Crackstreams!! WWE Crown Jewel 2023 LIVE STREAM@REDDIT
WWE is loaded with star power this evening as Crown Jewel returns to Saudi Arabia. 2023 WWE Crown Jewel Live Stream: card, date, matches, match card, start time, predictions, rumors, location
Crown Jewel takes place in Saudi Arabia on Saturday, Nov. 4, with a loaded match card on deck
Like football, the F1 and more, the wrestling giant has its own ties to Saudi Arabia, and this weekend’s show marks the latest in the their longrunning partnership.
When it comes to the matches themselves, WWE has once again gone all out with some huge bouts as the likes of John Cena, Logan Paul and Roman Reigns are all in action.
With five championship clashes and two more bitter grudge matches, most of the card has the potential to steal the show, while there is plenty of room for surprises whether that’s title changes or big returns.
Before today’s show, we’ve put together a guide with streaming details, start times, the full match card and predictions.
Here’s everything you need to know…
When is WWE Crown Jewel 2023?
WWE presents Crown Jewel today (November 4). With the event taking place in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, all the action on the main card kicking off at 4pm for fans here in the UK.
How can you watch WWE Crown Jewel 2023?
There will be the usual Kickoff show – this time with an exclusive match – available on the WWE Network, WWE.com, the WWE app, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Twitch at midnight.
For fans in the UK, you can tune into the main Crown Jewel event either by streaming live or watching on demand via the WWE Network, or you can order the event via TNT Sports Box Office.
WWE Crown Jewel 2023 full match card
Undisputed WWE Universal Title: Roman Reigns (c) vs. LA Knight
World Heavyweight Title: Seth Rollins (c) vs. Drew McIntyre
John Cena vs. Solo Sikoa
United States Title: Rey Mysterio (c) vs. Logan Paul
Women’s World Title: Rhea Ripley (c) vs. Nia Jax vs. Shayna Baszler vs. Zoey Stark vs. Raquel Rodriguez
WWE Women’s Title: Iyo Sky (c) vs. Bianca Belair
Cody Rhodes vs. Damian Priest
Kickoff: Sami Zayn vs. JD McDonagh
What can you expect from WWE Crown Jewel? John Cena, LA Knight, Logan Paul, Kairi Sane and more
Starting at the top, it’s unlikely fan favourite LA Knight is the one to dethrone Roman Reigns, but the key here is for WWE to make sure the megastar retains his incredible momentum even in defeat.
A loss to Seth Rollins will continue Drew McIntyre’s story of frustration and bitterness in the best way, while it feels like John Cena actually needs his first singles win in years despite facing rising star Solo Sikoa.
It won’t make fans happy, but Grayson Waller was right in our interview – tonight is likely the night Logan Paul wins his first championship in WWE at the expense of Hall of Famer Rey Mysterio.
Iyo Sky vs. Bianca Belair could go either way, but either way it sounds like a returning Kairi Sane could have an impact on the result, while Rhea Ripley should retain her Women’s World Title despite a strong field of challengers.
Cody Rhodes should get the win over Damian Priest, but Senor Money In the Bank could always cash in later in the night, while there’s no way Sami Zayn should be losing to JD McDonagh here.
As WWE heads toward the end of 2023, attention turns to Saudi Arabia. WWE will host the 2023 edition of Crown Jewel in Riyadh on Saturday afternoon.
The action features prominent storylines from the Bloodline and Judgement Day factions. Undisputed WWE universal champion Roman Reigns is back in action when he defends his crown against red-hot contender LA Knight. Bloodline enforcer Solo Sikoa is in singles action when he takes on legend John Cena.
Judgement Day leader Rhea Ripley will have to hold off four challengers to her crown when she takes on Nia Jax, Zoey Stark, Shayna Baszler and Raquel Rodriguez in a fatal five-way match. And Damian Priest looks to end his ongoing rivalry and feud with Cody Rhodes when they tussle in singles action.
Knight is WWE's biggest success story this year. Saddled with a terribly male modeling manager gimmick upon his main roster debut, Knight has flourished since reverting to his NXT persona. Knight is getting some of the loudest crowd reactions these days and he teamed with John Cena to defeat Jimmy Uso and Solo Sikoa at Fastlane. Knight shined in a verbal altercation with Reigns on SmackDown and will now officially face him at Crown Jewel.
The pay-per-view will start with the kickoff match where Sami Zayn will take on JD McDongha. Sami Zayn is the heavy favorite to win, and this match has the potential to be one of the best of the night, as both Sami and JD are known for their high-flying, fast-paced wrestling.
The American Nightmare, Cody Rhodes, will face the current Mr. Money in the Bank, Damian Priest, in a singles matchup. This match is one of the most challenging to predict. Damian has a low probability of winning, and he could lose, leading to Cody Rhodes winning the match.
IYO SKY is set to defend her SmackDown Women's Championship against Bianca Belair. IYO SKY is expected to retain the championship, and there may be subtle signs of cracks within the Damage Ctrl faction.
Rhea Ripley will defend her Raw Women's Championship against Nia Jax, Raquel, Zoey, and Shayna in a fatal five-match. Rhea Ripley is predicted to retain her title, with a significant reason being WWE's plan to go to Elimination Chamber 2024, where she is rumored to headline her hometown show.