Sunday evening will bring a stacked card of matches for WWE "SummerSlam 2017." Fans will be looking forward to this pay-per-view to see if any major surprises come in the way of championship changes, heel turns, double-crossings or other big events. Among the matches scheduled will be all of the championships on the line with the exception of The Miz's Intercontinental Championship.

Here's a look at the latest match card, as well as how to watch WWE "SummerSlam" live on TV or streaming online.

Match card

Just this past week, Akira Tozawa captured the WWE Cruiserweight Championship from longtime champion Neville.

On Sunday, Neville gets his rematch against Tozawa to try to reclaim the belt.

In tag team action, the reformed Shield team of Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins takes on Sheamus and Cesaro for the "Raw" tag team titles. Over on the "SmackDown" side of things, it will be New Day defending their titles against The Usos.

There are several singles matches and grudge matches to look for on the card. In one singles match, Big Cass takes on Big Show with Enzo Amore locked in a shark cage hanging above the ring. In another match, Baron Corbin tries to get revenge on John Cena for costing him the "MITB" briefcase cash-in for a title shot. There's also a six-man tag team match when Jason Jordan teams with The Hardy Boyz to take on the team of The Miz, Bo Dallas, and Curtis Axel.

Both the "Raw" and "SmackDown Live" Women's Championships are on the line. Current WWE "Raw" Women's Champion Alexa Bliss defends her title against "The Boss" Sasha Banks. Also, Naomi will put the WWE "SmackDown" Women's Championship on the line against Natalya.

The main championships for "Raw" and "SmackDown Live" will each be defended.

In one match, Shinsuke Nakamura battles Jinder Mahal for the WWE World Championship. In the other, Brock Lesnar defends the WWE Universal Championship in a Fatal 4-Way. His opponents are Samoa Joe, Braun Strowman, and Roman Reigns.

Start time & viewing details

The WWE "SummerSlam 2017" pay-per-view gets started at 7 p.m. Eastern Time on Sunday night, with a "Kickoff Show" at 6 p.m.

Eastern Time. Fans can watch the pre-show live streaming for free on various social media including WWE's Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, as well as on the official WWE website or the WWE Network.

The main pay-per-view hits TV and the WWE Network live stream at 8 p.m. ET. Various cable companies may still offer customers the ability to order WWE pay-per-views. However, a WWE Network subscription is the cheaper option as WWE offers it free of charge for the first month to all new subscribers. After that, the cost is $9.99 a month with up to two PPV events per month or more. See more details at on how to order the Network and watch WWE "SummerSlam" live streaming online.