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The Undertaker and Goldberg return to the ring for a once-in-a-lifetime matchup.
Anytime WWE heads to Saudia Arabia, the company pulls out all of the stops. WWE Super ShowDown is no exception. The Undertaker takes on Goldberg in the main event, a once-in-a-lifetime match that fans from the Monday Night Wars have been dreaming of for decades. Undertaker will likely bust out a few signature moves, so try not to get chills when you hear his bell toll on Friday. The best part? It’s easy to live stream WWE Super ShowDown for free (and in glorious high definition).
If that’s not a reason to take a very long lunch break or duck out of work early Friday—the event starts at 2pm ET—there’s also Triple H vs. Randy Orton, a 50-man Battle Royal, and Seth Rollins defending his Universal Championship against Baron Corbin.
Another exciting reason to watch ShowDown is to see what Brock Lesnar’s next move will be after his Money in the Bank win last month. After telling Paul Heyman he’d wait until this Friday to cash it in, we’re all waiting to see how the Beast will use his big chance—and we think Seth Rollins is up for one hell of a throwdown.
There’s a good chance that the detestable Shane McMahon will be taken down hard in his fight with Roman Reigns, one many feel has been a long time coming. While McMahon managed to defeat The Miz by way of a maddening technicality during WrestleMania 35, we don’t see him faring so well against Reigns. It’ll be delicious to see that smug smile wiped right off McMahon’s face.
Fans of dashing Irish wrestler Finn Balor will also delight in seeing him appear in his alternate Demon persona, which also includes a lot of him sticking out his tongue in a serpentine fashion (try not to pant, ladies). He’ll go up against SmackDown Live cohort Andrade for the Intercontinental Championship. We’re cheering for Balor to win–not only because his whole Demon shtick is super rad, but because it means bigger things for his WWE career too, and he’s long deserved them.
Here’s everything you need to know to live stream Super ShowDown for free.
Super ShowDown 2019
- When: Friday, June 7 at 2pm ET
- Where: King Abdullah Sports City Stadium, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
- Streaming: WWE Network (free with a 30-day trial)
How to stream WWE Super ShowDown 2019 free
- Cost: $9.99 per month (after a 30-day free trial)
- Devices: Roku, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire Stick and Fire TV, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4 and PS3, and iOS and Android devices
WWE Network is the best way to stream WWE Super ShowDown 2019 for free. If you’re not already a convert, the news is good: Your first month is on the house, which means you can watch WWE Super ShowDown without paying a dime. After that, the service costs just $9.99 per month, but you can cancel anytime. Considering WWE Network lets you stream all 14 yearly pay-per-view events at no additional cost, that’s an incredible deal. Seriously, just think about how many times you’ve paid $60 to watch one PPV. For that same amount, you’ll get a whole year of WWE Network—and access to all past events. Between NXT, RAW, and Smackdown Live, you’ll be able to watch all your faves hit the mat on a weekly basis, and you’ll also get access to documentaries, reality programming like My Son/Daughter Is a WWE Superstar, and originals like Wrestlemania Rewind.
Other ways to watch WWE Super ShowDown free
If you have cable, you can order from Spectrum, Cox, Xfinity, Verizon FiOS TV, Cable One, Dish Network and DirecTV for $59.99-$69.99. But given all of the benefits that come with WWE Network—not to mention the chance to get started with one free month—we’d highly recommend figuring out a way to live stream using one of the devices listed above.
Super ShowDown 2019 schedule
Here’s everything you can look forward to at Super ShowDown 2019:
- The Usos vs. The Revival (Kickoff Show)
- Jack Crosby, Adam Silverstein
- Lars Sullivan vs. Lucha House Party
- Braun Strowman vs. Bobby Lashley
- 50-man Battle Royal
- Roman Reigns vs. Shane McMahon
- Triple H vs. Randy Orton
- Intercontinental Championship: Finn Balor (c) vs. Andrade
- WWE Championship: Kofi Kingston (c) vs. Dolph Ziggler
- Universal Championship: Seth Rollins (c) vs. Baron Corbin
- The Undertaker vs. Goldberg
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