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Royal Rumble Match
CM Punk enters number 1. Seth Rollins enters number 2.

Punk and Rollins battle into the corner and then Punk kicks Rollins in the midsection. Rollins splashes Punk in the corner, but Punk comes back with a high knee. Damien Sandow enters number 3.

Sandow goes after Punk, but Punk fights back. Rollins and Sandow double-team Punk, but Punk drops both with a neck-breaker and a DDT. Cody Rhodes enters number 4.

Rhodes goes after Sandow and delivers Cross Rhodes. Rhodes goes to eliminate Sandow, but Rollins stops him. Punk eliminates Sandow.
Rhodes and Rollins battle it out before Punk helps Rhodes. Kane enters number 5.

Punk goes after Kane, but Kane drops him with an uppercut. Kane stomps Punk down in the corner. Kane drops Punk with a sidewalk slam and goes for the choke slam. Punk kicks Kane in the head and eliminates him. Alexander Rusev enters number 6.

Rusev goes after Rollins and then tosses him onto the apron. Rusev takes down Rhodes and Punk and stands tall in the ring. Jack Swagger enters number 7.

Swagger hits the Swagger Bomb on Rollins and Rhodes. Rusev and Swagger slug it out and Rusev smashes Swagger in the corner. Rusev goes to eliminate Swagger, but Rollins takes out Rusev’s knee. Kofi Kingston enters number 8.

Kingston goes after Punk and tries to eliminate him, but Punk fights back with a kick. Rhodes catches Swagger with a kick as well. Rhodes tries to eliminate Punk and Rusev goes with Kingston. Swagger tries to eliminate Rollins, but Rollins fights back. Jimmy Uso enters number 9.
Uso goes after Rhodes and Kingston as Rusev kicks Swagger in the corner. Rhodes takes Uso down with a dropkick. Goldust enters number 10.

Goldust goes after Rollins and drops him with a clothesline. Goldust drops Uso with an atomic drop. Rusev takes Goldust down. Rhodes and Punk attack Rusev. Rhodes and Rollins lead the group and eliminate Rusev. Kingston gets knocked out of the ring, but Rusev catches him and places him on the barricade. Kingston launches from the barricade and lands on the apron and gets back into the ring. Dean Ambrose enters number 11.

Goldust is on the apron as Kingston tries to eliminate him. Dolph Ziggler enters number 12.
Ziggler goes to work on everyone and delivers right hands to Ambrose in the corner. Punk and Kingston try to eliminate Swagger, but Swagger fights back. R-Truth enters number 13.

Truth goes after Ambrose, but Rollins helps Ambrose. Truth gets eliminated by Ambrose. Uso gets eliminated by Ambrose. Swagger tries to eliminate Kingston but Kingston holds on the bottom rope and pulls himself back into the ring. Kevin Nash enters number 14.

Nash eliminates Swagger. Nash goes after Ambrose and Rollins and then kicks Rhodes. Nash goes to eliminate Ambrose, but Ambrose holds on. Roman Reigns enters number 15.
Reigns dropkicks Punk and spears Rhodes and then squares off with Nash. Reigns gets Kingston and throws him over the top rope for the elimination. Reigns Spears Ziggler and eliminates him and then eliminates Nash. The Great Khali enters number 16.

The Shield goes after Khali, but he fights them off. Khali chops Ambrose, but Reigns connects with a Superman Punch. The Shield eliminates Khali. Goldust eliminates Rhodes and Reigns eliminates Goldust. Sheamus enters number 17.
Sheamus goes after The Shield and drops all three members. Sheamus clubs Ambrose across the chest. Sheamus drops Rollins with the Irish Curse and drops Reigns with the Brogue Kick. The Miz enters number 18.

The Shield come back against Sheamus and The Miz almost eliminates Ambrose. Miz goes after Reigns, but Ambrose and Rollins make the save. Fandango enters number 19. Fandango and Miz go after each other before everyone begins to brawl. Reigns stomps down on The Miz in the corner. El Torito enters number 20.

Torito takes down Rollins with a hurricanrana. Punk stops him, but Torito takes him down with a head-scissors. Fandango goes after Torito, but Torito eliminates Fandango. Reigns gets Torito and eliminates him. Antonio Cesaro enters number 21.
Cesaro hits Miz with the Cesaro Swing, then gets Punk with it, but Rollins and Ambrose break it up. Cesaro swings Rollins. Luke Harper enters number 22.

