On one hand, I'm not sure if The Miz is a big enough star for WWE to put against Conor McGregor in a match. On the other hand, one would think that McGregor would win a WWE match if he was booked. I think it's better for a lesser star to put over McGregor rather than have a main event star put him over. The Miz's trash talking would fit well in a storyline with McGregor and Miz is known for being good with public appearances to hype up events. With all that being said, I think Miz is a good choice if McGregor ever decides to do a WWE match. However, with the amount of money McGregor is making from the Floyd Mayweather fight, I don't see why McGregor would even consider it unless it was something he felt really passionate about.
@aaronrift Chances of Slater winning the Universal championship and completing the unholy 3MB champion trifecta with McIntyre and Mahal?
I would say the chances are slim to none. While we all like to make the jokes about it, there is no good reason for Heath Slater to win the Universal Title. The deal with Jinder Mahal is that WWE has been trying to increase business in India. It's merely a coincidence that Mahal and Drew McIntyre are champions at the same time.
As I mentioned in NoDQ's Summerslam review video, I feel the show was a C+. If you didn't count the worst three hours of Summerslam, it would probably be a B+ show. I was surprised by the amount of title changes. My guess is that WWE wanted to make Summerslam extra special and that was their way of doing so.
@aaronrift Hey Aaron Whats your thoughts on the double teaming in tag team matches? If they are going to allow it why not call it a no DQ ?
Historically, there is a five-second rule in tag team matches where the partner can be in the ring. In typical WWE fashion, certain rules are forgotten about or changed to fit in with whatever the company is trying to accomplish in a match. If you look for all the logic holes in WWE matches, you'll drive yourself nuts so my advice is to not bother.