3 Theories why Goldberg lost to The Undertaker at Super ShowDown
The fans were impatiently waiting for WWE Super ShowDown and it delivered an impressive show. With a huge setup and a sold out King Abdullah Stadium, the show looked like WrestleMania. SuperShowDown certainly lived up to the expectations.
A total of ten matches took place at Super ShowDown. All the champions defended their titles successfully. Brock Lesnar attempted to cash in the Money in the Bank contract but Seth Rollins prevented it after defeating Baron Corbin. The biggest surprise of the event was when Roman Reigns lost to Shane McMahon with the help of Drew McIntyre. Shane proved that he is truly Best in the World by conquering the Big Dog.
The mega clash between Undertaker and Goldberg was the most anticipated match of the show. The match closed the show at Super ShowDown. It was longer than usual Goldberg matches as he was facing an opponent like Undertaker. Though the mach was entertaining, we saw many botches during the match. The Deadman stood tall when he pinned the former Universal Champion.
Here we discuss three theories why Goldberg lost to Undertaker at Super ShowDown.
#3 Undertaker's popularity in Saudi Arabia
There is no denying that The Undertaker is one of the most recognized Superstars of Vince McMahon's company. The Phenom has huge mainstream popularity and he is well known to the casual fans. On the other hand, Goldberg is a titanic name but he can't match the global popularity of the Undertaker.
It is not the first time the seven-time World Champion featured in a Saudi Arabia show. The company held two shows in Saudi Arabia last year and the Phenom featured in both shows. The Undertaker faced Rusev at Greatest Royal Rumble, while he teamed up with Kane to take on DX at Crown Jewel.
Considering the WWE Universe in Saudi Arabia loves to see the Deadman, a victory was certain for him to please the fans. Judging by the appearances of the Phenom in all three shows of Saudi Arabia, he is expected to participate in future.