Thursday, February 29, 2024
WWE Super ShowDown 2019

WWE Super ShowDown 2019

Date:
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Location:
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Highlights:

  • Goldberg was injured in the main event after hitting his head on the turnbuckle post. Afterwards, he collapsed at ringside while getting medical attention.
  • Mansoor got the biggest win of his life by being victorious in the biggest battle royal ever.
  • Shane McMahon continued his PPV winning streak with a win over Roman Reigns.
  • Brock Lesnar failed to cash in Money in the Bank, as Seth Rollins struck him repeatedly with a steel chair.
  • Superstars who refused/were not allowed to go: John Cena, Daniel Bryan, Sami Zayn, Kevin Owens, Aleister Black and all female superstars.

Event Card

SINGLES MATCH:

The Undertaker defeated Goldberg

51-MAN BATTLE ROYAL:

Mansoor won by last eliminating Elias

WWE CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH:

Kofi Kingston (c) defeated Dolph Ziggler

SINGLES MATCH

Braun Strowman defeated Bobby Lashley

SINGLES MATCH:

Randy Orton defeated Triple H

HANDICAP MATCH:

Lars Sullivan defeated The Lucha House Party by disqualification

SINGLES MATCH:

Shane McMahon (w/ Drew McIntyre) defeated Roman Reigns

INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH:

Finn Balor (c) defeated Andrade

UNIVERSAL CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH:

Seth Rollins (c) defeated Baron Corbin

TAG TEAM MATCH:

The Usos defeated The Revival


It took place on June 7, 2019, at the King Abdullah Sports City’s King Abdullah International Stadium in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. It was the second WWE event promoted under the Super ShowDown chronology and the third event under WWE’s 10-year partnership supporting Saudi Vision 2030.

Ten matches were contested at the event including one on the pre-show. In the main event, The Undertaker defeated Goldberg in what was their first match against each other. Other prominent matches saw Seth Rollins defeat Baron Corbin to retain the Universal Championship, Shane McMahon defeated Roman Reigns, and Kofi Kingston defeated Dolph Ziggler to retain the WWE Championship.

The event was also notable for having WWE’s largest standard battle royal with a total of 51 participants, though originally scheduled for 50. It was won by Mansoor, a WWE rookie from Saudi Arabia who signed with the company following 2018’s Greatest Royal Rumble event and has appeared on NXT and NXT UK.