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EVENT: Royal Rumble 2014 DATE: January 26, 2014 CITY: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania VENUE: Consol Energy Center THEME SONGS: “We Own It” by 2 Chainz and Wiz Khalifa [collapse id=”collapse_63″]
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EVENT: Royal Rumble 2014

DATE: January 26, 2014

CITY: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

VENUE: Consol Energy Center

THEME SONGS: “We Own It” by 2 Chainz and Wiz Khalifa

WWE Royal Rumble 2014 Match Card

WWE Title Match
John Cena vs. Randy Orton (c)

Big Show vs. Brock Lesnar

Bray Wyatt vs. Daniel Bryan

Kickoff Pre-show: WWE Tag Team Title Match
The New Age Outlaws vs. Cody Rhodes and Goldust (c)

30 Man Royal Rumble Match

Royal Rumble will feature professional wrestling matches involving different wrestlers from pre-existing scripted feuds, plots, and storylines that play out on WWE’s television programs. Wrestlers portray heroes or villains as they follow a series of events that build tension, and culminate in a wrestling match or series of matches.

The 2014 WWE Royal Rumble figures to be one of the most unpredictable pay-per-views, from top to bottom, in recent memory. Batista has emerged as the front-runner after a very strong return, but with Daniel Bryan hotter than ever—and still not advertised to appear—will Goatface ride his palpable momentum to a “surprise” victory?

Given the hour that must be dedicated to the Royal Rumble match, there is no time for filler, which makes the Rumble a premier WWE pay-per-view. One of many well-thought-out matches will see the New Age Outlaws battle the Rhodes Dynasty. The stars seem to be aligning for a Rhodes Dynasty split, and a partisan Pennsylvania crowd will be more than happy to see the New Age Outlaws become six-time tag team champions, heel or not.

The Daniel Bryan-Bray Wyatt storyline appears as if it has been accelerated due to the national popularity “Yes!” chants received thanks to Michigan State. If that is the case, it will only make sense for Bryan to go over to give fans a happy ending. Losing, however, would make for an even bigger surprise should he go on to win the Royal Rumble that night.

All this and much more on a very Nasty Royal Rumble preview!

Royal Rumble will feature professional wrestling matches involving different wrestlers from pre-existing scripted feuds, plots, and storylines that play out on WWE’s television programs. Wrestlers portray heroes or villains as they follow a series of events that build tension, and culminate in a wrestling match or series of matches.
As is tradition at this yearly event, the card will be highlighted by the 30-man Royal Rumble match – a battle royal with wrestlers entering at 90 second intervals. The winner of this match will receive a WWE World Heavyweight Championship match at WrestleMania XXX. Included in the match is the highly anticipated return of Batista. In addition, on the January 20th episode of Raw, Kane announced that CM Punk would be entering into the Rumble at Number 1.
Another highly promoted match will feature WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton defending the title against longtime adversary John Cena. In December 2013, Chief Operating Officer Triple H called for WWE Champion Orton and then-World Heavyweight Champion Cena to compete in a title-unification Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match at the TLC pay-per-view in December. Orton beat Cena to become a four-time (and final) World Heavyweight Champion, retiring the title by unifying it with his WWE title to become the first WWE World Heavyweight Champion. On the December 30 episode of Raw, co-owner Stephanie McMahon announced a rematch from the TLC event, seeing Orton defend the WWE World Heavyweight title against Cena at the Royal Rumble in a traditional one-on-one singles match with no outside interference or added stipulations and where the winner would be decided via pinfall or submission only. Because of this, Orton would keep whining to The Authority about canceling this match, with Triple H and Stephanie McMahon rejecting. Randy would also complain about the Royal Rumble winner to possibly defeat him at WrestleMania XXX. On the January 13th episode of Raw, after being defeated by Kofi Kingston, Orton would proceed to attack and take out his frustrations on John Cena’s father, who was at ringside for the event. Cena came out to make the save, but his father had to be hospitalized for the second time in the past seven years, due to an assault by Orton. On the January 20th edition of “Raw”, Orton faced Kingston in a rematch that ended in a disqualification win for Orton, due to Cena storming to the ring and attacking him. Cena would then attack Orton until he scurried away in the crowd. Orton would then get in a car as a helpless Cena would watch over.
On the December 30 edition of Raw, Brock Lesnar returned with his agent Paul Heyman to announce his intentions to challenge the winner of the match between Orton and Cena for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Lesnar then called out any wrestler who wanted to stop him, which resulted in Mark Henry answering the challenge and the two brawling until Lesnar speared Henry through the ringside fan barricade. and hitting him with an F-5 on the arena floor.[3] The following week on Old School Raw, Henry challenged him again only to have Lesnar dislocate his elbow with the Kimura Lock. Following this, Big Show came out and confronted Lesnar, which lead to a short physical confrontation between the two, with Show throwing Lesnar across the ring.[4] On January 10, Big Show issued a challenge to Lesnar to fight during a Miz TV interview on SmackDown. Heyman accepted the challenge on behalf of Lesnar, and said it would take place at the Royal Rumble. On the RAW before the Royal Rumble, Show would throw Lesnar again, with Brock smirking.
Announced on, Cody Rhodes and Goldust will face the The New Age Outlaws (Road Dogg and Billy Gunn) for the WWE Tag Team Championship on the Royal Rumble pre-show. This match was made when The New Age Outlaws defeated Cody Rhodes and Goldust in a non-title match on the January 17th edition of SmackDown due to a distraction from Vickie Guerrero.
On January 20 edition of Raw, it was announced that Daniel Bryan will face Bray Wyatt at the Royal Rumble. Bryan and the Wyatt Family had been feuding since October 2013. On the December 30, 2013 edition of Raw, a seemingly beaten down Bryan had announced he would join the Wyatts. On the January 13, 2014 episode of Raw, (after Bryan and Bray Wyatt were defeated by The Usos in a steel cage match), Bryan attacked Wyatt, culminating with Bryan hitting his flying knee finishing maneuver on Wyatt to a thunderous response of nearly the entire crowd chanting “YES! YES! YES!”. The following week on Raw Bryan explained that his joining the Wyatts was a ruse to infiltrate the stable and bide his time to strike, and that he would wrestle Wyatt at the PPV.

