For all her efforts, Becky Lynch was not able to push WWE officials or Vince McMahon to allow her to drop the title to Shayna Baszler.
AJ Styles won a prestigious honor as PWI's Wrestler of the Decade. Also, there's a class action lawsuit against WWE regarding the Saudi Arabia deal.
There has been significant talk about WWE wrestlers not wanting to return to Saudi Arabia. But what are those reasons exactly?
The Undertaker is rumored to appear at WWE Super ShowDown. While Rusev is being replaced by none other than Rey Mysterio for the event.
Former WWE superstar Sunny will be released from prison soon according to sources. In other news, Saudi Arabia events keep causing controversy.
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According to sources, Goldberg will be wrestling in Saudi Arabia. In other news, Sting is in talks with the WWE to make an in-ring return.
As usual, the WWE are pulling out some big names for their next Saudi Arabia pay-per-view. One of the names that has been added is Hulk Hogan.
There are report going around that Sting will be wrestling at the February 27 Saudi Arabia show. Also, NXT's Io Shirai is injured and out months.
A WWE Superstar nearly a free agent? is he or isn't he? And, who is he...? Also, we have some more news on WWE-Saudi Arabia
Several WWE superstars have refused to work in Saudi Arabia due to tensions in the Middle East + The reason why Tessa Blanchard has not been signed.
In spite of all the recent controversy, it appears WWE is once again set to return to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Also, AEW is poised to make offers soon
There has been lots of speculation that CM Punk could return to the ring since appearing on WWE backstage. Still, Punk does not seem interested!
The WWE continues to deny its relationship with Saudi Arabia is strained + several wrestlers should get a push in the nearby future.
Now, we are leaning more about the WWE travel woes in Saudi Arabia. Also, Lance Storm is returning to WWE and AEW signed a new star.
Most of WWE was stuck in Saudi Arabia and rumors are the entire ordeal involved Vince McMahon being owed several $100 million by the Saudi Arabian Prince.
The Saudi Arabia plane incident has been widely reported, but there seems to be more to the story now. Will WWE superstars make it home?
Share prices have taken another dive for the WWE, mainly due to concerns about the Saudi Arabia contract. Will the WWE recovery this year?
Natalya and Lacey Evans had the first ever women's wrestling match in Saudi Arabia, but it did not all go according to WWE's plan.
As WWE returns to Saudi Arabia as part of a ten year deal in a matter of days, we look back the 15 best and worst matches produced.