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The Triple H era has officially begun with Wrestlemania 40 which will now be having the next WWE Saudi Arabia PLE in the list in the coming months. With some of the best storylines and matches being produced in the WWE, fans are excited about the future of the company. It now appears that WWE will officially be having a new king and queen listed on the roster, shortly.

WrestleMania 40 was the first time Triple H had full control over the Grandest Stage of them All. Now, he is supposed to bring back the old tradition of WWE King of the Ring alongside the Queen of the Ring concept as part of the next WWE Saudi Arabia premium live event that’s coming in the final week of May.

WWE King and Queen of The Ring will take place on Saturday, May 25 in Saudi Arabia, according to the reports of Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter. During WrestleMania 40 Sunday, an official announcement was on the return of the WWE Saudi Arabia 2024 PLE.

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WWE Saudi Arabia PLE coming in the form of King and Queen of the Ring

It was announced that the King and Queen of the Ring would return on May 24th and May 25th hosted from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The graphic appearing on the screen also affirmed that the final Smackdown before the PLE would also essentially continue the tournament that should commence shortly on the WWE programming.

The King & Queen of the Ring WWE Saudi Arabia Premium Live Event was initially scheduled to be hosted in May 2023. That show was ultimately changed to Night of Champions to reflect Roman Reigns reaching 1,000 days as the reigning WWE Universal Champion. However, he never defended the belt on that night but rather featured in a tag team match, only.

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During the 2023 WWE Saudi Arabia PLE, the re-introduction of the World Heavyweight Championship was also done and that title was won at the event by Seth Rollins. The Visionary defeated AJ Styles in the finals of a 12-man tournament at the show. He lost the belt to Drew McIntyre at Wrestlemania who further lost it to Damian Priest via the latter’s Money in the Bank cash-in.

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