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WWE King and Queen of the Ring 2024 Results: Everything you need to know

The latest controversial event from Saudi Arabia has now taken place, but what actually happened at WWE King and Queen of the Ring?

First off though, lets discuss how events emanating from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are so controversial, and what ‘Sportswashing’ actually means.

WWE King and Queen of the Ring: Why are WWE events in Saudi Arabia controversial?

WWE has an ongoing business relationship with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which is worth in the tens of millions for the company to produce shows multiple times a year in the region.

Saudi Arabia has been accused of ‘sportswashing’ by several notable analysts over the past few years. Sportswashing is a phrase used to describe the practice of nations, corporations, or governments using sports/entertainment to improve global reputations.

If you’re looking for more information on the alleged violations of human rights in Saudi Arabia, then click through to this resource from Amnesty International

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WWE King and Queen of the Ring Results

Here are the full results from WWE King and Queen of the Ring:

  • WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship Countdown Match: Bianca Belair & Jade Cargill (c) b. Candice LeRae & Indi Hartwell – Belair and Cargill took the win to retain their titles
  • Women’s World Championship Match: Liv Morgan b. Becky Lynch – Morgan hit the ObLIVion to win the title! AND NEW!
  • Intercontinental Championship Triple Threat Match: Sami Zayn b. Chad Gable and Bronson Reed – Sami hit the Helluva Kick on Bronson Reed to retain his title
  • Queen of the Ring Tournament Final: Nia Jax b. Lyra Valkyria  – After a decent back-and-forth match with Valkyria coming off like a real star, Jax would end up taking the win with the Banzai Drop/Annihilator
  • King of the Ring Tournament Final:  Gunther b. Randy Orton – Gunther took the win after kicking out of an RKO and rolling up Orton, although it was clear that only one of Randy’s shoulders were actually on the mat.
  • Undisputed WWE Championship Match: Cody Rhodes (c) b. United States Champion Logan Paul – Cody would hit three CrossRhodes to take the win and retain his title in a really entertaining main event with Paul.

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