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    Royal Rumble 1989
    January 15th 1989,
    The Summit,
    Houston, Texas


    The Hart Foundation & Jim Duggen defeated The Fabulous Rougeaus &^ Dino Bravo when Bret Hart pinned Dino Bravo

    WWE Womens Championship

    Champion Rockin' Robin pinned Judy Martin

    King Haku pinned Harley Race

    Royal Rumble Match

    Order of entrance: 1 Ax, 2 Smash, 3 Andre The Giant, 4 Mr Perfect, 5 Ronnie Garvin, 6 Greg Valentine, 7 Jake Roberts, 8 Ron Bass, 9 Shawn Michaels, 10 Butch, 11 The Honky Tonk Man, 12 Tito Santana, 13 Bad News Brown, 14 Marty Jannetty, 15 Randy Savage, 16 Arn Anderson, 17 Tully Blanchard, 18 Hulk Hogan, 19 Luke, 20, Koko B Ware, 21, The Warlod, 22 The Big Bossman, 23 Akeem, 24 Brutus Beefcake, 25 The Red Rooster, 26 The Brabarian, 27 Big John Studd, 28 Hercules, 29 Rick Martell, 30 Ted Dibiase

    Order of elimination: 1 Smash by Andre The Giant, 2 Ronnie Garvin by Andre The Giant, 3 Jake Roberts by Andre The Giant, 4 Ax by Mr Perfect, 5 Andre The Giant by himself, 6 The Honky Tonk Man by Butch & Tito Santana, 7 Ron Bass by The Rocker, 8 Greg Valentine by Randy Savage, 9 Shawn Michaels by Arn Anderson & Randy Savage, 10 Marty Janetty by the Brainbusters, 11 Mr perfect by Hulk Hogan, 12 Tito Santana by Randy Savage & Arn Anderson, 13 Butch by Bad News Brown, 14 Koko B Ware by Hulk Hogan, 15 Luke by Hulk Hogan, 16 Arn Anderson by Hulk Hogan, 17 Tuly Blanchard by Hulk Hogan, 18 The Warlod by Hulk Hogan, 19, Randy Savage by Hulk Hogan, 20 Bad News Brown by Hulk Hogan, 21 Hulk Hogan by The Twin Towers, 22 The Big Bossman by Hulk Hogan, 23 The Red Rooster by Ted Dibiase, 24 Brutus Beefcake by Barbarian & Ted Dibiase, 25 Hercules by The Barbarian & Ted Dibiase, 26 The Barbarian by Rick Martel, 27 Rick Martel by Akeem, 28 Akeem by Big John Studd, 29 Ted Dibiase by Big John Studd

    Winner Big John Studd



    Royal Rumble 1990,
    January 21st 1990,
    Orlando Arena,
    Orlando, Florida


    The Bushwakers defeated The Fabulous Rougeaus when Butch pinned Jacques Rougeau

    The Genius & Brutus Beefcake fought to a no contest

    I Quit Match

    Ronnie Garvin defeated Greg Valentine

    Jim Duggen defeated The Big Bossman by disqualification

    Royal Rumble Match

    Order of entrance: 1 Ted Dibiase, 2 Koko B Ware, 3 Marty Jannetty, 4 Jake Roberts, 5 Randy Savage, 6 Roddy Piper, 7 The Warlod, 8 Bret Hart, 9 Bad News Brown, 10 Dusty Rhodes, 11 Andre The Giant, 12 The Red Rooster, 13 Ax, 14, Haku, 15 Smash, 16 Akeem, 17 Jimmy Snuka, 18 Dino Bravo, 19 Earthquake, 20 Jim Neidhart, 21 The Ultimate Warrior, 22 Rick Martel, 23 Tito Santana, 24 The Honky Tonk Man, 25 Hulk Hogan, 26 Shawn Michaels, 27, The Barbarian, 28 Rick Rude, 29 Hercules, 30 Mr Perfect

    Order of elimination: 1 Koko B Ware by Ted Dibiase, 2 Marty Jannetty by Ted Dibiase, 3 Jake Roberts by Randy Savage, 4 Randy Savage by Dusty Rhodes, 5 The Warlod by Andre The Giant, 6 Bad News Brown by Roddy Piper, 7 Roddy Piper by Bad News Brown, 8 The Red Rooster by Andre The Giant, 9 Bret Hart by Dusty Rhodes, 10 Andre The Giant by Demolition, 11 Akeem by Jimmy Snuka, 12 Dusty Rhodes by Earthquake, 13 Ax by Earthquake, 14 Earthquake by Jimmy Snuka, Ted Dibiase, Smash, Jim Neidhart & Haku, 15, Dino Bravo by The Ultimate Warrior, 16 Smash by Haku, 17 Jim Neidhart by Rick Martel & The Ultimate Warrior, 18 Ted Dibiase by The Ultimate Warrior, 19 Jimmy Snuka by Hulk Hogan, 20 Haku by Hulk Hogan, 21 Tito Santana by Rick Martel & The Ultimate Warrior, 22 The Honky Tonk Man by Hulk Hogan, 23 Shawn Michaels by The Ultimate Warior, 24 Rick Martel by The Ultimate Warrior, 25, The Ultimate Warrior by The Barbarian, Rick rude & Hulk Hogan, 26 The Barbarian by Hercules, 27 Hercules by Rick Rude, 28 Rick Rude by Mr Perfect, 29 Mr Perfect by Hulk Hogan

    Winner Hulk Hogan



    Royal Rumble 1991,
    January 19th 1991,
    Miami Arena,
    Miami, Florida


    The Rockers defeated The Orient Express when Marty Jannetty pinned Tanaka

    The Big Bossman pinned The Barbarian

    WWE Championship

    Sgt Slaughter pinned Champion The Ultimate Warrior to win the Championship

    The Mountie pinned Koko B Ware

    Ted Dibiase & Virgil defeated Dusty & Dustin Rhodes when Ted Dibiase pinned Dusty Rhodes

    Royal Rumble Match

    Order of entrance: 1 Bret Hart, 2 Dino Bravo, 3 Greg Valentine, 4 Paul Roma, 5 Kerry Von Erich, 6 Rick Martel, 7, Saba Simba, 8, Butch, 9 Jake Roberts, 10 Hercules, 11 Tito Santana, 12 The Undertaker, 13 Jimmy Snuka, 14 Davey Boy Smith, 15 Smash, 16 Hawk, 17 Shane Douglas, 18 Randy Savage, 19 Animal, 20 Crush, 21 Jim Duggen, 22 Earthquake, 23 Mr Perfect, 24 Hulk Hogan, 25 Haku, 26 Jim Neidhart, 27 Luke, 28 Brian Knobbs, 29 The Warlod, 30 Tugboat

    Order of elimination: 1 Dino Bravo by Greg Valentine, 2 Saba Simba by Rick Martel, 3 Paul Roma by Jake Roberts, 4. Bret Hart by The Undertaker, 5 Butch by The Undertaker, 6 Jake Roberts by Rick Martel, 7 Kerry Von Erich by The Undertaker, 8 Jimmy Snuka by Hawk, 9 The Undertaker by The Legion Of Doom, 10 Hawk by Hercules & Rick Martel, 11 Animal by Earthquake, 12 Jim Duggen by Mr Perfect, 13 Smash by Hulk Hogan, 14 Greg Valentine by Hulk Hogan, 15 Tito Santana by Earthquake, 16 Luke by Earthquake, 17 Hercules by Brian Knobbs, 18 Crush by Hulk Hogan, 19 The Warlod by Hulk Hogan, 20 Shane Douglas by Brian Knobbs, 21 Tugboat by Hulk Hogan, 22 Mr Perfect by Davey Boy Smith, 23 Jim Neidhart by Rick Martel, 24 Haku by Davey Boy Smith, 25 Rick Martel by Davey Boy Smith, 26 Davey Boy Smith by Earthquake & Brian Knobbs, 27 Brian Knobbs by Hulk Hogan, 28 Earthquake by Hulk Hogan

    Randy Savage no showed the match

    Winner Hulk Hogan



    Royal Rumble 1992,
    January 19th 1992,
    Knickerblocker Arena,
    Albany, New York