Harper goes after Punk as Sheamus and Ambrose battle on the ropes. Reigns drops Punk with a big right hand. Jey Uso enters number 23.
Uso goes after Cesaro and then delivers a Super kick. Sheamus and Ambrose still battle it out and Cesaro and Harper battle it out. Harper drops Cesaro with a right hand. Harper goes to eliminate Cesaro. John Bradshaw Layfield enters number 24. Reigns eliminates JBL.
Erick Rowan enters number 25. Rowan goes after The Miz, but Harper eliminates Miz. Uso and Rowan square off and Harper eliminates Uso. Ryback enters number 26.

Ryback goes after Cesaro as Sheamus tries to eliminate Rollins. Ryback breaks it up and stomps away on Rollins. Sheamus and Cesaro battle it out. Alberto Del Rio enters number 27. Harper goes after Ambrose and Rowan goes after Reigns. Batista enters number 28. Batista eliminates Rowan. Batista eliminates Ryback next. Batista eliminates Del Rio. Big E Langston enters number 29. Langston goes after Sheamus as Cesaro tries to eliminate Ambrose. Rey Mysterio enters number 30.
Mysterio goes after Rollins and then takes Punk down. Mysterio and Punk both barely stay alive. Sheamus eliminates Langston.

Rollins eliminates Mysterio. Ambrose and Rollins go after Harper, but Reigns eliminates Harper. Ambrose tries to eliminate Reigns, but Reigns eliminates Ambrose, Rollins, and Cesaro to tie Kane’s record of 11 eliminations. Kane gets back into the match and eliminates Punk.

The final three are Batista, Roman Reigns, and Sheamus are the final three. Kane choke slams Punk through the announce table. Sheamus drops Reigns and then Batista and Sheamus battle it out. Batista clotheslines Sheamus in the corner and then drops Reigns with a power slam. Sheamus goes after Batista and drops him with the Plunge. Sheamus goes for the Brogue Kick, but Batista ducks. Reigns eliminates Sheamus to break the record. Batista tries to eliminate Reigns, but Reigns hangs on. Reigns and Batista slug it out and Reigns drops Batista with a clothesline. Reigns sets up for the Superman Punch, but Batista counters with a Spear. Batista sets up for the Batista Bomb, but Reigns counters with a Spear. Reigns grabs Batista and goes to eliminate him, but Batista reverses and tosses Reigns out for the elimination.
Winner of the 2014 Royal Rumble Match: Batista.

After the match, we see a recap of Reigns’ eliminations and then Batista points at the WrestleMania XXX sign and the fireworks go off and the Royal Rumble comes to a close.

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49 Responses

  1. Alex says:

    Mick Foley’s twitter:

    Does @WWE actually hate their own audience? I’ve never been so disgusted with a PPV!

  2. dooman says:

    this is what happens when HHH is in charge

  3. Adurk Durk says:

    You guys are so incredibly fickle.

    Roman got out over at Survivor Series. This was his time.

    What happened last year? Ryback was so over it was OBSCENE. Does anyone even know who Ryback is anymore?

    They’re just astronomically screwing up.

    They blame Daniel for crap Summer Slam buys, and then revert to a Subscription plan where PPV is extinct.

    So why is Daniel not headlining?

    And I’ve been gone from the comments for a very long time, but I’ve still been watching.


    Welp, hope you’re happy. He was ALWAYS trash.

    How many times have they told us WCW died because they relied on so many old stars instead of making new ones?

    Be happy, ya marks. You got what you asked for.

    New Age Outlaws are back(and they still suck) and Batista just won the Rumble. It basically IS the attitude era you all think was so great.

  4. Aster says:

    @Alex: Yes, the WWE executives hate the audience, they only care about making money.

  5. Skeeter Valentine says:

    Meh, the realist in me knew Batista would win. The fan in me hoped at the last second that it would change.

    They dropped the ball BIG time.

  6. miko says:

    Wow that was awful looks like I will be selling my mania tickets now

  7. Adam says:

    Joe B, let’s not forget, Rybacks push died because he put himself in the dog house. Reigns definitely got over tonight. I’m thinking WWE sees big future for the guy. Let’s hope they don’t eff it up like they did everything else tonight.

  8. Stunning Steve says:

    Foley nailed it.

  9. LOL says:

    I agree with Foley’s tweet!

