Seth Rollins and Dolph Ziggler are currently scheduled to conclude hostilities over the Intercontinental title at SummeSlam come 19 August - though it seems those plans are about to be overturned.
According to WrestleVotes, WWE are mulling over the possibility of spicing the proposed contest up a bit with the addition of several extra challengers to the mix:
Current champ Ziggler and Rollins collided at last month's Extreme Rules in a 30-minute Iron Man match, which saw the incumbent prevail after a very brief bout of overtime. It's pretty unusual to follow up a PPV-headlining stipulation match with a regular singles tie, making a potential change perfectly logical (though that word tends not to apply to WWE's booking methods).
There are at present no specific rumours about who could populate a multi-person IC title tussle in Brooklyn, though as Ziggler's Diesel-in-chief, it's difficult to look beyond Drew McIntyre playing a significant role. Other than that, it's take your pick out a hat from any the company's numerous, rudderless mid-card acts heading into the show. Bobby, Jinder: it could just be your lucky day.
Check back for more as it emerges.
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