January 26, 2022 2:51 PM
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Alex Sarwar

WWE – 2022 Men’s Royal Rumble Preview & Prediction


When is the Men’s Royal Rumble? 30th January 2022 – not before 01:00 (UK)

Where is the Men’s Royal Rumble? The Dome at America’s Center, St. Louis, Missouri

What television channel can I watch the Men’s Royal Rumble on in the UK? UK viewers can purchase and watch this Pay Per View event live on BT Sport Box Office (channel 495)

Where can I stream the Men’s Royal Rumble in the UK? UK viewers can stream this Pay Per View event live via the WWE Network

Where can I get tickets for the Men’s Royal Rumble? Tickets can be purchased for the Royal Rumble via this website



  • The Men’s Royal Rumble traditionally sets the scene for the main event of Wrestlemania and the expectation is that WWE are eying up a showdown between their two biggest male stars on the roster, Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns to be the headline act on ‘The Grandest Stage of Them All this coming April.
  • Both Lesnar and Reigns are currently champions on Raw and Smackdown respectively, however with the latter having gone undefeated in 2021, Lesnar may well be booked to lose his Raw World Title against Bobby Lashley to open up the Royal Rumble PPV, leading to him entering the Men’s Royal Rumble later in the evening and emerging triumphant, setting up Brock vs Reigns at Wrestlemania 38 in which Lesnar finally condemns ‘The Tribal Chief’ to defeat.


  • As we approach the Royal Rumble Pay Per View, odds for which WWE superstar will record most eliminations in the Men’s Royal Rumble should become available, a market which favours AJ Styles’ former partner Omos, who needs to be booked strongly by WWE following their recent split.
  • The most recent Survivor Series PPV saw Omos win a 25-man Battle Royale, recording 12 eliminations in the process and whilst WWE will surely not book the 7ft 3in giant to win the 2022 Men’s Royal Rumble, it would be no surprise if they do portray Omos as a huge threat by having him rack up the highest number of eliminations.


  • An extremely popular WWE superstar among the fans, it has been a breakthrough year for Big E as a singles star, after he cashed in his Money in the Bank briefcase on Bobby Lashley to win the WWE Championship back in September, a rein which lasted 110 days before he dropped the title at the Day 1 PPV this past New Year, an outcome that divided WWE fans, who wanted a longer spell for Big E as champion.
  • Despite career on WWE television that has now spanned over 13 years, Big E has yet to win the WWE Championship at Wrestlemania and it could well be that WWE sees a Men’s Royal Rumble victory for Big E as a huge feel good moment, leading to a Wrestlemania 38 title match between him and possibly either Lashley or Seth Rollins, with Big E going on to emulate long-time New Day stablemate Kofi Kingston in becoming WWE Champion at ‘The Showcase of The Immortals’

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