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WWE Forced To Follow Ring Attire Restrictions For First-Ever Women's Match In Saudi Arabia

While WWE will be making history by promoting the first-ever women's match in Saudi Arabia for their Crown Jewel pay-per-view in Riyadh on Thursday of this week, they will unfortunately be forced to follow some strict guidelines, particularly for the ring attire the women wrestlers wear for their match.

According to celebrity gossip media outlet TMZ, Natalya and Lacey Evans will wrestle their match tomorrow in Saudi Arabia in full body suits, as opposed to their regular wrestling attire.

This is not surprising and would obviously be one of the concessions WWE would have had to make for its female talent to appear on the event.

The suits are expected to be very similar to what Sasha Banks and Alexa Bliss wore in Abu Dhabi in that ground-breaking match.

According to WWE's Stephanie McMahon, "We need to be respectful of the cultures in the countries we perform in" and she also confirmed that "their costuming will be different than what you would see in a typical WWE show."

For more on this story, visit TMZ.com.