WWE Crown Jewel 2023 begins at what time? What you should know

WWE Crown Jewel 2023 begins at what time? What you should know

The promotion for WWE Crown Jewel 2023 has scheduled exciting matches, including Roman Reigns, LA Knight, Logan Paul, and more. The event is quickly coming.

For some time now, Saudi Arabia has been the host of several high-end live events annually. Following the highly positive reception that Night of Champions 2023 received from the fan community, WWE Crown Jewel 2023 will be the following installment. You’ll find the information you need if you’re unsure about when it starts in your region.

When is WWE Crown Jewel 2023 taking place?

The event will begin at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT on November 4 and originate from Mohammed Abdu Arena in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. An hour ahead of schedule will be the kickoff show. Below is a list of the start times for the different regions.

  • 1 p.m. – United States, Eastern
  • 10 a.m. – United States, Pacific
  • 5 p.m. – United Kingdom
  • 10:30 p.m. – India and Sri Lanka
  • 8 p.m. – Saudi Arabia (AST)
  • 2 a.m., November 5 – Japan

While fans worldwide may watch the premium live event on the WWE Network, American viewers can see it on Peacock. The Sony LIV app is another way for Indian fans to follow the action.

Match card for WWE Crown Jewel 2023

In the main event of the evening, Roman Reigns, the WWE Undisputed Universal Champion, will defend his championship against LA Knight, the megastar. At WWE Crown Jewel 2023, fans will also see The Greatest of All Time, John Cena, square off against Solo Sikoa.

On November 4, Rey Mysterio and Logan Paul will square off for the United States Championship after Mysterio accepted Paul’s challenge during a previous SmackDown programme. In a one-on-one match, the World Heavyweight Championship will also be at stake. For the first time, Seth Rollins will defend his title against Drew McIntyre.

At the event, the two Women’s Titles are up for grabs. IYO SKY will defend her WWE Women’s Championship against Bianca Belair, while Rhea Ripley will defend her Women’s World Championship against Raquel Rodriguez, Nia Jax, Zoey Stark, and Shayna Baszler in a Fatal Five-Way Match.

Sami Zayn will compete against JD McDonagh in a singles match at the kickoff show, while Cody Rhodes will square off against Damian Priest of The Judgement Day to end their intense rivalry.

Could a great name make a comeback to face Roman Reigns in the 2023 WWE Crown Jewel event? These five scenarios have the potential to steal the show.


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