WWE presented a contract signing for the SmackDown Women’s Title match at Crown Jewel during this week’s blue brand show. This signing resulted in a good look for Bianca Belair as they prepare for Saudi Arabia. Sadly, the contract was never signed before chaos ensued.

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Fightful Select noted some of the producers on segments and matches during SmackDown this week. Jamie Noble produced the Liv Morgan vs. Carmella segment. Adam Pearce, who also works on-screen as an authority figure, was the producer for Cesaro vs. Finn Balor.

That interesting contract signing that kicked off the show was under Jason Jordan’s responsibility.

Jason Jordan was listed as the producer/agent on the Women’s Contract Signing segment and both dark matches that happened on the show. 

The former American Alpha member took a job as producer when he could no longer wrestle. A neck injury took him out of action before we even saw a real payoff from him being Kurt Angle’s illegitimate son. It’s good to know that Jason Jordan is still around, even if he can’t wrestle.

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