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WWE Royal Rumble 2024 Results

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The WWE Royal Rumble 2024 Premium Live Event is in the books, and there were a number of surprises and epic moments for fans to see.

Only four matches were actually confirmed for the event before the show went live, with the Men’s and Women’s Rumble matches likely to open and end the night.

Roman Reigns was also set to defend his WWE Undisputed Universal Championship in a Fatal Four Way against LA Knight, AJ Styles and Randy Orton.

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WWE Royal Rumble 2024 Results: Men’s, Women’s Rumble and more

Here are the full results from the show:

Here are all of the matches that are set to take place tonight:

  • Women’s Royal Rumble Match: Bayley enters at #3 and WINS the Royal Rumble!
  • Undisputed WWE Universal Championship Match: Roman Reigns (c) b. LA Knight, AJ Styles and Randy Orton – Roman hit the Spear on Styles for the 1,2,3 to RETAIN his title
  • WWE United States Championship Match: Logan Paul (c) b. Kevin Owens – Paul took the win via DQ after Owens got caught using brass knucks
  • Men’s Royal Rumble Match: Cody Rhodes enters at #15 and WINS the Royal Rumble!

The WWE Network makes it easy for fans in the UK to watch this extravaganza back on demand from the comfort of their living rooms.

Available for a monthly fee of just £9.99 on a rolling contract, the network offers live streams of all WWE events, including WrestleMania, Royal Rumble, Money in The Bank, SummerSlam and Survivor Series.

Fans in the United States can also watch the full event back in full via Peacock, the streaming service from NBC that is available from $5.99 a month (+tax) or $59.99 per year (+tax).

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