"It seems that WWE is as openly pro-Saudi Arabia as it has been homoerotic lately, that is, intense."
As Saudi Arabia denies, it had something to do with the sudden disappearance of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, a vociferous critic of his administration, and intensified pressure from the West to find out what happened, John Oliver retook WWE on Sunday night Last Week Tonight for its close relationship with the nation
Oliver brought up the 10-year pack that signed the wrestling organization with the Saudi General Sports Authority. The first event there was April's Greatest Royal Rumble, the second was the Crown Jewel on November 2nd at the King Saud University Stadium in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, which will feature the world's first WWE World Cup tournament. " The organization's website.
Referring to Saudi Arabian prince Mohammed Bin Salman, also known as MBS, Oliver said, "MB's PR push is not only aimed at attracting businesses, but also at the perception of the world For this purpose, he has signed a 1
Ol Iver then showed several clips of WWE events taking place in Saudi Arabia, and WWE host comments praised the nation and closed with recordings of wrestling star John Cena to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Oliver said : "Wow. It seems that the WWE is as pro-Saudi open as lately homoerotic, that is, intense. On Friday, under pressure and criticism over the deal, WWE said in a statement that "we are currently monitoring the situation.
Oliver said, "As for the WWE, as they say they are monitoring the situation, their gigantic Crown Jewel event is slated for November, meaning John Cena might well be back [praising Saudi Arabia again] Treasures in In this context, you do not see these human rights abuses right here, "Oliver said as he waved his hand in front of his face.
Here are the sections on WWE from the report on Saudi Arabia on the New" Last Week Tonight with John Oliver ", which premiered on HBO tonight. pic.twitter.com/NNOVgzVftW
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