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Saturday, Oct 6 | 5 AMET/2 AMPT

Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG)
Melbourne, Australia, VIC

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John Cena & Bobby Lashley def. Kevin Owens & Elias

John Cena & Bobby Lashley def. Kevin Owens & Elias

MELBOURNE, Australia — A leaner and meaner John Cena returned to action at WWE Super Show-Down to successfully team with Bobby Lashley and silence the egotistical pairing of Kevin Owens & Elias.

Sporting a chiseled physique forged in China while working with Jackie Chan’s training team for the upcoming action film “Project X,” The Cenation Leader came to the Melbourne Cricket Ground ready for a fight. However, the devious Owens and the malicious songsmith employed divide-and-conquer tactics to keep Lashley isolated in the early goings, preventing the 16-time World Champion from joining the fray and putting Lashley at a rare disadvantage. When the powerhouse finally made that critical tag, however, the complexion of the bout changed completely.

John Cena returns to the ring in Australia: WWE Super Show-Down 2018 (WWE Network Exclusive)

Bobby Lashley's timely tag allows John Cena to stop Elias & Kevin Owens with an Australian Attitude Adjustment at WWE Super Show-Down 2018. Courtesy of the award-winning WWE Network.

Hitting Elias with shoulder tackles and a Five-Knuckle Shuffle, Cena leveled The Living Truth with an Attitude Adjustment … but he wasn’t finished there. Utilizing his rarely-seen “Sixth Move of Doom,” Cena sealed the victory with a move known as the Lightning Fist.

Following the match, an emotional Cena — whose career has taken him to Hollywood and blockbuster stardom—thanked the WWE Universe in Melbourne and around the world for allowing him to entertain them at WWE Super Show-Down.

“I know my life is changing, but I never, ever forget where I came from,” Cena said. “I have no idea what the future holds, so I focus on the now. And right now, I am standing in front of 70,000 people saying the word ‘What?!,’ 70,000 people making some noise … and I mean this from the bottom of my heart, there’s not a better feeling in the world.”

Like Cena, what does the future hold for Lashley who, along with his hype man Lio Rush, has had more than a few issues with Elias and Owens in recent weeks? Don’t miss what lies ahead on Monday Night Raw, live at 8/7 C on USA Network.

MELBOURNE, Australia — A leaner and meaner John Cena returned to action at WWE Super Show-Down to successfully team with Bobby Lashley and silence the egotistical pairing of Kevin Owens & Elias.

Sporting a chiseled physique forged in China while working with Jackie Chan’s training team for the upcoming action film “Project X,” The Cenation Leader came to the Melbourne Cricket Ground ready for a fight. However, the devious Owens and the malicious songsmith employed divide-and-conquer tactics to keep Lashley isolated in the early goings, preventing the 16-time World Champion from joining the fray and putting Lashley at a rare disadvantage. When the powerhouse finally made that critical tag, however, the complexion of the bout changed completely.

John Cena returns to the ring in Australia: WWE Super Show-Down 2018 (WWE Network Exclusive)

Bobby Lashley's timely tag allows John Cena to stop Elias & Kevin Owens with an Australian Attitude Adjustment at WWE Super Show-Down 2018. Courtesy of the award-winning WWE Network.

Hitting Elias with shoulder tackles and a Five-Knuckle Shuffle, Cena leveled The Living Truth with an Attitude Adjustment … but he wasn’t finished there. Utilizing his rarely-seen “Sixth Move of Doom,” Cena sealed the victory with a move known as the Lightning Fist.

Following the match, an emotional Cena — whose career has taken him to Hollywood and blockbuster stardom—thanked the WWE Universe in Melbourne and around the world for allowing him to entertain them at WWE Super Show-Down.

“I know my life is changing, but I never, ever forget where I came from,” Cena said. “I have no idea what the future holds, so I focus on the now. And right now, I am standing in front of 70,000 people saying the word ‘What?!,’ 70,000 people making some noise … and I mean this from the bottom of my heart, there’s not a better feeling in the world.”

Like Cena, what does the future hold for Lashley who, along with his hype man Lio Rush, has had more than a few issues with Elias and Owens in recent weeks? Don’t miss what lies ahead on Monday Night Raw, live at 8/7 C on USA Network.