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WWE announces 'Crown Jewel,' another event in Saudi Arabia

WWE announced that it will be returning to Saudi Arabia in 2018, as “Crown Jewel” will take place in Riyadh in November.

The event, presented by the Saudi General Sports Authority in partnership with WWE, will be held at King Fahd International Stadium in Riyadh on Friday, Nov.

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Chaos reigns at WWE Hell in a Cell

On “Raw” over the past few weeks, it had seemed that internal logic and consistency had taken a back seat to what would be more entertaining in the moment. The show took so many weird turns, particularly in the main-event picture, that didn't seem to make sense, and yet the show seemed to revel in the chaos. And that seemed to be the approach WWE took with the main event of the night.

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WWE SummerSlam recap: Roman Reigns finally topples Brock Lesnar

They say the third time's the charm. In this case, it took four times, but finally Roman Reigns dethroned “The Beast” Brock Lesnar and is the new WWE Universal Champion.

Unsurprisingly, Reigns stood tall in the main event of SummerSlam on Sunday night. What was somewhat surprising was the way the crowd reacted.

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Nikolai Volkoff, WWE Hall of Famer with Maryland ties, dies at 70

Nikolai Volkoff, a WWE Hall of Famer and Maryland resident, died at the age of 70 on Sunday morning, the WWE announced.

His wife Lynn Peruzovic confirmed his death to the Associated Press. She said he has had heart problems, and that when she went to give him medicine, he was not responsive.

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WWE announces first all-women pay-per-view event, 'Evolution'

WWE kicked off Raw on Monday night by having Vince McMahon, Stephanie McMahon and Triple H announce the first pay-per-view event that will feature exclusively women's wrestling.

The PPV, called “Evolution,” will take place Oct. 28 at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, N.Y..

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2018 WWE Extreme Rules recap: Clock fiasco again puts focus on the fans

At Sunday night's Extreme Rules, it seemed as if the story of the night would be that the WWE put the Intercontinental title in the main event, finally acquiescing to the fans' desires. Instead, it was yet another pay-per-view in which the discussion was about the fans.

Yes, Seth Rollins vs. Dolph Ziggler in an Ironman match for the IC title was the main event.

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