Not that anyone really expected it to be otherwise, WWE's deal with Saudi Arabia is showing no signs of ending. According to reports, WWE has dates booked for shows in May and November of 2019; details such as the actual dates, the venue the dates will be held in and whether or not the shows will be heavily featured during WWE broadcasts aren't mentioned at this time. So, let WWE's headache start all over again in the post WrestleMania season of 2019. Since the business deal with the Saudi government was first announced, WWE has gotten a shitstorm of bad press both nationally and internationally. I'm at the point where I don't give a shit if they have the shows or don't have the shows, I just don't want them built up on TV because the end result most definitely wasn't worth some of the truly awful TV of Raw especially. At times, they were trying to use Raw and SmackDown to build up three different shows within a 5 to 6 week period and it was just a chore to try and sit through. To make things worse, the Greatest Royal Rumble and Crown Jewel were both shit shows with quality less than that of your average house show.