Wrestling for the first time in the history of Saudi Arabia
The Riyadh season marks the first time women’s wrestling has taken place in Saudi Arabia’s capital Riyadh this month, beginning October 11, with a large number of fans arriving at the fair.
Fox Business reports that 29-year-old American wrestler Lacey Evans and 37-year-old Canadian reliever Natalia Neidhart competed in the competition. However, Natalia Neidhart defeated Lacey Evans and made her name.
Interestingly, there were earlier reports that these two women would appear to be fighting each other in very short dresses, but all these reports proved to be unfounded when both women were dressed in the host country’s culture and tradition. I get off. During the wrestling, the two women covered their bodies completely.
It should be noted that at the Riyadh festival, male racers were also seen enjoying each other. At least a dozen wrestlers, including former champions Tyson Fury and Braun Strowman, competed against each other in men’s racers. It is to be remembered that on October 25, the festival won the hearts of the fans by performing on October 25 by Pakistani singers Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and Atif Aslam.
The Saudi government has not only allowed women to watch male gentlemen’s games in the past few years but also allowed women to travel abroad without the permission of the male head of the family.
Similarly, the Saudi government has given women a variety of freedoms, including allowing women to work with any non-mahram male, including acting, driving, voting, playing any sport.
Saudi Arabia has banned cinema from being banned for 35 years and allowed films to be shown there, while in September last month, Saudi Arabia announced for the first time foreign tourism. At the same time, the Saudi government has also announced permission to rent unnamed men and women together to rent a hotel room.