No. Matches Stipulations
Royal Rumble Kickoff Cody Rhodes and Goldust (c) vs. The New Age Outlaws (Road Dogg and Billy Gunn) Tag team match for the WWE Tag Team Championship[5]
1 2014 Royal Rumble Match 30-Superstar Royal Rumble match for a WWE World Heavyweight Championship match at WrestleMania XXX[6]
2 Randy Orton (c) vs. John Cena Singles match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship[7]
Winner will only be declared either by pinfall or submission.
3 Big Show vs. Brock Lesnar Singles match[8]
4 Daniel Bryan vs. Bray Wyatt Singles match[9]

The Royal Rumble pay-per-view is arguably most famous for the marquee match from which it is named—but it also has plenty of other interesting attractions going on, too.

The rest of the card often throws up some fascinating rivalries and matches—and with 26 previous editions of the pay-per-view, there are plenty to choose from.

Randy Orton vs. John Cena at the forthcoming 2014 Royal Rumble may not be the most glamorous and fascinating title match you are ever likely to see—but there are plenty of historic feuds from years gone by.

Let’s take a look at the five best feuds in Royal Rumble history.

Regardless if victory and headlining WrestleMania awaits them, CM Punk, Damien Sandow and Alberto Del Rio have plenty to strive for as the Superstars with the best chance of being the “Iron Man” of WWE’s 2014 Royal Rumble.

Recent momentum and Rumble history points to each of these wrestlers joining the list of Superstars able to survive in the 30-man match longer than anyone else.

Many have pegged Batista as the favorite to win the bout. Count on Punk, Sandow or Del Rio taking home the Rumble’s consolation prize—being the match’s Iron Man.

It’s a feat that Bob Backlund achieved when he lasted more than an hour at the 1993 Rumble. Rick Martel nearly hit the 60-minute mark two years before that.

The list of the rest of the event’s marathon men reveals an intriguing pattern.

If you watch pro wrestling, you already know that it’s the most important time of the year, the best possible time to be a wrestling fan. If you’re a casual fan, this might be the only time each calendar year that you really pay any attention to going on. If you’re not a fan of wrestling, why are you reading this article? Did you lose a bet? I’m sorry. But I’ll try to make this entertaining. Please stay. Get comfortable. It’ll be fun.

End of an Era: The last Royal Rumble of the old WWF
Rumble Primer
There’s a good chance that WrestleMania 29 was the last pro wrestling program you watched before this week. You want to watch the Royal Rumble, but you’re concerned you won’t know what’s going on. We can help with that.
Because on Sunday, the WWE will air the 2014 Royal Rumble on Pay-Per-View. It’s almost always one of the best events of the year, features the most indisputably entertaining and unique match in all of wrestling, but perhaps most importantly, officially kicks off the Road to WrestleMania, which is pro wrestling’s equivalent of the postseason. Or, more accurately, their version of Sweeps Week, but one that stretches from the end of January all the way to the WrestleMania in early April.

So here’s your full card and preview for the event. We’ll encapsulate everything you need to know in easy-to-digest chunks, tell you why you should care, and let you know who all these sweaty weirdos are if you haven’t watched wrestling since last year’s WrestleMania.

