12 Hidden Meanings Behind WWE SummerSlam 2019 Attires

The Biggest Fashion Show Of The Summer.

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If there was ever a time in WWE history to make a statement with your attire on a Big Four pay-per-view, it's right now.

2019 WWE is a constantly moving, constantly changing world, with actual stars at a premium and former favourites liable to tumble so far down the card that they fall clean off it altogether. WWE spent three months solid pushing Baron Corbin and Lacey Evans as credible threats to Seth Rollins and Becky Lynch respectively, then disappeared them off television when the programme profoundly failed three pay-per-views later.

This particular article mourns the disappearance of the latter - 'The Sassy Southern Belle' didn't have a lot to offer in the ring but always brought the goods with some inspired touches to her gear during her divisive rivalry with 'The Man'. One senses that a trip to the Great White North would have been right up her street. Canada offered folk the red and white of the flag, Toronto the red, white and black of the NBA Championship-winning Raptors.

There were hometown returns splashed with the familiar shades, as well as pointed remarks hidden within the threads of those fortunate enough to make one of the tightest SummerSlam cards of the supersized era. Here were the worst and best dressed...

12. Renee Young - Hometown Pride

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Renee Young Tweeted out her intention to find a Canadian designer to sort her some appropriate threads for a Toronto homecoming, and didn't disappoint on the night.

Sporting a quality leather jacket at the commentary desk, Young's clobber was emblazoned with a shimmering "6ix" in tribute to Torontonion rapper Drake's popularising of the term in 2014. It wasn't the only appearance of the home city pride on the night, either...


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