Saturday Night’s Main Event – Ohio preview

On November 18, one of wrestling’s longest running shows, Saturday Night’s Main Event, will be stopping off at the Canton Memorial Civic Center and some of the WWE’s biggest stars will be in attendance.

It’s expected that the current Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley, and World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins will be starring alongside several other stars.

On what is expected to be an action-packed night, here are just some of the stories that you can look forward to.

The battle for the Women’s World Championship is heating up.

Rhea Ripley has turned into one of the most dominant female performers that the WWE has ever seen.

One of the founding members of the Judgement Day, Ripley, had her first taste of singles gold when winning the Women’s World Championship at WrestleMania 39.

Since that memorable evening, nobody has been able to stop her.

During her reign, she has defeated the likes of Nia Jax, Shayna Bazler, Raquel Rodriguez and Charlotte Flair, but she now faces a new threat, Zoey Stark.

With the two set to collide at Survivor Series, you can bet that Stark will be looking to make a statement and Ripley will need to have her eyes peeled when Saturday Night’s Main Event rolls into town.

Rollins continues to be a marked man.

After clinging onto his World Heavyweight Championship and escaping the clutches of Shinsuke Nakamura, life hasn’t got any easier for Seth Rollins who was able to defeat Drew McIntyre at Crown Jewel and retain his beloved World Heavyweight Championship.

It isn’t a secret that Rollins has been plagued by a troublesome back injury and there are several of his rivals now smelling blood.

McIntyre has already expressed his desire for another shot at Rollins’ title and who’s to say that the likes of Jey Uso and Cody Rhodes won’t have aspirations of winning their first World Heavyweight title.

Rollins is still the man to beat, but his days at the top of the mountain may be numbered.

What next for the American Nightmare?

Returning to the WWE, it seemed that Cody Rhodes would complete his life’s mission and win his first ever WWE World Heavyweight Championship title. Stunning the wrestling world when he won the 2023 Royal Rumble, Rhodes’ dreams of defeating Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 39 turned into a nightmare after the Tribal Chief was able to escape with his title still intact.

Since that heartbreaking defeat, Rhodes has gone onto taste success, winning the Undisputed Tag Team Titles alongside Jey Uso.

Despite winning his first titles since returning, it still isn’t enough for Rhodes who clearly has his sights set higher.

Few would bet against Rhodes achieving his dream – but one barrier standing in his way are the Judgement Day, unfortunately, local Ohio sportsbooks nor any other state allow sports wagering on the WWE.

Determined to stop Rhodes’ every efforts, could Saturday Night’s Main Event finally be the moment that Rhodes eliminates the Judgement Day once and for all?

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