    The New Foundation defeated The Orient Express when Owen Hart pinned Tanaka

    WWE Intercontinental Championship

    Roddy Piper defeated Champion The Mountie by submission to win the Championship

    The Beverly Brothers defeated The Bushwakers when Beau Beverly pinned Luke

    WWE World Tag Team Championship

    The Natural Disasters beat Champions The Legion Of Doom by countout

    WWE Championship
    Royal Rumble Match


    Order of entrance: 1 Davey Boy Smith, 2 Ted Dibiase, 3 Ric Flair, 4 Jerry Sags, 5 Haku, 6 Shawn Michaels, 7 Tito Santana, 8 The Barbarian, 9 Kerry Von Erich, 10 Repo Man, 11 Greg Valentine, 12, Nikolai Volkoff, 13 The Big Bossman, 14 Hercules, 15 Roddy Piper, 16 Jake Roberts, 17 Jim Duggen, 18 Irwin R Schyster, 19 Jimmy Snuka, 20 The Undertaker, 21 Randy Savage, 22 Virgil, 23 The Berzerker, 24 Col Mustafa, 25 Rick Martel, 26 Hulk Hogan, 27 Skinner, 28 Sgt Slaughter, 29 Sid Justice, 30 The Warlod

    Order of elimination: 1 Ted Dibiase by Davey Boy Smith, 2 Jerry Sags by Davey Boy Smith, 3 Haku by Davey Boy Smith, 4 Nikolai Volkoff by Repo Man, 5 Greg Valentine by Repo Man, 6 Repo Man by The Big Bossman, 7 Davey Boy Smith by Ric Flair, 8 Kerry Von Erich by Ric Flair, 9 Shawn Micaels by Tito Santana, 10 Tito Santana by Shawn Michaels, 11 The Barbarian by Hercules, 12 Hercules by The Big Bossman, 13 The Big Bossman by Ric Flair, 14 Jimmy Snuka by The Undertaker, 15 Jake Roberts by Randy Savage, 16 Col Mustafa by Randy Savage, 17 The Undertaker by Hulk Hogan, 18 The Berzerker by Hulk Hogan, 19 Jim Duggen by Virgil, 20 Virgil by Jim Duggen, 21 Skinner by Rick Martel, 22 Sgt Slaughter by Sid Justice, 23 Irwin R Schyster by Roddy Piper, 24 The Warlod by Hulk Hogan & Sid Justice, 25 Rick Martel by Sid Justice, 26 Roddy Piper by Jake Roberts, 27 Randy Savage by Sid Justice & Ric Flair, 28 Hulk Hogan by Sid Justice, 29 Sid Justice by Hulk Hogan & Ric Flair

    Winner and Champion Ric Flair



    Royal Rumble 1993,
    January 24th 1993,
    ARCO Arena,
    Sacremento, California


    The Steiner Brothers defeated the Beverly Brothers when Scott Steiner pinned Blake Beverly

    WWE Intercontinental Championship

    Champion Shawn Michaels pinned Marty Jannetty

    Bam Bam Bigelow pinned The Big Bossman

    WWE Championship

    Champion Bret Hart defeated Razor Ramon by submission

    Royal Rumble Match

    Order of entrance: 1 Ric Flair, 2 Bob Backlund, 3 Papa Shango, 4 Ted Dibiase, 5 Brian Knobbs, 6 Virgil, 7 Jerry Lawler, 8, Max Moon, 9 Genichiro Tenryu, 10 Mr Perfect, 11 Skinner, 12 Koko B Ware, 13 Samu, 14 The Berzerker, 15 The Undertaker, 16 Terry Taylor, 17 Damian Demento, 18 Irwin R Schyster, 19 Tatanka, 20 Jerry Sags, 21 Typhoon, 22 Fatu, 23 Earthquake, 24 Carlos Colon, 25 Tito Santana, 26 Rick Martel, 27, Yokozuna, 28 Owen Hart, 29 Repo Man, 30 Randy Savage

    Order of elimination: 1 Papa Shango by Ric Flair, 2 Brian Knobbs by Ric Flair, 3 Max Moon by Jerry Lawler, 4 Ric Flair by Mr Perfect, 5 Skinner by Mr Perfect, 6 Jerry Lawler by Mr Perfect, 7 Virgil by The Berzerker, 8 Mr Perfect by Jerry Lawler, Koko B Ware & Ted Dibiase, 9 Samu by The Undertaker, 10 Genichiro Tenryu by The Undertaker, 11 Koko B Ware by Ted Dibiase, 12 Terry Taylor by Ted Dibiase, 13 Ted Dibiase by The Undertaker, 14 The Berzerker by The Undertaker, 15 The Undertaker by Giant Gonzalez, 16 Typhoon by Earthquake, 17 Damien Demento by Earthquake, 18 Fatu by Bob Backlund, 19 Irwin R Schyster by Earthquake, 20 Tatanka by Yokozuna, 21 Carlos Colon by Yokozuna, 22 Earthquake by Yokozuna, 23 Tito Santana by Yokozuna, 24 Jerry Sags by Owen Hart, 25 Owen Hart by Yokozuna, 26 Repo Man by Randy Savage, 27 Rick Martel by Bob Backlund, 28 Bob Backlund by Yokozuna, 29 Randy Savage by Yokozuna

    Winner Yokozuna



    Royal Rumble 1994,
    January 22nd 1994,
    Providence Civic Center,
    Providence Rhode Island


    Tatanka pinned Bam Bam Bigelow

    WWE World Tag Team Championship

    Champions The Quebecers defeated Bret & Owen Hart by referee stoppage

    WWE Intercontinental Championship

    Champion Razor Ramon pinned Irwin R Schyster

    WWE Championship
    Casket Match


    Champion Yokozuna defeated The Undertaker

    Royal Rumble

    Order of entrance: 1 Scott Steiner, 2 Samu, 3 Rick Steiner, 4 Kwang, 5 Owen Hart, 6 Bart Gunn, 7 Diesel, 8 Bob Backlund, 9 Billy Gunn, 10 Virgil, 11 Randy Savage, 12 Jeff Jarrett, 13 Crush, 14 Doink, 15 Bam Bam Bigelow, 16 Mabel, 17 Sparky Plugg, 18 Shawn Michaels, 19 Mo, 20 Greg Valentine, 21 Tatanka, 22 The Great Kabuki, 23 Lex Luger, 24 Genichiro Tenryu, 25 Bastion Booger, 26 Rick Martel, 27 Bret Hart, 28 Fatu, 29 Marty Jannetty, 30 Adam Bomb

    Order of elimination: 1 Samu by Scott Steiner, 2 Rick Steiner by Owen Hart, 3 Bart Gunn by Diesel, 4 Scott Steiner by Diesel, 5 Owen Hart by Diesel, 6 Kwang by Diesel, 7 Bob Backlund by Diesel, 8 Billy Gunn by Diesel, 9 Virgil by Diesel, 10 Jeff Jarrett by Randy Savage, 11 Randy Savage by Crush, 12 Doink by Bam Bam Bigelow, 13 Diesel by Sparky Plugg, Crush, Bam Bam Bigelow & Mabel, 14 Mabel by Greg Valentine, Crush, Tatanka, The Great Kabuki, Bam Bam Bigelow, Sparky Plugg & Shawn Michaels, 15 The Great Kabuki by Lex Luger, 16 Crush by Lex Luger, Bret Hart & Sparky Plugg, 17 Sparky Plugg by Bret Hart & Shawn Micaels, 18 Greg Valentine by Rick Martel, 19 Rick Martel by Tatanka, 20 Adam Bomb by Lex Luger, 21 Mo by Fatu, 22 Tatanka by Bam Bam Bigelow, 23 Bam Bam Bigelow by Lex Luger, 24 Marty Jannetty by Shawn Michaels, 25 Genichiro Tenryu by Bret Hart & Lex Luger, 26 Fatu by Bret Hart, 27 Shawn Michaels by Lex Luger

