WWE Women Superstars Competing First-Time In Saudi Arabia At Super Showdown?
WWE may be looking forward to making history at WWE Super ShowDown that takes place on tomorrow night. There’s a certain backlash of the fans over the pay-per-view show taking place in Saudi Arabia. Plus, the heat has been bigger over the fact that the Saudi General Sports Authority does not allow female superstars on these shows. This may come as a complete disrespect to the women superstars even we are living in the twenty-first century.
Well, the company may be looking forward to breaking down barriers as Super ShowDown approaches. Currently, speculations are all over the internet suggesting that two female competitors may find themselves in a match on this Friday night. WWE is flying three female talents alongside the male roster eyeing the first-ever match featuring female competitors.
— Nattie (@NatbyNature) June 5, 2019
Renee Young is one of the three names who is heading to Super ShowDown for commentary purposes. Natalya is giving her company to the long flight as suggested on her Twitter handle. Plus, Fightful’s Sean Ross Sapp has reported that Alexa Bliss is the third female superstar who is also flying to Saudi Arabia. This means that there might be backstage planning going on about a women’s division match.
WrestleVotes has reported that the original plan was to host a match between Nia Jax and Natalya at Super ShowDown. But Jax is not present due to injury and Alexa Bliss may be replacing her former best buddy in a match against the Queen of Harts. It is currently a wild rumor based on the internet. WWE has not made any confirmation regarding this match at Super ShowDown, till now.
Hearing news of female talent on the flight to Saudi as reported by @SeanRossSapp.
I can add that the idea months ago was for a women’s match to happen at this show. Prior to her injury, the plan was Nia Jax vs Natalya. We’ll see if any matchup happens on Friday.
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) June 5, 2019
Previously, Alexa Bliss expressed her gratitude over getting a match in Saudi Arabia in an interview with Sky Sports. She might be getting her wish come true at Super ShowDown. Check out her comments,
“I would love to [have a match in Saudi Arabia]. I was very nervous at first with the match in Abu Dhabi because I didn’t know how we were going to be received but it was actually incredible.
The crowd was all for our women being there and having that title match. I had an amazing time and I would love to be able to have a match in Saudi Arabia if given the opportunity.”
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