UA-59049186-1 WWE Royal Rumble 2020 Results - Good if it Goes

WWE Royal Rumble 2020 Results

Good evening, everyone! Welcome to Houston, Texas, the home for this year’s Royal Rumble event. The “Road to Wrestlemania” starts here, as it is a long ten weeks there. Tonight, there are two Royal Rumble matches, and four championship matches. Remember, whomever wins these Royal Rumble matches, automatically gets to go to “Wrestlemania” in Tampa, Florida. Let’s not waste anymore time and get right to it.

(Note: I will be only listing the superstar in the order that they come into the Rumble matches, not the eliminations.)

Sheamus vs. Shorty G. Winner: Sheamus!

Andrade (w/ Zelina Vega) vs. Humberto Carrillo: United States Championship. Winner and STILL United States Champion: Andrade!

Roman Reigns vs. King Baron Corbin: Falls Count Anywhere Match. Winner: Roman Reigns!

Women’s Royal Rumble Match:

  1. Alexa Bliss
  2. Bianca Belair
  3. Mighty Molly
  4. Nikki Cross
  5. Lana
  6. Mercedes Martinez
  7. Liv Morgan
  8. Mandy Rose
  9. Candice LaRae
  10. Sonya Deville
  11. Kairi Sane
  12. Mia Yam
  13. Dana Brooke
  14. Tamina
  15. Dakota Kai
  16. Chelsea Green
  17. Charlotte Flair
  18. Naomi
  19. Beth Phoenix
  20. Toni Storm
  21. Kelly Kelly
  22. Sarah Logan
  23. Natalya
  24. Xia Li
  25. Zelina Vega
  26. Shotzi Blackheart
  27. Carmella
  28. Teagan Nox
  29. Santina Marella
  30. Shayna Baszler

Winner: Charlotte Flair!

Bayley Vs. Lacey Evans: Smackdown Women’s Championship. Winner and STILL Smackdown Women’s Champion: Bayley!

Daniel Bryan vs. “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt: WWE Universal Chamionship (Strap Match). Winner and STILL Universal Champion: “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt!

“The Man” Becky Lynch vs. Asuka (w/ Kairi Sane). Raw Women’s Championship. Winner and STILL Raw Women’s Champion: “The Man” Becky Lynch!

Men’s Royal Rumble Match:

  1. Brock Lesnar (w/ Paul Heyman)
  2. Elias
  3. Erick Rowan
  4. Robert Roode
  5. John Morrison
  6. Kofi Kingston
  7. Rey Mysterio
  8. Big E
  9. Cesaro
  10. Shelton Benjamin
  11. Shinsuke Nakamura (w/ Sami Zayn)
  12. MVP
  13. Keith Lee
  14. Braun Strowman
  15. Ricochet
  16. Drew McIntyre
  17. The Miz
  18. AJ Styles
  19. Dolph Ziggler
  20. Karl Anderson
  21. Edge
  22. King Baron Corbin
  23. Matt Riddle
  24. Luke Gallows
  25. Randy Orton
  26. Roman Reigns
  27. Kevin Owens
  28. Aleister Black
  29. Samoa Joe
  30. Seth Rollins (w/ Buddy Murphy and AOP (Akam and Rezar))

Winner: Drew McIntyre!


This year’s Royal Rumble was, for the most part, awesome! It was good to see surprises like Kelly Kelly, Mighty Molly, Beth Phoenix (I hope she’s ok, by the way), Santino (Santina) Marella but, the biggest surprise of the night was the return of Edge! I always look forward to seeing who will show up during the Rumble matches themselves. Wondering who is going to show up, who gets eliminated and everything.

The men’s match, while still good, started out slow, as you had Brock Lesnar not only starting at number one, but everyone that had gotten in the ring with him, was tossed out right away. There weren’t even any heroics from Kofi Kingston this year. Which was a bit disappointing. After Lesnar got eliminated, man did things pick up and get better. Seeing Edge compete was a huge surprise,and he can still go. Having Drew McIntyre win it was the right call,as he deserves the spot.

The women’s match was just as good, with even more surprises. I have already mentioned them already and, I thought that Shayna would win, or someone else, other than Charlotte, but it is what it is.

The one bad match of the night, as there always seems to be at least one nowadays, was the Strap Match for the Universal Championship between “The Fiend” and Daniel Bryan. Interesting concept, not well executed. I’m tired of “The Fiend” “getting bored” during the match and just taking hits like they are nothing. I get it, but come on.  At least the men’s Royal Rumble match was half way decent , got better after Lesnar was eliminated, but still, Lesnar somewhat impressed me. So far, its been a luke warm start of the year. That being said, it was the first PPV of the year and a long way to go before “Wrestlemania”. Speaking of which, the next time I come around with another report will be after “WWE Elimination Chamber” which will be on March 8th from Philadelphia, Pa. See ya then!

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