WWE news: The Undertaker has arrived in Saudi Arabia for Super ShowDown despite not having a match

It doesn’t feel long ago since the Road to WrestleMania 36 started at the Royal Rumble, but we are well on the way to Tampa on April 5.

But that road runs through Saudi Arabia tomorrow as WWE returns to the Middle East for Super ShowDown.

It’s unusual for the company to put on a show like this just before Mania, and with Elimination Chamber in just 11 days time that further complicates things storyline-wise.

Nevertheless, the big stars are all going out to Riyadh for the show, with the likes of Bray Wyatt, Goldberg, Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar all competing at the show.

One man who isn’t scheduled for a match though is The Undertaker.

The Saudi’s love Taker, but The Deadman hasn’t had a match since Extreme Rules last July, where he teamed up with Reigns to defeat Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre.

There was serious rumours weeks ago that he wouldn’t be on the WrestleMania card either, but as ever plans look to have changed.

And he’s even been filmed landing in Saudi Arabia with the rest of the WWE superstars ahead of Super ShowDown tomorrow.

As you can see from the clip above, Taker joins the rest of the arriving superstars despite not being scheduled for a match at the event, and that could mean a few things.

But what it most probably means is that he’s there to set up a speculated WrestleMania match against AJ Styles.

The Phenomenal One is one of six men competing in the Tuwaiq Trophy Gauntlet match, along with Rey Mysterio, R-Truth, Andrade, Erick Rowan and Bobby Lashley, and bookmaker odds suggest he’s favourite to win it all.

And his victory celebration could be a perfect segway into setting up a huge match in Tampa with The Deadman.

Styles called himself ‘Mr. WrestleMania’ on Raw last week, and that seemed to be the biggest hint ever that he would cross paths with the demon from Death Valley in the near future.

So if Styles does win the Gauntlet match tomorrow, do not be surprised to hear the famous GONG hit your screens!

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