WWE Crown Jewel 2022 Overtakes Clash At The Castle To Break Major Record

Logan Paul makes his entrance at WWE Crown Jewel 2022

WWE Crown Jewel 2022 took place on November 5th and was headlined by the clash between Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns and Logan Paul.

While the show, and especially the main event were received well by fans, it appears that it was also deemed a success by the company.

WWE Crown Jewel 2022 Sets New Record

A new report from Fightful Select has claimed that a memo to WWE Executives noted that the event has become the most-viewed international Premium Live Event in history. The record had previously been held by Clash At The Castle which was held on September 3rd in Cardiff, Wales.

You can find the top five most-viewed events in Saudi Arabia below.

  1. Crown Jewel 2022
  2. Greatest Royal Rumble 2018
  3. Elimination Chamber 2021
  4. Crown Jewel 2021
  5. Super ShowDown 2019

WWE also noted seven-figure viewership for the event on Peacock.

The main event clash between Roman Reigns and Logan Paul captured the imagination of fans, with the YouTube star again impressing in-ring. Despite the bout being only his third match in WWE, Paul pushed Reigns all of the way, although he was eventually pinned following a Superman Punch and a Spear. His performance was even more impressive given he tore his ACL and MCL during the clash.

Elsewhere, Brock Lesnar defeated Bobby Lashley via a somewhat fortune pin after being trapped into the Hurt Lock and unable to escape. Damage CTRL also regained the Women’s Tag Team Titles just five days after losing the gold to Alexa Bliss and Asuka on Raw

WWE Crown Jewel 2022 Results

  • Brock Lesnar def Bobby Lashley
  • Damage CTRL def Asuka & Alexa Bliss NEW Women’s Tag Team Champions
  • Drew McIntyre def Karrion Kross
  • Judgment Day def AJ Styles, Karl Anderson, Luke Gallows
  • Braun Strowman def Omos
  • The Usos (c) def The Brawling Brutes
  • Bianca Belair (c) def Bayley
  • Roman Reigns (c) def Logan Paul