Stephanie McMahon lauds WWE women for Crown Jewel performances

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WWE CBO is in awe with the women’s performance at Crown Jewel

Stephanie McMahon, the chief branding officer of WWE, has been really impressed with the women’s performances in the recently conducted WWE Crown Jewel last night in Saudi Arabia.

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Duodrop going up against Zelina Vega at the Queen’s Crown finals

McMahon took to Twitter to express about the matches performed by the WWE female stars last night. She said these superstars never disappoint whenever they perform on a global stage, and Crown Jewel was not all a question. Stephanie also mentioned that these superstars are setting up an example for kids across the world.

“Every time the women of @WWE compete on a global stage, they never disappoint and tonight’s matches at #WWECrownJewel were no exception. I am so proud of the example these women are setting for the millions of kids looking up to them across the globe!”

WWE female stars put up a great show at WWE Crown Jewel

Crown Jewel was another hit event concluded by WWE last night with some really fantastic encounters taking place like Roman Reigns vs. Brock Lesnar, Goldberg vs. Bobby Lashley

But the women superstars of WWE didn’t fall behind to provide some good entertainment for the fans across the world as all the women’s matches really grabbed the attention.

Zelina Vega
Zelina Vega won the Queen’s Crown

First up was the finals of the Queen’s Crown between Duodrop and Zelina Vega, which was won by Vega as she hit the Code Red on Duodrop to become the first-ever Queen’s Crown winner.

Next was the SmackDown Women’s Champion match between Becky Lynch, Bianca Belair, and Sasha Banks, which was a long-going context as each of them put up a great fight. Unfortunately, Lynch was significantly over the live crowd was taken out of the ring after being knocked out. 

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SmackDown Women’s Champion

Banks and Belair put up some fight until Lynch made a comeback by hitting Banks with a Manhandle Slam. Belair also came back by smashing the Kiss of Death on Lynch but couldn’t get the victory as Banks broke it. 

In the end, Lynch rolled up Banks and grabbed the bottom rope to score the pin and retain the title.

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