2 items from 2012
The Royal Rumble comes but once a year, and every year WWE does a great job promoting of heightening meaning to the event with past Royal Rumble moments. But every year it’s the same moments that get all the spotlight.
We’ve decided to put together a list of some of the Rumble moments that aren’t talked about as much as they should be. Some that are the very essence of what makes it unique, some that are memorable for all the wrong reasons. Either way, moments that WWE doesn’t really mention that often when recapping the Royal Rumble matches of previous years.
Sometimes when the action is coming thick and fast, the competitors need a little bit of down time. After all you could be in there for more than 60 minutes if you’re doing well. »
- Patrick Farren
The Big News: Kane laid out both Ryder and Cena in a parking lot after teasing backstage attacks on Ryder throughout the show. Meanwhile Cm Punk defeated Jack Swagger in controversial circumstances and Chris Jericho gave everyone the silent treatment again when he appeared to break down in tears following an overwhelming reception.
In a Nutshell: WWE take ‘See No Evil’ on tour but unfortunately the results are no scarier than the movie.
Kane came out to start the show. He talked about how all the fans live miserable lives but refuse to embrace the hate inside of them and instead aspire to be someone like their hero John Cena even though this is an unattainable goal. He then continued with a confusing line about how all the fans who chant Cena sucks are actually saying they suck themselves because they are envious of the success that Cena but still »
- Laurent Kelly
2 items from 2012
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