsanctioned Street Fight: Shawn Michaels defeated Triple H

– WWE Undisputed Championship: Brock Lesnar defeated The Rock (c)

• WWE Wild Card Rule Only Going Away Temporarily (Details)

According to The Dirty Sheets, WWE Wild Card rule is only going away temporarily.

WWE plans to temporarily solidify the brand split to build up to the Survivor Series 2019 PPV, which focuses on RAW vs. SmackDown.

When WWE is done with the Survivor Series PPV, they plan to loosen up on the brand split in the new year, and start using the Wild Card Rule again heading into the Royal Rumble & WrestleMania season.

This means that WWE will only stick to the brand split for a 6-8 week period in order to adhere to their current Survivor Series RAW vs. SmackDown format.

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