Kofi accepts Ziggler’s challenge, match official for Super ShowDown

The Super ShowDown pay-per-view from Saudi Arabia on June 7 has two more matches on its card.

The WWE title match has been made official after Kofi Kingston accepted Dolph Ziggler’s challenge in an interview held after Smackdown went off the air. Ziggler returned on Smackdown after a four-month absence and attacked the WWE champion.

The other match was confirmed on Monday Night Raw with Roman Reigns taking on Shane McMahon as the feud between the two continues. McMahon is now aligned with the Scottish Psychopath Drew McIntyre as well apart from Elias so it will be interesting to see if they play a part in this match.

There are seven matches so far on the card for Super ShowDown including the 50-man battle royal. Brock Lesnar will also be on the card although doing what remains to be seen. Brock and Heyman will be on Raw next week to announce which title they will be going after.

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