WWE will hold their Crown Jewel Premium Live Event in Saudi Arabia on Saturday. Fans are undoubtedly ecstatic about the event, but a recent threat from Iran caused a lot of alarm. Reports started to circulate that the show might not even happen. However, it appears that WWE has been closely watching the situation to identify any threats.
According to PW Insider, ahead of the Crown Jewel PPV event, WWE has been in regular communication with The State Department. Additionally, the company has been informed that the allegedly endangered area is far from Riyadh, the planned site of Crown Jewel.
“We are told WWE has been in regular contact with The State Department in advance of the Crown Jewel PPV. We are also that those in the company have been told the area that is believed to be endangered is nowhere near Riyadh, where Crown Jewel is slated to be held.”
There will undoubtedly be stringent procedures in place to guarantee the security of every WWE superstar. Therefore, going into the show, everything should be fine. We can only hope that the WWE team navigates the situation safely and holds their big show without incident.
Many Superstars have already arrived in Saudi Arabia in preparation for the Crown Jewel Premium Live Event, which will take place on November 5th. Jake Paul will be present as well, supporting his brother Logan Paul during the contest for the Undisputed Universal Championship against Roman Reigns.
Meanwhile, Bayley will compete against Bianca Belair for the RAW Women’s Title during the event in a Last Woman Standing match. However, in a rematch at the same event, Kai and Sky will go up against Asuka and Alexa Bliss for the WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles. We’ll be keeping a close eye on things. For more, stay tuned to Ringside News.
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