WWE Super ShowDown: 5 huge mistakes that WWE made
Super ShowDown has now been and gone and despite all of the effort in the build-up to the show and how much WWE pushed to ensure that it delivered in The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, there will be some heated conversations in the creative room today.
The botches that were part of the show were an absolute minimum if the main event isn't factored in and it appears that everything went as it was supposed to despite all of the negativity surrounding the event as a whole.
Whilst there were many things that WWE got right last night including a fantastic match between Triple H and Randy Orton and the brilliant Intercontinental Championship match between Finn Balor and Andrade which saw The Demon come out on top.
#5 No women's match
Natalya and Alexa Bliss made their way over to Saudi Arabia in the hopes that the Saudi Arabian Government would allow the two women to become the first females to wrestle in their country. The decision came right down to the wire and even though Renee Young was once again able to take her place behind the commentary desk, the government decided that on this occasion it wasn't going to revoke the law that prevented the women from performing.
The WWE Universe were hoping that the fact that Young made history last year at Crown Jewel meant that the women would be able to push for a chance to involve themselves in the show, but this wasn't the case. The lack of female presence will always be a huge talking point in The Middle East, and it cast a dark shadow over last night's show.