Did WWE Just SPOIL King/Queen Of The Ring Final On Raw?

Match graphic gaffes on WWE Raw might have given away Tournament results

Lyra Valkyria Iyo Sky

Have WWE just given away the finals of the Queen Of The Ring tournament with their graphics for the tournament semi finals?



X user @TOXICATTRACTION was one of many to notice that Lyra Valkyria and Tiffany Stratton both had their gear altered in the images to cover all visible skin, with arms and necklines in particularly obscured compared to how they'd typically dress. This, theoretically, could be due to the renders being made for the upcoming King & Queen Of The Ring show in Saudi Arabia, where historically female wrestlers have only been able to appear on the shows completely covered up per the country's laws.

Valkyria will meet Sky on next week's edition of Raw, with the winner facing the winner of the SmackDown bracket, currently comprised of Stratton, Jade Cargill, Nia Jax and Bianca Belair. Cargill and Belair have both been featured in the marketing for the PLE as well, though as reigning Tag Team Champions this could well be in service of a match for those titles.

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