WWE Crown Jewel 2023 Results – Nov 4

WWE Crown Jewel 2023 Results – Nov 4

Roman Reigns retained his WWE Universal Championship at WWE Crown Jewel Special Results – Nov 4, 2023, by the narrowest margin, but The Bloodline’s overall performance left much to be desired. Reigns’ hard-fought win against LA Knight in Riyadh will be somewhat overshadowed by Solo Sikoa’s dominant display against John Cena.

While many believed that Knight had the potential to do what previous challengers couldn’t, which is dethrone Reigns, it turned out to be a challenging task. With extra assistance from Sikoa and Jimmy Uso, The Bloodline ensured that Knight’s quest for the world championship was ultimately unsuccessful.

Aside from these key moments, there were two other standout occurrences during the event. Sikoa achieved a significant victory, arguably more impressive than his “Tribal Chief” Reigns. The Bloodline’s enforcer secured a convincing win over the 16-time world champion Cena, a clean victory against the first-ballot Hall of Famer. In a separate match, Logan Paul also claimed his first championship, defeating Rey Mysterio to become the new United States titleholder.

The WWE Crown Jewel Special Results – Nov 4, 2023, was an event filled with surprising twists and unforgettable moments, making it a must-see for WWE fans.

WWE Crown Jewel 2023 Results | November 4, 2023

  • Seth Rollins def. Drew McIntyre | WWE World Title
  • Rhea Ripley wins Fatal 5-Way | WWE Women’s World Title
  • Solo Sikoa def. John Cena
  • Logan Paul def. Rey Mysterio | WWE United States Title
  • Iyo Sky def. Bianca Belair | WWE Womnen’s Title
  • Cody Rhodes vs. Damian Preist
  • Roman Reigns def. LA Knight | WWE Undisputed Universal Title

1.Sami Zayn vs. JD McDonagh

The Crown Jewel kickoff show provided Sami Zayn with an opportunity to vent his frustrations related to Judgement Day on the group’s lackey. Zayn maintained control throughout most of the match, from the traditional opening holds to the exciting finish. McDonagh managed to keep Zayn down for a brief period, but the fan-favorite rallied support from the crowd.

In the closing moments of the match, Zayn displayed his prowess by countering a moonsault from McDonagh with a well-timed knee block. He followed it up with an explosive suplex in the corner, a devastating Helluva Kick, and added a Blue Thunder Bomb for good measure. It’s worth noting that McDonagh sported a noticeable red bruise on his torso during the bout.

In the grand scheme of things, the match served its purpose as a filler to get Zayn on the show. While it may not have been a standout moment, it contributed to the overall excitement of the event, setting the stage for what was to come at WWE Crown Jewel Special

Winner : Sami Zayn

2.World Heavyweight Championship — Seth Rollins (c) vs. Drew McIntyre

The crowd in Riyadh threw their support behind Drew McIntyre, despite his somewhat brooding attitude leading up to Crown Jewel. McIntyre’s formidable strength was evident early in the match as he manhandled and chopped down the champion, Seth Rollins. Rollins, on the other hand, attempted to utilize his speed, but his suicide dive was met with a belly-to-belly suplex ringside, injuring his back.

McIntyre continued to assert his dominance, both physically and psychologically, belittling Rollins. However, this seemed to reignite the fire in the underdog champion. Rollins finally found his rhythm with a burst of offense, culminating in an impressive combination of a springboard swanton and a springboard moonsault.

This resurgence from Rollins led to a mid-match exchange of impactful moves and counters. McIntyre showcased his agility by rolling into a well-executed suplex after absorbing a superplex from the champion. He followed up with a Future Shock DDT, which Rollins barely managed to kick out of. Rollins landed a successful second suicide dive, all the while selling the damage done to his back. The story of his back injury was further emphasized as McIntyre drove him into the steel steps with a spine buster and a side slam onto the ring apron.

A moment of disrespect from McIntyre led to Rollins slapping him in the face, inciting a retaliation in the form of a clothesline. However, Rollins quickly turned the tables with a remarkable Pedigree that came close to securing the victory. Despite both competitors targeting each other’s weaknesses, Rollins managed to execute his signature Stomp. To everyone’s surprise, McIntyre somehow kicked out, dodged a Phoenix Splash, and delivered a punishing Claymore kick. Rollins miraculously got his shoulder up just in the nick of time, prompting a huge reaction from the crowd.

The match concluded when Rollins evaded a second Claymore, executed another Pedigree, and finally sealed the deal with his devastating Stomp, securing the pinfall victory. It was an intense, back-and-forth contest that left the audience at Crown Jewel on the edge of their seats.

