Xavier Woods def. Jinder Mahal will advance to the final of the King of the Ring Tournament
The ambitious King Xavier Woods intended to get one step closer to the throne, but for that he had to go through the Jinder Mahal. With Kofi Kingston in his corner to try and neutralize the sinister Vir and Shanki, Woods found a loophole and contacted his huge elbow jump on Mahal to earn himself a ride to the King of the Ring Tournament finals against Finn Balor in WWE. Pearl of the crown.
Austin Theory def. Jeff Hardy
Initially expecting to fight R-Truth, Austin Theory got stumped when Jeff Hardy showed up, eager for some revenge in a rematch. The promising Theory scored another victory, but The Charismatic Enigma had the last laugh after the fight as he nailed Theory with a twist of fate and took a selfie of his own with the fallen rookie.
WWE Champion Big E and Drew McIntyre win. Dolph Ziggler and Robert Rood
Another attempt to coexist between WWE Champion Big E and Drew McIntyre was ring-to-ring, as the formidable duo knocked out former Tag Team Champions Dolph Ziggler and Robert Rod. The end came when Big E ditched Ore with a big ending to cement the victory, and the alliance between the WWE champion and Scottish warrior proved to be short-lived as they continued to chat with each other with an eye on the WWE Crown Jewel.
Mansoor def. Cedric Alexander
Now one-on-one, Mansour set out to prove himself in a one-on-one battle against Cedric Alexander, and he did it. Mansour won the victory after hitting Alexander with an impressive springboard that provoked the appearance of his WWE Crown Jewel rival Mustafa Ali. Ali kept throwing a few harsh words at Mansour, but the Saudi Arabian superstar responded aggressively and displayed a strength that was never there before heading into battle in Riyadh.
Raw Tag Team Champions RK-Bro vs. The Street Profits ended without a competition
Street Profits were back on Raw and they wanted to quit smoking straight away in team action against the Tag Team Champions of the red brand, RK-Bro. Randy Orton and Riddle were in the midst of a fierce battle against Montes Ford and Angelo Dawkins as Omos slowly descended the ramp for a better view. After setting up a distraction, A.J. Styles appeared to inflict a devastating Phenomenal forearm on Orton, ending the fight.
All the attention was drawn to trying to stop Stiles and the colossal Omos, but it was useless as Riddle, Ford and Dawkins remained deceitful thanks to former Raw Tag Team champions who ended the attack with a powerful blow from Omos. to the Snake.
Doudrop def. Shayna Basler will reach the final of the Queen’s Crown Tournament
Zelena Vega wanted to get a closer look at who her rival in the Royal Crown Tournament is, and she did just that when Doodrop fought Shaina Bazler. Doodrop prevailed when she quickly repulsed Kirifud’s bout with a pin to shock Basler and earn herself a spot in the WWE Crown Jewel Queen’s Crown Tournament finals.
Finn Balor def. MACE
Before this battle could begin, Xavier Woods felt his presence to take his seat on the throne of the King of the Ring and watch the match. Finn Balor overcame the menacing MACE when he presented his patented Coup de Grace to deserve the victory.
In the aftermath of the fight, Balor and Woods flared up ahead of their clash in the WWE Crown Jewel King of the Ring Tournament finals as Kofi Kingston had to come out to keep the peace between would-be new kings.
Bianca Belair def. Raw Women’s Champion Charlotte Fleur by Disqualification
Bianca Belair had set out to earn herself a Raw Women’s title before competing for the women’s SmackDown title at WWE Crown Jewel, and it looks like she was heading towards that until Charlotte Flair added a steel chair to the equation to wrap up the thrilling Raw Main Event. The Women’s Raw Champion was disqualified and retained her title, but WWE EST had the last laugh when she hit Flair with one swift stroke of a steel chair before shifting gears to Becky Lynch and Sasha Banks at WWE Crown Jewel.