5 reasons why the Greatest Royal Rumble will be better than WrestleMania 34
The WWE Universe is set to witness a colossal event that may even put WrestleMania to shame.
WrestleMania 34, the annual flagship show of WWE, was a massive event with more than 70,000 people attending from 60+ countries. The event was full of amazing matches with a few Superstars like Ronda Rousey and Seth Rollins putting on astounding performances. However, some matches could not live up to the mark, and thus the show received mixed reviews from both fans and critics.
WWE has partnered with Saudi Arabia and has organized The Greatest Royal Rumble event in Jeddah on April 27th. With a stacked match card, unexpected stipulations, and some huge names rumoured to return this Friday, the event might even surpass the reputation and value created by this year's WrestleMania.
Here are five reasons why The Greatest Royal Rumble might turn out to be better than WrestleMania 34.
#5 The casket match returns
The Undertaker and Casket Matches go hand in hand. Taker has, unsurprisingly, participated in a lot of matches where he successfully locked his opponents up in caskets.
The Undertaker appeared at WrestleMania and beat John Cena in less than five minutes, which was not well received by the WWE Universe. After having successful hip surgery, Taker is fully fit and ready to go for another run in WWE, however small it may be.
WWE bringing the Casket Match back at the Greatest Royal Rumble Event is best for business, as it will be a huge crowd attraction and a great addition to Taker's already dangerous persona. The Deadman has not been a part of such a match since 2008, and fans would love to see him wreak havoc on Rusev.