Watch WWE Royal Rumble 2019
Watch WWE Royal Rumble 2019 is all set to go on on Jan. 27 with a kickoff show at 5 p.m. in Chase Field, home of the Arizona Diamondbacks This show is considering as one of the most crucial matches as far Wrestlemania did consider. Championships will be on the edge, and both the men and women will take on traditional 30-competitor,
over-the-top-rope Royal Rumble matches as WrestleMania championship opportunities are on the stake.
Watch WWE Royal Rumble 2019 Preview:
Men’s Royal Rumble:
As per the norms of Royal Rumble, 30 men will enter into the ring to prove their domination over-the-top rope affair with the right to take on either world champion at WrestleMania 35 on the stake. Historically in the last year
event, Royal Rumble was won by Shinsuke Nakamura who was the first time winner, so this will be very interesting to watch that who will win this year Moreover particularly this year bring us another competitor adding a Royal Rumble victory to his recognition? Some of the confirmed wrestlers who will appear in this event are as follows: Dean Ambrose, John Cena, Seth Rollins, Samoa Joe, Kofi Kingston, Drew McIntyre, Big E, Xavier Woods, Apollo Crews, Baron Corbin, Apollo Crews, Elias, Jinder Mahal, Bobby Lashley, Jeff Hardy, Andrade "Cien" Almas, R-Truth (No. 30).
30-Woman Royal Rumble:
Historically last year 30 women challenge event starts in Royal Rumble in Philadelphia it had gained lots of popularity last year. This event claimed the main event spotlight, with Asuka, turned out to be as the most
dominant wrestler last year. One of the finest female wrestlers talents in the company will prove their domination to the ring vying for the opportunity to get their WrestleMania ultimate moment in April Women wrestler who will appear this Royal Rumble event are as follows: Carmella (No. 30), Ember Moon, Natalya, Carmella (No. 30), Sasha Banks, Bayley, Ruby Riot, Sarah Logan, Liv Morgan, Mandy Rose, Sonya Deville, Alicia Fox, Zelina Vega.
Universal Championship — Brock Lesnar (c) vs. Finn Balor:
There is another twist in universal title picture on Monday night when Braun Strowman was eliminated from his scheduled match with Lesnar. Since Balor won a Fatal 4-Way match to get a championship match against Brock Lesnar and he also got an endorsement from John Cena at the end of the show. Now it is tuff to say that what is the exact reason for making this change due to Strowman’s injury or it was a planned storyline swerve remains to be seen, but Balor being put in this mark is quite fascinating considering he was eliminated from this exact match one year ago in favor of Strowman and Kane.
WWE Championship — Bryan (c) vs. AJ Styles:
From now on there will be no more automatic matches in WWE at least for now, but Styles is regaining his rematch anyway after showing some newfound aggression to win a Fatal 5-Way No. 1 contender’s match on New Year’s Day.
Raw Women’s Championship — Rousey (c) vs. Sasha Banks:
This will consider as one of the dream matches for Ronda Rousey after she entered in WWE. Sasha became the No. 1 contender to the Raw women’s title on Raw when she proved her domination against Nia Jax, and now “The Boss” will compete in one of the ultimate matches of her career come to Phoenix.
SmackDown Women’s Championship — Asuka (c) vs. Becky Lynch:
So this match is going to be full of excitement and entertainment. This match did already announce in a show of Main Event on WWE Network. Maybe graphic already made this could be the reason.
SmackDown Tag Team Championship — Sheamus and Cesaro vs. The Miz & Shane McMahon:
Although the team has just made, Miz was not ready to be patient for he and McMahon to get a title shot, but whatever the result will be this match is going to be super exciting.
Cruiserweight Championship — Buddy Murphy (c) vs. Kalisto vs. Akira Towaza vs. Hideo Itami:
As per the reports, Murphy told Drake Maverick that he requires a challenge, so in Royal Rumble, he’ll receive exactly that with a Fatal 4-Way bout.