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–  We are getting closer to WWE’s attempt to invade the Australian market with Super Show-Down. There are several titles being defended and the marquee meeting sees Undertaker take on Triple H in what is being called the last time ever. Down below, are the current betting odds courtesy of Bet Wrestling.

The Undertaker -165 vs Triple H -125

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WWE Championship: AJ Styles -180 vs Samoa Joe +140

Smackdown Women’s Championship: Becky Lynch -195 vs Charlotte Flair +155

Smackdown Tag Team Championship: New Day -600 vs Cesaro & Sheamus +400

Cruiserweight Championship: Cedric Alexander +130 vs Buddy Murphy -170

John Cena & Bobby Lashley -530 vs Elias & Kevin Owens +350

Daniel Bryan -175 vs The Miz +135

The Shield -350 vs Braun Strowman, Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre +250

The Bella Twins & Ronda Rousey -900 vs The Riott Squad +500

Asuka & Naomi +115 vs The IIconics -155

Several of the title matches are close, with the Cruiserweight Championship currently favored to change hands. As for the Undertaker vs. Triple H, the odds are extremely close. These two have met countless times over the past 20 plus years.

Their most replayed match was WrestleMania 28, which was billed as the End of an Era. Undertaker pinned Triple H inside Hell in a Cell with Shawn Michaels as the special referee. Post-match, all three stood at the top of the ramp and embraced. Many believe the ending to Super Show-Down will be what bring Michaels out of retirement.

– Kofi Kingston made history on Tuesday and it went mostly unnoticed. At 954, Kingston is the longest-reigning Tag Team Champion in WWE history. Besides teaming with New Day using the Freebird Rule, Kingson has also won tag team gold with Evan Bourne, R-Truth and CM Punk. Below is WWE’s official announcement on the record breaking day.

Kofi Kingston reached another milestone in his amazing career today when The New Day member became the longest-reigning Tag Team Champion in WWE history with 954 cumulative days as a titleholder.

Today, Kingston surpassed Billy Gunn — who held Tag Titles for 953 days as part of The Smoking Gunns, The New Age Outlaws and Billy & Chuck — and he recently topped WWE Hall of Famer Mr. Fuji — who held the World Tag Team Titles with Professor Tanaka and Mr. Saito for 932 days.

Kingston is an eight-time Tag Team Champion, with five of those reigns coming alongside Big E and Xavier Woods. His other tenures with the championships were with R-Truth, CM Punk and Evan Bourne. The New Day also hold the record for longest Tag Team Title reign of all time at 483 days.

The Dreadlocked Dynamo’s next confirmed defense is on Saturday, Oct. 6, at WWE Super Show-Down, streaming live on WWE Network at 5 a.m. ET/2 a.m. PT.

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