Best and worst of The Greatest Royal Rumble
Lots of good. Lots of bad.
The Greatest Royal Rumble was obviously an event of utmost cultural significance. WWE and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia came together to put together a show for the ages. The question remains- did it deliver? In this feature, we will examine the best and worst from the show.
Maybe years down the line, we will see the show differently. We will recognize it for the long term implications of an event of this nature. For the time being, however, let's analyze the entertainment aspect of the event.
Feel free to chime in with your opinion too. Let us know what you thought of the event.
Here is our analysis of it!
#1 Best: The stage and production
When WWE decides to put on an event, they do not cut corners. The stage looked worthy of the hype. The long ramp-way made it seem like The Greatest Royal Rumble was a big deal. Even the video packages were great.
WWE deserves a special mention for the fireworks. The fireworks lit up the sky at the stadium and made the occasion feel larger than life. It was a near-WrestleMania like feel.
Now that we've set the stage, let us discuss the event. The production was fantastic, but how was the show from a booking and entertainment perspective?