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Not to be confused with the nearly identically named Australian show, Super Show-Down.

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Undertaker vs. Goldberg and more confirmed for WWE’s next Saudi show, ‘Super ShowDown’

Not to be confused with the nearly identically named Australian show, Super Show-Down.

WWE’s next show in Saudi Arabia, named Super ShowDown (not to be confused with the nearly identically named Super Show-Down that took place in Melbourne, Australia last October), will feature Goldberg’s return to WWE as he takes on The Undertaker.

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According to WWE, the show will also feature Triple H vs. Randy Orton, where they will “create another chapter of their storied rivalry,” and a 50 man battle royal (not a Royal Rumble, lest it be confused with the 50 man Greatest Royal Rumble that took place last year).

WWE has come under fire from everyone from its audience and wrestling media (including this very website) to HBO’s Last Week Tonight with John Oliver for doing business with a corrupt government who murdered a journalist and US resident last year.

This will be the third show in the purported ten year deal between WWE and the regime.


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