WWE books Roman Reigns vs Shane McMahon at Super ShowDown in Saudi Arabia


WWE has announced another match for next month's Super ShowDown event in Saudi Arabia on this week's Monday Night Raw.

Super ShowDown is slowly coming together, as six matches have now been confirmed for the show on June 7.

Goldberg will take on The Undertaker for the first time ever in a singles match, Triple H will renew his rivalry with Randy Orton, and another 50-man Battle Royal will also take place.

Bobby Lashley will also have a singles match vs Braun Strowman, and The Demon Finn Balor will defend his Intercontinental Championship vs Andrade.

WWE also revealed on this week's Raw that Roman Reigns will face Shane McMahon at the show in Saudi Arabia in a singles match.

Reigns and Shane have been feuding ever since The Big Dog moved over to SmackDown Live in the Superstar Shake-up earlier this month.


On the April 16 episode of SmackDown, after Vince McMahon introduced Elias as 'the biggest acquisition in SmackDown history', only for Reigns to interrupt and attack The Drifter and perform a superman punch on the WWE Chairman.

The following week, Shane challenged Reigns to a fight for attacking his father. The Big Dog came out but was attacked from behind by Elias, who assisted Shane in beating him up.

Reigns would go on to face Elias at Money in the Bank last weekend and, despite being attacked from behind by Elias with his guitar backstage before their match had started, the former Universal Champion was able to pick up the win quickly and convincingly.


Appearing on Raw last night via the wild card rule, Reigns was interrupted by Shane again, who was still bothered by his attack on his father. The Big Dog then challenged Shane-O-Mac to a match at Super ShowDown, which he accepted.

It will be interesting to see if WWE spices this clash up over the next week before the Saudi Arabia show. Perhaps add a stipulation as currently, it would be surprising if Reigns doesn't come out on top.

Either that or Shane will find a way to cheat to win in order to keep The Big Dog looking strong as well as for this feud to continue beyond Super ShowDown and into WWE's summer programming.

News Now - Sport News