We’ve all had days like this, Titus O’Neil.
During Friday’s Greatest Royal Rumble Match in Saudi Arabia, the WWE Superstar and leader of Titus Worldwide tripped and ate ground at the very end of his (attempted) ring entrance. We thought announcer Corey Graves was going to die from laughter — as O’Neil died of embarrassment.
Watch this pro-wrestler’s nightmare play out:
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— SW (@SliceWrestling) April 27, 2018
Yeah, the 6’6” specimen ended up completely under the mat. Ironically, that’s probably exactly where O’Neil wanted to crawl and die in the moment.
It probably goes without saying, but Titus didn’t win the match — Braun Strowman did.
At least O’Neil’s face plant wasn’t the only fail of the day — check out this epic botch by Jinder Mahal and Jeff Hardy during their United States Title match. And the way the Universal Championship was decided didn’t exactly seem to go according to plan either.
Not your best stuff, WWE.
WWE Superstar Shakeup 2018: 42 Wrestlers You'll Now Only See on 'SmackDown Live' (Photos)
You won’t see any of these guys and girls on ”Raw“ anymore
We all just lived through another WWE Superstar Shakeup, and if your head is still spinning, we're here to help: TheWrap has tracked down where all 96 main roster wrestlers now work.
In our tallies, we only counted regular in-ring wrestlers, so no managers or agents or wives or escorts, etc. -- even if they step between the ropes once or twice a year. Though we listed the obvious and current stables and tag teams together, we added up wrestlers individually.
Readers can check out our "Raw" gallery here.