5 Things that must happen at WWE Super ShowDown 2019
WWE will return to Saudi Arabia on Friday, 7 June, where they will host their next pay-per-view event - Super ShowDown. Several matches have been confirmed for the event, and some of the biggest names in WWE will appear on the show.
The match we thought we would never see in WWE is finally going to happen. For the first time ever, former Universal Champion Goldberg will take on The Undertaker. The Viper Randy Orton will take on The Cerebral Assassin Triple H, Seth Rollins will defend his Universal Championship against the most despised man in WWE right now, Baron Corbin.
Other matches scheduled for the event are Kofi Kingston vs Dolph Ziggler for the WWE Championship, Roman Reigns vs Shane McMahon, Bobby Lashley vs Braun Strowman, Lars Sullivan vs. Lucha House Party and Finn Balor will defend his Intercontinental Championship against Andrade. Oh, and once again, 50 Superstars will compete in a battle royal match for no given reason.
A lot can happen at the PPV, especially with Brock Lesnar lurking around with the Money in the Bank contract. Here are five things that must happen at WWE Super ShowDown this year.
#5 Drew McIntyre must win the 50-Man Battle Royal
WWE had a second chance to make this man the big star that he was once promised to be, but lately, The Scottish Psychopath's booking has been questionable. McIntyre is arguably the biggest heel in WWE right now, and unlike Corbin, fans actually want to see him on the main card and for him to receive a push as Universal Champion.
When Roman Reigns returned to WWE before WrestleMania and feuded with the trio of McIntyre, Lashley, and Corbin, I didn't want him to take on Drew McIntyre at WrestleMania, because I was worried about how things would end up. Eventually, Roman Reigns vs McIntyre was confirmed for WrestleMania.
Reigns pinned McIntyre after a single Spear at the Show of Shows, and that was a very bad idea. McIntyre continued suffering constant losses after that and now, he is involved in Shane McMahon's dull feud with Roman Reigns. McIntyre should be in contention for the Universal Championship right now, but WWE once again showed that ruining a character is what they do best.
The Scottish Psychopath doesn't have a match at Super ShowDown, so it's most likely that he will enter the 50-Man Battle Royal. If he does, he better WIN. Fans have had enough of WWE ruining potential Superstars like Drew and pushing unwanted Superstars like Baron Corbin.