4 Biggest questions heading into WWE Super ShowDown
- A history-making moment, ring filled with superstars, and much more...
We are just a couple of hours away from the third WWE mega event in the land of Saudi Arabia as WWE Super ShowDown will come live to us from the King Abdullah International Stadium in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
The card for the event is set with some massive matches taking place at the show, including the first-ever one-on-one battle between The Undertaker and Goldberg. As of now, 3 championships are set to be defended at the PPV including the Universal, WWE, and Intercontinental Title.
In this article, let's take a look at the 4 Biggest Questions that we have in mind heading into WWE Super ShowDown.
#4 Will Bliss and Natalya compete at the show?
One of the biggest questions heading into Super ShowDown is whether we will get the first-ever Women's wrestling match at the show this time? This might come as a surprise to many, but there's a big chance of this happening.
In case you don't know, due to the limited rights of women in Saudi Arabia, WWE female superstars were not allowed to compete at the previous two Saudi events last year, Greatest Royal Rumble and Crown Jewel. As of now, the Super ShowDown match card also features only male superstars as well.
With Natalya and Alexa Bliss traveling to Saudi Arabia with others, the signs are indicating that these two can create history this Friday by competing at WWE Super ShowDown. With no official confirmation yet, only time will tell whether WWE is able to convince the authority to allow them to do this.
It's interesting to note that Alexa Bliss was also a part of the historical first ever women's wrestling match at Abu Dhabi a couple of years ago alongside The Boss, Sasha Banks.
#3 How will WWE manage to fit 50 men inside the ring at the same time?
This is a question that has been going on in my mind ever since the announcement of a 50-Man Battle Royal was made by WWE. When was the last time we saw 50 people at the same time inside a WWE ring? Maybe during Daniel Bryan's YES movement and RAW hijack back in 2014.
Just to clear any confusion, a Battle Royal has different rules from a Royal Rumble that we saw last year. Not everyone is present in the ring at the same time in a Royal Rumble, but they are in a Battle Royal. I'm interested to see how do they manage this.