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WWE’s Event in Saudi Arabia Will Be Called WWE Super ShowDown

WWE’s upcoming event in The Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia has received a name and it will apparently be called WWE Super ShowDown. The name was listed on the official WWE App and this is the same name that was used when WWE held an event at The Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne, Australia last October. The difference between the two names is that the event that was held in Australia had a hyphen in it as it was called WWE Super Show-Down.

The name on the link of The WWE Website as well as the page itself still appears as WWE PPV Jeddah, but the name that appears on the tab of your browser already shows WWE Super ShowDown. WWE recently trademarked the names WWE SuperShow & WWE SuperShowDown and according to @Wrestlevotes WWE Sands Of Time was also one of the names discussed for the event.

WWE will be returning to The King Abdullah Sports City Stadium in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on Friday, June 7th. This is the first time the company will be back in The Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia after the controversial Crown Jewel Event that took place last November, despite reports Of Saudi Arabia being involved in the murder of Journalist Jamal Khashoggi. WWE decided not to cancel the event, which caused a flurry of backlash from media as well as politicians.

WWE Hall Of Famer Bill Goldberg vs. Bobby Lashley, Brock Lesnar vs. WWE Universal Champion Seth Rollins & The Undertaker vs. Elias are rumored for the show. Roman Reigns, WWE Champion Kofi Kingston, Braun Strowman & AJ Styles have also been announced.

You can check out the listing on The WWE App below as first posted by Wrestling Inc.:

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