The WWE Crown Jewel 2021 is going to be held on Thursday, October 21 at Mohammed Abdu Arena. The live stream of the match will begin at 9.30 PM ET. Keep reading this article for Crown Jewel live stream, match card, start time, and more.
Roman Reigns will fight against Brock Lesnar to defend his WWE Universal Title. They have a long-standing rivalry that is going on in the ring. Fans have been eagerly waiting to see Brock for a long time ever since he returned at Summerslam. He last fought at Wrestlemania 36 and it has been a long time since he is not in a fight. This time, he has challenged for the Universal Championship.
There will also be a triple threat match between Becky Lynch, Sasha Banks, and Bianca Belair for the WWE Smackdown Women’s Title. Edge and Seth Rollins will also fight in hell in the cell match.
When and Where is WWE Crown Jewel 2021?
The main event will start approximately from 9:30 PM ET onwards Thursday, October 21. The time will depend on the length of the other events.
The match will happen in the Mohammed Abdu Arena on the Boulevard in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
So the people of Riyadh will be able to watch the Crown Jewel from the stadium. The stadium has a capacity of 22,000 spectators.
The tickets are in the sale. The ticket price will start from 50 riyals. If you want a seat in the vox, it will cost you 2800 riyals. Buy your ticket before the time runs out.
How to Watch WWE Crown Jewel 2021 Live Stream Online?
WWE Crown Jewel live stream is available on Peacock and WWE Network.
Also, various live streaming platforms will broadcast the WWE Crown Jewel 2021. If you are someone from the USA, you will be able to see the match live on Peacock. You will have to subscribe to the platform for only $4.99.
In the UK, you can watch the Crown Jewel live stream on the WWE network. But this will only be available for their paid subscribers. You will have to pay $9.99 for that. Foxtel will broadcast the event to the WWE fans of Australia. It will cost you $25 per month.
How to watch Crown Jewel Live on TV in India?
WWE Crown Jewel will be available on BT Sport Box Office. The fans of the UK will be able to watch the match on this channel. The subscription fee will cost you £14.95.
In India, Sony Pictures Sports Network will broadcast the return of WWE Crown Jewel LIVE in four different languages. Sony Ten 1/ 1 HD channels will have English coverage, While Sony Ten 3/ 3 HD channels will be in Hindi while Sony Ten 4 channels in Tamil and Telugu. The WWE Crown Jewel 2021 can also be live streamed on the SonyLIV app or website.
- Universal Championship – Roman Reigns (c) vs. Brock Lesnar
- SmackDown Women’s Championship – Becky Lynch (c) vs. Bianca Belair vs. Sasha Banks (Triple Threat Match)
- WWE Championship – Big E (c) vs. Drew McIntyre
- No Holds Barred Match – Bobby Lashley vs. Goldberg (No Disqualification)
- Hell in a Cell – Edge vs. Seth Rollins
- RAW Tag Team Championship Match – Randy Orton & Riddle vs. AJ Styles & Omos
- Singles Match – Mansoor vs. Mustafa Ali
Crown Jewel WWE Predictions:
Roman Reigns vs. Brock Lesnar
This feels like a genuinely intriguing match in part because Lesnar is such a wild card when it comes to Vince McMahon. It’s hard to imagine ending Reigns’ epic run with the title but if there’s a guy you can imagine ending it, it’s Lesnar. Paul Heyman is the X factor in all this, and that’s a good thing because they’ve almost made it more about what he’ll do and less about who is going to win.
- Pick: Roman Reigns
Becky Lynch vs. Bianca Belair vs. Sasha Banks
Until recently, I would have said anyone but Becky, especially with a stipulation where she wouldn’t have to factor into the decision to lose her SmackDown Women’s title. But the way things have played out over the last few weeks, I think The Man is the only answer.
- Pick: Becky Lynch
Big E vs. Drew McIntyre
This mini-feud is the definition of meh. But the match should be fun with two big meaty men slapping meat. Drew Mac does the favors and makes Big E look like the force he needs to be leading Raw going forward.
- Pick: Big E
Bobby Lashley vs. Goldberg
Genuinely curious to see how far Goldberg goes with all these threats of literal murder. Would laugh forever if he still lost. He won’t, but it would be great fun if he did.
- Pick: Goldberg
Edge vs. Seth Rollins
He’s not as synonymous with the Monday Night War era as Bill, but close enough that I think the Crown Prince probably has a cousin who doesn’t want to see him lose.
- Pick: Edge
RK-Bro vs. AJ Styles & Omos
This doesn’t quite feel like the time to take the titles off RK-Bro, unless they want to get right back to singles plans for Orton as the new roster is coming in next week. That actually seems possible. Hmmm. You know what? Let’s go with that.
- Pick: AJ Styles & Omos
Mansoor vs. Mustafa Ali
Saudi man wins in Saudi Arabia, the one place where WWE never has the hometown hero lose, film at 11.
- Pick: Mansoor
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The long-lasting wait of the WWE fans will be over after a few moments. Fans will be able to see the best fighters to fight for titles. The main focus will be on Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar match. Will the beast be able to take the title away from the king? Or a Spear will knock him out? We will see it after a few time.