After announcing the return of Crown Jewel last week, WWE revealed a big tag team match for the show later this month involving Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair on Monday Night Raw.
WWE announced last week that they would be returning to Saudi Arabia for another Crown Jewel event later this month on October 31.
WWE would go on to announce the first match for the show during the Miz TV segment of Raw last night, a special tag team match between Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair, but with a twist.
Instead of having the two Hall of Famers battle it out in the ring themselves, they'll each have their own team of five superstars battle for them, with themselves being the coaches of each team.
As for which superstars will be involved in the match, four superstars have already been revealed, with two being assigned to each team.
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Seth Rollins has been revealed as the team captain of Team Hogan, while Randy Orton has been revealed as the team captain of Team Flair.
Rusev was also revealed as a member of Team Hogan, while King Corbin was revealed as a member of Team Flair.
By the looks of things, Team Hogan will feature predominantly face superstars, while Team Flair will feature predominantly heel superstars.
Rollins and Orton are expected to reveal more of their team partners for their respective teams over the next few weeks in the build-up to Crown Jewel.
Given the superstars already involved in the Team Hogan vs Team Flair match, it looks like this clash could be the main event of the show on Halloween.
As of writing, it is the only match that has been confirmed for the Crown Jewel show so far, but several different superstars have already been advertised for the event.
The Undertaker, Brock Lesnar, Kofi Kingston, AJ Styles, Roman Reigns, Big E, Xavier Woods, 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt, Braun Strowman, Rey Mysterio and Mansoor have all been advertised for Crown Jewel.
This will be WWE's fourth big event in Saudi Arabia under their ten-year deal with the Saudi General Sports Authority.
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