There has been a ton of media coverage surrounding the Greatest Royal Rumble pay-per-view. WWE has called the show a success and they are hoping that in a few years women will be able to take part in future events. In the days leading up to the show, Triple H talked about the changes be made to the culture towards equality for women.
While publicly, most WWE Superstars have kept their thoughts to themselves on the politics behind this show, Corey Graves reminded fans how lucky we are in the United States.
Graves wrote, “A drink to remember that no matter how bad WE think we have it, at least our women have rights and we all have freedom of expression. ?? #ifyougetityougetit”
The WWE Superstars are already back in the United States and, by all accounts, they are happy to get some time off before a Smackdown live event and Raw on Monday.
WWE’s deal with Saudi Arabia is for 10 years so you can expect more shows in that country over the next few years. For those of you that missed it, there was an apology issued in Saudi Arabia after some of the women were featured in a commercial on the big screens in the stadium. Click here to read more on the apology and click here to see the live reaction from fans when they saw Carmella on the big screen.