A Second WWE Match Is Scheduled To Take Place In Saudi This November
Get ready for the second WWE match to take place in Riyadh this coming November 2nd.
You heard right, folks.
WWE Network announced on Monday that universal champion Roman Reigns is scheduled go against Brock Lesnar in a triple-threat match for the WWE Crown Jewel.
The show is set to be streamed live in Saudi Arabia and will be available for pay-per-view for viewers outside the region.
From the looks of things, this won’t be the last WWE match to take place in Saudi either..
Since The General Entertainment Authority and WWE signed a 10-year contract, the Greatest Royal Rumble and the WWE Crown Jewel won’t be the last matches in Saudi Arabia.
Exciting times lay ahead, especially for WWE fans in the region.
The Crown Jewel will have a triple-threat match that will include Brock Lesnar, Roman Reigns and Braun Strowman. This is an added factor to the first-ever WWE world cup tournament that will determine the best wrestler in the world.
#UniversalChampion @WWERomanReigns will defend his title against @BrockLesnar AND @BraunStrowman in a #TripleThreat Match at #WWECrownJewel in Saudi Arabia, streaming LIVE on @WWENetwork Nov. 2! pic.twitter.com/X6UkgL7wCC
— WWE Network (@WWENetwork) September 18, 2018