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WWE Crown Jewel 2021: Results, live updates and match ratings

Who is Paul Heyman really aligned with? That’s the story going into WWE Crown Jewel 2021: Start times, full card, how to watch on Peacock, which is being headlined by Brock Lesnar versus Roman Reigns. A battle of the Paul Heyman Guys — their first clash since SummerSlam 2018, and Lesnar’s first bout since last year’s WrestleMania. It’s the biggest match on this big (but morally dubious) show. 

Big E will defend his newly won WWE Championship against Drew McIntyre in the sub-main event, while Goldberg returns to face Bobby Lashley in a SummerSlam rematch. The SmackDown Women’s Championship is on the line in a triple threat match between Becky Lynch, Bianca Belair and Sasha Banks, and we’ll see both the King of the Ring and the Queen of the Ring finals.

WWE Crown Jewel 2021 live stream: start time, how to watch, card and results

It is time for the WWE Crown Jewel 2021 live stream, which will, if history repeats itself, be like none other. The financiers of these Saudi Arabia-based shows are rumored to have high and lofty demands, which often lead to very odd shows. And since the show is live, so we’re updating this story with results below.

Before we get to that, two bits of breaking news: WWE announced the Crown Jewel kickoff-show will feature see SmackDown’s Tag Team Champions The Usos fighting The Hurt Business’ Cedric Alexander and Shelton Benjamin. It’s a non-title match. Also, Fightful Select is reporting that Charlotte Flair is not going to be on the show. She is supposedly not listed internally, nor was she seen on the plane.

2021 WWE Crown Jewel results: Live updates, recap, grades, matches, card, start time, highlights

WWE returns to Saudi Arabia on Thursday afternoon with the 2021 edition of Crown Jewel. The show marks the first time WWE has held an international event since Super ShowDown in Saudi Arabia in February 2020, just before the escalation of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The card features many big matches, including a main event clash for the universal championship as champion Roman Reigns puts his belt on the line against Brock Lesnar. Drew McIntyre will challenge for the WWE championship when he takes on Big E. On the women’s side, a big clash is set for the SmackDown title as Becky Lynch puts the belt on the line against Bianca Belair and Sasha Banks in a triple threat action.

Crown Jewel 2021 will be presented live Thursday afternoon from Mohammed Abdu Arena on the Boulevard in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. It will begin at noon ET with a kickoff show starting one hour earlier at 11 a.m. on Peacock. CBS Sports will be with you the whole way through the event, providing updates and highlights as the action goes down in the live blog below.

What Time Does WWE Crown Jewel 2021 Start? Card, Live Stream Info, How To Watch The Matches Online

The Beast is back! Sentient action figure Brock Lesnar returns to the ring to battle Roman Reigns for the Universal Championship at Crown Jewel. Today’s event features an array of exciting matches as Becky Lynch defends her SmackDown Women’s Championship against Bianca Belair and Sasha Banks, Edge and Seth Rollins collide in a hotly-anticipated Hell in a Cell Match, Finn Bálor and Xavier Woods might just steal the whole damn show when they meet in the finals of the King of the Ring tournament, and the Mega Powers once again explode as Big E defends his WWE Championship against former title-holder Drew McIntyre.

Crown Jewel 2021: How to watch and what to watch for WWE October PPV

The WWE returns to pay-per-view on Thursday afternoon with Crown Jewel coming live from Mohammed Abdu Arena in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

This is the company’s first PPV in Saudi Arabia since Super Showdown in February of 2020, right before the outset of the pandemic. Given the time difference between Saudi Arabia and the United States, the show will begin at noon ET.

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