Winner : Seth Rollins

3. Women’s World Championship — Rhea Ripley (c) vs. Nia Jax vs. Shayna Baszler vs. Zoey Stark vs. Raquel Rodriguez

Nia Jax wasted no time in making a quick exit from the ring, clearly aware of the issues she had with every other superstar in the match. As expected, a chaotic brawl erupted with the involvement of so many participants. Jax eventually found an opportunity to rejoin the action but was promptly ousted by the other four superstars. Rhea Ripley then took the initiative to clear the ring, resulting in a massive collision with Jax. Despite her imposing presence, Jax gained the upper hand and delivered a punishing leg drop on Ripley.

The fatal five-way match featured a showcase moment where each competitor had the chance to shine. Notably, Shayna Baszler provided an amusing moment in the match. The UFC veteran expertly applied ankle locks to Ripley and Zelina Vega Rodriguez with her own legs while simultaneously choking out Jax. However, this triple submission attempt was disrupted when Cora Jade Stark executed a Tower of Doom superplex, and Stark herself ended up taking the brunt of the impact.

Stark later sought retribution with a spectacular springboard dive that took out Ripley, Baszler, and Rodriguez. She followed it up with a springboard dropkick and a K-360 on Ripley, coming close to a potential upset victory. However, Jax intervened and broke up the pinfall. Rodriguez showcased her strength by planting Jax with a massive Texana Bomb, but Ripley quickly interfered.

The match concluded when Ripley executed a mid-rope Riptide on Baszler, driving her into Rodriguez and Jax. The outcome of the match may not have been in doubt, but it was a well-structured contest. The spots were innovative, the action was concise, and the right superstar emerged as the victor. Just like the opening match, this contest didn’t overstay its welcome.

Winner : Rhea Ripley

4. John Cena vs. Solo Sikoa

The live audience was absolutely pumped for John Cena, with fans singing along to his iconic theme song. Cena was acutely aware of the challenges ahead and wasted no time in setting a frenetic pace for the match. He initially relied on technical holds to control Solo Sikoa, but his main focus quickly became neutralizing the hand that Sikoa used for his devastating Samoan Spike finisher. The strategy was evident: disarm Sikoa’s most lethal weapon.

A headbutt from Sikoa marked a turning point, as The Bloodline’s enforcer began to wear down Cena while selling the damage to his injured hand. Cena managed to narrowly avoid disaster by evading the Samoan Spike on two separate occasions. He even turned the second attempt into an STF submission, but Sikoa cleverly rolled him into a pinfall to break free.

Sikoa continued to inflict punishment on Cena with powerful strikes and impactful slams. Cena dodged a third Samoan Spike and executed his signature combination of shoulder blocks followed by a five-knuckle shuffle. He then attempted an Attitude Adjustment, but Sikoa slipped off his back and countered with a Samoan Drop, coming agonizingly close to a pinfall.

Cena introduced some new maneuvers into his repertoire, thrilling the crowd by executing a chokeslam on Sikoa. Sikoa, however, slipped out of Cena’s third Attitude Adjustment attempt and hit him with a devastating Spinning Solo.

The climax of the match arrived when Cena successfully blocked a Samoan Spike and brought Sikoa down to the mat, locking in the STF submission hold. Sikoa managed to reach the ropes, forcing a break, but he didn’t stop there. He impaled Cena with a running, diving Samoan Spike. Sikoa, struggling with the pain in his hands, couldn’t make the cover. Nevertheless, he proceeded to deliver four more Samoan Spikes to Cena, and then a dozen more on the floor. Finally, Sikoa covered Cena’s motionless body for the most significant victory of his career.

The match was a showcase of resilience, power, and strategy, with Sikoa emerging victorious in a hard-fought battle against the legendary John Cena.

Winner : Solo Sikoa

5. United States Championship — Rey Mysterio (c) vs. Logan Paul

Logan Paul made his grand entrance in his signature over-the-top fashion, arriving at the arena in a dune buggy. The match kicked off with Paul engaging in some back-and-forth holds with the legendary luchador Rey Mysterio. However, Paul struggled to match Mysterio’s agility and grace. It was his power game that eventually provided Paul with an opening against his smaller opponent.

In a surprising move, Paul caught Mysterio mid-air and executed a successful roll through after Mysterio attempted a top-rope cross-body. He then slammed Mysterio into the ring post and followed it up with a springboard moonsault. Paul continued to dominate Mysterio and even paid homage to The Ultimate Warrior with his performance.

Mysterio managed to regain control after a shoulder tackle that sent Paul crashing into the ring post and out of the ring. Paul retaliated with a shaky slingshot clothesline, but Mysterio responded with a cross-face submission hold. The match’s most memorable moment occurred when Paul executed a second rope moonsault slam on Mysterio, resulting in a near fall.

As the match progressed, Paul blocked Mysterio’s signature 619, but Mysterio found an opening with a sunset bomb and a Code Red. Paul kicked out and retrieved brass knuckles from one of his associates. However, he fumbled with the knuckles outside the ring. His accomplice attempted to grab them but was intercepted by Santos Escobar, a former pupil of Mysterio’s LWO (Latino World Order). Escobar got hold of the knuckles but left them on the ring apron as he went after Paul’s associate. This inadvertent or deliberate action allowed Paul to seize the brass knuckles and strike Mysterio with them after taking a 619 from the luchador.

