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WWE Royal Rumble 2023 Full Match Preview:

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The WWE‘s Road to WrestleMania kicks off with Royal Rumble 2023. It’s not just any old Royal Rumble or any old WrestleMania either.

With Vince McMahon out of the picture (for a while), we saw his son-in-law Triple H take the reins and have fans and critics alike chugging the Kool-Aid with his impressive changes. That was just as true of Survivor Series WarGames, which was not only a tremendous amount of fun, but set things up very nicely for a year of wrestling ahead.

The Bloodline is not only ascendant, but unified. Ronda Rousey and Bianca Belair are shrugging off challengers but Damage CTRL have the tag gold. Meanwhile Austin Theory and Gunther are holding the secondary titles in very different styles.

 Of course much has been thrownup in the air by the apparent return of Mr McMahon, though the extent of any control he’ll have on day-to-day running of the company is yet to be seen. Still, everything is nicely poised for Royal Rumble 2023, which takes place at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas on Saturday, January 28, 2023, with a start time of 8pm ET/5pm PT (1am on Sunday, January 29 27 in the UK).

A one-hour kick-off show starts at 7pm ET/4pm PT (Midnight in the UK).

Menn’s Royal Rumble Match

Confirmed Entrants:

  1. Kofi Kingston
  2. Santos Escobar
  3. Ricochet
  4. Austin Theory
  5. Seth ‘Freakin’ Rollins
  6. Bobby Lashley
  7. Baron Corbin
  8. Rey Mysterio
  9. Gunther
  10. Cody Rhodes
  11. Omos
  12. Drew McIntyre
  13. Sheamus
  14. Braun Strowman
  15. Karrion Kross
  16. Dominik Mysterio
  17. Xavier Woods
  18. The Miz
  19. Brock Lesnar

Rumoured Entrants:

  • AJ Styles
  • Chad Cable
  • Damian Priest
  • Dolph Ziggler
  • Rey Mysterio
  • Edge
  • Finn Balor
  • Johnny Gargano
  • Karl Anderson
  • Bad Bunny
  • Matt Riddle
  • Otis
  • Shinsuke Nakamura

We’ve got nearly two thirds of the men’s names confirmed, with 19/20 declaring. We hope there’ll be plenty of thrills and spills and a more successful Kofi save than last year’s attempt. As for the winner, for months it seemed as though Cody Rhodes, should he return, had enough passion and ability to make this match – and a WrestleMania main event – his.

But since then we’ve had the late entry of Brock Lesnar who you can NEVER count out, plus the rise and rise (and fall) and rise of Sami Zayn. We’re betting that no matter what shenanigans go on during and possibly even after the match, Sami Zayn will shock the world and make this one his.


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