  10. Joe B says:

    I hope he gets a push. When the Shield made their first appearance and interrupted the PPV. People said They were the future of WWE, I’ve always said Reigns is the only one that would be a big name. Ambrose is an embarrassment(mouth breather), Rollins has always reminded me of Punk, I just don’t see him getting that type of a push. Maybe Ryback did screw himself a little, but they ruined him when he lost his streak. I know it wasn’t his time( No way Rock was gonna face him at last years Rumble, and he wasnt gonna headline Mania) but they could have pt Cena or someone else vs Punk to “screw over” Ryback.

  11. Scott II says:

    Adam did have it right. Ryback’s push was derailed mostly because of his own doing, NOT because the WWE wanted to eff him over. I’m not worried for Reigns… at least yet.

  12. Scott II says:

    A point my one friend just made.

    For the people there… why not file out of there if you were that displeased when Rey came out at #30. Yeah, it might still be unfair to Rey and the rest of them to see that happen, but imagine the picture of Batista pointing at the WrestleMania sign with a half empty, if not more so arena around him. THAT would have sent a HUGE message. Instead, you stay, boo everything and anything showing you have an interest, albeit one that is resulting in you booing the hell out of everything

  13. Alex says:

    Foley said it best tonight. I am utterly disgusted, the best bouts were the pre show and the opener…

    no 30 countdown ” YES YES YES YES YES crowd cheers”
    Rey Mysterio comes out “Large boos”
    Then we’re served a stupid CM Punk elimination (crowd boos)
    Crowd boos the final 3 even louder
    Crowd says f* it and cheers the hell out of Reigns…

    Batista wins… crowd boos like hell.

    Seriously, what the hell McMahon?

  14. Agent Cooper says:

    The answer to Foley’s tweet is yes. Especially Vince. I’m pretty sure he hates anyone in the audience over the age of 12.

  15. LOL says:

    the crowd was awesome

  16. Skeeter Valentine says:

    Wait…. I actually agree with something Adurka said? Not only agree, but agree 100%

  17. Joe B says:

    How did Ryback screw himself? I remember it happening, but not exactly what it was?

  18. Scott II says:

    Backstage antics, work in the ring and the like Joe. Partially too because they pushed him too quick when he wasn’t ready for it.

  19. T says:

    Who booked this PPV? Nash? Maybe Nash gave advice to HHH on how to book a PPV?

    1.) Who will buy WM with Orton vs Dave headlining?

    2.) Lesnar vs Show was awful.

    3.) Cesaro with the giant swing was the highlight of the Rumble.

    4.) El Torito? Really? Why not Y2J instead?

    5.) Was that a “We want Divas” chant during the Cena/Orton match?

    6.) Way to crap on the tag team division by giving the NAO the belts. Maybe they can feud with X-Pac and Kane next?

    7.) Reigns will be misused and a mid card talent by Summer Slam. They have failed with Bryan, Ziggler, Ryback, and even Fandango. Why should anyone be optimistic?

    Vince seems hellbent on thinking this is the 90’s and will push the NAO and Batista. Maybe Nash will win the title from Ambrose on Raw tomorrow.

  20. Joe B says:

    When was that though?

  21. Joe B says:

    I understand NAO winning. Supposedly they want to make this the year of the tag team. why not put over an actual tag team by beating an experienced tag team. I just hope that they use that correctly, Im a big fan of the Usos, hopefully they finally get a title reign.

  22. jake says:

    Ryback had a history of being not so safe? But my view was ryback had 3 make or break ppv main events and they didn’t pull the trigger on any of them. The last being rumble last year where he had a perfect sitch. Last 2 with cena (who in no way needed a rumble win with rock/cena 2 set). Yet instead of using that moment to MAKE ryback, same old song and dance. And ryback lost like 6 or 7 crazy amount of ppvs in a row. As for bryan, same screwy “do we or don’t we pull the trigger on him” booking for months leading up to that WTF heel turn and all. I assumed he would enter this rumble a la foley in 2004 when somebody got hurt backstage. The crowd was spot on and I find it funny we’ve been booing cena and orton since basically their pushes started. Yet…same old song and dance. Wwe is going as hard as they can against the grain here. I recal when hart started getting boos and austin cheers they had no problem turning a fan favorite heel and getting over the up and comer. Too bad we wont see that now.

  23. Scott II says:

    I don’t think it was as much a “when”, as it really just was over time.

  24. Joe B says:

    Still I blame creative for Rybacks fall, either give him the title( which I don’t think they should have) or used a storyline where they kept him out of the title race, so that the fans would have been behind him like they are now with Bryan. And I am in no way a Daniel Bryan fan, honestly I don’t like much about him, but if I were in charge, you have a money maker right there and you aren’t using it.

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