    Bastion Booger no showed the match

    Co-Winners Bret Hart & Lex Luger



    Royal Rumble 1995,
    January 22nd 1995,
    USF Sun Dome,
    Tampa, Florida


    WWE Intercontinental Championship

    Jeff Jarrett pinned Champion Razor Ramon to win the Championship

    The Undertaker pinned Irwin R Schyster

    WWE Championship

    Champion Diesel and Bret Hart fought to a no contest

    Vacant WWE World Tag Team Championship

    Bob Holly & The 1,2,3 Kid defeated Bam Bam Bigelow & Tatanka to win the Championship when The 1,2,3 Kid pinned Bam Bam Bigelow

    Royal Rumble Match

    Order of entrance: 1 Shawn Michaels, 2 Davey Boy Smith, 3 Eli Blu, 4 Duke Droese, 5 Jimmy Del Rey, 6 Sionne, 7 Tom Prichard, 8 Doink, 9 Kwang, 10 Rick Martel, 11 Owen Hart, 12 Timothy Well, 13 Luke, 14 Jacob Blu, 15 King Kong Bundy, 16 Mo, 17 Mabel, 18 Butch, 19 Lex Luger, 20 The Mantaur, 21 Aldo Montoya, 22 Henry Godwin, 23 Billy Gunn, 24 Bart Gunn, 25 Bob Backlund, 26 Steven Dunn, 27 Dick Murdoch, 28 Adam Bomb, 29 Fatu, 30 Crush

    Order of elimination: 1 Jimmy Del Rey by Shawn Michaels, 2 Owen Hart by Davey Boy Smith, 3 Duke Droese by Shawn Michaels, 4 Timothy Well by Davey Boy Smith, 5 Rick Martel by Sionne, 6 Tom Prichard by Shawn Micaels, 7 Doink by Kwang, 8 Kwang by Sionne, 9 Eli Blu by Sionne, 10 Sionne by Eli Blu, 11 Luke by Shawn Michaels, 12 Jacob Blu by Shawn Michaels, 13 Mo by King Kong Bundy, 14 King Kong Bundy by Mabel, 15 Butch by Shawn Michaels, 16 Mabel by Lex Luger, 17 Bob Backlund by Lex Luger, 18 The Mantaur by Lex Luger, 19 Bart Gunn by Crush & Shawn Michaels, 20 Billy Gunn by Crush & Shawn Micaels, 21 Steven Dunn by Aldo Montoya, 22 Adam Bomb by Crush, 23 Aldo Montoya by Crush, 24 Fatu by Crush, 25 Dick Murdoch by henry Godwin, 26 Henry Godwin by Lex Luger, 27 Lex Luger by Shawn Michaels & Crush, 28 Crush by Davey Boy Smith, 29 Davey Boy Smith by Shawn Michaels

    Winner Shawn Michaels



    Royal Rumble 1996,
    January 21st 1996,
    Selland Arena,
    Fresco, California


    Ahmed Johnson defeated Jeff Jarrett by disqualification

    WWE World Tag Team Championship

    The Smoking Gunns defeated The Body Donnas when Billy Gunn pinned Zip

    WWE Intercontinental Championship

    Goldust pinned Champion Razor Ramon to win the Championship

    Royal Rumble Match

    Order of entrance: 1 Hunter Hearst Helmsley, 2 Henry Godwin, 3 Bob Backlund, 4 Jerry Lawler, 5 Bob Holly, 6 King Mabel, 7Jake Roberts, 8 Dory Funk Jr, 9 Yokozuna, 10 The 1,2,3 Kid, 11 Takao Ōmori, 12 Savio Vega, 13, Vader, 14 Doug Gilbert, 15 Swat Team 1, 16 Swat Team 2, 17 Owen Hart, 18 Shawn Michaels, 19 Hakushi, 20 Tatanka, 21 Aldo Montoya, 22 Diesel, 23 Kama, 24 Steve Austin, 25 Barry Horrowitz, 26 Haku, 27 Isaac Yankem, 28 Marty Jannetty, 29 Davey Boy Smith, 30 Duke Droese

    Order of elimination: 1 Bob Backlund by Yokozuna, 2 Henry Godwin by Jake Roberts, 3 King Mabel by Yokozuna, 4 Takao Ōmori by Jake Roberts, 5 Dory Funk Jr by Savio Vega, 6 Jake Roberts by Vader, 7 Doug Gilbert by Vader, 8 Swat Team 1 by Vader, 9 Swat Team 2 by Yokozuna, 10 Savio Vega by Vader, 11 Yokozuna by Shawn Michaels, 12 Vader by Shawn Michaels, 13 The 1,2,3 Kid by Shawn Michaels, 14 Hakushi by Owen Hart, 15 Aldo Montoya by Tatanka, 16 Jerry Lawler by Shawn Michaels, 17 Tatanka by Diesel, 18 Bob Holly by Steve Austin, 19 Hunter Hearst Helmsley by Diesel, 20 Barry Horrowitz by Owen Hart, 21 Owen Hart by Shawn Michaels & Diesel, 22 Marty Jannetty by Davey Boy Smith, 23 Steve Austin by Fatu, 24 Fatu by Isaac Yankem, 25 Isaac Yankem by Shawn Michaels, 26 Duke Droese by Kama & Diesel, 27 Davey Boy Smith by Shawn Michaels, 28 Kama by Diesel, 29 Diesel by Shawn Michaels

    Winner Shawn Michaels

    WWE Championship

    The Undertaker defeated Champion Bret Hart by disqualification



    Royal Rumble 1997,
    January 19th 1997,
    Alamodome,
    San Antonio, Texas


    WWE Intercontinental Championship

    Champion Hunter Hearst Helmsley pinned Goldust

    Ahmed Johnson defeated Faarooq by disqualification

    Vader pinned The Undertaker

    Héctor Garza, Perro Aguayo, and El Canek defeated Jerry Estrada, Heavy Metal, and Fuerza Guerrera when Perro Aguayo pinned Heavy Metal

    Royal Rumble Match

    Order of entrance: 1 Crush, 2, Ahmed Johnson, 3 Fake Razor Ramon, 4 Phineas Godwin, 5 Steve Austin, 6 Bart Gunn, 7 Jake Roberts, 8 Davey Boy Smith, 9 Pierroth, 10 The Sultan, 11 Mil Máscaras, 12 Hunter Hearst Helmsley, 13 Owen Hart, 14 Goldust, 15 Cibernético, 16 Marc Mero, 17 Latin Lover, 18 Faarooq, 19 Savio Vega, 20 Jesse James, 21 Bret Hart, 22 Jerry Lawler, 23 The Fake Diesel, 24 Terry Funk, 25 Rocky Maivia, 26 Mnakind, 27 Flash Funk, 28 Vader, 29 Henry Godwin, 30 The Undertaker

    Order Of Elimination: 1 The Fake Razor Ramon by Ahmed Johnson, 2 Ahmed Johnson by himself, 3 Crush by Phineas Godwin, 4 Phineas Godwin by Steve Austin 5, Bart Gunn by Steve Austin, 6 Jake Roberts by Steve Austin, 7 The Sultan by Davey Boy Smith, 8 Davey Boy Smith by Owen Hart, 9 Cibernético by Mil Máscaras, 10 Pierroth by Mil Máscaras, 11 Mil Máscaras by himself, 12 Hunter Hearst Helmsley by Goldust, 13 Goldust by Owen Hart, 14 Latin Lover by Faarooq, 15 Faarooq by himself, 16 Marc Mero by Steve Austin, 17 Owen Hart by Steve Austin, 18 Savio Vega by Steve Austin, 19 Jesse James by Steve Austin, 20 Jerry Lawler by Bret Hart, 21 Flash Funk by Vader, 22 Henry Godwin by The Undertaker, 23 Rocky Maivia by Mankind, 24 Terry Funk by Mankind, 25 Mankind by The Undertaker, 26 Vader by Steve Austin, 27 The Undertaker by Steve Austin, 28 The Fake Diesel by Bret Hart, 29 Bret Hart by Steve Austin

    Winner Steve Austin

    WWE Championship

    Shawn Michaels pinned Champion Sid to win the Championship



    Royal Rumble 1998,
    January 18th 1998,
    San Jose Arena,
    San Jose, California


    Vader pinned The Artist Formerly Known As Goldust

    Special Referee Sunny

    Max Mini, Mosaic and Nova defeated Battalion, El Torito and Tarantula when Max Mini pinned El Torito

