WWE has been pushing their product over in India for a number of months and finally, the company was able to present Superstar Spectacle from Tropicana Field in Florida.
The company obviously would have traveled to India under normal circumstances, but the current pandemic means that the show was forced to be filmed in the United States.
The show allowed the WWE Universe to be introduced to several up and coming Indian talents as well as the return of former WWE Champion Jinder Mahal.
1. Finn Balor def. Guru Raaj
The show got underway with Finn Balor up against the relatively unknown Guru Raaj. It was a match that showed that Raaj has a bright future in WWE but was a straight forward win for Finn Balor with the Coup De Grace followed by 1916.
2. Dilsher Shanky, Giant Zanjeer, Rey Mysterio & Ricochet def. Dolph Ziggler, King Corbin, Shinsuke Nakamura & Cesaro
It’s been a good few years since WWE fans have seen The Great Khali, but it was Zanjeer who stood out in the match. It was an interesting collision between the eight men that ended with Rey Mysterio delivering a 619 and a splash from Shanky’s shoulders for the win.
3. AJ Styles def. Jeet Rama
AJ Styles was accompanied by Osmos for his match against Rama, but it appears that the Indian star put up more of a fight than Styles believed he would. Rama survived The Calf Crusher before he was looking for his own path to victory when Omos became involved in the match. The distraction allowed Styles to hit The Phenomenal Forearm for the victory.
After a comedy segment with The New Day and The Street Profits which included a traditional dance from Spinning Canvas, WWE returned to the in-ring action.
4. Sareena Sandhu & Charlotte Flair def. Bayley & Natalya
Despite Sandhu not being on the level of the other three women in the match, it was the newcomer that was able to get the pin for her team. Sandhu was locked in the Sharpshooter by Natalya but Flair was able to make her way into the ring and deliver Natural Selection so that Sandu could claim the bragging rights.
5. Drew McIntyre & Indus Sher def. Jinder Mahal & The Bollywood Boyz
The show was interestingly main evented by a six-man tag match that saw the return of The Modern Day Maharaja. The former 3MB teammates collided in style but interestingly it wasn’t McIntyre who picked up the win. Instead, McIntyre hit the Claymore on Mahal before he allowed Indus-Sher hit the finish on Sunil Singh.