The Undertaker has arrived and set his sights on AJ Styles.
Kicking off WWE Super ShowDown, The Undertaker stared into AJ Styles’ eyes in the final leg of the Tuwaiq Trophy Gauntlet Match, replacing Rey Mysterio, and beat Styles to win the trophy. It was The Undertaker's first match in WWE since July 2019.
The gauntlet match opened up with Bobby Lashley vs. R-Truth and after a back-and-forth match, Truth pulled off the victory. Lashley, however, was not happy with the result and took his frustrations out on Truth, hitting a spear and launching a post-match attack. Andrade then appeared and Truth was able to pick up the win after the two clashed heads and Truth fell down on top of Andrade to pick up the win.
Erick Rowan followed and got himself disqualified for hitting Truth with the steel steps, giving Truth a third straight win. Truth’s run in the match ended when Styles arrived and submitted Truth.
Initially, Mysterio was going to be the final man to face Styles, but Mysterio was attacked by Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows and unable to compete. Just as Styles was about to be declared the victor, The Undertaker attacked Anderson and Gallows and made his way to the ring to confront Styles. A quick chokeslam and a pin sealed the victory for The Undertaker.
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