WWE gets political in Saudi Arabia as Iran gets bashed

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The authority said there were shots of women who were "indecent". Sure, there were a few moments that were great, but that was only a tiny light at the end of a long, dark tunnel.

As seen at the WWE Greatest Royal Rumble on Friday, Hornswoggle made his return to WWE as an entrant in the 50-man Royal Rumble match. Plus a brand new championship belt debuts! Additionally, the show featured some big name talent from Undertaker to John Cena to Triple H for the people of Saudi.

The Saudi General Sports Authority released a statement on Saturday, a day after a promotional ad featuring female wrestlers aired at the World Wrestling Entertainment Co.'s Greatest Royal Rumble in Jeddah.

That is not necessarily a bad thing, but the show was specifically created to attract a new audience in Saudi Arabia and the rest of the viewers were along for the ride.

The event kicked off with Triple H and John Cena in what was a stacked WWE event card leading to the 50 men Greatest Royal [VIDEO] Rumble.

AJ Styles and Shinsuke Nakamura. The four Saudi wrestlers beat up the Daivari Brothers and expelled them from the ring.

"Even if it were a charade", Khalid bin Mansour, a verified Saudi Twitter user with more than 400,000 followers tweeted, waving the Iranian flag would only "provoke every Saudi". He is clearly in a much better physical state then he was at WrestleMania 33 when he struggled through his main event with Reigns. However, for a country that has only loosened their laws slightly, such as allowing women to drive and showing a movie in the cinema for the first time, it's obvious that this change is going to come slowly, as both fans and Triple H himself has said.

On his way to enter the Royal Rumble match, Titus O'Neil managed to trip and slide all of the way underneath the ring.

The Saudi government has signed a 10-year deal with WWE to produce events in the kingdom. If $0.12 is reported, WWE's profit will be $9.26 million for 83.96 P/E. -42.86 % negative EPS growth is what analysts predict. $0.21 earnings per share was announced for previous quarter.

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