The Saudi Arabian General Sports Authority issued a statement earlier today in regards to an ad that aired during the WWE Greatest Royal Rumble event yesterday that showed women wrestlers during the broadcast.

A statement, translated from Arabic to English reads, “The General Sport Authority would like to apologize to the viewers and the attendees of last night’s WWE event that took place in Jeddah, over the indecent scene involving women that appeared as an ad before a segment. The General Sports Authority would like to confirm its total disapproval of this, in the shadow of its commitment to eliminate anything that goes anything the communities values. The General Sports Authority has made sure to ban showing of any segment that involves women wrestling, or any scenes related to it, and stipulated that to the company. The General Sports Authority also disapproved any promotional stuff with pictures or videos showing women in an indecent way and emphasized on commitment of this rule and it is a commitment that the General Sports Authority will commit to forever in all of its events and programs.”

For those wondering, this is in regards to WWE’s “Best of Both Worlds” ad, which can be seen below, that the company are utilizing to promote their dual-branded pay-per-view events. The story, which was picked up by The Associated Press and BBC News, notes that the Saudi Arabian General Sports Authority quickly apologized for the error, while the BBC News report also states that the error was shown on State television, but was quickly cut off once the footage aired and that the video aired live on screen at the King Abdullah International Stadium.