It seems like a million years ago that last year’s Royal Rumble ended with Drew McIntyre pointing at the WrestleMania sign having eliminated Roman Reigns to win the 30-man match and start on his path to become WWE Champion 2020’s breakout star.
A year on, the situation has changed enormously in WWE and around the world. Instead of 50,000 packed into a baseball stadium as per the last two years, this year’s Rumble will be held in front of few of minimal fans.
If you want all the information you need for the 2021 Royal Rumble, read on.
When is WWE Royal Rumble 2021?
WWE Royal Rumble 2021 takes place on Sunday, 31st January and begins from 7pm eastern time in the United States. Over here in the UK, that means the show begins at midnight on Monday 1st February.
How can I watch WWE Royal Rumble 2021?
The event will stream live on the WWE Network for all paid subscribers. You can sign up or sign in here. In addition, UK viewers can purchase the event on BT Sport PPV.
Is There A WWE Royal Rumble 2021 Predictions Contest?
There will be. Check back here in the week of the event to enter.
Where is WWE Royal Rumble 2021 taking place?
Whilst not confirmed, the expectation is that WWE will be broadcasting a once again from their second ‘Thunderdome’ complex based at Tropicana Field, St Petersburg in Florida.
WWE Royal Rumble 2021 full card
- Men’s 30 Man Royal Rumble Match (Confirmed entrants so far: Daniel Bryan, Bobby Lashley, Otis, AJ Styles, Randy Orton)
- Women’s 30 Woman Royal Rumble Match (Confirmed entrants so far: Nia Jax, Charlotte Flair, Dana Brooke, Mandy Rose, Bianca Belair, Bayley)
- Universal Championship Match: Roman Reigns vs. Adam Pearce
- WWE Championship Match: Drew McIntyre vs. Goldberg