The 33rd iteration of the WWE Royal Rumble returns late January in 2020. A slew of high profile championships will be on the line. It is also the event that lays a very solid foundation for this year’s Wrestlemania.
WWE has taken the 2020 Royal Rumble to Houston, Texas. The date for the mega WWE PPV event is set for January 26. Athletes from the RAW, Smackdown, NXT and 205 Live brands are set to take the stage (or ring) this time around.
When does WWE Royal Rumble take place
The Royal Rumble 2020 will be live from Houston, Texas at 5 PM ET. The main-cards will start some two hours later at 7 PM ET, January 26. People who can’t attend the event in person have the option of paying for the PPV event on television. In case, you are far from a television set, or unable to pay the high PPV charge, use Potato Streams where people watch PPV Events all the time.
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Who are the Men’s participants in Royal Rumble’s main events
30 Men gather in a WWE ring once a year in the lead up to the Wrestlemania.
The winner of the Royal Rumble gets a free-pass to challenge the Champions at Wrestlemania. Some of these names are obviously strong candidates and seasoned pros. However, last year showed us that rookies can make it at the Royal Rumble too.
All the Championships on the line in the Royal Rumble
It is not just the 30-man mega event that brings in throngs of crowds to catch a glimpse of the Royal Rumble. There are a number of other Championships being fought over. Some of the biggest attractions from Chase Field’s event include:
- 30-Woman Royal Rumble
- WWE Championship
- Universal Championship
- SmackDown Tag Team Championship
- United States Championship
- RAW Women’s Championship
- SmackDown Women’s Championship
- Cruiserweight Championship
- Intercontinental Championship
- NXT Championship