Terror group Al-Qaeda have condemned WWE for their 'sinful' activities, as well as the Saudi Crown Prince for allowing the western company to perform in the middle east.
A Friday bulletin from the militant group was verified by British newspaper The Independent, and has strong criticism for the Greatest Royal Rumble, which took place last month in Jeddah.
“[Foreign] disbelieving wrestlers exposed their privates and on most of them was the sign of the cross, in front of a mixed gathering of young Muslim men and women,” the bulletin read.
The bulletin was critical of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman, who has instigated massive social reforms since receiving his role last year.
"The new era of [Mohammad bin Salman] replaced mosques with movie theatres," the extremist group claimed.
Since his appointment, bin Salman has introduced several western ideas to the nation, and was a prominent figure during the campaign that lifted the ban on women driving.