WWE's The Undertaker arrives in Jeddah ahead of Saudi Royal Rumble

  • WWE's The Undertaker arrives in Jeddah ahead of Saudi Royal Rumble

WWE's The Undertaker arrives in Jeddah ahead of Saudi Royal Rumble

He also shared words on how he's hopeful that one day female WWE superstars will be able to wrestle in the country in the future. It's a six hour event happening at 12 noon ET on a Friday. The event will air live in the Middle East on MBC Action, KSA Sports 1, Abu Dhabi Sports 1 and Abu Dhabi Sports 6, as well as stream live on Dawri Plus.

Every Pay-Per-View event, the women's division tear down the house with their athleticism and great in-ring story telling. Lawler a list WWE sent out about the trip to Saudi Arabia, that he is anxious he won't be able to use his "King" name during the PPV, as it may be offensive to the royal family. "We would look back on it as the absolute nadir of the company".

He commented that you can't dictate to a country how they handle certain situations and that you can't "affect change" by avoiding it. On Dinner with The King, Jerry Lawler and Jim Cornette discussed the event and Cornette suggested the women be paid despite not competing. "That is a significant cultural shift in Saudi Arabia".

'We think that's a great thing and we're excited to be at the forefront of that change'.

This Friday, WWE will host a brand-new event, streaming live on the WWE Network from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

This is easily the most hard title match to predict. WWE seems happy with Styles as the top champion on "SmackDown Live", but there'd be little reason for his storyline with Nakamura to continue if he beats him clean for a second time this month. If someone is going to get pinned, it could be Styles as he faces the blue brand's new top heel.

Women once only had passive roles in wrestling but they have become much more well respected in recent years in a change that has been dubbed "Women's Evolution". It's hard not to see this freakish move as purely money-driven, disheartening and hypocritical for a company that has positioned itself as progressive.