WWE will return to Saudi Arabia in the second week of June to conduct their first of two annual pay-per-views in the country, WWE Super ShowDown. The company is known to bring back the legends for these shows and the same trend has continued this time around as well. The current match card for the event looks like this:
- The Undertaker vs Goldberg - First Time Ever
- Triple H vs Randy Orton
- Kofi Kingston (c) vs Dolph Ziggler - WWE Championship
- 50-man battle royal
- Braun Strowman vs Bobby Lashley
- The Demon King Finn Balor vs Andrade - WWE Intercontinental Championship
Just like all other Saudi Arabia shows, the match card for this event looks star-studded, as all the legends will try their best to entertain the fans in Saudi Arabia.
Apart from the match between the Undertaker and Goldberg, the one clash which has grabbed everyone's attention is the bout between Randy Orton and Triple H. The former Evolution members will lock horns once again on 7 June.
The WWE Universe is finding it difficult to choose a winner, and here are the 2 reasons why Triple H should beat Randy Orton and 2 why he should not.
#1 Should defeat - To continue his winning streak on PPVs
Triple H has always been looked at as someone who puts young talent over, however, in the last 12 months, he has not faced a single young superstar. He had feuded with the Brothers of Destruction in November while at WrestleMania 35, he retired Batista.
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HHH has built a rare winning streak on pay-per-views and WWE should not end it at 3. They can have Triple H defeat Randy Orton at Super ShowDown and take this winning streak to 4. WWE can use this streak to put over an upcoming superstar at WrestleMania 36. The streak will add more value to that storyline and will help both Triple H and his opponent.