WWE news: Goldberg, Roman Reigns and The Undertaker are all winners at Super ShowDown

Goldberg was victorious at Super ShowDown over Bray Wyatt

WWE's bi-annual trip to Saudi Arabia has brought more entertainment and shocks - none more-so than a change at the top of SmackDown.

That is because Goldberg is now the Universal Champion after becoming the first man to defeat 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt, and it didn't take much to do it either.

You can read more about that match HERE - but fans are not happy at all.

The other world title match saw Brock Lesnar defend his WWE Championship against Ricochet, and it wasn't very competitive at all.

It took Lesnar just 80 seconds to dispose of the high-flyer, and he made sure he will be in the WrestleMania main event against Drew McIntyre.

A long-running feud was seemingly closed as Roman Reigns defeated King Corbin once again, this time in a Steel Cage match.

They've competed in near-enough every stipulation match imaginable now, and Reigns is surely destined for bigger things on the Road to WrestleMania.

The opening bout of the evening saw the 'prestigious' Tuwaiq Trophy on the line for the first time, with six Raw stars going at it in a Gauntlet match.

R-Truth managed to pin Bobby Lashley AND Andrade, and continued into the match as Erick Rowan was disqualified after hitting Truth with steel steps.

He was no match for AJ Styles though, who disposed of Truth and then was ready to face the final competitor in Rey Mysterio.

But he was brutalised backstage by Styles' stable-mates Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson - who had defeated the Viking Raiders on the Kick Off Show.

Styles did get a final opponent though in the form of The Undertaker, who nicely set up a WrestleMania match between the two by Chokeslamming AJ into the mat for the three-count.

The Undertaker pinned AJ Styles to win the Tuwaiq Trophy

We also saw new Tag Team Champions crowned on the SmackDown side, as the newly-reformed John Morrison and The Miz defeated Kofi Kingston and Big E.

Aided by a chair shot from Morrison, Miz rolled up Kingston for the victory, giving the pair another tag title win, their first together since 2009.

The Raw brand's tag titles were also defended as Seth Rollins and Murphy defended their gold against the Street Profits.

Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins will win gold on the main roster one day, but it wouldn't be at Super ShowDown, as a Rollins stomp aided a pinfall for Murphy to retain the titles.

The women of WWE made history yet again as for the first time ever, a Women's Championship was defended in Saudi Arabia.

Naomi challenged Bayley for her SmackDown Title - she was unsuccessful but she may get another chance inside the Elimination Chamber in just over a weeks time.

There were also some matches on the card with not that much importance, such as the return of Saudi sensation Mansoor to the big stage.

He can't even get on NXT television, but he picked up a victory against Dolph Ziggler just months after knocking off Cesaro at Crown Jewel.

And in a rematch from Raw this past Monday, Angel Garza once again got the better of Humberto Carrillo, and they'll match up yet again in a few days time in a tag team match, as Andrade pairs up with Garza and Rey Mysterio teams with Humberto.


Bayley [c] def. Naomi - SmackDown Women's Championship
Roman Reigns def. King Corbin - Steel Cage match
Brock Lesnar [c] def. Ricochet - WWE Championship
Mansoor def. Dolph Ziggler
Seth Rollins & Murphy [c] def. Street Profits - Raw Tag Team Championships
Angel Garza def. Humberto Carrillo
The Miz & John Morrison def. Big E & Kofi Kingston [c] - SmackDown Tag Team Championships
The Undertaker def. AJ Styles, R-Truth, Erick Rowan, Andrade and Bobby Lashley - Tuwaiq Trophy Gauntlet match
Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson def. Viking Raiders

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