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ooTin
01-06-2011, 03:03 PM
Post the order in which you believe the Royal Rumble participants will enter. There are no wrong answers.


1. DANIEL BRYAN

2. DREW McINTYRE

3. FINLAY

4. ZACK RYDER

5. JOHN CENA

6. YOSHI TATSU

7. ALBERTO DEL RIO

8. MARK HENRY

9. EVAN BOURNE

10. CHRIS MASTERS

11. BIG SHOW

12. CHRIS JERICHO

13. CM PUNK

14. CHAVO GUERRERO

15. DAVID OTUNGA

16. REY MYSTERIO

17. THE GREAT KHALI

18. KOFI KINGSTON

19. NO ENTRANT

20. DAVID H. SMITH

21. JACK SWAGGER

22. R-TRUTH

23. WADE BARRET

24. SHEAMUS

25. EZEKIEL JACKSON

26. THE UNDERTAKER

27. TED DiBIASE

28. CHRISTIAN

29. RANDY ORTON

30. HHH

WINNER HHH

Tazz Dan
01-06-2011, 03:11 PM
There are no wrong answers. Only stupid threads.

whiteyford
01-06-2011, 03:28 PM
Im gonna say Cenas a wrong answer since hes out injured.

Tazz Dan
01-06-2011, 03:30 PM
lol. Would you like to neg rep me again buddy? Was somebody butt-hurt? :wavesad:

ooTin
01-06-2011, 03:32 PM
lol. Would you like to neg rep me again buddy? Was somebody butt-hurt? :wavesad:

as if it really matters im only wort 1 fucking point..... im a small wig.

#BROKEN Hasney
01-06-2011, 03:33 PM
Lol, come on with this thread.

Anybody Thrilla
01-06-2011, 03:33 PM
Why did no one enter at number 19? Did I miss something?

ooTin
01-06-2011, 03:34 PM
Why is this not a legit thread? Is it just because I made it?

#BrotherVito DELETED
01-06-2011, 03:35 PM
<font color=goldenrod>I did an entry order game last year, people participated but nobody bothered to add up their points.</font> :o

Anybody Thrilla
01-06-2011, 03:35 PM
We don't even know all of the participants in the Royal Rumble, and listing names over and over again never seems to accomplish too much anyway. Now, why didn't anyone enter at 19?

Anybody Thrilla
01-06-2011, 03:35 PM
<font color=goldenrod>I did an entry order game last year, people participated but nobody bothered to add up their points.</font> :o

If people think you're running the game, they probably expected you to add up their points.

#BROKEN Hasney
01-06-2011, 03:36 PM
No, it's not because of who, it's just retarded.

GUESS THE COLOUR T-SHIRTS OF THE WHOLE FRONT ROW OF THE ARENA

From left to right:
1 purple
2 black
3 black
4 purple
5 white


Will finish later.

Brigstocke
01-06-2011, 03:36 PM
Get to fuck with this bollocks.

#1-wwf-fan
01-06-2011, 03:37 PM
lol @ #19

#1-wwf-fan
01-06-2011, 03:41 PM
Now, why didn't anyone enter at 19?

lol. I like how despite the ridiculousness of the whole thing, that one question is eating you up inside.

Seriously, what the fuck is with the no entrant???

Nicky Fives
01-06-2011, 03:42 PM
The only numbers that matter are 1, 2 and 30......

and for the record, they will be Santino Marella, "Dashing" Cody Rhodes & John Cena

:shifty:

#1-wwf-fan
01-06-2011, 03:42 PM
Gah! 9,995.

What's the protocol here...

MoFo
01-06-2011, 03:50 PM
1. Sheamus
2. Santino
13. HHH
30. Christian

Brigstocke
01-06-2011, 03:50 PM
Which signs will be camera side at the rumble?........

1. Cena - 34 signs
2. Miz - 33 signs
3. SLO-MO JOMO - 18 signs
4. KING Sheamus - 14 signs
CM SUX - 14 signs
5. I am a cole miner - 10 signs
6. I can't see John Cena - 2 signs
7. Czech out my sign - 1 sign

Anybody Thrilla
01-06-2011, 04:03 PM
lol. I like how despite the ridiculousness of the whole thing, that one question is eating you up inside.

Seriously, what the fuck is with the no entrant???

I thought he was predicting a swerve or something...but no, he was just predicting 29 people instead of 30. Clear this up!!!

