Last week, WWE held the Greatest Royal Rumble pay-per-view in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The event was a massive financial success for the WWE so it is no wonder that they are looking to come back to the country.
Riyadh Report has reported on their Twitter handle that the WWE will be returning to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in November. This time around, the event will be held in the capital of the country, Riyadh.
The Greatest Royal Rumble was a show like none other. It is obvious that the WWE had received an unbelievable amount of money for doing such a grand show in the same month as WrestleMania 34.
WWE also got several new talents during their trip to Saudi Arabia. These men made an appearance at the Greatest Royal Rumble event in a segment against Arya and Shawn Daivari.
The first ever 50-Man Royal Rumble saw Daniel Bryan and Braun Strowman break records and make history. The Monster Among Men ended up being the eventual winner of the historic rumble.
Aside from the 50-man Royal Rumble, the event also saw the return of the Phenom, The Undertaker in a casket match against the massively popular Rusev. Also, Triple H and John Cena rekindled their epic rivalry in a singles match that saw Cena come out as the victor.
Ultimately, the event can be called a financial success and it managed to impress the Saudi audience as well.
If the WWE, in fact, returns to KSA again this year, then people can once again expect an equally stacked card. Not only that, but the company might once again receive a huge paycheck for doing another show in the same year.