WWE returns to Saudi Arabia on October 21 for another supershow in the Middle East. Crown Jewel will mark the promotion’s return to the controversial nation for the first time since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now we can take a look at the card and see who is most likely to fly home a winner.
The card is jam packed with four championship bouts, a Hell In a Cell match, a no holds barred match, and the finals of the women’s Queen’s Crown tournament. The Saudi shows are big money for WWE and their performers, and they are hoping to deliver on their promise of a huge event.
Here is a look at where the entire card for Crown Jewel stands. A negative number (for example, -200) means that wrestler is the favorite. The lower the number, the heavier that wrestler is favored. As it gets higher, their chances of winning drastically go down.
It’s not likely that we will see any title changes, but Mansoor’s odds are incredible as he returns to Saudi Arabia. Obviously, the company wants to put him over in his home country. We will have to wait for the action to unfold in Saudi to see if those betting odds are accurate.
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