When the "Greatest Royal Rumble 2018" takes place in Saudi Arabia next Friday, WWE rumors suggest that one of the current matches on the card could add a fifth competitor. The event already features the biggest Royal Rumble match in the history of the WWE. In addition, there are a good number of the titles being defended on the match card. One of those will involve WWE Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins defending his title against several competitors.

Fatal 5 Way ladder match?

The rumors from various sources are suggesting that the Intercontinental title Ladder Match on the "Greatest Royal Rumble" card will feature a total of five competitors doing battle.

Seth Rollins is already set to put the title on the line against former champion The Miz who demanded a rematch during this past Monday's "Raw." In addition, Samoa Joe and Finn Balor were announced to be a part of the match.

A fifth competitor is now circulating in the WWE rumors. That superstar may be Bobby Lashley. Fans saw him team up with Rollins, Finn, Braun Strowman, and Bobby Roode to take on The Miz, The Miztourage, Kevin Owens, and Sami Zayn on "Raw" in the main event this past week. While he hasn't won any matches to be considered a title contender yet, WWE seems to be making this event as big as possible for the fans.

Saudi Arabia's big event

There are reports going around that this event is being built up to be almost like the second part of "WrestleMania" based on how stacked the card is.

While there are now female superstars attending to compete in matches (due to cultural policies), every men's championship is pretty much on the line including Rollins' IC title, AJ Styles' WWE Championship, and Brock Lesnar's WWE Universal title.

There's also the biggest Royal Rumble in the history of the match. This one will feature a field of 50 competitors that should include Kurt Angle, Daniel Bryan, Braun Strowman, and more.

Also, fans in Saudi Arabia get to see The Undertaker take on Rusev in a Casket Match, and John Cena battle Triple H.

The reason that WWE is making the matches as intriguing as they possibly can is due to the payout. The rumors out there suggest that Saudi Arabia gave WWE $20 million to do their live tour of the area, prompting the WWE to make the event extra special for the fans there.

Luckily, fans in the United States and other areas that have the WWE Network will be able to watch the matches as well. The WWE's "Greatest Royal Rumble" will go live on WWE Network next Friday, April 27th, starting at 12 p.m. Eastern Time.