RiX1024
01-06-2011, 04:06 PM
If Daniel Bryan is entrant #1 then I'll scream.

Tazz Dan
01-06-2011, 04:18 PM
Maybe 19 was meant to be Tyson Kidd but DH Smith took him out backstage?

Also, I see Darren Young being in this for some reason.

dhellova guy
01-06-2011, 04:20 PM
29. RANDY ORTON

Pretty sure Orton will be busy with the Miz that night

legendkillerRKO
01-06-2011, 04:22 PM
Orton will apparently have a title match, lose, then enter the rumble...and number 19 will be all of nexus as one collective group

Lock Jaw
01-06-2011, 04:40 PM
#30:

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Anyone still in the ring jumps out.

Lock Jaw
01-06-2011, 04:42 PM
#19:

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Razzamajazz
01-06-2011, 05:04 PM
finlay still wrestles?

The Filingtaker
01-06-2011, 05:05 PM
Post the order in which you believe the Royal Rumble participants will enter. There are no wrong answers.


1. DANIEL BRYAN

2. DREW McINTYRE

3. FINLAY

4. ZACK RYDER

5. JOHN CENA

6. YOSHI TATSU

7. ALBERTO DEL RIO

8. MARK HENRY

9. EVAN BOURNE

10. CHRIS MASTERS

11. BIG SHOW

12. CHRIS JERICHO

13. CM PUNK

14. CHAVO GUERRERO

15. DAVID OTUNGA

16. REY MYSTERIO

17. THE GREAT KHALI

18. KOFI KINGSTON

19. NO ENTRANT

20. DAVID H. SMITH

21. JACK SWAGGER

22. R-TRUTH

23. WADE BARRET

24. SHEAMUS

25. EZEKIEL JACKSON

26. THE UNDERTAKER

27. TED DiBIASE

28. CHRISTIAN

29. RANDY ORTON

30. HHH

WINNER HHH

The Filingtaker
01-06-2011, 05:22 PM
I'll go for the following then.......

1. R-Truth
2. Justin Gabriel
3. Daniel Bryan
4. Jack Swagger
5. Sheamus
6. Mark Henry
7. John Morrison
8. CM Punk (Lasts until the final 4....John Cena eliminates him illegally)
9. Ezekiel Jackson
10. Ted DiBiase
11. Alberto Del Rio
12. Yoshi Tatsu
13. Tyson Kidd
14. Chris Masters
15. Wade Barrett
16. DH Smith
17. Kane
18. David Otunga
19. Rey Mysterio
20. Chavo Guerrero
21. Drew McIntyre
22. The Big Show
23. Santino Marella
24. Heath Slater
25. Cody Rhodes
26. Kofi Kingston
27. Vladimir Kozlov
28. JTG
29. Mason Ryan
30. Triple H

Winner = Kane

Mr Amazing
01-06-2011, 06:52 PM
1) Daniel Bryan
2)Rey Mysterio
3)David Otunga
4)Husky Harris
5)health Slater
6)Big show
7)wade barrett
8)Tyler Reks
9)Alberto Del Rio
10)Sheamus
11) Triple H
12)Cody Rhodes
13)Dolpn Ziggler
14)Drew McInyre
15)Kane
16)Micheal Miguecutty
17)Christian
18)kofi Kingston
19)Ted Debiase
20)Tyson Kidd
21) Chris Jericho
22)Jack Swagger
23)Cm Punk
24)Mason Ryan
25)JTG
26)ezekeil Jackson
27)R truth
28)John morrison
29)Justin Gaberial
30)John Cena

winner Cm punk

loopydate
01-06-2011, 07:25 PM
I might actually take a crack at booking the whole match later if I get bored enough.

Fox
01-06-2011, 07:31 PM
It's a stupid thread because it doesn't create any kind of discussion. People make lists of 30 WWE superstars thinking they're all brilliant with their prediction, but the truth is that probably 80% of posters will not read the list or analyze it whatsoever, and even if they do, what are they going to say? The only important ones are usually #'s 1, 2 and 30, and even then those numbers don't always mean anything.

A good thread should start a discussion, or at least reveal new information to people. "Favorite _____ Match" threads walk this line, but at least they sometimes share new-old matches with people who have never seen/heard of them.

Also, if this were some kind of a game it would be a little better, but you'd have to follow through on making a ranking/scoring system, etc, etc.

