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WWE King and Queen of the Ring 2024 Review

The WWE King and Queen of the Ring 2024 event in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, promised a royal spectacle but left fans with mixed feelings. The show sparked a lively discussion on the Ringside Report Network's post-show, from controversial matches to underwhelming performances. Hosts Dave Simon, Johnny North, and Ben Simon shared their candid opinions, with audience members commenting on their reactions and scores. Let's dive into this much-anticipated WWE event's detailed review, highlights, and key takeaways.

The WWE King and Queen of the Ring 2024 event in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, promised a royal spectacle but left fans with mixed feelings. The show sparked a lively discussion on the Ringside Report Network‘s post-show, from controversial matches to underwhelming performances. Hosts Dave Simon, Johnny North, and Ben Simon shared their candid opinions, with audience members commenting on their reactions and scores. Let’s dive into this much-anticipated WWE event’s detailed review, highlights, and key takeaways.

Key Takeaways

  1. Disappointing Overall Quality: The event failed to meet expectations, with several matches falling flat and lacking excitement.
  2. Highlight Matches: Randy Orton vs. Gunther and the Triple Threat match were standout moments, though not without their flaws.
  3. Controversial Performances: Cody Rhodes vs. Logan Paul and Becky Lynch vs. Liv Morgan were heavily criticized for their execution and storyline decisions.
  4. Audience Engagement: The mixed reactions mirrored the hosts’ sentiments, showcasing the event’s polarizing nature.
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WWE King and Queen of the Ring 2024 Overall Show Review

The Ringside Report Network crew didn’t hold back in their event critique. Dave Simon opened the discussion, setting the tone with his blunt assessment, “We just saw the King and Queen of the Ring live in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. And what a show it was. What a show, John. What kind of show was it?”

Johnny North didn’t mince words, calling it “the weakest one” of the year, and Ben Simon echoed these sentiments, pointing out the flat and unremarkable nature of the event. Dave summed up the general feeling with, “It was awful. It sucked. It was not good.”

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Despite some redeeming qualities, like the fun of watching with friends, the overall consensus was clear: the show was disappointing. Dave rated it “three or four out of ten,” highlighting how nothing stood out significantly, positively or negatively.

Key Matches and Moments at WWE King and Queen of the Ring 2024

Randy Orton vs. Gunther

The match between Randy Orton and Gunther was one of the few bright spots. Dave Simon acknowledged, “Randy and Gunther had a good match, but the finish was botched,” with Randy’s shoulder clearly up during the pin. This mishap marred what could have been a stellar moment, though Dave conceded it was still one of the better parts of the event, rating the show a bit higher because of this match.

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Triple Threat Match

Ben Simon picked the Triple Threat match as his favourite of the WWE King and Queen of the Ring 2024 matches, praising Chad Gable and Bronson Reed’s performance. “It had some nice spots,” he noted, highlighting Sami Zayn’s Blue Thunder Bomb on Bronson Reed. Johnny North agreed, describing it as “an excellent display of action back and forth.”

Cody Rhodes Defeated Logan Pual At Wwe King &Amp; Queen Of The Ring 2024
Cody Rhodes defeated Logan Pual at WWE King & Queen of the Ring 2024

Cody Rhodes vs. Logan Paul

The match between Cody Rhodes and Logan Paul drew significant criticism. Dave Simon was particularly unimpressed, saying, “It was pretty mid. They did a lot of attempted wrestling holds, and it looked like cosplaying, especially Logan Paul.” He added that the phony grappling moves detracted from the match’s overall quality.

Becky Lynch and Liv Morgan

The women’s match had its own set of issues. Dave Simon highlighted the confusing finish involving Filthy Dominik Mysterio and a poorly executed chair spot. “It looked really bad because the referee could see there was a chair,” he noted. The potential departure of Becky Lynch, who might be leaving WWE soon, added to the storyline’s complexity.

Audience Reactions and Scores

The audience’s reactions and scores added another layer to the discussion. Ryan Katz gave the show a “five and a half out of ten,” slightly more generous than the hosts. Alex Taris found some silver linings, rating Liv Morgan’s title win a “ten out of ten,” though Dave disagreed, pointing out Liv’s lack of wrestling prowess.

WWE King and Queen of the Ring 2024 Conclusion

The WWE King and Queen of the Ring 2024 event may not be remembered fondly, but it sparked a lively debate among fans and commentators. With underwhelming performances and a few notable matches, the show received a lukewarm reception. As the WWE continues to evolve and present new events, fans can only hope for a more consistently engaging experience in the future.

Stay tuned to the Ringside Report Network for in-depth analysis and live coverage. Don’t forget to join us for our next live show on Monday at 7 PM Eastern for our AEW Double or Nothing Post Show and share your thoughts on the latest wrestling events!

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