King & Queen Of The Ring Finals Decided

The finals have been set for the King & Queen Of The Ring tournaments

After several weeks of hard fought matches and notable names being knocked out of the tournaments, the finals of both King & Queen Of The Ring have been officially set, with SmackDown’s brackets being brought to a close last night, completing the second half of the finals. 

In the King Of The Ring, Randy Orton defeated current rival and Bloodline member Tama Tonga, giving the new signing his first WWE defeat. Orton has made it clear that he wants to win the King Of The Ring tournament for the very first time in his career, and will get the chance to do so against Gunther, who won the RAW side of the bracket. 

The Queen Of The Ring SmackDown bracket saw Nia Jax and Bianca Belair battle it out in the main event, and they had a hard-hitting match jam-packed with power moves and back-and-forths, but it was ultimately Jax who picked up a big and clean win over Belair. Jax will go on to face new NXT call up Lyra Valkyria in the finals. 

The full and updated card for King & Queen Of The Ring 2024 in Saudi Arabia is as follows; 

  • Cody Rhodes (c) vs. Logan Paul - Undisputed WWE Championship
  • Becky Lynch (c) vs. Liv Morgan - Women’s World Championship
  • Gunther vs. Randy Orton - King Of The Ring Finals
  • Nia Jax vs. Lyra Valkyria - Queen Of The Ring Finals 
  • Sami Zayn (c) vs. Bronson Reed vs. Chad Gable - Intercontinental Championship
  • Pre-Show: Bianca Belair & Jade Cargill (c) vs. Indi Hartwell & Candice LeRae - WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships

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