New details on the next edition of WWE Royal Rumble



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New details on the next edition of WWE Royal Rumble

In this year's edition of Royal Rumble, which aired in January, WWE wanted to stage several surprises for its fans, from a sensational change of title, arrived when Bobby Lashley defeated Brock Lesnar for the match valid for the WWE Championship (thanks to the interference of Roman Reigns), to the victory of both royal fights, with the same Lesnar and the returning Ronda Rousey who in fact had the best of the remaining 29 opponents.

Apparently, however, there's said to have been a lot of heat backstage of the Rumble, when Vince McMahon's eldest son, Shane, who also entered the men's Royal Rumble, took care of the booking of the match, with the son of the Chairman who apparently wanted to focus much of the match on his presence, going to quarrel with numerous professionals, who instead wanted to give more space to other fighters, instead overshadowed by Shane himself.

Like every year, the Royal Rumble is one of the regular events that fans of the WWE Universe never miss, also being one of the first Big Four of the year that goes on stage.

The latest news on the 2023 Royal Rumble

As an integral part of the Road to WrestleMania, the Royal Rumble is arguably the most anticipated and exciting show on WWE's calendar every year.

Thanks to the most important overseas betting agencies, we learn what are the possible bets that an average American could make on the WWE real fight match, with the numbers that already make us understand who according to these agencies is the favorite, according to those that are the latest rumors or the various behaviors of the WWE towards its athletes.

As reported by BetOnline, the men's favorite to win the homonymous match of the January ppv seems to be Cody Rhodes, who is quoted at 5/4 for the victory. Other names that are on the other hand to a much less popular victory are The Rock, Roman Reigns' cousin who is expected to return to the ring at Wrestlemania, listed at 11/2, while instead the possible re-entry from a long injury, Big E is stopped at 11/1.

Paradoxically, one of the least popular of all, but still on the WWE list of names, is NXT's Von Wagner, with a ridiculous chance of winning that brings him to 500 to 1. However, Rhodes suffered a torn pectoral muscle ahead of WWE Hell in a Cell 2022 and is expected to be out of action for several months. The timeline fits almost perfectly for him to return in time for the Royal Rumble next year.