    WWE Intercontinental Championship

    Champion The Rock defeated Ken Shamrock by disqualification

    WWE World Tag Team Championship

    The Legion Of Doom defeated Champions The New Age Outlaws by disqualification

    Royal Rumble

    Order of entrance: 1 Cactus Jack, 2 Chainsaw Charlie, 3 Tom Brandi, 4 The Rock, 5 Mosh, 6 Phineas Godwin, 7 8-Ball, 8 Blackjack Bradshaw, 9 Owen Hart, 10 Steve Blackman, 11 D-Lo Brown, 12 Kurrgan, 13 Marc Mero, 14 Ken Shamrock, 15 Thrasher, 16 Mankind, 17 The Artist Formerly Known As Goldust, 18 Jeff Jarrett, 19 The Honky Tonk Man, 20 Ahmed Johnson, 21 Mark Henry, 22 Skull, 23 Kama Mustafa, 24, Steve Austin, 25 Henry Godwin, 26 Savio Vega, 27 Faarooq, 28 Dude Love, 29 Chainz, 30 Vader

    Order of elimination: 1 Tom Brandi by Cactus Jack & Chainsaw Charlie, 2 Cactus Jack by Chainsaw Charlie, 3 Mosh by Kurrgan, 4 Steve Blackman by Kurrgan, 5 Kurrgan by Ken Shamrock, 8-Ball, Phineas Godwin & Blackjack Bradshaw, 6 Chainsaw Charlie by Mankind, 7 Mankind by The Artit Formerly Known A Goldust, 8 Jeff Jarrett by Owen Hart, 9 Ken Shamrock by The Rock, 10 Owen Hart by Triple H & Chyna, 11 Ahmed Johnson by Mark Henry & D-Lo Brown, 12 Phineas Godwin by Mark Henry, 13 Marc Mero by Steve Austin, 14 8-Ball by Steve Austin, 15 Blackjack Bradshaw by Dude Love, 16 D-Lo Brown by Faarooq, 17 The Honky Tonk Man by Vader, 18 Thrasher by Steve Austin, 19 Kama Mustafa by Steve Austin, 20 Savio Vega by Steve Austin, 21 Vader by The Artist Formerly Known As Goldust, 22 Henry Godwin by Hhimself, 23 The Artist Formerly known As Goldust by Chainz, 24 Chainz by Steve Austin, 25 Mark Henry by Faarooq, 26 Dude LOve by Faarooq, 27 Faarooq by The Rock, 28 The Rock by Steve Austin

    Skull unable to compete

    Winner Steve Austin

    WWE Championship
    Casket Match


    Champion Shawn Michaels defeated The Undertaker



    Royal rumble 1999,
    January 24th 1999,
    Arrowhead Pond,
    Aneheim, California


    The Big Bossman pinned The Road Dogg

    WWE Intercontinental Championship

    Champion Ken Shamrock defeated Billy Gunn by submission

    WWE European Championship

    Champion X-Pac pinned Gangrel

    WWE Womens Championship
    Strap Match


    Champion Sable defeated Luna Vachon

    WWE Championship
    I Quit Match


    The Rock defeated Champion Mankind to win the Championship

    Royal Rumble Match

    Order of entrance: 1 Steve Austin, 2 Vince McMahon, 3 Golga, 4 Droz, 5 Edge, Gillberg, 7 Steve Blackman, 8 Dan Severn, 9 Tiger Ali Singh, 10 The Blue Meanie, 11 Mabel, 12 The Road Dogg, 13 Kurrgan, 14 Gangrel, 15 Al Snow, 16 Goldust, 17 The Godfather, 18 Kane, 19 Ken Shamrock, 20 Billy Gunn, 21 Test, 22 The Big Bossman, 23 Triple H, 24 Val Venis, 25 X-Pac, 26 Mark Henry, 27 Jeff Jarrett, 28 D-Lo Brown, 29 Owen Hart, 30 Chyna

    Order of elimination: 1 Golga by Steve Austin, 2 Gillberg by Edge, 3 Dan Severn by Mabel, 4 Steve Blackman by Mabel, 5 Tiger Ali Singh by Mabel, 6 The Blue Meanie by Mabel, 7 Droz by Mabel, 8 Edge by The Road Dogg, 9 Mabel by Mideon & The Acolytes, 10 Gangrel by The Road Dogg, 11 Al Snow by The Road Dogg, 12 The Road Dogg by Kane, 13 Kurrgan by Kane, 14 The Godfather by Kane, 15 Goldust by Kane, 16 Kane by himself, 17 Ken Shamrock by Steve Austin, 18 Billy Gunn by Steve Austin, 19 Test by Steve Austin, 20 X-Pac by The Big Bossman, 21 Jeff Jarrett by Triple H, 22 Mark Henry by Chyna, 23 Chyna by Steve Austin, 24 Val Venis by Triple H, 25 Triple H by Steve Austin 26, Owen Hart by Steve Austin, 27 D-Lo Brown by The Big Bossman, 28 The Big Bossman by Steve Austin, 29 Steve Austin by Vince McMahon

    Winner Vince McMahon



    Royal Rumble 2000,
    January 23rd 2000,
    Madison Square Garden,
    New York City, New York


    Tazz defeated Kurt Angle by submission

    Tables Match

    The Hardy Boys defeated The Dudley Boys

    WWE Intercontinental Championship

    Co Champion Chris Jericho defeated Co Champion Chyna & Hardcore Holly when he pinned Hardcore Holly to become Champion

    WWE World Tag Team Championship

    Champions The New Age Outlaws defeated The APA when Billy Gunn pinned Bradshaw

    WWE Championship
    Streetfight


    Champion Triple H pinned Cactus Jack

    Royal Rumble

    Order of entrance: 1 D-Lo Brown, 2 Grand Master Sexay, 3 Mosh, 4 Christian, 5 Rikishi, 6 Scotty 2 Hotty, 7 Steve Blackman, 8 Viscera, 9 The Big Bossman, 10 Test, 11 Davey Boy Smith, 12 Gangrel, 13 Edge, 14 Bob Backlund, 15 Chris Jericho, 16 Crash Holly, 17 Chyna, 18 Faarooq, 19 Road Dogg, 20 Al Snow, 21 Val Venis, 22 Prince Albert, 23 Hardcore Holly, 24 The Rock, 25 Billy gunn, 26 The Big Show, 27 Bradshaw, 28 Kane, 29 The Godfather, 20 X-Pac

    Order of elimination: 1 Mosh by Rikishi, 2 Christian by Rikishi, 3 D-Lo Brown by Rikishi, 5 Grand Master Sexay by Rikishi, 6 Scotty 2 Hotty by Rikishi, 7 Viscera by Rikishi, 8 Rikishi by The Big Bossman, Test, Davey Boy Smith, Gangrel, Bob Backlund & Edge, 9 Bob Backlund by Chris Jericho, 10 Chris Jericho by Chyna, 11 Chyna by The Big Bossman, 12 Faarooq by The Big Bossman, 13 Davey Boy Smith by The Road Dogg, 14 Edge by Al Snow & Val Venis, 15 The Big Bossman by The Rock, 16 Crash Holly by The Rock, 17 Test by The Big Show, 18 Gangrel by The Big Show, 19 Bradshaw by The New Age Outlaws, 20 Val Venis by Kane, 21 Prince Albert by Kane, 22 Hardcore Holly by Kane, 23 The Godfather by The Big Show, 24 Al Snow by The Rock, 25 The Road Dogg by Billy Gunn, 26 Billy Gunn by Kane, 27 Kane by X-pac, 28 X-Pac by The Big Show, 29 The Big Show by The Rock

    The winner The Rock



    Royal Rumble 2001,
    January 21st 2001,
    New Orleans Arena,
    New Orleans Louisiana


    WWE World Tag Team Championship

    The Dudley Boys defeated Champions Edge & Christian to win the Championship when D-Von Dudley pinned Edge

