Over the past weekend, WWE staged its first Big Four PPV of the year from the town of Missuori, St Louis, with its Royal Rumble which, like every year, found a great success, going to outclass many others. annual federation events, with various surprise entries that thrilled the WWE Universe, especially the two winners of their respective Rumble, the women's and the men's.
The Royal Rumble, apparently, was a success not only in terms of numbers for WWE but also in terms of the venue where it was staged, with some sites in the sector reporting the numbers that stirred the federation. of McMahon with his event, also bringing important economic benefits to the city of St Louis, for a couple of days only, but which still make the difference.
Royal Rumble 2022 is in the history books
WWE Royal Rumble 2022 is in the history books, and we are officially on the "Road to WrestleMania." Tonight's show saw one title change hands, whereas two other championships were successfully defended.
Ronda Rousey and Brock Lesnar won the women's and men's Rumble matches, respectively, to cement their WrestleMania title opportunities. Thanks to the NBC website, we learn that the WWE has brought a real breath of fresh air to the coffers of the Missouri town, with the Rumble that has earned 8.3 million dollars in a single weekend.
to the city. Obviously, this is the total figure that fans have spent in their stay in that of St Louis, with reservations in the hotel rooms of the night that goes from Saturday to Sunday, which were 11,000. The mayor of the town also wanted to personally thank the WWE for this event which brought work and supported the work of hundreds of professionals in the hotel and hospitality sector, throughout the region.
A bit like Wrestlemania, in fact, even the Royal Rumble has gathered fans from all over the United States and the world, with WWE usually offering travel packages for its fans on the occasion of the Big Four. In the latest news about the men's Royal Rumble, as a note at the end of the page, we also discover that the interaction between Brock Lesnar and Drew McIntyre, in the 30-man match, should have been greater and longer, with the two having however, he had to race against time, with the timing of the match and the entire PPV which unfortunately had gone too far beyond what was already allowed.