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WWE Crown Jewel 2019 PPV Predictions & Spoilers of Results

Posted by Anthony Mango Thursday, October 10, 2019
The WWE Crown Jewel 2019 pay-per-view is scheduled for October 31, 2019 at the King Fahd International Stadium in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Follow along here for spoilers and information on the event's card, lineup of matches and news regarding the pay-per-view.

The following are my predictions for the 2019 WWE Crown Jewel PPV. Check back for Crown Jewel 2019 results and review coverage here when the time comes.

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WWE Championship Match: Brock Lesnar (c) vs. Cain Velasquez

Very, very curious how this all goes down. There's an argument for both sides. If Velasquez loses, his value drops significantly, as the big money match is already done and he lost. A rematch with Lesnar won't be as much of a draw in any fashion. However, if he wins, then how is WWE going to build SmackDown around a guy with no experience as a wrestler? I'm leaning more toward the idea that Lesnar retains the title through some kind of b.s. like a low blow so that they can revisit this later and try to claim that Velasquez never really lost.

PREDICTION: Brock Lesnar retains the title.

Tyson Fury vs. Braun Strowman

WWE typically has the celebrities win, but I hope that's not the case, here. Braun Strowman loses everything. With each loss, his stock drops. Having him beat Tyson Fury would do wonders to boost him up. I really hope he's the babyface between the two and that he wins, but I have my doubts that that will be the case. He'll probably be the heel booked to lose and then they'll have him steamroll some people after Crown Jewel to try to rehab The Monster Among Men in hindsight.

PREDICTION: Tyson Fury wins.

Universal Championship Falls Count Anywhere Match: Seth Rollins (c) vs. Bray Wyatt

So this is a great idea. They have Wyatt on SmackDown, which means he CANNOT win the title, unless he's part of this mysterious blockbuster trade and he goes back to Raw. Since this is Falls Count Anywhere, that rules out a disqualification or count-out cop-out victory where he doesn't win the belt but still wins the match. That means he needs to straight-up lose, or he wins the belt after moving back to Raw. Either way, it's awesome that their response for people who were annoyed at the non-finish from Hell in a Cell is to book Rollins to win again, rather than to move on. Why is he wrestling twice on the card, anyway? This is a mess and there's no way this works out well for all parties, and there's a part of me that thinks WWE is doing this just to try to prove the upset fans wrong by doubling down and thinking it'll work if they just try again.

PREDICTION: Seth Rollins retains the title.

Team Hogan (Captain Roman Reigns, Rusev and Ricochet, Shorty G, and Ali) vs. Team Flair (Captain Randy Orton, King Baron Corbin and Bobby Lashley, Shinsuke Nakamura and TBA)

Well, this is a way to get Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair at Crown Jewel without them wrestling, that's for sure. I'm sure they'll punch each other and whatever.

Here's my issue: why is this happening so damn close to Survivor Series!?! Why does WWE keep doing that? They did Bragging Rights before Survivor Series before, for instance. WarGames is the night before Survivor Series. Why do they wake up in late October/November and just say "Okay, let's have a bunch of 5-on-5 matches."

As far as the missing team member for Team Flair, maybe Sheamus if they want a surprise. If not, I could see Andrade being in the mix or maybe Drew McIntyre if he's cleared to compete. Erick Rowan is a possibility, too.

PREDICTION: I'll give a prediction once we know the full teams.

World Cup Tag Team Turmoil Match

The "biggest tag team turmoil match" runs into the trend of "the biggest ___" being the gimmick for this event. World Cup is returning, too—this time to determine the best tag team. Of course, some tag teams are missing, but whatever.

At least now, on this graphic, the match is set to feature The B-Team, Curt Hawkins and Zack Ryder, Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode, Heavy Machinery, The Lucha House Party, The New Day, The O.C., The Revival, and The Viking Raiders.

I'm working under the assumption The New Day or The O.C. wins, but The Viking Raiders have a solid shot, too.

PREDICTION: The New Day wins.

Mansoor vs. Cesaro

Look, I was all fine with Mansoor winning the giant battle royal. That was a fun moment. But WWE didn't follow it up AT ALL. Now, months later, he's wrestling again just because they're in Saudi Arabia. Obviously, he's going to beat Cesaro, and I feel like this is a doomed situation. Cesaro is going to get a good enough match out of him and probably has no problems putting Mansoor over. But this is just going to hurt Cesaro's value and if they only ever use Mansoor during these shows, he's never going to get over, either. Fans will reject him because he'll just be "that guy who wins in Saudi Arabia". WWE could have something here if they'd actually use him to win some matches on NXT. They can't lose track of that.

PREDICTION: Mansoor wins.

This page will be altered to reflect newer opinions whenever new information about this and surrounding events takes place.


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