WWE Reveals Plans To Return To Saudi Arabia

WWE Reveals Plans To Return To Saudi Arabia

WWE will be returning to Saudi Arabia this fall. Corey Graves and his fellow team announced during tonight’s WWE Raw that WWE will resume to Saudi Arabia for Crown Jewel on November 5, 2022. For the past four years, WWE has made this trip an annual tradition. Legends will ascend once more at @WWE #CrownJewel on Saturday, November 5, according to WWE’s Twitter page.

WWE and the Saudi General Sports Authority declared a 10-year strategic partnership in 2018 to support the Saudi Vision 2030 venture, the Kingdom’s economic and social reform programme. The agreement called for two events per year, however the COVID-19 pandemic compelled postponements in 2020 and 2021. Except for the decades when a break was required, WWE has held annual Saudi Arabia shows ever Since Greatest Royal Rumble in 2018.

Back in April, it was reported that a deal was being finalised for WWE to resume to Saudi Arabia. The the last week of October and the first week of November were both heavily considered for the show at the time.

WWE filed a trademark

WWE filed a trademark application for a new ring name on Friday, May 13. According to USPTO records, the company applied to trademark the title Ava Raine for entertaining. The following is the filing’s explanation: US 100 101 107. IC 041. G & S: Wrestling exhibitions and performance in terms by a pro wrestler and entertainer delivered live and via broadcast media such as television and radio, as well as via the online platform or a commercial online service.

Providing wrestling information and news via a global computer system; providing sports and entertainment information via an online platform portal; offering a website with sports and entertainment data; Fan club services include organising sporting events in the sector of wrestling for wrestling fan club representatives, organising social special events for wrestling fan club members, offering online newsletters in the field of sports entertainment, and providing online journals, blog posts, in the sector of sports entertainment.

As of this composing, no further information on which talent will be given the name is accessible. As of earlier this year, related trademarks have been filed frequently, including three more names trademarked on April 5, 2022. WWE has decided to add the names of NXT stars Troy Donovan, Thea Hail, and Channing Lauren to their list of legally acquired ring names. They trademarked the names Roxanne Perez, Alba Fyre, Cruz Del Torio, and Katana Chance on April 16, 2022.


Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.