WWE legend The Undertaker has appeared in Saudi Arabia ahead of Thursday’s Super ShowDown Pay-Per-View event. Some of RAW and SmackDown’s biggest stars will be in action at the Mohammed Abdu Arena in Riyadh and they will be joined by some of the promotion’s biggest legends.
It seems like Undertaker will be among them as he was spotted in a video by Enjoy_Saudi showing a raft of wrestling stars arriving at the airport.
The Deadman is not scheduled to compete in the Middle Eastern nation but that doesn’t mean he won’t be making a non-wrestling appearance.
This turn of events has fuelled speculation suggesting that Taker will be returning to the ring at WrestleMania 36 on April 5 at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.
Rumours support that The Phenom will go one-on-one against AJ Styles in what would be a dream match that has all the tools to become an absolute classic.
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Styles will be in action at Super ShowDown competing in the first-ever Tuwaiq Trophy Gauntlet Match.
The two-time world champion will take on R-Truth, Rey Mysterio, Bobby Lashley, Erick Rowan and the returning US Champion Andrade.
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There’s a belief that The Phenomenal One will win the match and will then be confronted by Undertaker while he’s celebrating in the ring.
Of course nothing is certain at this moment and the ex-WWE Champion may take part in the show in a different capacity.
The former World Heavyweight Champion won’t be the only legend in action as Goldberg will also be returning to the ring.
The Hall of Famer comes back to Saudi Arabia almost four months after his disastrous loss to Undertaker at Crown Jewel where he suffered some serious injuries.
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The three-time world champion will challenge Bray Wyatt for the Universal Championship and if he wins he will likely compete at WrestleMania.
WWE Champion Brock Lesnar will also put his title on the line against the high-flying Ricochet, who defeated Lashley and RAW Tag Team Champion Seth Rollins on RAW to become the No1 Contender.
Regardless of Undertaker’s role at Super ShowDown history will still be made as SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley and Naomi will become the first ever women to compete in a title match.
Natalya and Lacey Evans were the first ever women to perform in the Arab state at Crown Jewel last Halloween in what marked another huge victory for the Women’s Revolution.
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