WWE Announces Crown Jewel For November 5

The fourth ever Crown Jewel event

WWE has announced a return to Saudi Arabia for this November, with what will be the fourth ever Crown Jewel event.

As was the case with the first three Crown Jewel events, the event will take place in the city of Riyadh. The 2018 event was held at King Saud University Stadium, while 2019 took place at King Fahd International Stadium. In 2021, Crown Jewel emanated from Mohammed Abdu Arena on the Boulevard.

No Crown Jewel was held in 2020, due to international travel being restricted as a result of the pandemic.

The 2018 card is best known for its main event of D-Generation X vs. The Brothers of Destruction, as well as Shane McMahon winning the World Cup tournament as a last-minute substitution for The Miz.

In 2019, The Fiend defeated Seth Rollins to win the Universal title in a Falls Count Anywhere match, while Brock Lesnar retained the WWE title against Cain Velasquez.

For the 2021 card, Roman Reigns retained the Universal title against Lesnar, while Goldberg defeated Bobby Lashley in a No Holds Barred match.

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