    WWE Intercontinental Championship
    Ladder Match


    Chris Jericho beat Champion Chris Benoit to win the Championship

    WWE Womens Championship

    Champion Ivory pinned Chyna

    WWE Championship

    Champion Kurt Angle pinned Triple H

    Royal Rumble Match

    Order of entrance: 1 Jeff Hardy, 2 Bull Buchanan, 3 Matt Hardy, 4 Faarooq, 5 Drew Carey, 6 Kane, 7Raven, 8 Al Snow, 9 Perry Saturn, 10 Steve Blackman, 11 Grand Master Sexay, 12 The Honky Tonk Man, 13 The Rock, 14 The Goodfather, 15 Tazz, 16 Bradshaw, 17 Albert, 18 Hardcore Holly, 19 K-Kwik, 20 Val Venis, 21 William Regal, 22 Test, 23 The Big Show, 24 Crash Holly, 25 The Undertaker, 26 Scotty 2 Hotty, 27 Steve Austin, 28 Billy Gunn, 29 Haku, 30 Rikishi

    Order of elimination: 1 Bull Buchanan by The Harrdy Boys, 2 Faarooq by The Hardy Boys, 3 Matt Hardy by Jeff Hardy, 4 Jeff Hardy by Matt Hardy, 5 Drew Carey by himself, 6 Grand Master Sexay by Kane, 7 Steve Blackman by Kane, 8 Al Snow by Kane, 9 Raven by Kane, 10 Perry Saurn by Kane, 11 The Honky Tonk Man by Kane, 12 The Goodfather by Kane, 13 Tazz by Kane, 14 William Regal by Test, 15 Test by The Big Show, 16 K-Kwik by The Big Show, 17 The Big Show by The Rock, 18 Bradshaw by The Undertaker, 19 Crash Holly by Kane, 20 Albert by Kane, 21 Hardcore Holly by The Undertaker, 22 Val Venis by The Undertaker, 23 Scotty 2 Hotty by The Undertaker & Kane, 24 Haku by Steve Austin, 25 The Undertaker by Rikishi, 26 Rikishi by The Rock, 27 Billy Gunn by Steve Austin, 28 The Rock by Kane, 29 Kane by Steve Austin

    Winner Steve Austin



    Royal Rumble 2002,
    January 20th 2002,
    Philips Arena,
    Atlanta, Georgia


    WWE World Tag Team Championship

    Champions Spike Dudley & Tazz defeated The Dudley Boys when Tazz defeated D-Von Dudley by submission

    WWE Intercontinental Championship

    William Regal pinned Champion Edge to win the Championship

    WWE Womens Championship

    Champion Trish Stratus pinned Jazz

    Streetfight

    Ric Flair defeated Vince McMahon by submission

    WWE Undisputed Championship

    Champion Chris Jericho pinned The Rock

    Royal Rumble Match

    Order of entrance: 1 Rikishi, 2 Goldust, 3 The Big Bossman, 4 Bradshaw, 5 Al Snow, 6 Al Snow, 7 Billy Gunn, 8 The Undertaker, 9 Jeff Hardy, 10 Matt Hardy, 11 Maven, 12 Scotty 2 Hotty, 13 Christian, 14 Diamond Dallas Page, 15 Chuck Pulumbo, 16 The Godfather, 17 Albert, 18 Perry Saturn, 19 Steve Austin, 20 Val Venis, 21 Test, 22 Triple H, 23 The Hurricane, 24 Faarooq, 25 Mr Perfect, 26 Kurt Angle, 27 The Big Show, 28 Kane, 29 Rob van Dam, 30 Booker T

    Order of elimination: 1 The Big Bossman by Rikishi, 2 Lance Storm by Al Snow, 3 Bradshaw by Billy Gunn, 4 Goldust by The Undertaker, 5 Al Snow by The Undertaker, 6 Rikishi by The Undertaker, 7 Billy Gunn by The Undertaker, 8 Jeff Hardy by The Undertaker, 9 Matt Hardy by The Undertaker, 10 The Undertaker by Maven, 11 Maven by The Undertaker, 12 Scotty 2 Hotty by Diamond Dallas Page, 13 Diamond Dallas Page by Christian, 14 Albert by Christian & Chuck Pulumbo, 15 The Godfather by Christian & Chuck Pulumbo, 16 Christian by Steve Austin, 17 Chuck Pulumbo by Steve Austin, 18 Perry Saturn by Steve Austin, 19 Val Venis by Steve Austin, 20 Test by Steve Austin, 21 The Hurricane by Steve Austin & Triple H, 22 Faarooq by Triple H, 23 The Big Show by Kane, 24 Kane by Kurt Angle, 25 Rob Van Dam by Booker T, 26 Booker T by Steve Austin, 27 Steve Austin by Kurt Angle, 28 Mr Perfect by Triple H, 29 Kurt Angle by Triple H

    Winner Triple H



    Royal Rumble 2003,
    January 19th 2003,
    Fleet Center,
    Boston, Massachusetts


    Brock Lesner pinned The Big Show

    WWE World Tag Team Championship

    The Dudley Boys defeated Champions Lance Storm & William Regal to win the Championship when D-Von Dudley pinned Lance Storm

    Torrie Wilson pinned Dawn Marie

    WWE Wold Championship

    Scott Steiner defeated Champion Triple H by disqualification

    WWE Championship

    Champion Kurt Angle defeated Chris Benoit by submission

    Royal Rumble Match

    Order of entrance: 1 Shawn Michaels, 2 Chris Jericho, 3 Chris Nowinski, 4 Rey Mysterio, 5 Edge, 6 Christian, 7 Chavo Guerrero, 8 Taijiri, 9 Bill DeMott, 10 Tommy Dreamer, 11 B-2, 12 Rob Van Dam, 13 Matt Hardy, 14 Eddie Guerrero, 15 Jeff Hardy, 16 Rosey, 17 Test, 18 John Cena, 19 Charlie Haas, 20 Rikishi, 21 Jemal, 22 Kane, 23 Shelton Benjiman, 24 Booker T, 25 A-Train, 26 Maven, 27 Goldust, 28 Btaista, 29 Brock Lesner, 20 The Undertaker

    Order of elimination: 1 Shawn Michaels by Chris Jericho, 2 Chris Nowinski vy Chris Jericho, 3 Rey Mysterio by Chris Jericho, 4 Bill DeMott by Edge, 5 Tommy Dreamer by Christian & Chris Jericho, 6 Taijiri by Chris Jericho, 7 B-2 by Edge, 8 Chavo Guerrero by Edge, 9 Christian by Chris Jericho, 10 Edge by Chris Jericho, 11 Jeff Hardy by Rob Van Dam, 12 Rosey by Kane, 13 Eddie Guerrero by Booker T, 14 Chris Jericho by Test, 15 Goldust by Charlie Haas, 16 Booker T by Team Angle, 17 Test by Batista, 18 Rikishi by Batista, 19 Shelton Benjiman by Brock Lesner, 20 Charlie Haas by Brock Lesner, 21 Matt Hardy by Brock Lesner, 22 John Cena by The Undertaker, 23 Jemal by The Undertaker, 24 Maven by The Undertaker, 25 A-Train by Kane & Rob Van Dam, 26 Rob Van Dam by Kane, 27 Batista by The Undertaker, 28 Kane by The Undertaker, 29 The Undertaker by Brock Lesner

    Winner Brock Lesner



    Royal Rumble 2004,
    January 25th 2004,
    Wachovia Center,
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


    WWE World Tag Team Championship
    Tables Match


    Champions Ric Flair & Batista defeated The Dudley Boys

    WWE Cruserweight Championship

    Champion Rey Mysterio pinned Jamie Noble

    Eddie Guerrero pinned Chavo Guerrero

    WWE Championship

    Champion Brock Lesner pinned Hardcore Holly

    WWE World Championship
    Last Man Standing Match


    Champion Triple H & Shawn Michaels fought to a double knockout

    Royal Rumble Match

    Order of entrance: 1 Chris Benoit, 2 Randy Orton, 3 Mark Henry, 4 Taijiri, 5 Bradshaw, 6 Rhyno, 7 Matt Hardy, 8 Scott Steiner, 9 Matt Morgan, 10 The Hurricane, 11 Booker T, 12 Kane, 13 Spike Dudley, 14 Rikishi, 15 Rene Dupree, 16 A-Train, 17 Shelton Benjiman, 18 Ernest Miller, 19 Kurt Angle, 20 Rico, 21 Mick Foley, 22 Christian, 23 Nunzio, 24 The Big Show, 25 Chris Jericho, 26 Charlie Haas, 27 Billy Gunn, 28 John Cena, 29 Rob Van Dam, 30 Goldberg

