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[LIVESTREAM]FREE] WWE Crown Jewel 2023 Full Show Live Free Broadcast on 4 November 2023


The WWE returns to Saudi Arabia on Saturday for WWE Crown Jewel 2023. This marks WWE’s 10th event in Saudi Arabia since signing a 2018 strategic partnership. Featuring wrestlers from Raw and Smackdown, Crown Jewel 2023 is the fifth one in company history. 2023 WWE Crown Jewel live stream, how to watch online, TV channel, start time, card, matches


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LA Knight has had the biggest rise of 2023 but dethroning Roman Reigns at WWE Crown Jewel on Saturday is a nearly insurmountable task. Riyadh hosts the meeting between the longest-reigning undisputed champion in WWE history and the promotion's hottest act today.


Reigns and The Bloodline are one of the most dominant forces in professional wrestling history. Knight has the full backing of WWE fans as he looks to do the unthinkable. Seth Rollins, Drew McIntyre, Sami Zayn, Cody Rhodes, and Jey Uso all failed to overcome Reigns, but Knight is brimming with confidence in pursuit of the biggest moment of his 20-year career. Rollins, Rhea Ripley and Iyo Sky are also scheduled to defend their respective world titles at Crown Jewel.


WWE is rolling out the red carpet for some major stars for their latest trip to Saudi Arabia. John Cena searches for a singles win that has eluded him for five years against The Bloodline's enforcer Solo Sikoa. It may very well be the last appearance of Cena's current stint with the company. Plus, Internet star Logan Paul returns to WWE in pursuit of Rey Mysterio's United States championship.


Below is how you can catch all the action on Saturday night.


Watch 2023 WWE Crown Jewel


Date: Nov. 4, 2023

Location: Mohammed Abdu Arena -- Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Start time: 1 p.m. ET (Noon ET kickoff show)

Watch live: Peacock


2023 WWE Crown Jewel match card


Undisputed WWE Universal Championship -- Roman Reigns (c) vs. LA Knight

World Heavyweight Championship -- Seth Rollins (c) vs. Drew McIntyre

John Cena vs. Solo Sikoa

Women's World Championship -- Rhea Ripley (c) vs. Nia Jax vs. Shayna Baszler vs. Zoey Stark vs. Raquel Rodriguez

WWE Women's Championship -- Iyo Sky (c) vs. Bianca Belair

United States Championship -- Rey Mysterio (c) vs. Logan Paul

Cody Rhodes vs. Damian Priest

Sami Zayn vs. JD McDonagh (Kickoff match)


Crown Jewel marks the return of Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns to the company’s Premium Live Events (PLE). Reigns’ last match on PLE came at SummerSlam 2023 when he defeated Jey Uso in a Trial Combat Match. Now, Reigns will look to continue his historic run as champ when he defends his title against LA Knight.


Can Reigns win his fifth title defense of 2023? To remain champion, Reigns will have to defeat LA Knight, one of the most popular acts in the company. Raw’s top title, the World Heavyweight Championship, will be on the line when Seth “Freakin” Rollins faces Drew McIntyre. Rollins has been champion since Night of Champions this past May. Additional matches include a fatal five-way for the Women’s World Championship, Rey Mysterio and Logan Paul for the WWE United States Championship, and a singles match between John Cena and Solo Sikoa.


The event will take place at the at the Mohammed Abdu Arena in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, with the main show beginning at 8 p.m. ET. This will be the second WWE event held there since 2021.


The theme of “Crown Jewel” isn’t as specific as other events, but it will feature some of the most anticipated matches of the year, including Rey Mysterio vs. Logan Paul and, of course, Solo Sikoa vs. John Cena.


WWE Crown Jewel 2023, headlined by Roman Reigns vs. LA Knight for the Undisputed Universal Championship, is poised to continue the company’s impressive stretch of successful international events.


Over the past couple of years, major shows like Clash at the Castle, Elimination Chamber and Night of Champions have consistently shattered records, and Crown Jewel should be no different. The blockbuster pay-per-view, emanating from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, quickly sold out and even had to add more seats due to high demand for the star-studded show.


That’s further evidence of WWE’s hot streak, with 2023 being a banner year for the company. With Knight vs. Reigns and top acts like Logan Paul, John Cena, Seth Rollins and Cody Rhodes all set for marquee singles matches, Crown Jewel is an important event to keep WWE’s momentum going just a few weeks ahead of Survivor Series.


Cody Rhodes, likely headed for a WrestleMania 40 main event match against Roman Reigns, really shouldn’t be losing between now and then.


At Crown Jewel, Rhodes will battle Damian Priest as his seemingly never-ending rivalry with Judgment Day continues. But it’s time for Rhodes to finally and firmly put Priest and Judgment Day in the rearview mirror, and the best way to do that is with a clean victory over Priest.


The current Money in the Bank holder, Priest has consistently proven that he can rebound after taking big losses, and given Rhodes’ expected trajectory, Priest needs to take another “L” in Saudi Arabia. That will pave the way for Rhodes to keep his momentum going over the next six months in route to an inevitable clash with Reigns.


Roman Reigns will put his modern-day title reign record on the line when he defends against LA Knight, whose meteoric rise has resulted in a championship match in the main event of a premium live event. Despite his momentum, Knight defeating Reigns would mark a historic upset — the end of an era of WWE. Don’t expect it to happen, but crazier things have occurred.


Elsewhere in The Bloodline, Solo Sikoa will face John Cena as tensions have been brewing between the two throughout the fall. Jimmy Uso has been making his presence known in Bloodline-related matches, however, so perhaps he will show up here to spoil the night for Cena.

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