WWE has announced the full card for WWE Supershow in Mexico next month and it features some blockbuster matches.
During the 1980s and 1990s, Vince McMahon's main aim was for WWE to dominate the wrestling landscape in the US. Fast forward to today, and the chairman is hellbent on world domination. Not just in wrestling, but in all of entertainment. The promoter might not have quite managed that, but there's no doubt WWE is a worldwide brand right now.
WWE's SmackDown roster is currently in Australia, next week Crown Jewel will air live from Saudi Arabia, and on November 30, 2019, WWE Supershow will take place in Mexico. Considering the card currently being advertised for the show, we're surprised WWE hasn't flaunted the event more. We guess there's Crown Jewel and Survivor Series to get through first.
There are currently eight matches booked for the show, the latest addition being possibly the biggest so far. Cain Velasquez and Rey Mysterio versus Andrade and Drew McIntyre. This advertised match gives fans their first real hint of what WWE has in store for Velasquez after his match with Brock Lesnar. Chances are he won't leave Saudi Arabia as WWE Champion, but since he has signed with WWE, he'll likely be feuding with someone else on the other side of Crown Jewel.
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Since Mysterio and Andrade are long-term adversaries, we're assuming Velasquez's next port of call after The Beast will be McIntyre. Due to the sheer size of the two of them, it would certainly make for quite the match, at least in McMahon's eyes. Also, fun aside for the former UFC Heavyweight Champion, WWE Supershow will take place in the same building he made his pro wrestling debut for AAA back in August.
While we would consider all of this good news thus far in regard to Supershow, another match currently booked on the card makes for grim reading. Seth Rollins versus Bray Wyatt in a steel cage for the Universal Title. That's right, another month on from their match at Crown Jewel, it seems as if Wyatt and Rollins might still be feuding. We don't often root for the "card subject to change" adage but in this case, we most certainly will be.