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Crown Jewel 2022: Final results for November PPV

WWE returned to pay-per-view on Saturday with Crown Jewel at Mrsool Park in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Here are the results from the show.

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The WWE will returned to pay-per-view this weekend with Crown Jewel coming live from Mrsool Park in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

The main event saw undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns successfully defend his title against Logan Paul. We also saw a title change and an appearance by Bray Wyatt.

Here are the final results from Saturday’s show:

Undisputed WWE Universal Championship - Roman Reigns (c) vs. Logan Paul

Winner: Roman Reigns via pinfall

By the skin of his teeth, the reign of the “Tribal Chief” continues. Reigns put down an upset bid from the social media influencer to walk out of Saudi Arabia with his belts still in tact.

The story of the match was Reigns underestimating Paul and being put on his heels. The YouTube star pulled out several things from his bag of tricks, including multiple Superman punches and a frogsplash on the champ through an announce table.

The match broke down when Paul’s brother Jake started getting into it with the Bloodline outside of the ring. Logan hit a dive on the outside, taking out the Usos and Sikoa in the process. When he got back into the ring, Reigns put him down with a Superman punch and a spear for the win.

Before the main event, we have a Bray Wyatt sighting.

Raw Women’s Championship - Bianca Belair (c) vs. Bayley (Last Woman Standing match)

Winner: Bianca Belair

This was a fun Last Woman Standing match full of plenty of action all over the arena. We got Bayley attempting to commit vehicular manslaughter with a golf cart, Belair planted Bayley through a table, and more. In the end, the champ hit the challenger with a K.O.D. onto a bunch of steel chairs and trapped her in a ladder to get the 10-count for the win.

Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship - The Usos (c) vs. The Brawling Brutes

Winner: The Usos via pinfall

The Usos and the Brawling Brutes had a banger in Saudi Arabia and in the end, the champs retained. Things started to break down at the end and the match ended when both twin brothers hit Butch with a super 1D off the top rope for the win.

With the victory, the Usos’ have now been tag champs for 475 days and are within eight days of breaking the New Day’s record. They will face the New Day on Smackdown next Friday night with the titles and the record on the line.

Braun Strowman vs. Omos

Winner: Braun Strowman via pinfall

The “Monster Among Men” emerged victorious in this battle of the giants. Omos was dominant and controlled most of this matchup. However, Strowman was able to find an opening and with one powerslam, he picked up his first ppv victory since returning to the company several weeks ago.

The O.C. vs. The Judgement Day

Winner: Judgement Day via pinfall

This was a hard hitting six-man tag team match. Rhea Ripley once again proved to be the X-factor, distracting A.J. Styles long enough for Finn Balor to capitalize and hit the coup-de-grace for the win.

Drew McIntyre vs. Karrion Kross (Steel cage match)

Winner: Drew McInytre via escape

Drew McIntyre gets the last laugh in this fall feud, escaping the cage to defeat Karrion Kross.

We saw plenty of brawling, a superplex, and even McIntyre getting maced in the face during this match. The match ended when Scarlett locked the ring door to prevent McIntyre from escaping. Instead, the “Scottish Psychopath” got the upperhand and escaped over the top, leaving Kross locked in.

WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship - Asuka/Alexa Bliss (c) vs. Damage CTRL

Winner: Damage CTRL via pinfall

The reign of Alexa Bliss and Asuka lasted just five days as Iyo Sky and Dakota Kai of Damage CTRL regained the titles in Saudi Arabia.

This was a competitive matchup where both teams went back-and-forth. The turning point of the match came when Nikki Cross came out while the referee was distracted and hit her former tag partner Bliss with Twisted Bliss. Damage CTRL was able to pick up the win off the interference and regain the belts.

This appears to be leading right into Survivor Series WarGames in three weeks.

Brock Lesnar vs. Bobby Lashley

Winner: Brock Lesnar via pinfall

This match was a sprint that lasted less than 10 minutes and Lesnar ended up surviving.

Lashley was the aggressor to start the match, hitting Lesnar with three spears, one of which through the ringside barricade. He continued to be the aggressor throughout and put the “Beast” into the Hurt Lock. The match ended when Lesnar kicked off the ropes, landed on Lashley, and leveraged himself for the pin.

After the match, a frustrated Lashley put Lesnar into another Hurt Lock, so it appears that this feud isn’t over.