WWE Super Show-Down in Australia — imagine the Greatest Royal Rumble without the propaganda videos — airs this Saturday, October 6, live on WWE Network. The show has a start-time of 6 PM, which equates to a not-at-all-inconvenient 5 AM start time on the east coast of the United States, so just watch the show whenever you want. Here’s the complete card as we know it.
WWE Super Show-Down Card:
1. LAST TIME EVER: Triple H vs. Undertaker
2. John Cena and Bobby Lashley vs. Elias and Kevin Owens
3. Number One Contender Match: Daniel Bryan vs. The Miz
4. The Shield vs. Braun Strowman, Dolph Ziggler, and Drew McIntyre
5. The Legendary Bella Twins and Ronda Rousey vs. The Riott Squad
6. No Countout, No DQ Match for the WWE Championship: AJ Styles (c) vs. Samoa Joe
7. Cruiserweight Championship Match: Cedric Alexander (c) vs. Buddy Murphy
8. The IIconics vs. Naomi and Asuka
9. Smackdown Tag Team Championship Match: The New Day (c) vs. The Bar
10. Smackdown Women’s Championship Match: Becky Lynch (c) vs. Charlotte Flair
As always, we’ve got your complete rundown of the card and analysis below, featuring predictions for all ten matches. Make sure to drop a comment and let us know who you think’s winning, and be here on Saturday morning for our open discussion thread and live results.
Smackdown Women’s Championship Match: Becky Lynch (c) vs. Charlotte Flair
What Should Happen: The custom Becky Lynch poster from Smackdown:
What Will Happen: While I’m usually pretty quick to assume WWE will do the thing that makes the least sense to me, building up Becky Lynch after all this time and pushing through an angle where she and Charlotte Flair get uncommon reactions for playing very clear heel/face roles only to take the championship off of Lynch at an Australian house show a few weeks before Evolution seems like the worst possible idea. Lynch vs. Flair is one of the hottest stories in the company featuring two of the best current performers in your women’s division, and they should (if we’re being honest) be the main event of Evolution. No amount of the Bella Twins calling Ronda Rousey a loser or whatever can change that. So I say this will either end with Becky actually doing something underhanded to retain her championship (and being cheered for it), or a non-finish to set up an Evolution match with a stipulation. I hope it’s something in the way of 2-out-of-3 falls as opposed to “last woman standing” or something.
Bill Hanstock – This might be the toughest match on the card to predict. Becky SHOULD retain, but WWE doesn’t love anything more than letting Charlotte win titles. But since this isn’t technically a PPV, I’m sticking with Becky. WAR BECKY.