You Won’t Believe How Much WWE Is Earning for Every Crown Jewel Event in Saudi Arabia

By: Rahul V Krishnan Image credit: WWE

WWE are scheduled to have its latest Saudi Arabia show Crown Jewel on Saturday, November the 5th from Riyadh.

The show will be headlined by Roman Reigns and Logan Paul when they face off against each other for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship.

Brock Lesnar vs Bobby Lashley, Drew McIntyre vs Karrion Kross, and Braun Strowman vs Omos are some of the other big matches on the card.

According to reports, The WWE will be receiving an estimated 50 million dollars for every show that they do in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

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WWE in 2018 signed a 10-year deal with General Sports Authority (GSA) for hosting big premium live events in Saudi Arabia.

WWE has held events like Greatest Royal Rumble, Crown Jewel, Super ShowDown, Elimination chamber etc from the Middle Eastern country.

The partnership has received a lot of criticism due to Saudi Arabia's human rights issues. Certain WWE superstars in the past have refused to work these Saudi Arabian shows.

This year will be the first time the company will be holding a show from the country without Vince McMahon and it'll be interesting to see how the show will do under Triple H.

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WWE fans accuse the company for lying about the Nigerian Giant Omos' weight before Crown Jewel.