Roman Reigns v Logan Paul: WWE confirms huge match for November 5

Roman Reigns v Logan Paul set for WWE Crown Jewel

Logan Paul v Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship has been made official for Crown Jewel.

The match, which will be one of WWE’s biggest of the year, was made official at a press conference in Las Vegas today.

The bout will take place at Crown Jewel on November 5 in Saudi Arabia, WWE’s penultimate Premium Live Event of 2022.

WWE confirms Logan Paul v Roman Reigns

The match was made official, as noted earlier, at a press conference WWE called in Las Vegas this afternoon.

In an official press release released after the conference this afternoon, WWE had the following to say:

After a jaw-dropping performance at SummerSlam, Logan Paul thinks he deserves a seat at the table. But whether he is in the room or not, Roman Reigns must be acknowledged, and after Paul’s remarks on his podcast IMPAULSIVE, the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion is ready to show The Media Megastar who runs WWE.

On the latest eye-opening episode of IMPAULSIVE, Paul and Reigns discussed Paul’s budding WWE career, Reigns’ battle with leukemia, and some of Reigns’ growing pains during his 12-year career.

But as soon as The Head of the Table left the room, the dog in Paul came out as he stated he would love to face Reigns one-on-one, claiming he could defeat the champion. Upset with Paul’s words, Reigns demanded “The Wise Man” Paul Heyman deal with the matter, but it was Paul who would deal with it goading Reigns into attending a press conference before dropping Sami Zayn.

At the Las Vegas press conference, WWE Chief Content officer Triple H announced that Reigns would go one-on-one with Paul at WWE Crown Jewel.

Can Paul land that one lucky punch and end one of the longest reigns in WWE history?

How to watch Logan Paul v Roman Reigns

The match between Logan and Roman will take place live on pay-per-view at WWE’s Crown Jewel Premium Live Event.

The special show will air from Saudi Arabia on November 5, and be available to watch live in the US on Peacock, and in all other international markets on the WWE Network.

An exact start time for the event hasn’t been made available yet, but WWE’s shows in Saudi Arabia usually kick off at around 5-6pm BST, which is Noon-1pm EST and 9am-10am PST.

GiveMeSport will keep you updated with all the latest news surrounding the match between Logan and Roman, which could be one of the biggest of the year so far.

You can also check out Logan’s mouth-watering promo at the presser, where he reminded fans of just how good he is on the mic, by clicking here.

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