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It Looks Like WWE May Not Be Done with Stephen Amell

It Looks Like WWE May Not Be Done with Stephen Amell

WWE’s SummerSlam Pay-Per-View was quite the talk of the town on Monday. Memorable moments abounded — Jon Stewart attacked John Cena with a chair during his match! And this wasn’t the only outsider to step into the WWE ring on Sunday, however, as Stephen Amell, the star of The CW’s Arrow, finally got his tag-team match against The Prince of Dark Matter, Stardust.

Amell and Neville won the match, which included some surprisingly competent moves from Amell, like his top-rope body block out of the ring on Stardust and King Barrett.

Many wondered if this match would be the end of the crossover feud, but it seems that the fight isn’t over. It wasn’t long before the Twitter war between Amell and Stardust started up again, and now it seems Stardust wants to prove he can take Amell down in a one-on-one match. It also seems Stephen is more than happy to oblige.

So, as of now it looks like these two are willing to take this rivalry to another Pay-Per-View, and finish it face-to-face. The next Pay-Per-View in this year’s lineup is Night of Champions, but my hope is the rivalry will simmer until October and Amell will get to face Stardust for a main card match at Hell In A Cell.¬†Yes, I want them to end this feud in a 20-foot cell. Sadly, with WWE’s PG swing these days, and Amell’s amateur status, that may only be a dream.

What do you think? Is Amell’s continued participation enough to have you returning to the WWE for more, or is it getting old already? Let us know in the comments below!

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