The WWE Crown Jewel event, which is being held in Saudi Arabia as part of the activities of the Riyadh season, will witness a decisive confrontation in which three of the most prominent WWE wrestlers will compete for the SmackDown Women’s title.
Becky Lynch, the current title holder, is preparing to defend it by facing Bianca Belair and Sasha Banks in the face of the triple challenge, and the three wrestlers combine a long history of intense competition and challenge, their expected legendary fight is heading to WWE Crown Jewel at the Mohammed Abdo Theater in Riyadh, especially after the confrontation. The match that brought them together as part of the main event of WrestleMania last April, and then Bianca Belair and Sasha Banks almost repeated the bout at SummerSlam, but that all changed in the blink of an eye, when Becky Lynch returned to the ring at Sasha Banks’ shop, To snatch the SmackDown Women’s Championship from Bianca in just 26 seconds.
During the individual fights that brought together female wrestlers during WWE Extreme Rules, at which time Bianca’s control over the course of the fight appeared by pinning her rival Becky against the ropes, but Sasha’s sudden return to the fight ring alone changed the course of the conflict, resuming her long dispute with Bianca and renewing the atmosphere of the arch competition that brings her together with Becky, who She came to prominence during the 2019 Hell in a Cell match.
This three-way match is expected to witness a high level of competition and challenge, as both Bianca Belair and Sasha Banks are hungry for the title, and Becky Lynch finds herself at risk of losing it if she is eliminated from the fight by pinning or surrendering.
The fight will take place on Thursday evening, October 21, as part of the WWE Crown Jewel events hosted by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia during the activities of the Riyadh season, and freestyle wrestling fans in the region can follow the events of the event live on the WWE Network.
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