Live Streaming Summerslam 2021 Watch Online UK Time, Live TV

Live Streaming Summerslam 2021 Watch Online UK Time, Live TV
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SummerSlam is a pay-per-view (PPV) and WWE Network event held annually in August by WWE since 1988. Dubbed "The Biggest Party of the Summer,"[1] it is one of the promotion's original four pay-per-views, along with WrestleMania, Royal Rumble, and Survivor Series, referred to as the "Big Four" as they are the promotion's biggest shows of the year produced quarterly.[2] It is considered WWE's second biggest event of the year behind WrestleMania.[3][4] The 2021 event will be the 34th event in the SummerSlam chronology and feature wrestlers from the Raw and SmackDown brands.[5] According to reports, WWE are planning for SummerSlam 2021 to be more grandiose than April's WrestleMania 37 event, mostly because the latter had to be held at a reduced venue capacity due to the COVID-19 pandemic.



On May 28, 2021, WWE announced that SummerSlam would take place live on Saturday, August 21, marking the first SummerSlam to be held on a Saturday since the 1992 event (which was pre-taped on a Saturday and aired on tape delay on a Monday), as well as the first SummerSlam to not be held on a Sunday since the 1994 event, which took place on a Monday.[7] During the 2021 Belmont Stakes' pre-race show on June 5, the Allegiant Stadium in the Las Vegas suburb of Paradise, Nevada was confirmed as the host venue for SummerSlam.[8] While WWE typically hosts PPVs on a Sunday night, the Wrestling Observer Newsletter reported that it was the Allegiant Stadium that wanted SummerSlam held on a Saturday.[9] This will mark the second SummerSlam to be held in a football stadium, with the foremost being the 1992 event at Wembley Stadium in Wembley, London, England, but the first to be held in a National Football League stadium in the United States.[10] Travel packages became available on June 11 while individual tickets went on sale on June 18.[11] In addition to traditional PPV and the WWE Network, SummerSlam will air in movie theaters across the United States, thus marking WWE's first pay-per-view event to air in theaters.[12]

As part of SummerSlam Week, WWE will hold a multi-day tryout in the Las Vegas area to sign new wrestlers to developmental contracts.[13] Additionally, following John Cena's return to WWE at the previous PPV, Money in the Bank, the company began a tour titled the "Summer of Cena." The tour has Cena appearing on Raw, SmackDown, and at WWE Live events in the weeks leading up to and including SummerSlam.[14] WWE have also partnered with TikTok to host a contest to select two guest ring announcers for SummerSlam.[15] Actress, comedian, and author Tiffany Haddish will host the official SummerSlam afterparty, with WWE making a donation in support of her foster care charity, the She Ready Foundation

Tim Tebow returned to NFL action Saturday night, playing for the first time since the 2015 preseason. The newly minted tight end debuted for the Jaguars on his 34th birthday.

Not much was expected of Tebow, who entered the game in a three-way tie with Tyler Davis and Ben Ellefson for fourth string on Jacksonville's tight end depth chart. He's learning a new position, after all.

Still, Tebow saw the field for a handful of snaps in Jacksonville's 23-13 loss to Cleveland. Here's how he did.

Highlights from Tim Tebow's Jaguars debut

Tebow first saw the field with less than 20 seconds left in the first half. He ran open over the middle but ended up in the same spot as Tavon Austin. Austin made the catch in front of Tebow, who turned upfield to block for Austin.

Nearly 100,000 people flooded onto the floor of the 2021 National Sports Collectors Convention in suburban Chicago, all jostling for space while peering into glass cases. Some were there to buy, shelling out anywhere from a couple of bucks to hundreds of thousands on cards. Others just wanted a glimpse of what they had only ever read about -- the most sought-after and controversial card ever made.

Hidden in plain sight, so small and slight that hundreds of people filed past it without realizing what they were missing, sat a tiny, rectangular piece of cardboard so valuable, it was guarded by a fully armed, off-duty police officer. That piece of cardboard sold for $6.6 million on Sunday, making it the most expensive sports card ever sold in a market that has been inundated with million-dollar record breakers over the past two years.

It was a T206 Honus Wagner, often referred to as the Holy Grail or Mona Lisa of sports cards. There are roughly 60 known to exist.

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