WWE SummerSlam 2015 results: Undertaker defeats Brock Lesnar, Jon Stewart attacks John Cena with a chair to help Seth Rollins win title

Despite ending in a state of confusion, SummerSlam lives up to its billing as summer's WrestleMania

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Undertaker was able to exact revenge over Brock Lesnar for his first ever WrestleMania defeat after a controversial ending to their SummerSlam bout saw the Deadman named the victor in a fiercely contested match.

‘Taker returned at Battleground last month to cost Lesnar his shot as regaining the WWE World Heavyweight Championship from Seth Rollins,  setting up the rematch for SummerSlam on Sunday night.

And it would be Under taker who made the first blow, cutting the Beast Incarnate over the right eye with a heavy right hand – not before Lesnar rushed to the ring to attack his opponent before he even had time to remove his coat.

Undertaker announces his arrival at SummerSlam

Lesnar got himself into the match with a series of suplexes, as has become Lesnar’s trademark since his return to the WWE, but Undetaker battled back and delivered a Tombstone Piledriver to take the big man down. Soon after, Lesnar had Undertaker in the Kimura, only for the bell to ring unexpectedly and referee Charles Robinson debate the decision with the timekeeper. The fight appeared to continue amid confusion, and after a low blow, Undertaker locked in Hell’s Gate causing Lesnar to pass out – only after he gave Undertaker the middle finger while locked in the cholkehold.

Lesnar suplexes Undertaker

Undertaker celebrates his victory over Lesnar

The highlight undoubtedly came though when Lesnar simply laughed at Undertaker, only for the Phenom to mock him with a deranged laugh back in his direction.


Earlier in the night, former host of the Daily Show, Jon Stewart, caused a stir when he sided with the man that earlier in the year attacked him in Rollins, who faced John Cena in a battle between the WWE World Heavyweight champions and the United States champion respectively.

Cena managed to ground Rollins with a side headlock only for Rollins to escape and use his aerial prowess to take Cena down. In a thrilling match that saw both men utilise Cena’s finishing move, the Attitude Adjustment, neither could take down their opponent for a crucial three-count.

Jon Stewart hits Cena with a chair

Stewart suddenly appeared and charged into the ring, chair in hand, but shockingly attacked Cena and knocked him out, giving Rollins the win and both championship belts.

Seth Rollins celebrates victory over John Cena

Ryback retained his Intercontinental title after emerging victorious in a triple threat match with the Big Show and The Miz. Show knocked out Miz after he attempted to do his best to avoid to the two larger athletes, but Ryback pounced to send Big Show out of the ring and pin the prone Miz to keep hold of his belt.

Ryback delivers the Shellshock to Big Show

Kicking off the night’s action, Sheamus needed two Brogue kicks to defeat Randy Orton and appear to put an end to their long-winded rivalry. The New Day regained their Tag Team titles from the Prime Time Players after seeing off Titus O’Neill and Darren Young as well as the Lucha Dragons and Los Matadores.

Sheamus celebrates his win over Randy Orton with is Money in the Bank contract

The New Day celebrate regaining the Tag Team titles

Kevin Owens continued his rise through the WWE ranks with an impressive victory over Cesaro, while Rusev’s latest battle with Dolph Ziggler ended in a no contest after a fight outside the ring broke out between Summer Rae and Lana, causing both men to be counted out.

Cesaro dropkicks Kevin Owens on the turnbuckle

Lana and Summer Rae fight on top of Rusev and Dolph Ziggler

Paige, Charlotte and Becky Lynch, collectively known as PCB, came out on top in a Three-Team Elimination match against Team Bella – the Bella Twins of Nikki and Brie  and Alicia Fox– and Team B.A.D, formed of Sasha Banks, Naomi and Tamina.

Charlotte, Becky Lynch and Paige celebrate their victory

Former Shield members Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose got the better of Wyatt family members Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper in a fight that could easily have been mistaken for 2013. After taking a fair share of punishment, Reigns returned to beat down Wyatt and Harper with a spear to the former picking up the win.

Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns defeated Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper

Finally, star of hit US show Arrow, Stephen Amell, teamed up with Newcastle;s Nevill to defeat King Barrett and Stardust in an entertaining affair. The actor even managed to scale the top rope and was good value in his rivalry with Stardust.


Sheamus DEF Randy Orton

The New Day DEF Prime Time Players, Los Matadores and Lucha Dragons

Rusev v Dolph Ziggler ended in a no contest

Stephen Amell and Nevill DEF King Barrett and Stardust

Ryback DEF The Miz and Big Show

Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose DEF Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper

Seth Rollins DEF John Cena

PCB DEF Team Bella and Team B.A.D

Cesaro DEF Kevin Owens

Undertaker DEF Brock Lesnar