    Order of elimination: 1 Bradshaw by Chris Benoit, 2 Taijiri by Rhyno, 3 Mark Henry by Chris Benoit, 4 The Hurricane by Matt Morgan, 5 Scott Steiner by Booker T, 6 Kane by Booker T, 7 Rhyno by Chris Benoit, 8 Matt Hardy by Rene Dupree, 9 Rene Dupree by Rikishi, 10 Matt Morgan by Chris Benoit, 11 Rikishi by Randy Orton, 12 Booker T by Randy Orton, 13 A-Train by Chris Benoit, 14 Shelton Benjiman by Randy Orton, 15 Ernest Miller by Randy Orton, 16 Rico by Randy Orton, 17 Randy Orton by Mick Foley, 18 Mick Foley by himself, 19 Christian by Chris Jericho, 20 Charlie Haas by Goldberg, 21 Billy Gunn by Goldberg, 22 Nunzio by Goldberg, 23 Goldberg by Kurt Angle, 24 John Cena by The Big Show, 25 Rob Van Dam by The Big Show, 26 Chris Jericho by The Big Show, 27 Kurt Angle by The Big Show, 28 The Big Show by Chris Benoit

    Spike Dudley no showed the match

    Winner Chris Benoit



    New Years Revoloution 2005,
    January 9th 2005,
    Coliseo de Puerto Rico,
    San Juan, Puerto Rico


    WWE Wolrd Tag Team Championship

    Champions William Regal & Eugene defeated Christian & Tyson Tomko when Eugene pinned Tyson Tomko

    WWE Womens Championship

    Trish Stratus pinned Champion Lita to win the Championship

    WWE Intercontinental Championship

    Shelton Benjiman pinned Maven

    WWE Intercontinental Championship

    Shelton Benjiman pinned Maven again

    Muhammad Hassan pinned Jerry Lawler

    Kane pinned Snitsky

    Vacant World Championship
    Special Referee Shawn Michaels
    Elimination Chamber


    Order of entrance: 1 Chris Jericho, 2 Chris Benoit, 3 Triple H, 4 Edge, 5 Randy Orton, 6 Batista

    Order of elimination: 1 Edge by Shawn Michaels, 2 Chris Benoit by Batista, 3 Chris Jericho by Batista, 4 Batista by Randy Orton, 5 Randy Orton by Triple h

    Winner and new Champion Triple H



    Royal Rumble 2005,
    January 30th 2005,
    Save Mart Center,
    Fresno, California


    Edge pinned Shawn Michaels

    Casket Match

    The Undertaker pinned Heidenreich

    WWE Championship

    Champion John Bradshaw Layfield defeated The Big Show & Kurt Angle when he pinned Kurt Angle

    WWE World Championship

    Champion Triple H pinned Randy Orton

    Royal Rumble Match

    Order of entrance: 1 Eddie Guerrero, 2 Chris Benoit, 3 Daniel Puder, 4 Hardcore Holly, 5 The Hurricane, 6 Kenzo Suzuki, 7 Edge, 8 Rey Mysterio, 9 Shelton Benjiman, 10 Booker T, 11 Chris Jericho, 12 Luther Reigns, 13 Muhammad Hassan, 14 Orlando Jordan, 15 Scotty 2 Hotty, 16 Charlie Haas, 17 Rene Dupree, 18 Simon Dea, 19 Shawn Michales, 20 Kurt Angle, 21 Johnathon Coachman, 22 Mark Jindrak, 23 Viscera, 24 Mark Jindrak, 25 John Cena, 26 Snitsky, 27 Kane, 28 Batista, 29 Christian, 30 Ric Flair

    Order of elimination: 1 Daniel Puder by Hardcore Holly, 2 Hardcore Holly by Chris Benoit & Eddie Guerrero, 3 The Hurricane by Chris Benoit & Eddie Guerrero, 4 Kenzo Suzuki by Rey Mysterio, 5 Muhammad Hassan by Chris Benoit, Chris Jericho, Edge, Luther Reigns, Booker T & Shelton Benjiman, 6 Scotty 2 Hotty by Muhammed Hassan, 7 Luther Reigns by Booker T, 8 Orlando Jordan by Booker T, 9 Booker T by Eddie Guerrero & Rey Mysterio, 10 Shelton Benjiman by Edge, 11 Eddie Guerrero by Edge, 12 Simon Dean by Shawn Michaels, 13 Charlie Haas by Shawn Michaels, 14 Kurt Angle by Shawn Michaels, 15 Shawn Michaels by Kurt Angle, 16 Rene Dupree by Chris Jericho, 17 Viscera by John Cena, 18 Paul London by Snitsky, 19 Mark Jindrak by Kane, 20 Snitsky by Batista, 21 Chris Jericho by Batista, 22 Kane by John Cena, 23 Johnathon Coachman by Ric Flair, 24 Christian by Batista, 25 Chris Benoit by Ric Flair, 26 Ric Flair by Edge, 27 Rey Mysterio by Edge, 28 Edge by Batista & John Cena, 29 John Cena by Batista

    Winner Batista



    New Years Revolution 2006,
    January 8th 2006,
    Pepsi Arena,
    Albany, New York


    WWE Intercontinental Championship

    Champion Ric Flair beat Edge by disqualification

    WWE Womens Championship

    Champion Trish Stratus pinned Mickie James

    Jerry Lawler pinned Gregory Helms

    Triple H pinned The Big Show

    Shelton Benjiman pinned Viscera

    Bra And Panties Match

    Ashley defeated Victoria, Torrie Wilson, Maria and Candice Michelle

    WWE Championship
    Elimination Chamber


    Order of entrance: 1 John Cena, 2 Shawn Michaels, 3 Carlito, 4 Kurt Angle, 5 Chris Masters, 6 Kane

    Order of elimination: 1 Kurt Angle pinned Shawn Michaels, 2 Kane by Carlito & Chris Masters, 3 Shawn Michaels by Carlito, 4 Chris Masters by Carlito, 5 Carlito by John Cena

    Winner John Cena

    WWE Championship

    Edge pinned Champion John Cena to win the Championship



    Royal Rumble 2006,
    January 29th 2006,
    American Airlines Arena,
    Miami, Florida


    Cruserweight Championship
    Cruserweight Open


    Gregory Helms defeated Champion Kid Kash, Funaki, Nunzio, Jamie Noble & Paul London to win the Championship when he pinned Funaki

    Special Referee Trish Stratus

    Mickie James pinned Ashley

    The Boogeyman pinned John Bradshaw Layfield

    Royal Rumble Match

    Order of entrance: 1 Triple H, 2 Rey Mysterio, 3 Simon Dean, 4 Psicosis, 5 Ric Flair, 6 The Big Show, 7 Jonathan Coachman, 8 Bobby Lashley, 9 Kane, 10 Sylvan, 11 Carlito, 12 Chris Benoit, 13 Booker T, 14 Joey Mercury, 15 Tatanka, 16 Johnny Nitro, 17 Trevor Murdoch, 18 Eugene, 19 Animal, 20 Rob Van Dam, 21 Orlando Jordan, 22 Chavo Guerrero, 23 Matt Hardy, 24 Super Crazy, 25 Shawn Michaels, 26 Chris Masters, 27 Viscera, 28 Shelton Benjiman, 29 Goldust, 30 Randy Orton

    Order of elimination: 1 Simon Dean by Rey Mysterio & Triple H, 2 Psicosis by Rey Mysterio, 3 Ric Flair by Triple H, 4 Jonathan Coachman by The Big Show, 5 Syllvan by Bobby Lashley, 6 Bobby Lashley by The Big Show & Kane, 7 The Big Show by Triple H, 8 Kane by Triple H, 9 Booker T by Chris Benoit, 10 Animal by Rob Van Dam, 11 Chavo Guerrero by Triple H, 12 Tatanka by MNM, 13 Trevor Murdoch by Shawn Michaels, 14 Matt Hardy by Viscera, 15 Eugene by Chris Benoit, 16 Super Crazy by Rey Mysterio, 17 Chris Benoit by Randy Orton, 18 Viscera by Carlito & Chris Masters, 19 Chris Masters by Carlito, 20 Goldust by Rob Van Dam, 21 Orlando Jordan by Randy Orton, 22 Joey Mercury by Johnny Nitro, 23 Johnny Nitro by Shawn Michaels, 24 Shelton Benjiman by Shawn Michaels, 25 Shawn Michaels by Shane McMahon, 26 Carlito by Rob Van Dam, 27 Rob Van Dam by Rey Mysterio, 28 Triple H by Rey Mysterio, 29 Randy Orton by Rey Mysterio

