Ali will donate his pay for WWE Crown Jewel to charity

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While WWE's Crown Jewel is known for the amount of money superstars can earn in one night when they compete, one superstar will be donating his pay from the night to charity.

Crown Jewel on October 31 in Saudi Arabia will see a special 10-man tag team match take place between Team Hulk Hogan and Team Ric Flair.

Roman Reigns (captain), Ali, Rusev, Ricochet, and Shorty Gable will compete for Team Hogan, while Randy Orton (captain), 'King' Baron Corbin, Bobby Lashley, and Shinsuke Nakamura will be on Team Flair, with the final member of the team being named on Raw this week.

Each superstar on the Crown Jewel card will receive a nice pay packet for their work, but Ali has decided that he will be donating his pay to charity.

Ali announced on his Twitter that he will be donating his earnings from Crown Jewel to Charity: Water, which is great to see.

Charity: Water is a non-profit organization that brings clean, safe drinking water to people in developing countries. 100% of public donations go to water projects.

This isn't the first time Ali has donated his paycheque for a WWE event in Saudi Arabia to charity.

When Ali competed at WWE Super ShowDown in Saudi Arabia back in June this year, he also donated his paycheck to Charity: Water.

On that night, Ali competed in the 51-Man Battle Royal match, which was won by Saudi's own Mansoor.

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WWE fans and superstars have expressed their displeasure in the past with the company continuing to do events in Saudi Arabia.

Some fans have voiced their concerns over social media and have refused to watch the show, while some superstars, like Sami Zayn, Kevin Owens, Daniel Bryan, and John Cena, have refused to compete at the shows.

Ali, on the other hand, is doing his best to try and turn the negative into a positive by donating the money he receives for Crown Jewel to people that need it more than him.

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