With the barbaric days of Hell In A Cell behind them, the superstars of WWE now set their sights on Melbourne, Australia for the inaugural WWE Super Show-Down. Taking place inside the Melbourne Cricket Ground, the event will be watched by an audience of over 70,000 people (or so they keep telling us) and will be streamed live on the WWE Network.
Much like The Greatest Royal Rumble in Saudi Arabia, WWE has once again turned to its most reliable veterans to add some much-needed star power to the international spectacle. The show's main event will see former rivals The Undertaker and Triple H (with Kane and Shawn Michaels in the corner of their respective partner) compete for what is being billed as the "last time ever".
Though a seemingly random choice for a match that was clearly constructed just to ensure the event is watched by WWE fans of all ages, that contest at least has nostalgia going for it. The same cannot be said for some of the other matches, which seem like they've been randomly plucked out of thin air just to feature as many superstars as possible on the card. Having said that, some of them could, at the very least, provide us with some interesting developments going forward.