WWE has been urged to cancel the event by US senators who also believe that the wrestling giants should reconsider their 10-year multimillion-dollar relationship with the kingdom after the assassination of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Khashoggi, a resident of the United States UU That he went into self-imposed exile and was an outspoken critic of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, was assassinated at the Saudi Arabian Consulate in Istanbul, where he went to get an official document this month.
Rumors suggest that WWE stars John Cena and Daniel Bryan will not attend the show even though they are scheduled to compete in the World Cup Tournament and the WWE Championship respectively.
Women were not allowed to perform in the Pay-Per-View program of WWE, The Greatest Royal Rumble in Jeddah and they will also be expelled from Crown Jewel despite the growing women's revolution and the fact that they were given their own Pay-Per-View Evolution.
Rousey, however, insists that withdrawing from the event would be a wrong move because he believes this is a great opportunity for the two countries to share their culture.
The champion of the raw women said TMZ: "I am an Olympian twice, so I am an idealist when it comes to sports.
"I think that sport is where we really find that common ground between us.
"I think that withdrawing from the Jewel of the Crown would be a wrong move because I believe that this is an opportunity to share our cultures, to define what we have in common.
"In times of adversity between two countries, that is the absolutely wrong time to get away.
"I think that's the time for us to find what we have in common and be able to understand each other better.
"Women can not compete in Saudi Arabia right now, but I think if the Crown Jewel is a big hit, and the WWE really takes off in Saudi Arabia, they're going to demand to see the women soon."
Crown Jewel has provoked many negative reactions after the appalling death of Khashoggi and the response of Saudi Arabia.
The government initially insisted that the columnist left the consulate in Turkey shortly after arriving, but then admitted that he was killed inside the building after what they described as a "dishonest operation" of which they had no knowledge and promised to punish those responsible .
A Saudi official told Reuters that Khashoggi died after a fight that saw him locked in a stranglehold after resisting attempts to return to the country.
However, Turkish officials say they have audio and video evidence that the prominent journalist was tortured, killed and dismembered before his body was removed.
WWE, however, decided to go ahead with the plans after initially declaring that they were "monitoring the situation".