WWE’s long-standing partnership with Saudi Arabia continues, with several events remaining in their ongoing deal. The next event slated for May, will feature the King & Queen of The Ring tournaments and now the first round brackets for the tournaments have been revealed.

As previously reported, the next Saudi Arabian event will be taking place on May 25th, which is the King & Queen of The Ring event. Naturally, fans wonder who will be involved in the tournaments.

During the Backlash Premium Live Event, WWE officially revealed the first round brackets for the King and Queen of The Ring tournaments, which will take place on Monday Night RAW next week. For the men, Finn Bálor will take on Drew McIntyre, Gunther will face Sheamus, Ilja Dragunov will take on Ricochet and Kofi Kingston will square off against Rey Mysterio.

On the women’s side, Zoey Stark faces off against Ivy Nile, Shayna Baszler squares off against Zelina Vega, Lyra Valkyria goes against Asuka and finally, IYO SKY will duke it out with Natalya.


The tournaments will take place in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. It remains to be seen who will end up becoming the King and Queen of The Ring winners at the end of the month.

Men’s King of the Ring 2024 Bracket

  • GUNTHER vs. Sheamus
  • Ricochet vs. Ilja Dragunov
  • Kofi Kingston vs. Rey Mysterio
  • Drew McIntyre vs. Finn Balor

Women’s Queen of the Ring 2024 Bracket

  • IYO SKY vs. Natalya
  • Lyra Valkyria vs. Asuka
  • Shayna Baszler vs. Zelina Vega
  • Zoey Stark vs. Ivy Nile

What do you think of these tournament brackets for the King and Queen of The Ring tournaments? Let us know in the comments section below!

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