WWE Crown Jewel 2023: Winners| Match card predictions


WWE Crown Jewel begins tonight (Saturday November 4, 2023) at 12 a.m. ET from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, live on Peacock (in the U.S.) and WWE Network (everywhere). Today we will discuss about WWE Crown Jewel 2023: Winners| Match card predictions.

WWE Crown Jewel 2023: Winners| Match card predictions

The 2023 Crown Jewel is the upcoming fifth Crown Jewel professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) and livestreaming event produced by WWE. It will be held for wrestlers from the promotion’s Raw and SmackDown brand divisions. The event will take place at the Mohammed Abdu Arena in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on Saturday, November 4, 2023, the second Crown Jewel to be held at the venue after the 2021 event. This will be the 10th event that WWE will hold in Saudi Arabia as part of a 10-year partnership in support of Saudi Vision 2030.

Promotion WWE
Brand(s) Raw
Date November 4, 2023
City Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Venue Mohammed Abdu Arena
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WWE Crown Jewel 2023: Winners| Match card predictions

WWE’s next Premium Live will take place from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on Saturday, November 4 at 1PM ET. ET/10 a.m. PT Here are the current matches booked, more updates coming soon.

  • World Heavyweight Championship: Seth “Freakin'” Rollins (c) vs. Drew McIntyre
  • Fatal 5-Way Match for the Raw Women’s World Championship: Rhea Ripley (Captain) vs. Nia Jax vs. Shayna Baszler vs. Zoey Stark vs. Raquel Rodriguez
  • Undisputed WWE Universal Championship: Roman Reigns (c) vs. LA Knight
  • WWE United States Championship: Rey Mysterio (c) vs. Logan Paul
  • WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship: Io Sky (c) vs. Bianca Belair
  • Singles Match: John Cena vs. Solo Sequoia
  • Singles Match: Cody Rhodes vs. Damian Priest
  • Singles Match: Sami Zayn vs. JD McDonagh

Match card predictions

It’s great to see Knight get a pay-per-view opportunity in the main event, with WWE finally stepping on the gas and taking advantage of his huge following with fans. Still, Knight doesn’t really fit into the “big story” of Reigns and The Bloodline, where it seems like this is where WWE will strip him of the title. It’s also worth noting that Reigns’ longest run with the belt is starting to approach Hulk Hogan’s longest reign at 1,474 days. With how much focus has been placed on the historic nature of Reigns’ title reign, and him not being lined up for another match at the moment until the Royal Rumble, it seems like it’s a little obvious that he’s going to come out on top here. Pick: Roman Reigns retains the title – Brent Brookhouse (also Shakeel Mahjouri)