Watch WWE SummerSlam, live on Sky Sports HD Box Office, in August

Last Updated: 06/08/13 5:18pm

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Daniel Bryan and John Cena will lock horns in the main event

Daniel Bryan and John Cena will lock horns in the main event

SummerSlam is set to be simply sensational.

As the home of both the Los Angeles Lakers and the LA Clippers, the Staples Center regularly witnesses some brilliant basketball.

But it will see some glittering grappling on Sunday, August 18 when it hosts WWE's summer spectacular for the fifth year in a row.

Daniel Bryan will fight John Cena for the WWE Title in one of the evening's most high-profile bouts, while CM Punk and Brock Lesnar will also square off in a grudge match.

Plus, Alberto Del Rio will defend the World Heavyweight Championship against Christian, and Kane will meet The Wyatt Family leader, Bray Wyatt, in a Ring of Fire Match.

In addition, Damien Sandow - seething since former tag team partner Cody Rhodes tossed his Money in the Bank briefcase into the Gulf of Mexico - will battle The Son of a Son of a Plumber.

You will be able to watch the show live and exclusive on Sky Sports Box Office - the show is priced at £14.95 for UK customers and €21.95 for viewers in the Republic of Ireland - or one of the repeat showings in the week that follows the event.

However, make sure you catch all the build-up to the August blockbuster by watching Raw and Smackdown every week on Sky Sports, while for show reports, galleries, and more you can head to

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