WWE Super ShowDown 2019 Results And Review

Posted 2019/06/08320

 

WWE’s superstars headed to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia for the third pay-per-view from The Middle East and even though the superstars were battling the unforgiving heat they were still able to put on a fantastic show which has now planted a number of seeds leading into Stomping Ground in just two weeks time.

Kick off show: The Usos vs The Revival

The Usos and also the Revival have experienced issues in the last couple of days ever since they were pulled in to the feud between Geebet McMahon and Roman Reigns. Tonight included in the Start show, The Usos could exact some revenge for his or her cousin once they pinned The Revival with what would be a solid opening match for that show. Dash Wilder tripped within the ropes at some point while he am excited to go into the ring, however it was still being the typical tag team bout that’s become expected from all of these two teams

Winner: The Usos

Rating: 3/5

Universal Championship: Seth Rollins (c) vs Baron Corbin

Seth Rollins‘ Universal Championship match at WrestleMania began the show and when again the organization permitted The Architect to mind to the ring first to protect against Baron Corbin. The Lone Wolf walked up his game within the match and appeared as if he’d it won numerous occasions over Rollins who had been sporting hurt ribs following a attack as a result of Brock Lesnar just days ago.

 

Within the finish, it had been the referee who had been Corbin’s undoing since he spent a lot of time quarrelling using the official and Rollins scored a roll-up victory.

Winner: Seth Rollins

Rating: 4/5

After the match, Baron Corbin hit End of Days and left Brock Lesnar to cash in his Money in the Bank contract, but Paul Heyman tripped over, distracted Brock Lesnar and allowed Rollins to recover, low-blow The Beast and then beat him down with a steel chair to prevent the cash in.

Intercontinental Championship: Finn Balor (c) vs Andrade

The Demon made his method to The Center East to protect his Intercontinental Championship against Andrade with what was among the best matches from the night. Andrade and Finn Balor didn’t miss one step because they both demonstrated why they’re presently being pressed so difficult on SmackDown Live. Sadly, without Zelina Vega in the corner it seems that Andrade is not able to create out his killer instinct and at this juncture, it had been The Demon who left together with his Championship still round his waist.

Winner: Finn Balor

Rating 5/5

Shane McMahon vs Roman Reigns

It had been common understanding prior to the match that Geebet McMahon wasn’t likely to be going to the ring alone, therefore it came as no real surprise when Came McIntyre headed out to stay in his corner. While Reigns is clearly the greater wrestler, getting McIntyre at ringside compensated dividends for Geebet McMahon since he could draw attention away from the referee while McIntyre hit Reigns having a Claymore Kick to close the victory. Reigns and McIntyre will do fight at Stomping Grounds in under two days.

Winner: Shane McMahon

Rating: 2/5

 

Lucha House Party vs Lars Sullivan

Lars Sullivan made his in-ring debut included in a 3-on-one handicap match and regardless of the figures being from his favor, he was still being regarded as the favourite with this match. The Lucha House Party tagged interior and exterior the match for some time, before they recognized that the only method to defeat Sullivan ended up being to gang on him, which caused the disqualification.

Winner via disqualification: Lars Sullivan

Rating: 1.5/5

After the match, The Lucha House Party managed to beat Sullivan down and exited the ring, but he was quickly back up on his feet and brutally attacked all three men on the entrance ramp.

Triple H vs Randy Orton

It had been the match which had hardly any develop but introduced together lots of history for men also it demonstrated throughout. Randy Orton stored his mind through the match and could overcome numerous Triple H‘s shots including kicking from a pedigree before he guaranteed the win and condemned The Sport to his second singles reduction in Saudi Arabia. This match comes fifteen years after their initial meeting and both men demonstrated tonight that they are still in a position to match the very best in the industry.

Winner: Randy Orton

Rating: 5/5

Braun Strowman vs Bobby Lashley

Because of the heat in Saudi Arabia hitting greater than 100 levels, this match clearly switched right into a sweaty mess, but interestingly it had been Bobby Lashley who looked as if she got the greater of Braun Strowman within the opening exchanges. This wasn’t billed to become match from the night, but Strowman could gain some revenge striking Lashley having a running powerslam for that victory, which implies that he or she is in Vince McMahon’s graces once more.

Winner: Braun Strowman

Rating: 2/5

WWE Championship: Kofi Kingston (c) vs Dolph Ziggler

Kofi Kingston defended his WWE Championship against Dolph Ziggler inside a match where he was searching over his shoulder for Brock Lesnar throughout but was still being able to keep his focus enough to complement The Showoff move for move. Interestingly, the conclusion saw Xavier Forest help Kingston to victory, that is a heel move so maybe it’s a hint for items to come.

Winner: Kofi Kingston

Rating: 3/5

After the match, Ziggler challenged Kingston to a steel cage match, which he obviously accepted since it’s been made official for Stomping Grounds on June 23rd.

50-Man Battle Royal

WWE presented the biggest ever Battle Royal  within their history as 50 men battled it to win the historic match which incorporated numerous fresh faces and returnees. Crime Cara, Akam, Rezar, as well as Matt Sturdy all came back towards the ring included in the 50-man Fight Royal but were sadly all early eliminations. Within the finish, it came lower to Elias and Saudi Arabia’s own Mansoor who could sunset switch The Drifter from the ring to assert victory and awaken the watching crowd the very first time within the show.

Winner: Mansoor

Rating: 2/5

The Undertaker vs Goldberg

At WWE Super ShowDown in Saudi Arabia, wrestling legends The Undertaker and Goldberg faced off the very first time, using the Deadman being released on the top. Although it certainly would’ve been more suitable if both of these titans choose to go mind to mind closer to the best of the particular careers, they never really entered pathways much until recently. Throughout the Monday Night War, Undertaker was among the top players on WWE Raw, while Goldberg was among the greatest stars of WCW Nitro.

Then, when Goldberg found WWE after WCW folded, he only remained around for any year, a lot of which Taker spent off TV because he transitioned from his biker persona to his usual quasi-zombie character. When Goldberg returned for his brief second WWE stint at the end of 2016 and early 2017, Undertaker had transitioned into as being a special attraction that just wrestles a couple of occasions annually, while Goldberg was embroiled inside a feud with Brock Lesnar. For reasons uknown, it had been never intended to be, a minimum of not before the match was signed without warning for Super ShowDown, one assumes in the behest from the Saudi government..

Winner: The Undertaker

Rating: 2.5/5