WWE changed SummerSlam’s logo. Why? Background 2023
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WWE changed SummerSlam’s logo. Why? Background 2023

With WrestleMania 39 quickly approaching, WWE has already begun promoting SummerSlam, their next major pay-per-view event. The firm revealed the new logo for the premium live event, which will be held at Ford Field in Detroit on August 5.

Since the inaugural SummerSlam event in 1988, SummerSlam has become one of WWE’s most popular and anticipated events of the year. The environment is renowned for its high-energy contests and unforgettable moments. Last year’s SummerSlam was hosted on July 30 in Nashville, Tennessee, marking the first time the event was staged before August. Roman Reigns beat Brock Lesnar in a Last Man Standing match in the main event.

In 2022, WWE announced a new branding for SummerSlam, which marked the most current modification to the SummerSlam logo. The new design replaced the traditional star with a symbol of waves and the bold letters with an orange and yellow tropical typeface. WWE has altered their logo several times throughout the years.

What makes SummerSlam distinct from the previous WWE Premium Live Events?

There are four main yearly Premium Live Events: WWE SummerSlam, Royal Rumble, WrestleMania, and Survivor Series. Each has distinctive qualities that distinguish it apart from the others, and they all include WWE’s top talents.

In terms of chronology, the Royal Rumble occurs in January. 30 WWE Superstars engage in an over-the-top-rope battle royal, with the winner being the last wrestler remaining. This event is frequently utilized to establish storylines and feuds that will play out in the months preceding WrestleMania.

SummerSlam often occurs in August, making it a summer event, and is noted for its high-intensity battles. This event, also known as WWE’s “Biggest Summer Party,” is full with entertaining stories. Mostly staged in outdoor stadiums, this enhances the activities and creates a distinctive ambiance.

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