The build-up to Crown Jewel may have been all about Tyson Fury, Brock Lesnar, Cain Velasquez and Braun Strowman, but it was all about Bray Wyatt by the end of the evening.
In the main event of the show in Riyadh, The Fiend got the better of Seth Rollins and in the process captured his Universal Championship.
Despite taking around 10 Curb Stomps and being Superkicked off the stage into a bunch of pyro, Wyatt miraculously recovered to hit the Sister Abigail on Rollins.
That means a SmackDown superstar is now Raw's world champion - good luck to WWE on figuring how to get themselves out of that hole!
The other two high profile matches saw the lineal boxing heavyweight champion of the world - Tyson Fury - pick up a victory over Braun Strowman, which you can read about here.
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Another man having his first WWE match was Cain Velasquez, and he was challenging his former nemesis Brock Lesnar for the WWE Championship.
Lesnar was victorious but there was much more to the story, which you can also read here.
We also saw Team Hulk Hogan and Team Ric Flair go head-to-head at the King Fahd International Stadium, and thankfully we didn't see the two Hall of Famers get physical.
It was a fun encounter though, and it ended with Roman Reigns hitting the Spear on Randy Orton to secure victory for Team Hogan.
In a historic moment, WWE hosted Saudi Arabia's first-ever women's wrestling match which saw Natalya face Lacey Evans.
Despite the two feuding for the past two months - and that included teaming together against the Kabuki Warriors - they had a good-natured affair which ended with Natalya victorious, and both women earning a standing ovation from the Saudi fans.
Earlier in the night, a Battle Royal on the Kick Off Show determined a new number-one contender for AJ Styles' United States Championship.
Rising star Humberto Carrillo last eliminated Erick Rowan to make a rematch from this weeks Raw, and unfortunately it was the same outcome for the luchador - Styles was victorious.
There was also a homecoming for Mansoor, the Saudi-born NXT superstar who won the largest Battle Royal in history at Super ShowDown back in June.
He faced the ring general that is Cesaro, and in a fantastic match between the pair, Mansoor got the victory and celebrated with the emotional crowd after the match.
And just like the WWE World Cup last year, this year Crown Jewel hosted the Tag Team World Cup - even though WWE still don't know what an actual 'World Cup' entails.
Many expected the Viking Raiders to win when they came out last, but Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson defeated them, which surely means they're guaranteed a shot at their Raw Tag Team Championships - as they're now the 'best tag team in the world'.
QUICK MATCH RESULTS
Bray Wyatt defeats Seth Rollins [c] - Falls Count Anywhere match for Universal Championship
Team Hogan defeats Team Flair - Five-on-five tag team match
Natalya defeats Lacey Evans
AJ Styles [c] defeats Humberto Carrillo - United States Championship
Tyson Fury defeats Braun Strowman via count-out
Mansoor defeats Cesaro
Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson win the Tag Team World Cup
Brock Lesnar [c] defeats Cain Velasquez - WWE Championship
Humberto Carrillo wins 20-man Battle Royal to face AJ Styles