WWE Super ShowDown 2019: 3 match results that can shock the world
WWE Super ShowDown is just 4 nights away as the fans gear up to witness the first Saudi Arabian pay-per-view of the year 2019. The go-home episodes of RAW and SmackDown Live are expected to hype up the WWE Universe for the upcoming pay-per-view, especially with the big names like The Undertaker and Goldberg set to appear on the shows.
WWE has tried its best to prepare a credible match card for the event and the company has announced the following matches:
- 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 (c) vs Andrade - WWE Intercontinental Championship
- Seth Rollins (c) vs Baron Corbin - WWE Universal Championship
- Lucha House Party vs Lars Sullivan - 3-on-1 handicap match
A majority of these matches are too easy to predict. However, WWE can stun the WWE Universe by taking the unpredictable route at WWE Super ShowDown. Here are the 3 match results which can shock the world at WWE Super ShowDown.
#3 Dolph Ziggler wins the WWE Championship
The Showoff Dolph Ziggler made a shocking return to SmackDown Live in the build-up to WWE Super ShowDown. The former Intercontinental Champion has involved himself in a feud with the WWE Champion Kofi Kingston, and he is all set to challenge the champion in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
A lot of people back Kofi Kingston to retain the title because he has held the title for a mere 2 months. The New Day member has proven himself as a worthy champion by defending the title week in and week out.
However, WWE can spring a surprise by having Ziggler win the coveted title at Super ShowDown. The key reason behind the title switch could be that the main event pictures of both shows have the same type of storyline.
The WWE Champion and the WWE Universal Champion both are faces, and if a heel captures the coveted title of SmackDown, it will give the fans a bit of variety in the top tier feuds.