    Winner Rey Mysterio

    WWE Championship

    John Cena defeated Champion Edge by submission to win the Championship

    WWE World Championship

    Champion Kurt Angle pinned Mark Henry



    New Years Revolution 2007,
    January 7th 2007,
    Kemper Arena,
    Kansas City, Missouri


    WWE Intercontinental Championship
    Steel Cage Match


    Champion Jeff Hardy beat Johnny Nitro by escaping the cage

    Tag Team Turmoil

    Cryme Tyme defeated The Highlanders, Jim Duggen & Super Crazy, Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch & The Worlds Greatest Tag Team last eliminating Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch

    Kenny Dykstra pinned Ric Flair

    WWE Womens Championship

    Champion Mickie James pinned Victoria

    WWE World Tag Team Championship

    Champions Randy Orton & Edge defeated Shawn Michaels & Triple H by disqualification

    Carlito pinned Chris Masters

    WWE Championship

    Champion John Cena pinned Umaga



    Royal Rumble 2007,
    January 28th 2007,
    AT&T Center,
    San Antonio, Texas


    The Hardy Boys defeated MNM when Jeff Hardy pinned Johnny Nitro

    ECW Championship

    Champion Bobby Lashley defeated Test by countout

    WWE World Championship

    Champion Batista pinned Mr Kennedy

    WWE Championship
    Last Man Standing Match


    Champion John Cena defeated Umaga

    Order of entrance: 1 Ric Flair, 2 Finlay, 3 Kenny Dykstra, 4 Matt Hardy, 5 Edge, 6 Tommy Dreamer, 7 Sabu, 8 Gregory Helms, 9 Shelton Benjiman, 10 Kane, 11 CM Punk, 12 King Booker, 13 Super Crazy, 14 Jeff Hardy, 15 The Sandman, 16 Randy Orton, 17 Chris Benoit, 18 Rob Van Dam, 19 Viscera, 20 Johnny Nitro, 21 Kevin Thorn, 22 Hardcore Holly, 23 Shawn Michaels, 24 Chris Masters, 25 Chavo Guerrero, 26 M.V.P, 27 Carlito, 28 The Great Khali, 29 The Miz, 30 The Undertaker

    Order of elimination: 1 Ric Flai by Edge, 2 Kenny Dykstra by Edge, 3 Tommy Dreamer by Kane, 4 Tommy Dreamer by Kane, 5 Gregory Helms by King Booker, 6 The Sandman by King Booker, 7 Super Crazy by Edge & Randy Orton, 8 Jeff Hardy by Edge, 9 Matt Hardy by Randy Orton, 10 King Booker by Kane, 11 Kane by King Booker, 12 Finlay by Shawn Michaels, 13 Viscera by CM Punk, Rob Van Dam , Edge, Hardcore Holly, Chris Benoit, Johnny Nitro, Kevin Thorn & Shelton Benjiman, 14 Shelton Benjiman by Shawn Michaels, 15 Johnny Nitro by Chris Benoit, 16 Kevin Thorn by Chris Benoit, 17 Chris Masters by Rob Van Dam, 18 Hardcore Holly by The Great Khali, 19 Chris Benoit by The Great Khali, 20 The Miz by The Great Khali, 21 Rob Van Dam by The Great Khali, 22 CM Punk by The Great Khali, 23 Carlito by The Great Khali, 24 Chavo Guerrero by The Great Khali, 25 The Great Khali by The Undertaker, 26 M.V.P by The Undertaker, 27 Randy Orton by Shawn Michaels, 28 Edge by Shawn Michaels, 29 Shawn Michaels by The Undertaker

    Winner The Undertaker



    Royal Rumble 2008,
    January 28th 2008,
    Madison Square Garden,
    New York City, New York


    Ric Flair defeated M.V.P by submission

    John Bradshaw Layfield defeated Chris Jericho by disqualification

    WWE World Championship

    Champion Edge pinned Rey Mysterio

    WWE Championship

    Champion Randy Orton pinned Jeff Hardy

    Royal Rumble Match

    Order of entrance: 1 The Undertaker, 2 Shawn Michaels, 3 Santini Marellla, 4 The Great Khali, 5 Hardcore Holly, 6 John Morrison, 7 Tommy Dreamer, 8 Batista, 9 Hornswoggle, 10 Chuck Palumbo, 11 Jamie Noble, 12 CM Punk, 13 Cody Rhodes, 14 Umaga, 15 Snitsky, 16 The Miz, 17 Shelton Benjiman, 18 Jimmy Snuka, 19 Roddy Piper, 20 Kane, 21 Carlito, 22 Mick Foley, 23 Mr Kennedy, 24 Big Daddy V, 25 Mark Henry, 26 Chavo Guerrero, 27 Finlay, 28 Elijah Burk, 29 Triple H, 30 John Cena

    Order of elimination: 1 Santino Marella by The Undertaker, 2 The Great Khali by The Undertaker, 3 Tommy Dreamer by Batista, 4 Jamie Noble by Chuck Palumbo, 5 Chuck Palumbo by CM Punk, 6 Hardcore Holly by Umaga, 7 Shelton Benjiman by Shawn Michaels, 8 Roddy Piper by Kane, 9 Jimmy Snuka by Kane, 10 Snitsky by The Undertaker, 11 The Undertaker by Shawn Michaels, 12, Shawn Michaels by Mr Kennedy, 13 The Miz by Hornswoggle, 14 John Morrison by Kane, 15 Finlay disqualified, 16 Hornswoggle walks out, 17 CM Punk by Chavo Guerrero, 18 Cody Rhodes by Triple H, 19 Big Daddy V by Triple H, 20 Mick Foley by Triple H, 21 Elijah Burke by Triple H, 22 Carlito by John Cena, 23 Chavo Guerrero by John Cena, 24 Mark Henry by John Cena, 25 Mr Kennedy by Batista, 26 Umaga by Batista, 27 Kane by Batista & Triple H, 28 Batista by Triple H, 29 Triple H by John Cena

    Winner John Cena



    Royal Rumble 2009,
    January 25th 2009,
    Joe Louis Arena,
    Detroit, Michigan


    ECW Championship

    Champion Jack Swagger pinned Matt Hardy

    WWE Womens Championship

    Melina pinned Champion Beth Pheonix to win the Championship

    WWE Championship

    Champion John Cena pinned John Bradshaw Layfield

    WWE World Championship
    No Disqualification Match


    Edge pinned Champion Jeff Hardy to win the Championship

    Royal Rumble Match

    Order of entrance: 1 Rey Mysterio, 2 John Morrison, 3 Carlito, 4 M.V.P, 5 The Great Khali, 6 Vladimir Kozlov, 7 Triple H, 8 Randy Orton, 9 JTG, 10 Ted Dibiase, 11 Chris Jericho, 12 Mike Knox, 13 The Miz, 14 Finlay, 15 Cody Rhodes, 16 The Undertaker, 17 Goldust, 18 CM Punk, 19 Mark Henry, 20 Shelton Bnejiman, 21 William Regal, 22 Kofi Kingston, 23 Kane, 24 R-Truth, 25 Rob Van Dam, 26 The Brian Kendrick, 27 Dolph Ziggler, 28 Santino Marella, 29 Jim Duggen, 30 The Big Show

    Order of elimination: 1 The Great Khali by Vladimir Kozlov, 2 M.V.P by Vladimir Kozlov, 3 Carlito by Vladimir Kozlov, 4 Vladimir Kozlov by Triple H, 5 The Miz by Triple H, 6 John Morrison by Triple H, 7 JTG by The Undertaker, 8 Goldust by Cody Rhodes, 9 Mark henry by Rey Mysterio, 10 Shelton Benjiman by The Undertaker, 11 William Regal by CM Punk, 12 Kofi Kingston by The Brian Kendrick, 13 The Brian Kendrick by Triple H, 14 Dolph Ziggler by Kane, 15 Santino Marella by Kane, 16 Jim Duggan by The Big Show, 17 R-Truth by The Big Show, 18 CM Punk by The Big Show, 19 Mike Knox by The Big Show, 20 Rey Mysterio by The Big Show, 21 Finlay by Kane, 22 Rob Van Dam by Chris Jericho, 23 Chris Jericho by The Undertaker, 24 Kane by Randy Orton, Cody Rhodes & Ted Dibiase, 25 The Big Show by Randy Orton, 26 The Undertaker by The Big Show, 27 Ted Dibiase by Triple H, 28 Cody Rhodes by Triple H, 29 Triple H by Randy Orton

    Winner Randy Orton



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    Re: January PPV's History And Discussion

    These threads are really sweet. Love looking through all these old lineups.

