WWE: Doudrop defends criticism of Queen's Crown matches being 'too short' (Exclusive)

Doudrop has defended WWE

Doudrop has given her thoughts on the Queen's Crown tournament, defending WWE's decision to have almost all of the matches in the tournament be relatively short. 

The Queen's Crown tournament this year consisted of seven matches, with those bouts lasting a combined 13 minutes and 35 seconds.

This means that each match lasted an average of two minutes and 15 seconds, which many people understandably took issue with.

In an exclusive interview with GiveMeSport, Doudrop defended the decision to have the matches be short, saying that it gave fans a small flavour of what's to come over the coming motnhs.

Maybe they could have been longer, but I like to think that they were just little tasters. A lot of these matches were matches that hadn’t happened before, so you don’t want to give everything away right now. Maybe we'll see where these go in the future, but for now, we’ve given [the fans] a little taste of what these matches are right now, so let’s see what we can do next time and make people want to see that match.

Speaking about the tournament as a whole, which saw Zelina Vega beat Doudrop in the finals in Saudi Arabia to win, the former NXT UK star thought things went very well.

Doudrop said that she think the tournament was "really spectacular", especially considering its the first time that WWE has done a tournament of its kind with the women.

I think the tournament, in general, went really. Really well considering it’s the first time it’s happened. I thought it went really spectacular."

Doudrop is set to take part in WWE's tour of the UK, which kicks off tomorrow. You can find out more information and purchase tickets for the show by clicking here.

You can watch Doudrop live every week on Monday Night Raw here in the UK over on BT Sport.

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