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New WWE Title Announced on Raw
During the Money in the Bank event, WWE announced that Mick Foley would be debuting a new championship on Monday night. Speculation has arisen that it will be a new Hardcore Championship, given Foley’s history. Foley was given the original Hardcore Championship by Vince McMahon in 1998.
— WWE (@WWE) May 20, 2019
Other guesses for what the new title could be include six-man tag championships or a WWE Network/Television title.
Reason for Quick Samoa Joe-Mysterio Match
At Money in the Bank, Rey Mysterio quickly pinned Samoa Joe to win the United States Championship. According to PWInsider, the match was hurried to the conclusion due to an injury. Samoa Joe broke his nose during the match, causing bleeding and the hasty end to the match.
— WWE (@WWE) May 19, 2019
The decision was made for the match to end early and go forward with the post-match angle of Joe attacking Mysterio. The match ending had controversy as well, as Joe’s shoulder was noticeably up on the winning pinfall.
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WWE Super ShowDown Updates
Some more names and matches have been announced for WWE Super ShowDown in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Braun Strowman will be at the event and will battle Bobby Lashley. As well, Finn Balor will use his “Demon King” persona in his Intercontinental Championship match against Andrade.
BREAKING: The #MonsterAmongMen @BraunStrowman will collide with The #AllMighty @fightbobby at #WWESSD, streaming LIVE on the award-winning @WWENetwork on Friday, June 7 at 2 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT! https://t.co/sQRFqiauVP
— WWE (@WWE) May 18, 2019
There will also be a 50 man Battle Royale. Brock Lesnar, Mr. Money in the Bank, will also make an appearance. During the Money in the Bank broadcast, WWE even called Super ShowDown “potentially bigger than Wrestlemania.” Whether or not that will be true is left to be seen.