The Royal Rumble is frequently inspected as the second-most thrilling WWE show of the year, behind WrestleMania. When it comes to the match itself, few streaks have the same level of prediction.
Not many matches have such high support, and in the case of the Royal Rumble, it’s a chance for one man and one woman every year to get a spot in the main event of WrestleMania.
The Royal Rumble match dates back to 1988, with the first winner being “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan. However, Until 1993 the all-important WrestleMania spot wasn’t introduced. Yokozuna was the first to get a championship opportunity via Rumble.
But do you know? What are the rules of the Royal Rumble match? Five rules apply to both the men’s and women’s matches, and they are as follows:
It is always true that the 90-second rule isn’t always enforced, as many have pointed out that WWE has been conflicting with it.
As for both feet touching the floor, WWE has used this inconsistency to build substantial moments and begin Kofi Kingston as an icon of the Rumble. Notwithstanding the former WWE Champion never winning the match, he is famous for using creative ways to avoid elimination – something he naturally faces every time.
The number one and number two positions are actually the same, but WWE frequently dignities winning from the #1 spot – something that has only been realized by Shawn Michaels (1995), Chris Benoit (2004), and Edge (2021). The only two players to win from the second position are Vince McMahon (1999) and Rey Mysterio (2006).