WWE Super Show-Down Results

Oct 6, 2018 - by Colin Vassallo

Here are the results from the Super Show-Down pay-per-view which took place earlier today in Melbourne, Australia.

The New Day defeated Sheamus and Cesaro to retain the Smackdown Tag Team titles; Charlotte Flair defeated Becky Lynch via disqualification so Becky retains the Smackdown Women’s title; Bobby Lashley and John Cena defeated Kevin Owens and Elias; The IIconics defeated Asuka and Naomi; AJ Styles defeated Samoa Joe to retain the WWE title; The Bella Twins and Ronda Rousey defeated The Riott Squad; Buddy Murphy defeated Cedric Alexander to win the Cruiserweight title; The Shield defeated Braun Strowman, Dolph Ziggler, and Drew McIntyre; Daniel Bryan defeated The Miz to become the #1 contender for the WWE title; Triple H defeated The Undertaker.

The main event saw both Kane and Shawn Michaels interfere multiple times in the match and after the ending came, all four men stood in the middle of the ring hugging each other and raising each other’s arms as fireworks went off in the background. But that did not last long as Taker and Kane turned on Triple H and Shawn Michaels, effectively ending the show of respect. HBK got the last chokeslam through the announce table and the show then faded to black with the Brothers of Destruction walking to the back.

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5 Responses

  1. Very poor show IMO. Only matches worth seeing were the title matches and Taker vs HHH. Everything else was crap. The tag matches were just 90% rest holds, so bloody boring with Cena’s match being the worst. I did like Bryan vs Miz because it was really short. Again, more than half of this PPV didn’t need to happen. I feel sorry for the fans in attendance that had to sit through so much crap.

  2. Kerry says:

    So…who won? No even a play by play of the match?

  3. Supermtdew says:

    Only one word to describe it. Crap. Have to agree with Kyle. Only match worth seeing was The Undertaker Vs Triple H. It tells you something about WWE’s product if the best match on the card was a match between two part time wrestlers from the 90’s era.

  4. Totally agree Supermtdew. WWE just continues relying on the old part timers instead of building newer stars to lead the way for the future. They have the talent, they just refuse to let them get over.

  5. Tim says:

    I was there. It was brutal. Best match was the Cruiserweight title. Worst match was the Bella’s six-woman tag match. The #1 contenders match was a slap in the face.

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