WWE Crown Jewel is the upcoming professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by WWE. It will take place on November 25, 2018 at the King Abdullah Sports City Stadium in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
WWE Crown Jewel is a professional wrestling event that will take place on November 2nd, 2021 at the King Abdullah Sports City Stadium in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
With the help of a referee bump, The Usos, and a move of dubious motive from Paul Heyman, Roman Reigns defeated Brock Lesnar at WWE Crown Jewel on a night that was beneficial for incumbent champions.
Reigns and Lesnar put up a furious, extremely physical battle in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, in their first encounter in almost three years that came down to one crucial moment. After both men had tried and failed to finish the match with spears, German suplexes, Superman punches, and F-5s, a second F-5 from Lesnar inadvertently swung Reigns’ legs onto the head of referee Charles Robinson, leaving him unable to call the pinfall.
Lesnar tried to resuscitate Robinson in the midst of the chaos, but Reigns climbed up and speared Lesnar before he could recover. With both guys prone on the ground, Paul Heyman dropped the Universal championship belt into the center of the ring and stated, “You know what to do with it,” without clarifying who he was referring to.
While Reigns and Lesnar fought for the title, The Usos, Reigns’ cousins, double-superkicked Lesnar. Reigns, who had been left with the belt, smacked Lesnar in the face and then covered him as a replacement referee raced to the ring to successfully retain his championship.
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October 21, 2021 — WWE (@WWE)
Heyman’s face was flushed with surprise, but it was deftly concealed whatever direction that emotion swung. The feud between Reigns and Lesnar seems to be far from finished, and a rematch remains one of the most anticipated bouts WWE can put on right now, whether hostilities restart immediately or months later.
Becky Lynch (c) defeats Bianca Belair and Sasha Banks in a triple-threat match for the SmackDown women’s title.
Belair, Banks, and Lynch entered Crown Jewel and put on a show to remember. Only the balance of power and championships in the women’s division, as well as the condition of the rosters post-draft, weighted down their triple threat for the SmackDown women’s championship, making the outcome of this match pretty obvious, barring a big surprise.
Belair shown her incredible development as a performer once again, as she has in each of the “Four Horsewomen’s” individual bouts. Her one-armed press slam of Banks drew the crowd’s attention, and the three ladies competing in this match had the fans in the palms of their hands from then on.
It was an extremely inventive battle that gave Belair, Lynch, and Banks their time in the limelight while also providing some lighter moments, like as when Lynch attempted a double dropkick on Banks and Belair and was caught in mid-flight. Belair and Banks double-slammed Lynch into the corner after a short, amusing pause during which Lynch pleaded for her safety.
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October 21, 2021 — WWE (@WWE)
Despite a few one-on-one situations, this triple threat had well-planned and well-executed parts that often featured all three ladies at once, which is remarkable in and of itself. With a KOD effort in which she swung Lynch’s legs to strike Banks and knock her off the apron, Belair made the first real drive toward a victory.
Belair starred once more with a delayed vertical suplex, and she pounded Banks on the ground while holding Lynch up in the air. Belair was subjected to a simultaneous Banks Statement and Dis-Arm-Her, but neither lady was able to persuade him to tap out.
Lynch was trapped in a Banks Statement by Banks, but Belair shattered it with a back handspring flip. From then, near falls, a pinfall, and submission breakups abounded. When Banks intervened, Lynch trapped them both in a double Dis-Arm-Her. To break it up, Belair stood up with both women’s weight on her back.
Belair eventually connected with Lynch with her trademark KOD, and Belair and Banks rushed to the outside to battle each other out of the ring. Banks was the first to return to the ring, but Lynch rolled her up and won the match using the bottom rope as leverage, securing the victory and a successful championship defense.
What’s next: If history is any guide, the Raw-bound Lynch will trade championships with the SmackDown-bound Charlotte Flair as soon as Friday night on SmackDown. As we witnessed a year ago when The New Day and The Street Profits exchanged tag team championships, it’s an unsatisfactory trade. However, unless something spectacular occurs, that seems to be the most likely option. Belair, who is also heading for Raw, seems to have unfinished business with Lynch.
Big E (c) defeats Drew McIntyre in the WWE title match.
WWE Crown Jewel is the upcoming pay-per-view event that will take place on November 2nd, 2021. The event will be taking place in Saudi Arabia and it will feature a number of matches from the WWE Championship Tournament. Reference: wwe crown jewel 2021 wiki.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who won Crown Jewel 2021?
The United States.
Where is WWE crown jewel 2021?
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Who is WWE King of the Ring 2021?
WWE King of the Ring 2021 is a professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event produced by WWE.
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