Mustafa Ali Donating WWE Crown Jewel 2021 Earnings To Charity

Ali previously donated to charity following 2019’s Super ShowDown

Mustafa Ali has revealed that he is to donate his earnings from WWE Crown Jewel to charity.

Ali has donated earnings to charity before, having donated his pay from 2019’s Super ShowDown to Charity Water. Ali has yet to name which charity/charities he will be donating to this year.

Ali made the announcement about his Crown Jewel earnings on Twitter, simply saying:

“Earnings from the 10/21 event will be donated to charity.”

Given the controversial nature of WWE’s involvement with Saudi Arabia, many in the wrestling world choose to support charitable causes during WWE’s trips to the Middle East.

Crown Jewel is set to take place on Thursday October 21 live on the WWE Network/Peacock, and will feature Ali in action against Mansoor, as well as the finals of the King of the Ring and Queen’s Crown Tournaments, and Roman Reigns vs. Brock Lesnar being the pick of the card.

Cultaholic will be live streaming reactions to the show, with all proceeds from the stream to be donated to Amnesty International.

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