Two major live events remain on WWE’s 2022 schedule, the first of which takes place on Saturday when the company heads to Saudi Arabia in search of the crown jewel.
The card for this show features big title matches, some stipulations and one match that fans have been waiting for a long time.
Logan Paul steps into the ring for his third match as he challenges Roman Reigns for the WWE Undisputed Universal Championship.
The Raw Women’s Title is also on the line in a Last Woman Standing match between Bianca Belair and Bayley, and the Undisputed Tag Team Championships are also on the line when The Brawl Brutes challenge The Usos.
International fans can access the regular WWE Network. A list of devices that support Peacock TV can be found here.
The Kickoff is available on most social media platforms, including YouTube and the WWE Network via Peacock.
Some select cable and satellite providers still offer WWE pay-per-view, but most people watch the show on a streaming device.
Here is a list of devices that support the international fan streaming service, according to WWE.com:
Amazon Fire TV
Android devices with the WWE app
iOS devices with the WWE app
Select LG, Sony and Samsung Smart TV
WWE returns to pay-per-view today as the crown jewel comes straight from Mrsool Park in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The show begins at noon ET and airs on Peacock.
WWE Undisputed Universal Championship – Roman Reigns (c) Vs. Logan Paul
This marquee title premiere took place in September when Reigns appeared on Paul’s “Impaulsive” show, and the two began trading blows on social media afterward. The Crown Jewel match became official later that week and they attended a press conference in Las Vegas to promote the clash.
Over the past month, they cut promos on Friday Night Smackdown and even faced off a few times. The focus was on Paul, the underdog, getting only one lucky shot, as shown by Jey Uso a few weeks ago. Meanwhile, the champion took to social media to express concern about the loss, insisting that his two-year reign will continue.
Raw Women’s Championship – Bianca Belair (c) vs. Bayley (Last Women’s Match)
Belair and Bayley have feuded since SummerSlam, Belair battled the Damage CTRL group of Bayley, Iyo Skya and Dakota Kai along with Alexa Bliss and Asuka. Last month, they faced off at Extreme Rules in a ladder match where the champion retained his title.
Bayley was undeterred by this setback when she scored a pinfall victory over Belair on Monday Night Raw with the help of Nikki Cross a few weeks ago. This set up a showdown for the title, where whoever can put their opponent under 10 points is declared the winner.
Brock Lesnar Vs. Bobby Lashley
This epic boss battle took place the night after Extreme Rules last month when Lesnar made a surprise return and attacked Lashley, who was scheduled to defend his United States Championship against Seth Rollins that night. An injured Lashley lost his title, prompting him to seek revenge on “The Beast”.
Drew McIntyre Vs. Karrion Kross (cage match)
Kross has targeted McIntyre with several attacks since his debut on Friday Night Smackdown a few months ago. They met in a tag team match at Extreme Rules, where Kross defeated McIntyre with help from Scarlett, who punched McIntyre in the face.
The Rookie was scheduled to compete in the first Intercontinental Championship match the following week before McIntyre attacked and incapacitated him in the parking lot. From there, this steel cage match was set up as that feud.