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WWE Crown Jewel 2023 Predictions: 3 Title Changes Which Might Happen On The Show

WWE Crown Jewel 2023 is less than a week away and the predictions for the premium live event are in full swing. Fans across the world have been making their predictions for the show, and it looks like fans will witness multiple title changes at the premium live event in Riyadh on Saturday evening.

There will be a lot of championships on the line at WWE Crown Jewel 2023, with the biggest one being the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship. Roman Reigns will put his title on the line against LA Knight, but fans expect The Tribal Chief to retain. Here’s a list of three title changes which may happen at Crown Jewel.

1. WWE Crown Jewel 2023 predictions – Drew McIntyre beats Seth Rollins

Drew McIntyre has challenged Seth Rollins for the World Heavyweight Championship at Crown Jewel. In Rolllins’ words, he would defeat Drew and give him the first such chance in his career, where he would have no one but himself to blame for his shortcomings.

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However, Drew is known for lifting his game when it matters the most. He has teased a new character on TV of late. A World Heavyweight Championship win can prove to be a game-changer for Drew.

2. Damian Priest beats Drew McIntyre to win the World Heavyweight Championship

Damian Priest currently holds the Money in the Bank contract, which guarantees him a world title shot at a time and place of his choosing. After Drew McIntyre wins the world title from Seth Rollins in a grueling match, Priest can come out with the contract and cash in his contract to become the new champion.

3. Bianca Belair beats IYO Sky

Bianca Belair will challenge IYO Sky for the WWE Women’s Championship. IYO is a talented wrestler, but her championship reign has not been up to the mark. Perhaps, WWE can book a title change to freshen things up in the women’s division.

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Vinay

Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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