    Thanks Crocker.


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    Re: January PPV's History And Discussion

    Wow. Looking back at those poster animations from the 90's. Horrible stuff. lol

    I really liked last years Royal Rumble. It was definitely a good way to start WWE's year. It was very shocking to see Matt bang Jeff with that chair. Well, for me at least. I wasn't onto reading spoilers and hearing internet news a year ago.

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    Random thoughts:

    1989 - Surprisingly good six man tag. Bret had to work his ass off to help a Jim Duggan and Dino Bravo match end up good. Some great Mega Powers feud building as well.

    1990 - I love Valentine vs Garvin. Just an all out brawl. The Rumble is my favorite one with the epic Warrior/Hogan staredown.

    1991 - Early MOTYC between Rockers and Orient Express. Bossman vs Barbarian was surprisingly entertaining.

    1992 - The most famous Rumble. However, the tag match between the New Foundation and Orient Express is a forgotten gem.

    1993 - Great Bret/Razor match that doesn't get much attention.

    1994 - Memorable casket match and surprisingly finish to the Rumble match.

    1995 - Fairly good undercard with a great title match. The Rumble is one of the weakest to date.

    1996 - The first Taker/Bret match that all could see. Not nearly as good as their other ones, but still decent. Rumble gets a little better, but is still rather unremarkable outside of Michaels winning again.

    1997 - Pretty lackluster Rumble outside of Austin's cheating to win the Rumble.

    1998 - Very good casket match. Start of the Austin push that would bring in the Attitude Era.

    1999 - Fantastic Rock/Foley match at an otherwise horrible PPV. One of the worse Rumbles.

    2000 - Severely overrated Hunter/Foley match. The Rumble was entertaining, especially for Rikishi and Taka/Funaki run-ins.

    2001 - Possibly the best Rumble PPV from top to bottom. One of my favorite IC and ladder matches. One of the better Rumble matches.

    2002 - Vince vs Flair was a good typical McMahon brawl. Despite the horrible finish, Rock vs Jericho was great. Disappointing Rumble match.

    2003 - Horrible Rumble PPV, yet the MOTY with Benoit vs Angle.

    2004 - Another disappointing Rumble show. The Rumble is a fairly good one with Benoit saving the Rumble for the second straight year.

    NYR 2005 - Pretty horrible debut for the PPV. Main event was good outside of the finish.

    2005 - A somewhat entertaining JBL/Show/Angle match. I seem to recall enjoying Edge/Michaels. Rumble, while not as good as 2004, was still good.

    NYR 2006 - One of the better surprise endings of any PPV.

    2006 - I don't think I've ever seen this. Hmm.

    NYR 2007 - Fairly enjoyable, although not too remarkable.

    2007 - Fantastic finish to the Rumble of Michaels and Taker. Batista vs Kennedy was good because of Kennedy. Cena's best match ever.

    2008 - One of the better Rumble matches.

    2009 - Disappointing Rumble match that reminded me a lot of 2003 with everyone trying to be a star.

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    Re: January PPV's History And Discussion

    2007 also has a pretty damn awesome Hardys/MNM tag too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by King Steventon View Post
    2007 also has a pretty damn awesome Hardys/MNM tag too.
    Yeah, it was good. I preferred the Cena/Umaga and Batista/Kennedy matches to it, but it was still a positive to the show. Really, the only negative the show had was Test vs Lashley. I wasn't expecting a good match, but the booking made it even worse. After weeks of demanding a title match, Test just walks out of the ring to take the count-out loss? :>_>:

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    Watch the Nazi Banksters Crimes Ripple Effect Film.

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    I'm not sure what was up with the WWE in early 2001. They ended 2000 on kind of a downer with four PPV's that left a lot to be desired, then went crazy with quality for the first few in 2001.

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    Re: January PPV's History And Discussion

    The 1992 Rumble match is by far the best for me, but anything with Ric Flair in the ring for an hour is always fun to see.

    Foley/HHH is my favorite match in Rumble history, though. I am biased for HHH, but Foley made him look so great in the match. This feud right here is what made me a Trips fan in the first place. Before that Mick Foley was my favorite wrestler. Of course I have evolved as a wrestling fan over the years so my basis for everything has changed.

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    Re: January PPV's History And Discussion

    Heard a lot about the 92 Rumble - Need to watch it sometime as it occurred before i was born - 2009 rumble is special to me aas it was the first event i watched live, 2007 was a great Rumble of course. I thought the 2005 Rumble was a poor show, though it helped elevate 2 midcards to superstars ( no matter how much I dont like ether of them)

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    Re: January PPV's History And Discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by horrorfan_1986 View Post
    Random thoughts:

    1989 - Surprisingly good six man tag. Bret had to work his ass off to help a Jim Duggan and Dino Bravo match end up good. Some great Mega Powers feud building as well.

    1990 - I love Valentine vs Garvin. Just an all out brawl. The Rumble is my favorite one with the epic Warrior/Hogan staredown.

    1991 - Early MOTYC between Rockers and Orient Express. Bossman vs Barbarian was surprisingly entertaining.

    1992 - The most famous Rumble. However, the tag match between the New Foundation and Orient Express is a forgotten gem.

    1993 - Great Bret/Razor match that doesn't get much attention.

    1994 - Memorable casket match and surprisingly finish to the Rumble match.

    1995 - Fairly good undercard with a great title match. The Rumble is one of the weakest to date.

    1996 - The first Taker/Bret match that all could see. Not nearly as good as their other ones, but still decent. Rumble gets a little better, but is still rather unremarkable outside of Michaels winning again.

    1997 - Pretty lackluster Rumble outside of Austin's cheating to win the Rumble.

    1998 - Very good casket match. Start of the Austin push that would bring in the Attitude Era.

    1999 - Fantastic Rock/Foley match at an otherwise horrible PPV. One of the worse Rumbles.

    2000 - Severely overrated Hunter/Foley match. The Rumble was entertaining, especially for Rikishi and Taka/Funaki run-ins.

    2001 - Possibly the best Rumble PPV from top to bottom. One of my favorite IC and ladder matches. One of the better Rumble matches.

    2002 - Vince vs Flair was a good typical McMahon brawl. Despite the horrible finish, Rock vs Jericho was great. Disappointing Rumble match.

    2003 - Horrible Rumble PPV, yet the MOTY with Benoit vs Angle.

    2004 - Another disappointing Rumble show. The Rumble is a fairly good one with Benoit saving the Rumble for the second straight year.

    NYR 2005 - Pretty horrible debut for the PPV. Main event was good outside of the finish.

    2005 - A somewhat entertaining JBL/Show/Angle match. I seem to recall enjoying Edge/Michaels. Rumble, while not as good as 2004, was still good.

    NYR 2006 - One of the better surprise endings of any PPV.

    2006 - I don't think I've ever seen this. Hmm.

    NYR 2007 - Fairly enjoyable, although not too remarkable.

    2007 - Fantastic finish to the Rumble of Michaels and Taker. Batista vs Kennedy was good because of Kennedy. Cena's best match ever.

    2008 - One of the better Rumble matches.

    2009 - Disappointing Rumble match that reminded me a lot of 2003 with everyone trying to be a star.
    How do you remember all this stuff? Boggles my mind sometimes. I can barely remember what happened at last years Rumble.


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