On Friday WWE held the latest event in Saudi Arabia, as part of their ongoing 10-year partnership with the General Sports Authority, a body of the Saudi government.
In April they hosted the 'Greatest Royal Rumble' show in Jeddah, which was heavily criticised by fans as women were not allowed to perform on the show due to Saudi Arabia's laws against women and their anti-LGBT agenda.
Prior to the 'Crown Jewel' event on November 3 they were under a large amount of pressure to cancel or reconsider the show following the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The Saudi Arabian native, who held residency in the United States, was killed and dismembered by Saudi officials inside the country's consulate in Istanbul, Turkey.
It also appeared that the WWE was still abiding by Saudi rules during their broadcast and avoided showing any pictures of women in their wrestling outfits, which proved to be a source of controversy in April.
These included removing women from a promotional video for Wrestlemania and heavy censoring of a graphic for an upcoming match between Ronda Rousey and Becky Lynch.
Thanks to @joolsevelyn for spotting this: The first graphic was on SmackDown, while the second graphic was on Crown… https://t.co/S2SM22cGSs
Another story was the involvement of Shane McMahon, who won the 'World Cup' tournament on the show.
Shane, who is the son of WWE owner Vince McMahon and whose mother, Linda McMahon is a member of the Trump administration, posted a tweet before the show praising his wife, Marissa Mazzola-McMahon, who is a movie producer.
Her latest movie A Private War focuses on the career of the celebrated war journalist Marie Colvin, who was killed in 2012 when rockets hit the house she was staying at in Homs, Syria.
In light of Khashoggi's death, McMahon's tweet, which he would have posted while he was in Saudi Arabia was criticised.
This man posted this while working a show IN SAUDI ARABIA paid for by the government. https://t.co/r3R5wz9h3r