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For as much as WWE’s first foray into Saudi Arabia failed to deliver with the Greatest Royal Rumble this past April, WWE Super Show-Down in Australia on Saturday morning came through in spades.
Nearly every match on the program played into current and future storylines, there were a mix of surprises throughout the show, and even the main event — despite featuring four men whose combined age is about 200 — delivered a nice mix of nostalgia and shock considering the way the ending was booked.
The 10-match card also featured a big title change, a new No. 1 contender for the WWE championship and one of WWE’s best matches of the year when AJ Styles defended that very title against Samoa Joe.
Plus, Ronda Rousey, the Bella Twins, John Cena and more were in action on Saturday morning.
CBS Sports was with you the entire way Saturday morning updating this story with the latest results, analysis, grades and highlights from the show. Check them out below.
WWE Super Showdown recap, grades
SmackDown Tag Team Championship — The New Day (c) def. The Bar via pinfall to retain the titles: A hot way to open the show with the fan-favorites coming through to keep the straps.
Though it was not a long match and there was never a moment in which one thought The Bar may actually win the titles, it was filled with action throughout.
Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston teamed up for a back-stabber, double foot stomp from the top rope to earn the 1-2-3. Grade: B-
SmackDown Women’s Championship — Charlotte Flair def. Becky Lynch (c) via disqualification: The crowd was firmly in Lynch’s camp throughout this match, and she certainly started off as the aggressor.
Flair got out of an early Dis-Arm-Her attempt and eventually hit a pair of spears on Lynch, neither of which resulted in a fall. Late in the match, Lynch utilized a typical heel tactic and decided to leave the ring, grab her title and walk to the back.
However, Flair stopped her and dragged Lynch back into the ring with the title hanging on the apron.
Moments later as Flair locked Lynch in the Figure Eight, the champion grabbed her title and whipped it onto Flair for the DQ.
Flair attempted to attack Lynch after the match as retribution, but Lynch turned the tables and hit Flair with the Beck-sploder suplex and walked away standing tall. Grade: B
John Cena & Bobby Lashley def. Elias & Kevin Owens via pinfall: You know exactly how this played out. Elias and Owens opened on the microphone in the middle of the ring before Lashley and then a slimmed-down Cena came out.
After a short barrage of offense from the heels, Lashley and Cena took over with Cena eventually hitting his Attitude Adjustment and new “sixth move of doom” finisher — a backfist to the head — for the 1-2-3 on Elias. Grade: D