International events such as WWE Crown Jewel and Super Show-Down made an estimated $43 million, according to the WWE's fourth-quarter earnings.
Whilst the report did not specify an exact amount for these shows, international events such as Crown Jewel and Super Show-Down would be listed as other, which saw a total $63.5 million made for the company in Q4 of 2018.
By comparison, Q4 2017 had an approximate $20.6 million made.
In Q2 of 2018, the Greatest Royal Rumble event in Jeddah made an estimated $60 million for the company.
Whilst Super Show-Down had little controversy to it, Crown Jewel was a hotly debated show, following the WWE's decade long partnership with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
After the death of U.S. Journalist Jamal Khashoggi (allegedly at the behest of the Saudi Crown Prince), many politicians encouraged WWE to delay the show, which they didn't.