The 2018 Royal Rumble PPV is now in the history books and here I am sharing my personal thoughts & opinions regarding each match on the card, because that matters!
As usual with every WWE show, I always go in nowadays with low expectations with how many times the WWE has disappointed us before already. But sometimes they managed to polish up their gems and give us a wonderful show that we will remember for years to come, I believe this Royal Rumble is one of those shows!
So yes without further ado, here is my review for Royal Rumble 2018.
Lucha Liberation def. TJP, Gallagher, Gulak
There were barely any people on the crowd when this match happened but it's fine cause nothing of significance really took place. As I've mentioned the Cruiserweights are at a stagnant point right now, this 6 man tag just proved that. While all six wrestlers did well, this match didn't really do anything other than put over the babyfaces, but even then people still barely care about the division.
The only memorable spot on the match was the triple moonsault to the outside from the luchadors to the heels. Kalisto got the win for his team, hitting TJP with his Salita del Sol.
The Revival def. The Club
Just your standard WWE tag-team match, nothing out of the ordinary. The Revival got their win back from Gallows & Anderson after suffering a defeat at the RAW 25 show. At least they had a longer match this time.
WWE US Championship:
Bobby Roode def. Mojo Rawley
I was pretty shocked and found it funny that people online were predicting some huge names to show up at Bobby Roode's US Championship Open Challenge, this match is just the pre-show they ain't wasting someone like Neville on this. I predicted Jinder Mahal, turns out to be Mojo Rawley to accept the challenge.
Similar to the previous match, nothing out of the ordinary during the whole match. The Glorious One is still the US Champ after hitting Mojo with the DDT. Jake The Snake would be proud.
WWE Championship - Handicap Match:
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