2018 has turned out to be a landmark year for WWE so far and with 4 months still left on this year’s calendar, it appears WWE is going “all in” for its special Super Show-Down event in October.
WWE Super Show-Down will emanate from the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Australia and will feature Superstars and legends from the glorious past and present.
With over a month to go for the event, WWE has already announced three more king-sized matches for the show that takes place on October 6, 2018.
The initial plan for the John Cena vs. Kevin Owens match has been changed to a tag team match featuring Owens and Elias vs. Cena and Bobby Lashley.
WWE has further announced that Daniel Bryan will lock horns with The Miz and the winner of this match will get a shot at the WWE Championship in the near future. This news came as a sign of relief to most fans who were under the impression that The Miz vs. Bryan at SummerSlam was a one-off affair. The Miz stood tall over Bryan at The Biggest Party of the Summer.
However, before heading into the Super Show-Down, The Miz will team up with Maryse to take on Daniel Bryan and Brie Bella in a Mixed Tag Team Match at September’s Hell In A Cell
The biggest announcement was that The Shield will be in action at Australia’s super event. As of this writing, no opponent has been announced for The Hounds of Justice for October’s show, though there are speculations that they could take on a team of Braun Strowman and two other partners.
The top match being advertised for WWE Super Show-Down is The Undertaker going 1-on-1 with Triple H for the last time ever. The match is being slated to bring back the old school era for one night only.
With the promoter paying huge money for the show, WWE is stacking up the card with all its might. The company is expecting 80,000+ fans to attend the Super Show-Down at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, similar to the Greatest Royal Rumble event in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. However, unlike the Greatest Royal Rumble, the Super Show-Down will feature female Superstars in action.