Big Cass. The intense rivalry between Styles and Nakamura will be a No Disqualification Match.
Welcome to Ringside News' coverage of the 2018 Backlash PPV, which is a cross-brand event. This is likely to be the match of the night and should definitely be the main event. Scheduling its first big event since the superstar shake-up, WWE chose to head in with wrestlers of both Raw and SmackDown brand after their decision earlier this year to shrug off single-branded shows. Here is all you need to know about the event.
SmackDown Women's Championship - Carmella (c) vs. Charlotte Flair: With Flair remaining on the blue brand, she will get her rematch here after Carmella cashed in the Money in the Bank briefcase. Moon contends that her friend Nia Jax will be victorious over rival Alexa Bliss and leave Backlash as the RAW Women's Champion. If and how that happens, though, remains to be seen. Some of the other matches in this event include Intercontinental Championship match between Seth Rollins and The Miz. Previously, the odds for the match were even.
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Hosts UAE, Thailand and Bahrain are the other three teams in the group. "I believe that we can qualify for the knockout stages". Australia have been drawn in Group B alongside Palestine, Jordan and Syria, with the match against the latter the standout.
United States Champion Jeff Hardy vs. Tonight's show will also be Big Cass' first singles match since being cleared to return so both men may feel like they have something to prove.
Braun Strowman and Bobby Lashley put their monstrous force together to take on Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens in an intriguing Raw tag team collision.
WWE Backlash 2018 begins at 8.30 pm with the kickoff-show.