There is currently a lot of controversies surrounding the WWE Crown Jewel event in Saudi Arabia. The country, in spite of their stance that they are becoming progressive seems to not be changing in their ways and the recent reported murder of a Washington Post journalist has amplified the situation.
We reported that there is currently a big discussion behind the scenes in WWE to decide what they’re going to do about the upcoming event in Saudi Arabia. Some are suggesting the event be relocated while others are simply pushing for the big matches to be moved to Survivor Series.
But a recent tweet from Sport – Al Jazeera says that Saudi authorities are still carrying on as planned regarding WWE Crown Jewel.
“King Saud University Stadium management and the link company meet after a meeting with the development of an action plan to host the November 2 Stadium for the WWE wrestling competitions, and are expected to miss playing for several weeks.”
Perhaps the Saudi Arabians aren’t aware of an issue regarding holding the Crown Jewel event or at least WWE has given them no indication at this point that the show is in jeopardy. But only time will tell how they deal with the situation. At this time though, the event appears to still be a go. We will keep you updated regarding this story as more information develops.
تعقد إدارة ملعب جامعة الملك سعود وشركة صلة اجتماعاً عقب مواجهة #المنتخب_السعودي مع #العراق لوضع خطة عمل من أجل استضافة الملعب 2 نوفمبر لمنافسات المصارعة WWE ، ومن المتوقع أن يغيب #الهلال عن اللعب في #محيط_الرعب لعدة أسابيع . @ahmad2man pic.twitter.com/2hyZm6uiqk
— رياضة – الجزيرة (@sport_jazirah) October 13, 2018