WWE Super ShowDown 2019: 3 Things WWE secretly told us through Roman Reigns' loss at Saudi Arabia against Shane McMahon
WWE Super ShowDown came live to us from Jeddah in Saudi Arabia, and the event itself was pretty great, but it was filled with botches. The most anticipated match between Goldberg and the Undertaker failed to deliver. From the looks of it, this might the last match for Goldberg as he seriously looked out of shape. He literally dropped the Undertaker while trying to give him the Jackhammer.
Nevertheless, there were some unpredictable instances that happened like Brock Lesnar's unsuccessful cash on Seth Rollins after his Universal Championship match against Baron Corbin. Also, Randy Orton got the better of Triple H, while the Demon, Finn Balor retained his Intercontinental title against Andrade in what was one of the best matches on the show.
Another result that was pretty unpredictable was Roman Reigns' loss against Shane McMahon. How can Vince McMahon' golden boy lose to his 49-year-old son, who is literally at the end of his wrestling career? Though he got some assistance from Drew McIntyre, still the result was not what I expected. So, in this slideshow, we take a look at the three things WWE secretly told us through the Big Dog' loss at Saudi Arabia:
#3 Drew McIntyre and Roman Reigns are going to be involved in a long feud
When Roman defeated the Scottish Psychopath clean and clear at WrestleMania 35, I thought this feud was dead for good, but Vince wants two of his biggest draws pitted against each other for some more time.
Drew again poked his nose in another match of Roman and that means both of them are definitely in for a proper heel vs face battle. They have a match already set for WWE Stomping Grounds, and this current setup just has that same Authority vs Roman Reigns kind of feel to it.
Expect some more unpredicted interferences in Roman's match against Drew at Stomping Grounds and the continuation of this feud.