The WWE "Crown Jewel" event in Saudi Arabia scheduled next month has come under fire in light of recent headlines regarding Saudi Arabia's leaders being accused of being behind the disappearance and feared murder of a US based journalist critical of Saudi Arabia.
"Speaking on the condition of anonymity, multiple members of the WWE talent roster have expressed discomfort with the idea of performing in Saudi Arabia, especially given the nation's poor record with human rights".
Despite the unrest, WWE appears to be sticking to its guns.
WWE is less than three weeks away from its controversial "Crown Jewel" event at King Saud University Stadium in Riyadh.
There are several major matches being advertised for the event, including the reuniting of D-Generation X. Triple H and Shawn Michaels are scheduled to compete against The Brothers of Destruction, The Undertaker and Kane, in Michaels first match in the company in over 8 years.
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During Sunday night's episode of Last Week Tonight on HBO, show host John Oliver took WWE to task over its involvement in Saudi Arabia and took specific aim at WWE creating propaganda pieces to help promote the country's "progressive" movements.
Layfield also ripped on the USA senators who called on WWE to pull out of Saudi Arabia.
Oliver, specifically, called out Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman - also known as MBS - for attempting to paint a portrait of a more progressive nation.
WWE is being urged to reconsider holding an event in Saudi Arabia, following the disappearance of a Saudi journalist who had been critical of the country's government.
Watch Oliver's report on "the situation" above.