The was the GREATEST Royal Rumble match. Continue reading
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The stakes of this match were as follows: if Owens and Zayn won, they got their jobs back and if Bryan/Shane won, Owens and Zayn would remain fired. No one could ever accuse WWE of being logical with their stipulations.
This was also Bryan’s return match. His
last match was in 2015. Continue reading
This was a handicap match for Styles’ WWE Championship. Continue reading
This was for Owens’ United States Championship.
This was for Jericho’s United States Championship.
This was for Owen’s Universal Championship.