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Not every match, though, receives the recognition it should for the quality of its action.
Some suffer from sharing the card with all-time great title bouts or newsworthy angles that overshadow them.
In preparation for such a thing, relive these 10 hidden gems from the three decades of WWE's annual Summer Slam extravaganza.
To say the Steiner Brothers' run in WWE was underwhelming would be an understatement.
Creative disappointment ruined what should have been one of the all-time great runs by any team in company history but that does not mean Rick and Scott did not deliver their fair share of superb in-ring performances.
Fueled by hometown support and their mother and sister seated in the front row, the tag team champions entered Detroit to a thunderous ovation and set out to defend their titles against the Heavenly Bodies, Dr. Scott found himself in the unenviable position of being isolated from his partner across the ring, at the mercy of the talented in-ring technicians Del Rey and Prichard.
A match so good one can only imagine what a rematch here in 2018, with a more seasoned Ziggler and determined Mysterio, would look like. Perhaps fueled by ego and frustration over the diminished significance of their title bout, Captain Charisma and the second-generation heel set out to steal the show.
The Summer Slam pay-per-view is one steeped in classic wrestling matches featuring the greatest Superstars in WWE history.
From Bret Hart to Shawn Michaels, The Rock to Triple H, John Cena to CM Punk, every recognizable world champion of the last 30 years has made their mark on the summertime spectacular.
Others are lost in the annals, forgotten in an era of bloated, long cards.
With the 2018 broadcast shaping up to be one of those long shows, touting more matches than a typical card can house, the likelihood that a great match flies under the radar is high.