WWE is heading to Australia at this year’s fall once again. This time around it will not be for any of the live event purposes.
Rather they will make history this time around. It is going to be perhaps the most significant event in the history of sports entertainment in the form of WWE Super Show-Down.
WWE is arranging another international event just two months after they hosted the Greatest Royal Rumble. This time the partnership has built with the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Australia. This stadium has the capacity of hosting 100K fans within it. So if the company manages to fill up the entire arena, then it is going to be the largest event under their banner.
The previous record still stands with the Wrestlemania 32 show hosted in Dallas, Texas in 2016. It is no wonder that WWE will try to beat the last record by all the means going into Australia. Hence they will bring all the prime names from the Raw and Smackdown brand. Plus the part-timers of the brand will also appear.
Vince McMahon had already announced one of the main events of Super Show-Down. Triple H will battle The Undertaker for the ‘FINAL’ time as per his words. Previously these two delivered the ‘End of an Era’ match at Wrestlemania 28. Confirmation of this match has already generated huge expectation from the show in Australia.
This show will be available on both pay-per-view and WWE Network subscription basis. Apart from the mentioned two superstars, WWE is now advertising multiple superstars to be involved in matches.
The list includes John Cena, Ronda Rousey, Shane McMahon, Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns, Shawn Michaels, Randy Orton, Nia Jax, AJ Styles, Charlotte Flair, Daniel Bryan, The Miz, Sasha Banks, Alexa Bliss, Big Show, Bray Wyatt, Australian tag team Billie Kay & Peyton Royce of The IIconics, and many more.
WWE hosted the Global Warning Tour back in the year 2002 in Australia with The Rock, Brock Lesnar, Triple H, Stone Cold and more. The Dockland Stadium was the host of the show with 56,734 people in attendance.
The upcoming show is going to be much bigger no doubt. Pre-sale tickets will be available for the show on Friday, June 22, at noon Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST), and is open until Tuesday, June 26 at 10.p.m. AEST. You can visit ticketek.com.au to book tickets or get details on it by visiting tegdainty.com.