WWE Tag Team Championship: Cody Rhodes & Goldust (c) vs. the New Age Outlaws

What am I looking at here? You probably know who Goldust is. If you don’t, he’s the fellow who looks like a gold Darth Maul in a supple bodysuit. His tag team partner is the fit, hairless gentleman who looks like he stumbled out of a trailer on the set of The Young and the Restless. Both of these men are the sons of Dusty Rhodes. No, seriously. It happened. Somehow. They’re also the tag team champions. Their opponents are the New Age Outlaws, comprised of the Road Dogg and “Bad Ass” Billy Gunn. Yes, you know who they are. You’re saying their catchphrases in your head right now. I’m real sorry about that. Stop it.

No, the New Age Outlaws haven’t been wrestling since you stopped paying attention. I mean, they have, but mostly in TNA, which doesn’t count as real life. They just came back to the WWE in the last month. We like to think it’s because they just showed up at catering one day and wandered out to the ring and nobody has the heart to tell them they don’t have jobs.

Why you should care: The Rhodes boys are one of the best tag teams in a long time and this match just MIGHT be the beginning of a long-rumored Rhodes vs. Rhodes feud that culminates in a match at WrestleMania. Also, Goldust is the best 44-year-old wrestler you’ve seen since Ric Flair was the same age, 78 years ago.

… And you probably want to say the New Age Outlaws’ catchphrases along with them, don’t you? Well, go ahead. This is your time to shine.

Daniel Bryan vs. Bray Wyatt

Royal Rumble 2014
• Guessing the surprise entrants • Gamble on the Rumble • OTTR Podcast: Royal Rumble ’92 • RAW ratings heading into Sunday • The Shield in the Rumble?
What am I looking at here? HOT BEARD-ON-BEARD ACTION. Daniel Bryan is the guy in proper wrestling gear, with the live crowd almost certainly going absolutely bonkers for him. Bray Wyatt is the extremely damp gentleman in the Tommy Bahama shirt and linen slacks.

Why you should care: Daniel Bryan is, without question, the single hottest thing happening in professional wrestling right now. This match will let you know why. He is the best and probably most intense wrestler in the world and has had crowds in the palm of his hand since last summer. You just may be standing on your couch yelling “YES! YES! YES!” before all is said and done. Bray Wyatt could potentially be something huge. If he cuts a promo at any point during the show, you’ll understand why there are such high hopes for this compelling character, one of the best villains since Jake “The Snake” Roberts came around in the 1980s.

Big Show vs. Brock Lesnar

What am I looking at here? It’s the Big Show and Brock Lesnar, man. C’mon, don’t waste my time here. MEAT-SLAB-ON-MEAT-SLAB ACTION.

Why you should care: Because these two dudes both possess freaky strength and are going to manhandle the living daylights out of each other. This match is probably going to end with Brock putting a 500-pound dude on his shoulders and flinging him overhead and across his body. Here’s a GIF of him doing his finisher to a shark in real life, with no special effects. It’s going to be like that, but more impressive.

WWE World Heavyweight Championship: Randy Orton (c) vs. John Cena

What am I looking at here? You know who John Cena is. Even if you’ve never seen wrestling, you know who John Cena is. For better or worse, he’s on the Mount Rushmore of wrestling in the new millennium, along with Steve Austin, the Rock and Triple H. The good-looking guy with the bad tattoos and the championship belts is Randy Orton. He’s never worn pants.

Why you should care: This will hopefully be the last match between these two for a long time. They don’t have bad matches with one another, but the rivalry is stale. That being said, this is a world title match between two great performers for the unified championship! … Which is somehow still two title belts. Whatever. The non-Royal Rumble matches aren’t why you should buy the show, anyway.

The Royal Rumble match

Guessing Game
Every year, the Royal Rumble contains a number of surprise guests, returning heroes and shocking participants. We run down who’s most likely to make us leap out of our seats this time around.
What am I looking at here? The greatest gimmick match of all time. Two people start in the ring together and every 90 seconds (unless the show happens to run long, at which point the time increments may be reduced to 60 seconds), a new competitor enters the ring, until all 30 participants have entered. Their entrance orders are “randomly determined.” It’s every person for themselves. The only way to be eliminated is to be thrown over the top rope, with both feet touching the floor.

Why you should care: The last person standing gets a title shot — and ostensibly, the main event — at WrestleMania. But more than that, this is the most exciting and unpredictable match the WWE has to offer. It’s always fun. Always. Even when it’s terrible. CM Punk will have the No. 1 spot and fully half of the participants haven’t been disclosed. The match is always good for a surprise entrant or three. Typically people we haven’t seen in years. And this is also the first match back for the returning Batista. You know, if you’re into that sort of thing. If all else fails, we’ve come up with a way for you to gamble on wrestling this year.

