Professional wrestling fans may look forward to the annual WWE Crown Jewel 2022 extravaganza (World Wrestling Entertainment). There have been two Crown Jewel ceremonies thus far, both of which took place in the Saudi capital of Riyadh. As part of a 10-year agreement with the Saudi government, WWE will host these events to promote Saudi Vision 2030. Besides Crown Jewel, Super Showdown and Greatest Royal Rumble are the other events under WWE’s alliance with Saudi Arabia.
YouTuber-turned-boxer-turned-WWE-Superstar Logan Paul will be challenging Roman Reigns for the Unified WWE Universal World Championship in the program’s main event.
When and where is the WWE Crown Jewel 2022?
On November 5, 2022, WWE Crown Jewel will air live from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Beginning at 4 p.m. in the UK, the main event pitting Reigns vs Paul is set to start around 9 p.m.
How to watch WWE Crown Jewel 2022 Live?
The WWE Crown Jewel 2022 is a PPV Event.
Coverage of the main event, which begins at 4 p.m., will air on BT Sport Box Office.
Live Broadcast: WWE Crown Jewel Live (Try it for free).
WWE Crown Jewel 2022 Full Show Preview
After the success of Extreme Rules, WWE will begin preparations for its next premium live show, the Saudi Arabian Crown Jewel extravaganza. With Roman Reigns vs. Logan Paul as the main event, the program will surely draw in fans and non-wrestling enthusiasts.
But what more surprises does the program have in store for its viewers?
These are only some of the matches that might be considered for the company’s return to Riyadh, based on the ongoing stories and events of Saturday’s spectacular.
The inaugural Crown Jewel event took place on November 2, 2018. The following function took place on October 31, 2019. As a result of the travel limitations caused by the Covid-19 outbreak, WWE had to cancel its 2020 Crown Jewel event. On October 21, 2021, the third gathering took place.
In 2022, WWE will host its fourth annual Crown Jewel event in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, at the 25,000-person capacity Mrsool Park.
Championship on the Line: Bianca Belair vs. Bayley on Raw
Despite Bianca Belair’s victory at Extreme Rules to retain the Raw Women’s Championship against Bayley, it appears that The EST’s war with the leader of Damage CTRL is far from finished.
Consequently, WWE Crown Jewel 2022 will likely be the next stop in their conflict, with Bayley making history by defeating the babyface and claiming the championship so many anticipated she would gain in Philadelphia.
Try to negotiate a rule that prevents Dakota Kai and Iyo Sky from being present during the match.
At least until the War Games at Survivor Series in November, Damage CTRL will reveal a new member to stand by their side.
A matchup between Dexter Lumis and The Miz
Since The Miz’s return to WWE Crown Jewel 2022, Dexter Lumis has made his life a living hell by randomly appearing in the eeriest and horrifying ways, putting the Hollywood A-Lister on edge and always looking over his shoulder.
It would make sense to have their sanctioned match at Crown Jewel and promote it as Lumis’ first match after his return.
A match between the two would be highly one-sided and not precisely a mat classic, but the rivalry is gone, Lumis has been flawless in his appearances, and The Miz is the master of the over-the-top persona.
U.S. Title Fight: Bobby Lashley vs. Seth Rollins
Monday night’s “season premiere” episode of WWE Raw may include a match between Bobby Lashley and Seth Rollins, but that should only be the latest chapter in their feud.
A rematch between two of the show’s most significant stars is a fantastic way to add buzz to what the production company considers a showpiece event. It’s an excellent way to keep them occupied until the big event on November 5, and it’s the only clear option for both guys.
The most fitting setup for this would be for Seth Rollins to win the United States Championship from Lashley after recovering from his Extreme Rules loss to Matt Riddle. If Lashley takes advantage of his promised rematch, then the next title bout will be a major event.
How does this reservation stack up against others? Not necessarily, but it helps.
WWE Superstars Edge, AJ Styles, Rey Mysterio, and Beth Phoenix Take on the Judgment Day Squad
Judgment Day’s Finn Balor, Dominik, Damian Priest, and Rhea Ripley face off against Edge, AJ Styles, Rey Mysterio, and Beth Phoenix in a bout that is large enough and packed with plot points to be the co-headliner.
There’s the mistrust between Edge and Styles that was certain to be there when their year started, the Mysterio family turmoil, and the deepening of the conflict between the Rated-R Superstar and Finn Balor after Ripley blasted Phoenix with a Con-Chair-To at Extreme Rules.
There would be enough potential reward for the rivalry with the babyfaces coming out on top to merit the feel-good moment in front of the Saudi crowd if Phoenix and Ripley finally faced each other in a match.
A possible catch to such a plan is that… A War Games bout at Survivor Series or Judgment Day might be postponed if WWE Creative decides to do so.
Battle Royale for the WWE Tag Team Title: The Brutaloids vs. The Usos
The feud between the Brawling Brutes and the Imperium at Extreme Rules was finally put to rest when the Brutes triumphed in a Good Old-Fashioned Donnybrook. The best approach to at least partially capitalize on their momentum would be to pit them against The Usos just before a massive tag team title fight.
Sheamus can take against Solo Sikoa or Sami Zayn as Butch, and Ridge Holland goes for the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championships held by Jimmy and Jey. To be clear, we’re talking about the championship fight, which would be a welcome addition to any program, not just one of Crown Jewel’s stature.
Beyond the four participants in the match itself, there are enough other considerations to make things exciting, and the action should more than justify its presence in the program. You’ll get what you put into it, so be patient and give them a go.