WWE-Saudi Arabia Deal, Kurt Angle On His Most Difficult Match, Tye Dillinger, Daniel Bryan Reveals Contract Details

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WWE-Saudi Arabia Deal

WWE and Saudi Arabia signed a 10-year agreement last year on good terms that soon turned out to be a win-win situation for both sides owing to the success of Greatest Royal Rumble and (highly controversial) Crown Jewel.

On Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer revealed that it’s not WWE that is eyeing Saudi Arabia as a cash cow but it’s The Kingdom that is highly seeking WWE as a platform for portraying its greatness on the world stage.

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“Okay so here’s the thing, the reason they’re getting paid so much is not because they want WWE in the country. The reason they’re getting paid so much is because they want WWE to broadcast how great Saudi Arabia is to the world.”

“They did do those [propaganda commercials for the GRR], but for the second show they didn’t do any of that which I think was probably a compromise because they couldn’t do it — if WWE did it then they would probably lose a lot of sponsors if they had actually put over Saudi Arabia.”

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Kurt Angle Reveals His Most Difficult Match

During a recent Q&A Facebook session, WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle talked about the most difficult match he’s ever worked in his pro wrestling career.

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“The one-hour iron man match with Brock Lesnar. It was intense… and so was Brock. Not to mention my sister passed away the night before.”

“That match was 2 world class athletes going toe to toe for 60 mins. Intense.”

Another accolade for The Beast!

Tye Dillinger’s Request To WWE

Tye Dillinger is one of the many NXT who got buried after being called-up to the main roster.

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In a recent response to a fan tweet, The Perfect Ten revealed that he had requested WWE to send him back to NXT. However, the request was denied.

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Daniel Bryan Reveals Contract Details

During the recent episode of Total Bellas, WWE Champion Daniel Bryan revealed a major detail about his current contract.

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“I have a guaranteed contract for three years.”

Bryan recently unveiled his own custom WWE belt two weeks ago on SmackDown Live.

It’s speculated that Bryan would be walking into WrestleMania 35 with the title after a successful retention at Elimination Chamber against
AJ Styles, Randy Orton, Samoa Joe, Jeff Hardy and Mustafa Ali.