The Undertaker and Hulk Hogan take part in WWE Crown Jewel advert


WWE has confirmed this week that they will be returning to Saudi Arabia next month for another Crown Jewel event, and a few legends have been advertised for the event.

WWE will be returning to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia for another Crown Jewel event next month, as  WWE Arabic, via Pro Wrestling Sheet, has confirmed the Saudi General Sports Authority will present the show from King Fahd International Stadium on October 31.

This will be the second show WWE produces in Saudi Arabia this year following Super ShowDown back in June which saw The Undertaker take on Goldberg in a very infamous clash.

While no matches have been confirmed as of writing for Crown Jewel next month, several superstars have been confirmed for the event.

The website reports Seth Rollins, Kofi Kingston, Roman Reigns, Brock Lesnar, 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt, Braun Strowman, The New Day, Randy Orton, AJ Styles, and Rey Mysterio will make appearances at the event.

WWE Hall of Famers Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair have also been announced for the event, as well as NXT superstar Mansoor, who won the 50-man Battle Royal at the last show in Saudi Arabia.

While he is yet to be announced for the event, The Undertaker has been featured in the regional advertisement for Crown Jewel on Halloween.

With big named legends like Hogan, Flair, and Undertaker associated with Crown Jewel, it will be interesting to see if WWE books any matches or interesting segments for the trio over the next month.

Both The Nature Boy and The Hulkster will be on Miz TV this week on Raw alongside The Miz, but it's currently unclear as to why they have been booked for this segment.


Both legends, as well as The Deadman, have also been booked to appear on SmackDown's 20th anniversary show next Friday when it debuts on Fox.

Like Raw, it's currently unclear as to what role each icon will have on the blue brand show.

However, if all three of them are likely to make an appearance at Crown Jewel on Halloween, perhaps their roles on each show will be something linked to that event.


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