WWE is getting set to present the Elimination Chamber premium live event from Saudi Arabia. Many have expressed major concerns over the company’s relationship with a state that has been accused of countless human rights violations. The WWE spin is that they are working to make a difference and help build a more progressive nation.

Several WWE superstars have been spotted attending events around the country as Saudi Arabia once again welcomes huge WWE spectacle. Natalya reflected upon her arrival and said she was proud of the history-making work WWE was doing for women and girls in sports. Charlotte Flair also spent her time before the show contributing to the same cause.

Charlotte is set to team with Sonya Deville against Ronda Rousey and Naomi at Elimination Chamber. After she arrived, Flair posted a photo on Instagram with some Special Olympics athletes she visited while in Saudi Arabia. The kids looked like they were thrilled to get to spend the day with a superstar. Charlotte didn’t offer any commentary in her post caption.

“#saudiarabia #specialolympics”


Special Olympics is the largest youth sports organization in the world for kids with disabilities. The group was founded in 1968 and has been providing opportunities to kids for 53 years. Charlotte seemed thrilled to take part.

There will always be controversy surrounding WWE when they head to Saudi Arabia. The superstars who work the shows are doing their best to make a positive impact. Charlotte Flair seems to be making great use of her time in the country.

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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