The match was filled with high-impact moves and dramatic moments, showcasing the clash between the luchador legend and the larger-than-life personality of Logan Paul.

Winner : Logan Paul

6. WWE Women’s Championship — Iyo Sky (c) vs. Bianca Belair

Bianca Belair came into the match with a newfound aggression that matched her vengeful attitude. Her return from a three-month hiatus was motivated by the desire to settle the score with Iyo Sky, the one who opportunistically cashed in her briefcase moments after Belair had won the WWE women’s championship at SummerSlam. In the early moments of the match, Belair showcased her power game, but Sky stayed competitive with her speed and technical skills. A highlight of the match was a particularly brutal German suplex executed by Belair, leaving Sky sprawled on the mat.

Bayley made her presence known, showing support for Sky, but a breakdown in communication between the Damage CTRL members became evident. In an accidental turn of events, Sky struck Bayley, but that didn’t deter Bayley from trying to assist Sky. Belair then seized the opportunity and delivered a devastating KOD to Bayley, driving her through the announcers’ table, mirroring what had previously happened on SmackDown.

Surprisingly, Kairi Sane made her return and intervened in the match. Sane knocked down Belair, setting the stage for Sky to secure the victory with a spectacular moonsault. After the match, Sane added her own flair by delivering a picture-perfect elbow drop on Belair. This unexpected turn of events left Bayley, who had previously ended Sane’s WWE career, looking shocked as Sky and Sane stood proudly in the ring together.

The match was a testament to the intense rivalry and personal vendettas that played out in the ring, creating an unforgettable moment for WWE fans.

Winner : Iyo Sky

7. Cody Rhodes vs. Damian Priest

The match kicked off with an intense brawl, showcasing the deep-seated animosity between the competitors. Cody Rhodes, noticeably nursing an ankle injury sustained at Judgement Day, continued to shake out his leg between moves. “The American Nightmare” delivered a powerful Disaster Kick to Damian Priest and sent him crashing onto the announcers’ table with a daring suicide dive.

Priest countered Rhodes by executing The Reckoning, his version of the Cross Rhodes, right on the announcers’ table. The crowd taunted Priest with chants of “Where’s your briefcase?” in reference to Sami Zayn’s earlier theft of the briefcase. Rhodes retaliated by turning The Reckoning into a Cross Rhodes, prompting interference from Finn Balor and JD McDonagh. Priest took advantage of the distraction and managed to secure a near fall with the South of Heaven chokeslam.

The chaos escalated further as Dominik Mysterio made his way to the ring wielding a steel chair. Jey Uso evened the odds by delivering superkicks to Balor, McDonagh, and Mysterio before taking the chair away. Back inside the ring, Rhodes paid homage to his late father Dusty Rhodes with a Cody Cutter and a Bionic Elbow. A series of counters ensued, with Rhodes gaining the upper hand, culminating in a trio of Cross Rhodes maneuvers that sealed Priest’s fate.

The match, taking place just before the main event, faced the challenge of living up to the expectations of the crowd. Despite the length and the expected outcome, the heat between Rhodes and Priest was somewhat diminished. While the match was decent, it lacked inspiration, and the ankle injury appeared to have little impact. This victory may have been what Rhodes needed, but it didn’t create a particularly compelling narrative.

Winner : Cody Rhodes

8. Undisputed WWE Universal Championship — Roman Reigns (c) vs. LA Knight

In a surprising turn of events, Roman Reigns came out of the gate with an aggressive approach, quite different from his usual stoic start to matches. LA Knight, however, wasn’t one to back down, and he retaliated with a flurry of strikes and grappling maneuvers before catching a back elbow from Reigns. The two superstars engaged in a back-and-forth struggle, each vying for control, but Knight often landed the more impactful moves.

As the match progressed, Reigns shifted the momentum outside the ring, where he began a methodical beatdown on the challenger. The crowd in Riyadh was firmly behind Knight, displaying their enthusiasm with “YEAH!” signs, despite Reigns trying to quiet them down.

Knight, showing his resilience, managed to rally and hit Reigns with a top-rope bulldog, seemingly taking control of the contest. However, as expected, The Bloodline made their presence felt. Jimmy Uso created a distraction, giving Reigns an opening to regain the upper hand. Solo Sikoa attempted to intervene from the entranceway but was thwarted by WWE officials. Knight tried to neutralize Uso by driving him through the announcers’ table, but when he turned around, Reigns speared him through the barricade. Reigns then brought his vulnerable opponent back into the ring and delivered one final finisher to secure the victory.

Winner : Roman Reigns (c)

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