Two WWE Superstars Make History At Crown Jewel

WWE Superstars' Mustafa Ali & Mansoor

At WWE Crown Jewel two WWE Superstars made history when they clashed in Saudi Arabia.

During the loaded night of WWE action at WWE Crown Jewel, more than one piece of history was made. Not only was referee Jessika Carr the first woman to supervise a Hell in the Cell match, but she was also the first woman to officiate a match in Saudi Arabia.

She was also the third person in the ring as Xavier Woods was proclaimed King of the Ring after she oversaw the Hell in a Cell match between Edge and Seth Rollins.

Meanwhile, the match between Mustafa Ali and Mansoor made history as well. The match marked the first time two Muslim Superstars competed in singles action on a WWE pay-per-view.

Posting on social media after the show, Mustafa Ali celebrated the history making appearance, saying that he hoped to inspire the next generation.

The match at Crown Jewel marked the end of a rivalry that had briefly seen the two men work as a tag team for several weeks.

Mustafa Ali took it upon himself in June to assist Mansoor in his transition to the main roster. The two stars formed a tag team as a result of this, but Ali turned on his teammate right before Crown Jewel following another defeat.

After a fast-paced battle in Saudi Arabia, Mansoor emerged victorious after landing his Springboard Neck-breaker. Ali sought vengeance after the match, only to be interrupted by an unknown man.

Tarek Hamdi, an Olympic silver medalist in taekwondo, was then confirmed to be the mystery figure. The Olympian then kicked Ali in the head, leaving him flat on the canvas a tremendous ovation.