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June 7, 2019 at 5:33 pm #99395
Super ShowDown 2019 Live Fight
WWE pay-per-view action will make its return to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in just a few short hours with the Super ShowDown event set to go down in Jeddah, the site of last year’s Greatest Royal Rumble show inside the King Abdullah Sports City Stadium. Last year’s Greatest Royal Rumble show marked WWE’s first trip to Saudi Arabia under a longterm agreement with the Saudi General Sports Authority, and the stacked Super ShowDown card we’re ready for on Friday will be the company’s third trip since the agreement went effective in 2018.
Super ShowDown will begin at 2 p.m. ET with the show expected to last anywhere from 3.5-4 hours, with the Kickoff Show scheduled to lead us in beginning one hour prior at 1 p.m. on the WWE Network. CBS Sports will be with you the entire way on Friday with live results, highlights and analysis.
2019 Super ShowDown predictions
The Usos vs. The Revival (Kickoff Show)
Jack Crosby, Adam Silverstein: Two days prior to Super ShowDown, WWE dropped this match right into our laps as the appetizer before the main show starts. Serving as the very first match overall on this card, you have to assume on a show such as this one that’ll likely be loaded with happy outcomes that Jimmy & Jey will get the nod here. Pick: The Usos win
Lars Sullivan vs. Lucha House Party
JC, AS: Given the few that actually care about Sullivan since his arrival on a consistent basis, it’s almost fitting that he’ll be making his main roster in-ring debut on a show that’s brushed to the side as meaningless in the grand scheme of things. But it’s happening, and Sullivan will pick up the dominant victory here over the three members of Lucha House Party before likely moving on to a more meaningful feud on television when the company circles back to the United States. Pick: Lars Sullivan wins
Braun Strowman vs. Bobby Lashley
AS, JC: This is a meaningless match between two superstars who are rudderless in terms of their direction. Considering how WWE protects Strowman in every match that is not for a title, it would make little sense for Lashley to come out on top here, especially after getting the better of Strowman on the go-home Raw. Pick: Braun Strowman wins
50-man Battle Royal
AS: Though my partner below is picking AJ Styles, I am not aware of him being in this match. If he is ultimately involved, that would be my choice as well. However, based on the biggest name announced for this bout — and with both Strowman and Lashley not in the mix — I have to go with The Miz coming out on top. Clearly WWE will want a face to go over here, and Miz is an internationally known name — at least in some areas. This is going to be a bleep-show of a match, but the A-Lister should come out on top. Pick: The Miz wins
JC: It’s difficult to choose a winner when you’re not really certain who will make up this gigantic field of competitors, but you can safely assume that they’ll go with a babyface winner here for a feel-good moment. Since he’s not scheduled for a singles match on the card, I’m gonna go with AJ Styles adding a Super ShowDown battle royal victory to his already impressive list of career accomplishments. He’s reportedly battling through some nagging injuries, sure, but he could be easily protected in a match such as this. Pick: AJ Styles wins