Royal Rumble (2002)

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The 15th annual WWF Royal Rumble, with the winner to recieve a WWF Title shot at Wrestlemania X8, Undisputed WWF Title: Chris Jericho vs. The Rock, WWF Intercontinental Title: Edge vs. ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Darren Matthews ...
Matt Hyson ...
Peter Senerchia ...
Mark LoMonaco ...
Devon Hughes ...
Carlene Moore ...
Herself (as Jazz)
Ric Flair ...
Vince McMahon ...
Solofa Fatu Jr. ...
Dustin Runnels ...
Ray Traylor ...


The 15th annual WWF Royal Rumble, with the winner to recieve a WWF Title shot at Wrestlemania X8, Undisputed WWF Title: Chris Jericho vs. The Rock, WWF Intercontinental Title: Edge vs. William Regal, WWF Tag Team Titles: Tazz & Spike Dudley vs. The Dudley Boyz, WWF Women's Title: Trish Stratus vs. Jazz, Street Fight: Ric Flair vs. Vince McMahon Written by Anonymous

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20 January 2002 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


This was Austin's 36th career elimination in the Royal Rumble, which was a record held for eight years until Shawn Michaels broke it in the 2010 Royal Rumble. See more »


Announcer Jim Ross says that Mr. Perfect's First Royal Rumble was 1993, but it was actually in 1989. See more »


Followed by WrestleMania XX (2004) See more »


Performed by Kid Rock
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a good start for 2002
8 February 2002 | by (Nashville, TN) – See all my reviews

The best event concept for me and most people seems to be the 30-man over the top Royal Rumble it's pretty exciting counting down to see who'll be coming out next, and the WWF always makes sure there's a few suprises. The event started off with a short tag match that was very disappointing, Tazz & Spike defended their tag titles against the Dudleys, no tables involved as I was hoping Spike would take a big bump. Next was William Regal vs Edge for the IC title, this match sucked and Regal shouldn't be allowed on tv period! Next match was a joke, a good match, but a joke as Trish Stratus defeated the much stronger and more talented Jazz to retain the women's title. Then we had the most hyped match of the night which was kind of disappointing as Ric Flair took on Vince McMahon, both men are in their 50s so I wasn't expecting much and that's what I got, I was hoping to see Shane or Hogan do something but nobody did anything it was just the two old men staggering around, very boring. And next we had the WWF world title match between Chris Jericho and the Rock, this was the match of the night and we didn't have to see the same old crap... Rock winning with the rock bottom. And of course after that we had the big finale the Royal Rumble. 30 Men and over an hour of constant action, intrigue and excitement. And our suprises this year were Mr. Perfect, Godfather, Val Venis & Goldust so it was nice seeing those 4 men again, however the ending really sucked as we all knew Triple H would won, still a great event to start the WWF off for 2002.

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