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WWE Crown Jewel 2021″ will air on Thursday, Oct. 21. The event will take place at the Mohammed Abdu Arena on the Boulevard in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, with the main show beginning at 12 p.m. ET. WWE Crown Jewel 2021: How to live stream and watch online

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The night will feature both some of the year’s biggest matches and the high point of several of its storylines.

Here’s what you need to know to watch “WWE Crown Jewel 2021″ online as it airs.

When is WWE Crown Jewel 2021?

“WWE Crown Jewel 2021″ will be live, and available to watch via Peacock (free trial), on Sunday, Oct. 21.

What time does ‘WWE WWE Crown Jewel 2021′ start?

The “WWE Crown Jewel 2021″ main event will begin in full at 12 p.m. eastern time, although there will be a pre-show which begins at 11 a.m.

How do I watch ‘WWE WWE Crown Jewel 2021′?

“WWE Crown Jewel 2021″ will be available to watch on Peacock (free trial) live as it airs. Because Peacock is now the official home of the WWE, this will be the only place to watch the event, whether live or on-demand.

Peacock is a must-have if you’re interested in watching any future WWE events, whether that includes “WrestleMania” itself or later highlights of the 2021 calendar. There will be no other way to view these events.

What matches will be featured in ‘WWE WWE Crown Jewel 2021′?

The declared matches for “WWE Crown Jewel 2021″ are currently available to view here.

WWE Crown Jewel 2021 Live Streaming: WWE Crown Jewel, the final event before the changes of the WWE Draft goes into effect for both Raw and SmackDown, is all set to thrill the fans across the globe. The mega-event will take place in Saudi Arabia.

The third installment of the WWE PPV event has already garnered interest from WWE fans in India, with the highly anticipated in-ring return of WWE superstar, “The Beast” Brock Lesnar after he challenged Roman Reigns at the end of SummerSlam 2021. Both superstars will be seen in the title match of WWE Crown Jewel 2021 with Roman Reigns defending his Universal Championship title.

The event also provides for an interesting match card with another championship match where SmackDown Women’s Champion Becky Lynch will engage in a triple threat bout with Bianca Belair and Sasha Banks. The Scottish Warrior, Drew McIntyre will also seek to reclaim his lost WWE title against the current titleholder, Big E, who will defend his title for the first time at a major PPV event, making it an explosive showdown. To make the event more exciting, Goldberg and Bobby Lashley will also be seen in a No Holds Barred Match.


Universal Championship Match
Roman Reigns (c) vs. Brock Lesnar

WWE Champion Big E vs. Drew McIntyre

SmackDown Women’s Championship Match (Triple Threat Match)
Becky Lynch vs. Bianca Belair (c) vs. Sasha Banks

No Holds Barred Match
Goldberg vs. Bobby Lashley

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

WWE Crown Jewel is going down today (Thurs., Oct. 21, 2021) from Mohammed Abdu Arena on the Boulevard in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia starting at 11:00am ET, live on Peacock (in the U.S.) and WWE Network (everywhere else).

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The WWE Crown Jewel 2021 live stream will, if history repeats itself, be like none other. The financiers of these Saudi Arabia-based shows are rumored to have high and lofty demands, which often lead to very odd shows.

Remember that time Undertaker and Goldberg wrestled and it nearly led to Taker getting dropped right on his neck? Or that terrible Fiend vs Rollins Hell In a Cell match, that Rollins said (to Stone Cold) made him ‘ready to strangle’ Vince McMahon?

It is with those memories fresh in our minds that we look to Crown Jewel 2021. We don’t go in expecting a great show, but an interesting one. And with that said, we have plenty of material for both.

Even Paul Heyman is teasing something interesting for Roman Reigns vs. Brock Lesnar. On social media, the former ECW promoter posted a video promoting the fight with a big caption, which ends in “and I will be walking down the aisle at #CrownJewel with the reigning defending undisputed #WWE #UniversalHeavyweightChampion … and I assure you, I will be leaving #CrownJewel with the #WWE #UniversalHeavyweightChampion!” Note that he is willing to give adjectives about who he’s entering with but not who he’s leaving with. Our bet is that Lesnar thinks Heyman’s turning on Roman, but he’s in fact leaving with Roman.

Edge vs Seth Rollins’ Hell In a Cell match should be great given their long-term build. Xavier Woods vs Finn Bálor for King of The Ring? No reason why this shouldn’t be fantastic. Even with the little story on the table, those two can go. Hell, if you let them wrestle for long enough (and stripped the name Doudrop away), Zelina Vega and Doudrop’s Queen’s Court finals could rule.

Also, the co-main event of Becky Lynch defending the SmackDown Women’s Championship against Bianca Belair and Sasha Banks is a match — on paper — that should rule. But the last months of booking in WWE’s women’s divisions have been so thin and worthless that it’s hard to feel like this match matters. Especially when its winner is practically telegraphed by the fact that both Lynch and Belair are headed to Raw the following Monday, and only Banks will stay on the blue brand.

In other matches we hope great things for news, Big E’s first PPV title defense of the WWE Championship against Drew McIntyre should be fun. But Drew’s also changing brands, so we don’t see him leaving with Raw’s top men’s title. Also it’s too early for E to drop the gold from betwixt his muscles.

Mansoor, we bet, will stay undefeated in Saudi Arabia. And his opponent Mustafa Ali may be the baddie here, but he’s announced that his earnings from the event will go to charity.

RK-Bro seems likely to hold onto their tag titles and … oh yeah, that one other match. We really want Bobby Lashley to obliterate Goldberg. But this match just doesn’t seem like his to win.

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