4 Biggest Mistakes WWE Must Not Make at Super ShowDown 2019
WWE returns to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, where they will host their next pay-per-view event — Super ShowDown. The show will take place live on Friday, 7 June in Jeddah, KSA. Several matches have been confirmed so far, and the event will feature some of the biggest names in WWE.
For the first time ever — two icons in the form of Goldberg and The Undertaker will go one-on-one. The Viper Randy Orton will take on his old rival Triple H while The Beastslayer Seth Rollins will defend the Universal Championship against the most despised man on Raw, Baron Corbin.
Other matches on the card include Kofi Kingston vs Dolph Ziggler, Roman Reigns vs Shane McMahon, Bobby Lashley vs Braun Strowman and Finn Balor vs Andrade for the Intercontinental Championship. 50 Superstars will compete in what is advertised to be the largest battle royal in WWE history.
Mr. Money in the Bank Brock Lesnar is still a threat to Seth Rollins and Kofi Kingston, as The Beast could cash in on either champion at the show. What's astonishing is the fact that Lesnar has walked out of Saudi Arabia twice with the Universal title, so will this be his third time?
While great things are expected to take place, with a dream match already confirmed for the show, WWE is, however, known for their odd booking decisions that leave fans disappointed. In order to avoid that, here are four mistakes that WWE must not make at WWE Super ShowDown.
#4 Randy Orton losing to Triple H
An old rivalry will be rekindled as two former WWE World Heavyweight Champions will collide once again, perhaps for the last time ever. There's nothing we can say about these two men that you don't already know. Two of the best in this industry. The two squared off at WrestleMania XXV for the WWE Championship in what was a great rivalry, and Orton's sadistic character made it even better.
Triple H has been on a winning streak lately, defeating legends like The Undertaker, Kane and Batista. The Game doesn't need to win this match, as he is no longer a regular competitor, unlike Orton.
The Viper recently lost to AJ Styles at WrestleMania 35 and failed to capture the Money in the Bank contract at Money in the Bank. Triple H came out victorious at WrestleMania XXV, and this time, Randy Orton should get the W. The Viper isn't hanging up his boots anytime soon, so a loss to HHH won't benefit him in any way.