WWE Survivor Series: Three champion vs. champion matches advertised

Eloise Marshall
November 4, 2018

This is getting interesting.

Universal Champion, a relaxed contract on big money and an impending return for a huge UFC fight - it must feel really good to be Lesnar right now.

The World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) was back in Saudi Arabia for the WWECrown Jewel event and Brock Lesnar turned out to be the big victor on the night as he defeated Braun Strowman to claim the WWEUniversal Championship once again.

Today's match at Crown Jewel was Shawn's first since Taker retired him at WrestleMania 26 back in 2010.

Nearly four hours of action kicked off with Rusev taking on defending U.S. champion Shinsuke Nakamura, with the latter retaining his title. The last time Brock got a run with the belt, he had it for over year.

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Above is video of WWE Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels talking to the camera after he came out of retirement today at WWE Crown Jewel to team with Triple H for a win over Kane and The Undertaker.

There is a possibility that the biggest title holder in pro wrestling takes on the UFC heavyweight champion in his return to the UFC in 2019.

Hulk Hogan is running wild on Saudi Arabia whether you like it or not. WWE has not announced whether the Raw and Smackdown tag champions will face one another.

WWE then went one step further, though, by flipping the bird to fans and closing the show out with three objectively bad matches seemingly booked with the sole intent of trolling viewers.

Just think of the possibilities.

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