WWE Summerslam 2020 Preview: Apollo Crews vs MVP confirmed for United States Championship on August 23

WWE SummerSlam Preview 2020: WWE’s next PPV SummerSlam is all set to give bring the best out of it. As the latest episode of WWE RAW where it has been announced officially that United States Championship will be on the stake at SummerSlam 2020. Apollo Crews will defend his brand new United States Championship against MVP in this match.

Earlier, In the latest episode of WWE Raw MVP lost his self-proclaimed championship against Apollo Crews in an opening encounter of this week’s RAW. With this win Apollo Crews finally took his revenge from MVP and his stable ‘ Hurt Business’, who earlier forced and injured Apollo Crews to take him out of the equation. However, Apollo Crews failed to show up at Extreme Rules as a result of it MVP self-proclaimed himself as the new United States Champion. But that celebration did not last too long as Apollo Crews got what he actually belongs to in this week’s RAW.

MVP could not hold this defeat against Apollo Crews and demanded a championship rematch which further accepted by Apollo Crews later on the show, backstage.
It will be interesting to see how ‘Hurt Business’ and MVP get back this title from brand new champion Apollo Crews, who is all ready to surprise MVP once again at SummerSlam.

WWE also has promoted this championship match on its Twitter account with this note :

If The Hurt Business wants to truly start booming, they’ll have to figure out how to stop Apollo Crews first.

Crews will once again face MVP in a United States Title Match at SummerSlam, as the rivalry reaches a boiling point. MVP brazenly declared himself the United States Champion at The Horror Show at WWE Extreme Rules after an attack from Bobby Lashley put Crews out of commission. Flanked by The All Mighty and Shelton Benjamin, MVP was oozing with confidence until Crews defeated the veteran in a United States Championship Match on Raw.

Can Crews keep the upper-hand against MVP and his imposing allies? Or will MVP help usher in a gold rush for The Hurt Business?