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WWE Crown Jewel Results And Report For 04 November 2023: Highlight, Match Ratings, Winners And Losers

6 months ago By Jhon Woug

The night that the world of sports entertainment has been waiting for is here. Crown Jewel, the biggest PPV in modern times, is in front of us. It’s like Riyadh; Saudi Arabia never looked prettier. The who’s who of the world of showbiz and glamour from the world over is in the Mohammed Abdu Arena. The commentators have been speaking about this moment for months, and it seems as though this may finally be the day when the tribal chief is dethroned.

As advertised, WWE Crown Jewel this year was said to surpass its prior attempt at bringing the best action to this side of the globe. When you go to Saudi Arabia, there is no budget, and the best is what everyone has to bring to the table.

The opening match has put the entire stadium on its feet early on, as the stakes are high with the World Heavyweight Championship on the line.

World Heavyweight Championship: Seth Rollins(C) vs. Drew McIntyre

All eyes were on this extravaganza as Seth Rollins met his match in the opening contest. The two veterans showed no signs of jet lag as Drew McIntyre quickly enforced his dominance. At 6 feet 6 and 265 pounds, the Scottish warrior moves around like a cruiserweight, almost nullifying the speed advantage we thought Seth Rollins would have.

Drew McIntyre runs the action on the outside. The Scottish Warrior drives the champion to the Steel Steps. Rollins, at this time wounded, rolls back in and looks to counter with a pedigree, but his back cannot take it anymore. Drew McIntyre now climbs up to the top rope, only to be surprised by Seth Rollins, who climbs up to deliver a superplex. Rollins delivers a pedigree, only to be denied by a close two-count. This match is hung in the balance and both men look to take the other to the limit. McIntyre then hits a devastating Claymore but is reduced to tears with a mere two counts.Seth Rollins counters a vicious-looking Claymore and stomps McIntyre to finally secure the three-count.

All of a sudden, Damien Priest comes out with the Money in the Bank Briefcase. He has waited long enough for his time. Sami Zayn surprises him and takes away the briefcase with him in the crowd.

Winner: Seth Rollins

Women’s World Championship: Rhea Ripley (C) vs. Nia Jax, Raquel Rodriguez, Zoey Stark, and Shayna Baszler

The WWE Universe in Riyadh gave a loud welcome to Mami after she made an entrance worthy of a main eventer. Mami was soon followed by Nia Jax, and the two started trading blows. The Champion was soon overpowered by the much larger Nia Jax, and what followed was pandamonial. Shayna Baszler then caught both Rhea Ripley and Raquel Rodriguez in an ankle lock simultaneously. With no Superstar getting the pin on either, even after hitting their finisher due to it being broken up by another opponent, Rhea Ripley hit Zoey Stark with a riptide from the second rope on top of Raquel Rodriguez and Shayna Baszler.

Winner: Rhea Ripley

John Cena vs. Solo Sikoa

John Cena comes out to an earth-shattering response. We had to lower the volume to witness his entrance. Only John Cena, of any celebrity, can draw such a reaction that crosses borders, continents, religions, and genders. Then we had a silent pause as Solo Sikoa made his entrance. Weeks prior to the biggest match of the Bloodline member’s career, Solo Sikoa ranted on marching past the legend. What made every fan nervous was that his locked eyes signalled the death knell of one of the most celebrated careers. After almost half a dozen Samoan spikes, Solo Sikoa pinned John Cena. A pinfall victory over John Cena silenced not only Riyadh but the world indeed.

Winner: Solo Sikoa

United States Championship: Rey Mysterio (C) vs. Logan Paul

This was a collision of two fan favourites from two different eras. Rey Mysterio has always been a big draw for WWE outside of the United States. His name alone guarantees ticket sales and a fan base spanning across the young, the old, and the very old. Mr. Box Office Logan Paul was here to spoil the party and take away from the master of the 619 his United States Championship.

Logan Paul hits a moonsault early on in the match and corners Mysterio. The definite size and strength of Logan Paul come into display as he locks Mysterio into a bear hug. Any momentum from Mysterio Sr. is quickly countered by Logan Paul. At this time, Paul’s entourage hands him a brass knuckle. Santos Escobar comes to the aid of Rey Mysterio to clear out the chaos. Meanwhile, Paul hits Mysterio with a right hand with the knuckles on, and a distracted referee counts to two.

Winner: Logan Paul

WWE Women’s Championship: Ivo Sky (C) vs. Bianca Belair

The match was all Ivo Sky right from when the bell rang. The champion never looked more promising and made Riyadh her backyard as she cornered Bianca Belair with kicks to the body, one after another. Ivo Sky was about to go for a moonsault, but Bayley came with the distraction. Sky later jumped through the ropes to take Bayley out on the apron. The distraction almost did the damage, as Belair nearly capitalised, but returning Kairi Sane made sure fans went home happy. As Bianca Belair went back to the ring, she was dazed by a moonsault, and Ivo Sky picked up the win.

Winner: Ivo Sky

Cody Rhodes vs. Damian Priest

This match started before the bell as Mr. Money in the Bank attacked Cody Rhodes and was all over him. Damian Priest tried to break Rhodes confidence early on, but the veteran had Priest figure it out early on. Cody countered every power move, and Priest lost most of his energy early on due to the high tempo catching up to his size. Priest misses with the Razor’s Edge but nails the Reckoning on the announcement table. That doesn’t keep Cody Rhodes down to three as well. Rhodes, at this point, had shifted gears and was distracted by Finn Balor and JD McDonagh. Dirty Dom comes running with a steel chair in hand, only to be silenced by a kick from Jey Uso. This allowed Cody Rhodes to hit Damian Priest with Cross Rhodes to seal the win.

Winner: Cody Rhodes

Undisputed WWE Universal Championship: Roman Reigns (C) vs. LA Knight

The tribal chief came out with an aura we had never seen before. Almost single-handedly, he took away any fatigue the fans had. But the WWE Universe was firmly behind LA Knight. Roman reigns dominated from the bell, and any shift was quickly countered. LA Knight did get his moment midway through the match, but he gets a superman punch from the head of the table,which he miraculously kicks out of. Jimmy USO now arrives and, in a controversial cover, puts Roman’s foot on the rope. The distraction proved enough for another spear, which sealed the win for the big dog.

Winner: Roman Reigns

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