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Royal Rumble (1993) Poster

(1993 TV Special)

Trivia

This was the first Royal Rumble to feature the stipulation where the winner gets a WWF Championship shot at WrestleMania.
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Final WWF PPV to feature Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby Heenan at the broadcast booth together.
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Bob Backlund broke the record for longest lasting in a Royal Rumble. The record was previously held by Ric Flair who set that record the previous year.
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Final WWF PPV appearance for the Nasty Boys.
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Final WWF PPV appearance for the Beverly Brothers.
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First Royal Rumble to not feature Jake "The Snake" Roberts.
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First Royal Rumble to not feature "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan.
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First WWF PPV appearance for Jerry "The King" Lawler.
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First WWF PPV appearance for Mr. Bob Backlund.
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Final WWF PPV appearance for The Berzerker.
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First WWF PPV appearance for Rick and "Big Poppa Pump" Scott a.k.a. the Steiner Brothers.
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Final WWF PPV appearance for Ric Flair until Vengeance 2001.
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Bret Hart stated in an interview that he was originally supposed to wrestle The Ultimate Warrior for the WWF World Championship at this event, with Bret scheduled to beat Warrior in the middle of the ring with the Sharpshooter. However, this match did not happen, as Warrior failed a drug test and was released from the company, mere days before the previous WWF pay per view, Survivor Series (1992).
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Final WWF PPV appearance for The Big Bossman until In Your House #25: Judgment Day in 1998.
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First WWF PPV appearance for Bam Bam Bigelow since WrestleMania IV in 1988.
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First WWF PPV appearance for Damien Demento.
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Only WWF PPV appearance for Carlos Colon.
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Final WWF PPV appearance for Paul Diamond a.k.a. Kato of the Orient Express and Max Moon.
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Final WWF PPV appearance for Earthquake until WrestleMania X in 1994.
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Final U.S. WWF PPV appearance for Typhoon until WrestleMania X-Seven in 2001.
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Final in-ring WWF PPV appearance for "Terrific" Terry Taylor a.k.a. The Red Rooster.
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Final WWF PPV appearance for Steve Keirn as Skinner.
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Final WWF PPV appearance for "El Matador" Tito Santana.
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Final WWF PPV appearance for Charles Wright until WrestleMania XI in 1995, and his final one as Papa Shango.
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First WWF PPV appearance for "The Narcissist" Lex Luger.
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On an episode of "Legends of Wrestling", Pat Patterson revealed that moments before Jerry "The King" Lawler was supposed to go to the ring, he went to grab his trademark crown, only to discover that someone had defecated in it, forcing Lawler to go the ring without it.
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First WWF PPV appearance for Giant Gonzales (Jorge Gonzáles).
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Final in-ring Royal Rumble appearance for Ted DiBiase.
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First Royal Rumble to not feature Hulk Hogan.
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Final WWF PPV appearance for The Repo Man until WrestleMania X-Seven in 2001.
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First WWE Pay Per View match for Scott Steiner, Rick Steiner, Bob Backlund and Jerry Lawler.
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Only WWE Pay Per View match for Papa Shango, Max Moon, Terry Taylor (as himself), Damien Damento and Carlos Colon.
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Last WWE Pay Per View match for Koko B Ware, The Nasty Boys, Typhoon, The Berzerker, Skinner, The Beverly Brothers and Tito Santana.
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One of the Centurions who accompany Julius Caesar and Cleopatra to the ring prior to the Royal Rumble match was played by Louie Spicolli, who would portray Rad Radford two years later.
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