The Greatest Royal Rumble will take place this Friday on the WWE Network, and will be approximately five hours long, according to Bryan Alvarez.
Speaking on Wrestling Observer Live, Alvarez confirmed the show will be five hours, with a possible sixth hour for a pre-show.
The current match-card is as follows:
- Brock Lesnar vs Roman Reigns – Universal Championship Steel Cage Match
- Seth Rollins vs Finn Balor vs Samoa Joe vs The Miz – Intercontinental Championship Ladder Match
- AJ Styles vs Shinsuke Nakamura – WWE Championship Match
- Jeff Hardy vs Jinder Mahal – US Championship Match
- The Bar vs Matt Hardy & Bray Wyatt – Raw Tag Team Championship Match
- The Bludgeon Brothers vs The Usos – SmackDown Tag Team Championship Match
- Cedric Alexander vs TBD – Cruiserweight Championship Match
- John Cena vs Triple H
- The Undertaker vs Rusev – Casket Match
- 50-Man Greatest Royal Rumble Match
The Greatest Royal Rumble will air this Friday, live on the WWE Network from the King Abdullah Stadium in Saudi Arabia.