WWE SummerSlam 2016 is less than three weeks away, and as of Monday morning, WWE had confirmed just four matches for their "biggest party of the summer." Before The Beast's match against Mark Hunt atUFC 200, Brock Lesnar vs. Randy Orton was the first match booked and announced for SummerSlam. On last week's episodes ofWWE Monday Night Raw and WWE SmackDown Live, title matches were booked for Seth Rollins vs. Finn Bálor and Dean Ambrose vs. Dolph Ziggler. Then, after Sasha Banks' victory over Charlotte on Raw, a rematch for the WWE Women's Championship was also confirmed forSummerSlam.

As more and more matches will inevitably be booked in the upcoming weeks onRaw andSmackDown, theWWE Universe will be blowing up social media with theirpredictions for this year's edition of WWE's annual August event. Below are previews and picks for the four matches already booked forWWE SummerSlam 2016.

Brock Lesnar vs. Randy Orton

The one match that will undoubtedly get more mainstream press coverage than any other will be The Beast's return to a WWE ring against the recently-returned Viper.

It will be a battle of Suplex City against the RKO Outta Nowhere. With Brock Lesnar failing his post-match drug-test after defeating Mark Hunt atUFC 200, Randy Orton was quick to call Lesnar out by saying his finisher was good enough in itself: "no enhancement needed." The question on everyone's mind is whether or not Lesnar will be punished by the WWE for his anti-estrogen violation in the world of MMA.

Luckily for the WWE, Lesnar can lose a match and still come out looking strong. With some sort of controversial finish, look for Randy Orton to get the win over Lesnar atSummerSlam.

Sasha Banks vs. Charlotte

Snoop Dogg's cousin has been theWWE Women's Champion for less than a week, and she already has her first title defense scheduled forSummerSlam.

With Charlotte invoking her obligatory title rematch clause, Banks will have her first high-profile title match since failing atWrestleMania 32. A title reign of less than a month doesn't make sense for Sasha Banks, especially just to drop it to the former champ in her first defense. Sasha Banks is the likely winner of this match.

Seth Rollins vs. Finn Bálor

Not sinceKevin Owens debuted on the main roster with a win overJohn Cena has anyone called up from NXT made such a huge impact on their first night as Finn Bálor did onRaw last week.

After it was announced thatMonday Night Raw would crown the first-everWWE Universal Champion atSummerSlam, Finn won the two required qualifying matches to face Seth Rollins on August 21. WithRaw trying to show that they are the brand of the future, look for Finn Bálor to get the upset win over Rollins atSummerSlam.

Dean Ambrose vs. Dolph Ziggler

With theWWE World Heavyweight Championship on the line, Dean Ambrose and Dolph Ziggler will be representingMonday Night Raw as one-third of the triple main event. In 2013, Ziggler was at the peak of his career when he cashed in his Money in the Bank contract the day afterWrestleMania 29 to begin a short reign as World Heavyweight Champion.

Ambrose, who won the title by cashing in his own MITB contract on Seth Rollins, will be making his second big title defense on a PPV special, having successfully retained his title in a Triple Threat Match against Rollins and Roman Reigns atBattleground last month. While this will likely be a really solid match, Ambrose is far from finished with his first title reign. After a competitive match, Dolph Zigglerwill likely dothe job for Dean Ambrose atSummerSlam.

Where to watchSummerSlam 2016

WWE SummerSlam 2016will air live via the WWE Network on Sunday, August 21. TheSummerSlam Kick-Off Show begins at 7/6c, while the main show begins at 8/7c.

Viewers who can't watch the show as it airs live from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn can stream the entire SummerSlamevent on-demand with the WWE Network.

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