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Vince McMahon and top WWE Superstars attend lavish dinner hosted by Saudi’s General Sports Authority head

Several WWE Superstars attended a lavish dinner hosted by Turki Alsheikh, the head of Saudi Arabia’s General Sports Authority on the eve of the Greatest Royal Rumble.

Those in attendance were Rusev, Randy Orton, Mark Henry, The Great Khali, Kurt Angle, The Undertaker, Brock Lesnar, Roman Reigns, and Braun Strowman. WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon, Shane McMahon, and Triple H were also in attendance.

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia went all out in accommodating the WWE Superstars and crew and splashed millions and millions of dollars for WWE to come to town. Everyone who is participating in the show will depart Saudi Arabia immediately following the end of the Greatest Royal Rumble.

The Twitter account of the Riyadh Report posted two videos from the dinner which shows everyone sitting down interacting with each other in front of an unlimited amount of food being presented to them. You can see the two videos below.

https://twitter.com/RiyadhReport/status/989601201258934272

https://twitter.com/RiyadhReport/status/989600971025248257

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