October is a busy month for the WWE, and it begins in Australia with the Super Show-Down Live from the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Sydney this Saturday, Oct. 6.
The Super Show-Down will feature title matches, returning WWE Superstars and a whole lot more. There are currently 10 confirmed matches with four title bouts that can shape the path of Monday Night RAW and SmackDown Live heading into Evolution, Crown Jewel and Survivor Series.
Here is every match confirmed so far for WWE Super Show-Down. Note: This list is subject to change
CEDRIC ALEXANDER (c) VS BUDDY MURPHY - CRUISERWEIGHT TITLE MATCH
The Cruiserweight title is on the line as Cedric Alexander takes his six-month reign into battle against the hometown hero, Buddy Murphy.
These two had a feud over the summer that ended with Alexander retaining his title, but will Murphy come out on top with the home field advantage?
THE NEW DAY (c) VS THE BAR - SMACKDOWN TAG TEAM TITLE MATCH
After The New Day dispatched Rusev Day at Hell in a Cell, The Bar were next in line to try to take the SmackDown Tag Team championships.
This is the first title opportunity on SmackDown Live for The Bar, and they hope to put the hurting on The New Day.
NAOMI & ASUKA VS THE IICONICS
More hometown wrestlers get the spotlight at Super Show-Down as The IIconics take on Naomi and Asuka in tag-team action.
Over the last few weeks, The IIconics took turns defeating Naomi, leading to Asuka coming in for the save and making a new friend in the process. Can the combined might of Peyton Royce and Billie Kaye take out a former champ and Asuka?
BOBBY LASHLEY & JOHN CENA VS KEVIN OWENS & ELIAS
John Cena is set to return to the WWE at Super Show-Down, teaming with Bobby Lashley against Kevin Owens and Elias.
KO and Elias have tussled with Lashley and his manager Lio Rush over the last few weeks, but everyone will be waiting to see how Cena performs after being away from a WWE ring for so long.
DANIEL BRYAN VS THE MIZ - WWE #1 CONTENDERS MATCH
The match between Daniel Bryan and The Miz may have the biggest implications for SmackDown Live moving forward.
These rivals have been at odds for years, and now it’s time for the two to fight for a chance at the WWE Championship. The Miz has come out on top in recent weeks using “heelish” tactics, but can Bryan overcome the A-Lister and his growing desire to cut corners to win?
AJ STYLES (c) VS SAMOA JOE - WWE CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH/NO DQ
Samoa Joe took his feud with WWE Champion AJ Styles to the next level, threatening the champ’s family by visiting them while The Phenomenal One was on SmackDown.
After a controversial finish at Hell in a Cell, SmackDown general manager Paige has made the title match between Styles and Joe a No DQ and No Countout contest, so there has to be a winner in Australia.
CHARLOTTE VS BECKY LYNCH (c) - SMACKDOWN WOMENS TITLE MATCH
Becky Lynch captured the SmackDown Women’s Title from her former best friend Charlotte at Hell in a Cell, but the Irish Lass-kicker continues to have a mean streak as she lauds her victory over the rest of the women in the SmackDown locker room.
Can Charlotte humble Becky and re-capture the title, or will Lynch continue to dominate the competition?
RONDA ROUSEY & THE BELLA TWINS VS THE RIOTT SQUAD
The Riott Squad has made Ronda Rousey and The Bella Twins’ lives a living hell on Monday Night RAW, but the six women will all face off in a tag match in Australia.
As the RAW Women’s Champion, Ronda looks to put The Riott Squad in their place after they attacked her friend Natalya.
THE SHIELD VS THE DOGS OF WAR
The war between The Shield and The Dogs of War rages on, as the six top stars on RAW square off.
The story here is whether Dean Ambrose will betray his Shield brethren after the Dogs of War brought up some great points about his time injured last week. While Ambrose continues to say he’ll go into battle with the Shield no matter what, but will that end here?
THE UNDERTAKER VS TRIPLE H
The Undertaker and Triple H have had some memorable battles in the past, but their meeting at Super Show-Down will be their final encounter.
Shawn Michaels will be in Triple H’s corner while Kane will back his brother, making this match a blast from the past. Will Taker and Trips end their storied feud on a high note?
WWE Super Show-Down will stream live on the WWE Network Saturday, Oct. 6 at 5 a.m. EDT.