The Rumble will begin at 8 p.m. ET Sunday and is available only on pay-per-view. The pre-show and opening match will begin at 7:30 p.m. ET and will stream live on, Facebook and YouTube.

Top 15 Royal Rumble Iron Men
Wrestler Event Year Time Spent in Match
1. Rey Mysterio 2006 1:02:12
2. Chris Benoit 2004 1:01:30
3. Bob Backlund 1993 1:01:10
4. Ric Flair 1992 59:26
5. Steve Austin, Vince McMahon 1999 56:38
6. Kane 2001 53:46
7. Rick Martel 1991 52:17
8. The Rock 1998 51:32
9. Triple H 2009 49:55
10. Dolph Ziggler 2013 49:47
11. Triple H 1996 48:01
12. Chris Benoit 2005 47:26
13. Steve Austin 1997 45:07
14. Edge 2007 44:02
15. Ted DiBiase 1990 44:47

Aside from a few exceptions, the men who have lasted the longest in the Rumble match haven’t been known for their size. Rey Mysterio, Chris Benoit, Edge and Ric Flair relied more on their skill, cunning and heart.

This is not normally a spot reserved for the giants and the powerhouses of the company. Considering that factor and the direction Punk, Sandow and Del Rio are going as of late, it looks as if one of these men will be the next to join this list.


CM Punk

Punk has been booked as a survivor and a warrior. He somehow defeated all three members of The Shield by himself at TLC 2013. When he had issues with The Shield as well as The New Age Outlaws, he called them all out, willing to go into a one-on-five war.
Expect that trait to be emphasized when Punk enters the Rumble as the first entrant.

As much as the No. 1 spot was supposed to be punishment from Kane, it’s been one that has produced a number of the match’s marathon men. Steve Austin, Benoit, Dolph Ziggler and The Miz have all staved off elimination for an impressive amount of time as the first man in.

The story for Punk is going to be his uphill, unfair battle against The Authority.

He’ll face both The Shield and The New Age Outlaws at some point in the Rumble. Perhaps Kane gets involved as well. Either way, the way to maximize drama here is to have Punk slip away from defeat again and again.

Should he make it to the last four men standing, his eventual loss would be that much more painful. If Triple H or one of his cronies is responsible for his elimination, Punk will charge toward the COO en route a WrestleMania clash.


Damien Sandow

It’s time for something big for Sandow.

After failing to cash in his Money in the Bank contract against John Cena, he faltered and grew frustrated. He’s since had a rematch with Cena and pushed the former champ to his proverbial limit.
It now feels as if Sandow is on the on the cusp of breaking into a higher position on the card.

There’s little reason to believe the company thinks him ready to headline WrestleMania, but an Iron Man achievement is a great way to keep his momentum going forward instead. In 2013, Ziggler was an upper midcarder seemingly close to upward movement. He went on to last longer than anyone else in the Rumble.

Sandow is a strong candidate to mirror him.

He’s billed as crafty, unopposed to breaking rules and, as seen in his match against Cena, a man tough to put away. Should Sandow get an early spot in the Rumble, look for him to battle for 40 minutes or more before he’s finally eliminated.


Alberto Del Rio

Del Rio is primed to add another achievement to his resume.

Roman Reigns is likely to do some major damage in the match. He and Big E Langston are the two Superstars most likely to end the night with the most eliminations. As the match’s powerhouses, Iron Man is far less of a possibility than it is for “Mexico’s Greatest Export.”

Wrestlers like Martel, Flair, DiBiase and Edge show a pattern that favors Del Rio. Quickness and savvy apparently help lead one to lasting a long time in the Rumble.
WWE can play up Del Rio’s previous Rumble win as evidence that he simply knows how to survive in the match. That and his lack of morals give him an edge. He’ll likely form temporary alliances only to turn on his comrades.

With a Rumble field that has no Cena, Randy Orton, Brock Lesnar, Big Show or Daniel Bryan, Del Rio is one of the biggest stars participating. He’s one of the Superstars who can be sold as a legitimate threat to win, and that means filler entrants like Xavier Woods and Fandango will go flying over the ring while Del Rio hangs around.

WWE teasing that he’ll win only to have Batista toss him out is a highly plausible scenario.

As much as fans groan about how many championships and accolades WWE hands Del Rio, it’s clear that the company has great confidence in him. He won the only Rumble he participated in and stands to make his second go-round a memorable one.

WWE Title Match John Cena vs. Randy Orton (c) Big Show vs. Brock Lesnar Bray Wyatt vs. Daniel Bryan Kickoff Pre-show: WWE Tag Team Title Match The New Age Outlaws vs. Cody Rhodes and Goldust (c) 30 Man Royal Rumble Match

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