WWE SummerSlam 2016: 5 things we need to see

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WWE SummerSlam is taking place on Sunday night in Brooklyn and this is what we need to see take place inside the Barclays Center

Everyone knows that when it comes to WWE pay-per-views, there is a small group of them that are collectively known as the “Big 4,” and on Sunday night in Brooklyn, New York, it’s time for one of them to make its way into our lives as SummerSlam will emanate live from the Barclays Center for the second year in a row.

Once again, because this is the second biggest show of the year, SummerSlam will be running a little longer than the normal WWE Network specials. Instead of three hours, SummerSlam will run a total of four hours, as it begins at 7 p.m. ET. When you couple this with the fact that the Kickoff Show begins at 5 p.m. ET, everything as a whole on Sunday when it comes to SummerSlam will be a total of around six hours, maybe more (we all remember what happened back in April with WrestleMania, which actually may or may not still be going on).

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With the magnitude of this show, however, you can’t really blame WWE for milking all the time out of it that they can. Also with the magnitude of the show, however, you expect to see some happenings take place that you want to remember forever. Basically, these are some things that need to go down in order to secure a measure of success for WWE in both the near and distant future. If you want to make some statements, of course you make them on one of the biggest shows of the entire year in a place like New York City.

This is what you expect from the 2016 SummerSlam event on Sunday night, and some big things may happen and some may not. Either way, you’re going to be glued to the WWE Network on August 21 waiting to find out.

So, what are some big things that we might want to see on Sunday night from the latest rendition of WWE SummerSlam?

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