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Backstage News on Talents ‘Pulled’ From The Royal Rumble

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WWE recently held their Royal Rumble 2021 event. There were a number of surprise talents appearing in both the Women’s and Men’s bout; including Christian, Kane, Jillian Hall, Alicia Fox, Naomi, Seth Rollins, Carlito and Rhea Ripley.

There were of course some Superstars that were previously confirmed for the bout who did not actually appear. Keith Lee was previously revealed as a participant in the Men’s match, but he had to be pulled due to his partner Mia Yim testing positive for COVID-19. Keith Lee did return to WWE programming this week on Monday Night RAW.

Royal Rumble Entrants Pulled

Fightful Select recently confirmed that several other Superstars were also pulled from the match. “Jey Uso was advertised for the match before being pulled, and wasn’t at last week’s episode of Smackdown. Fightful was told that Keith Lee and Robert Roode were supposed to be in the match as of several weeks ago, but also ended up being pulled and unable to compete. Montez Ford was also in attendance at the Royal Rumble, but was not an alternate.”

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