Jon Stewart finally stepped down as host of the Daily Show after 16 years in the anchor's chair—but that doesn't mean the veteran satirist is taking retirement easy.
Nope: Stewart is set to host WWE SummerSlam on Sunday, where he'll (probably) talk smack, crack jokes, and—maybe, just guessing here—get a little sweat on one of his suits.
Broadcast live from the sold-out Barclays Center in Brooklyn, SummerSlam features a titanic clash between superstars Undertaker and Brock Lesnar in a highly-anticipated rematch of their historic WrestleMania 30 bout, when Lesnar snapped Undertaker’s unbeaten streak. SummerSlam extended to a four-hour broadcast plus a one-hour pre-show, beginning at 6 p.m. ET.
But take note: It's broadcast live on the WWE Network, so make sure you get that channel before the bodies hit the canvas.
A longtime WWE fan, Stewart has famously stoked a grudge against WWE Heavyweight Champion Seth "Mr. Money" Rollins. When Stewart taunted Rollins in an online video, Rollins gave the comedian a taste of his own satire in March by hosting a "Daily Show" segment of his own in the ring. But then Stewart stormed the set and put Rollins in his place.
"You're gonna come into my ring and make a fool out of me?" Rollins spat at the comedian.
"How could I make a fool out of a guy who looks like a SWAT team stripper with Lady Gaga's hair?" Stewart fired back.
The grudge finally got ugly that night—but will Rollins finally extract revenge? Tune in Sunday at 6 p.m. to find out.