WWE's official Australian Twitter page has revealed that John Cena vs. Kevin Owens has been added to the card for Super Show-Down in Melbourne on 6 October.
The match joins Triple H vs. The Undertaker as the only ones WWE have announced for their debut at the Melbourne Cricket Grounds thus far; the show poster has the likes of AJ Styles, Roman Reigns, Ronda Rousey and Seth Rollins on it, so expect them to be next in line for scheduled matches.
In the same tweet, the company also announced "premium floor seats" had gone on sale for the one-off WWE Network special. The MCG has a capacity of around 100,000, and it makes sense that WWE will do everything in their power to fill the place and show-off their worldwide appeal (just as they did in Saudi Arabia for the Greatest Royal Rumble).
Super Show-Down will mark the first time Cena and Owens have wrestled one-one-on since KO tapped out at Battleground in July 2015. Before that, the pair had back-to-back thrillers at Elimination Chamber and Money In The Bank the same year.
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