WWE Live Riyadh announces schedule of matches

AJ Styles against Dolph Ziggler. (AN photo)
Updated 05 October 2016

WWE Live Riyadh announces schedule of matches

JEDDAH: With a month to go, organizers on Wednesday announced the schedule of matches for the two-day WWE Live Riyadh Nov. 3 and 4 at the Green Hall Stadium on the outskirts of Riyadh.
Tickets for the two live events in the Saudi capital are now available online at www.ticketmaster.ae.
Ticket prices: SR3,500, 2,000, 875, 625, 300, 250 and 150.
Fans attending WWE Live Riyadh will see their favorite WWE superstars in incredible ring action, including Dean Ambrose, AJ Styles, Randy Orton, Bray Wyatt and many more. This will be the WWE’s second visit to Riyadh.

“WWE is excited to return to Riyadh, giving fans the chance to see their favorite superstars live for the first time in more than two years,” said Ed Wells, WWE executive vice president, International. “WWE Live Riyadh will deliver the same non-stop, family-friendly entertainment to our passionate fan base that they know and love from our TV programming.”

WWE Live Riyadh is presented by Hardee’s in partnership with TIME Entertainment, which has played an essential role in the success of WWE Live Events in the region over the past three years.

WWE programming, including Raw, SmackDown LIVE, WWE Main Event, NXT, “WWE Superstars,” Vintage, WWE Experience, Bottom Line, WWE Afterburn, WWE This Week and pay-per-view specials are broadcast on OSN. Raw, WWE Afterburn and WWE Main Event are also broadcast on free-to-air TV channel MBC Action.

OSN WWE Network offers one-of-a-kind programming including all WWE pay-per-view events live at no additional charge, plus groundbreaking original series, reality shows, documentaries, classic matches, exclusive coverage of special events and a robust video-on-demand library with more than 6,000 hours available to subscribers.
Here is the schedule of WWE Live Riyadh:
Thursday, Nov. 3
2 out of 3 Falls Tag Team Match
Dean Ambrose and Randy Orton vs. AJ Styles and Bray Wyatt

Intercontinental Championship Match
Dolph Ziggler vs The Miz

WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship Triple Threat Match
Rhyno & Heath Slater vs American Alpha vs. The Usos

Jack Swagger vs. Baron Corbin

Kalisto vs. Tyler Breeze

Lineup subject to change
Friday, Nov. 4
WWE World Championship Match
Dean Ambrose vs. AJ Styles
Randy Orton vs. Bray Wyatt
Dolph Ziggler vs. The Miz

Rhyno & Heath Slater vs. American Alpha vs The Usos

Kane vs. Baron Corbin

Jack Swagger vs. Tyler Breeze

Boult, Southee rattle Sri Lanka in second Test

Updated 22 min 43 sec ago

Boult, Southee rattle Sri Lanka in second Test

  • Weather permitting, extended playing time is planned for the day after only 36.3 overs were possible on Thursday due to rain in the Sri Lankan capital

COLOMBO: Trent Boult and Tim Southee led New Zealand’s charge against Sri Lanka on day two of the rain-hit second Test on Friday, with the host skipper Dimuth Karunaratne’s offering resistance with a half-century.
Boult took two early wickets in one over after Sri Lanka resumed the day on 85 for two at Colombo’s P. Sara Oval, where the start was delayed due to a wet outfield.
Sri Lanka were 144 for six at lunch with Dhananjaya de Silva, on 32, and Dilruwan Perera, on five, at the crease.
Southee, like Boult, also delivered a double-wicket maiden as the duo put on a superb display of seam bowling under overcast conditions.
Boult got overnight batsman Angelo Mathews caught behind for two to reach a landmark of 250 Test wickets — only the third Kiwi bowler to achieve the feat.
He trapped Kusal Perera lbw for nought after just three balls as Sri Lanka slipped to 93-4 and would have been in further trouble had Boult held on to a simple catch from de Silva off his own bowling a few overs later.
Karunaratne also got a lifeline on 61 when Kane Williamson could not grab a tough chance at short mid-wicket off Ajaz Patel.
But the left-hander, who completed his 23rd Test fifty after resuming the day on 49, soon fell, caught behind off Southee for 65.
Southee struck again in the same over to send Niroshan Dickwella trudging back to the pavilion for nought.
Perera then played out the rest of the session with de Silva.
Medium-pace bowler Colin de Grandhomme and spinner William Somerville took a wicket each on the opening day after Sri Lanka elected to bat first.
Weather permitting, extended playing time is planned for the day after only 36.3 overs were possible on Thursday due to rain in the Sri Lankan capital.