Fox
01-06-2011, 07:35 PM
So as not to be posting as a total dick in this thread, here are some interesting RR FACTOIDS:

An unheard of 18 superstars that competed in the 2007 Royal Rumble either were former or future heavyweight title holders, three of whom were champs in ECW (Sandman, Sabu and Tommy Dreamer).

The 2008 Rumble featured only two Canadians - Santino Marella and Roddy Piper. It was the third consecutive year of only a pair of Canucks being in the big match (2005, by comparison, had five hosers).

Chris Benoit is the only wrestler to have been one of the first two wrestlers in the Rumble in consecutive years (2004, 2005).

Kane has been in 10 consecutive matches. In fact, since 1996, Glen Jacobs has only missed one Rumble. That was 1998. In 1997, Jacobs appeared as Fake Diesel and in 1996 as Isaac Yankem.

Shawn Michaels has been in 11 Royal Rumbles, the most under one name for any wrestler. Surprisingly, Triple H has only been in six.

Without question, Vince McMahon, going one for one has the best winning percentage at the Rumble. Next up is Hulk Hogan, coming out on top in three of his four Rumbles. Other good winning percentages are Yokozuna and Lex Luger, who each won one of the two Rumbles they were in (albeit Luger's was a shared victory with Bret Hart).

Of the 18 Rumble winners (two being "half winners"), nine are still employed by WWE, three have passed way (Big John Studd, Yokozuna and Benoit) and four (Studd, Hogan, Hart and Ric Flair) are in the WWE Hall of Fame. Steve Austin will be the fifth winner inducted into the Hall.

Only Hacksaw Jim Duggan, Big John Studd and Lex Luger are Rumble winners who have not won a WWE Heavyweight title. Interestingly, none won the Intercontinental Title either.

Luger, Hogan, Flair, Bret Hart and Benoit are the only wrestlers to hold the WCW Heavyweight Title and also win the Rumble.

Since the "winner gets a title shot at WrestleMania" stipulation was added to the Rumble in 1993, only Luger, Michaels, McMahon, The Rock, and John Cena have not been able to go on and capture gold on the biggest stage of them all. For what it's worth, neither McMahon or Cena used their shots at WM.

Odds are unfortunately strong that a Canadian won't win this year. The CanCon quota appears to be one Maple Leaf per decade (Hart in '94, Benoit in '04) can be the last man in the ring. Oh well, there's always next year.
All multiple winners of the Rumble - Hogan, Michaels and Austin - have also won in consecutive years. Should Cena opt to make a surprise appearance again, he has the opportunity to join this elite club.

From the 2008 list of entrants, 22 are still with WWE. Six wrestlers (Hardcore Holly, Chuck Palumbo, Gene Snitsky, Mick Foley, Big Daddy V and Elijah Burke) are no longer employed by the Fed, while two others (Jimmy Snuka and Roddy Piper) are long retired but still make occasional appearances.

Even more scary is that only 12 (Triple H, Rey Mysterio, The Big Show, Kane, Carlito, John Morrison (Nitro), Chavo Guerrero, Matt Hardy, Shawn Michaels, Shelton Benjamin, Goldust and Randy Orton) of the entrants from 2006 are still in WWE. Of the 18 no longer with the company, only one, Booker T, is with TNA.

Take this one for what it's worth. Three of 1998's competitors, Bradshaw, Goldust and Mark Henry, are still with WWE. By comparison two wrestlers, Jeff Jarrett and Mick Foley (who that year pulled off the hat trick of three appearances in the Rumble, as Cactus Jack, Mankind and Dude Love) are now in TNA.

I did not write this.

BizarroKing
01-06-2011, 08:53 PM
1: John Cena
2: Alberto Del Rio
3: Curt Hawkins
4: Darren Young
5: Tyler Reks
6: Christian (return)
7: Kane
8: Heath Slater
9: Vladimir Kozlov
10: Sheamus
11: Jack Swagger
12: R-Truth
13: John Morrison
14: Justin Gabriel
15: CM Punk
16: Triple H
17: Daniel Bryan
18: "Dashing" Cody Rhodes
19: David Hart Smith
20: Chris Jericho (surprise entrant)
21: Kofi Kingston
22: Tyson Kidd
23: Wade Barrett
24: Ezekiel Jackson
25: Big Show
26: Santino Marella
27: Drew McIntyre
28: Ted Dibiase
29: Rey Mysterio
30: The Miz

Winner: The Miz (the story is that he enters the Rumble in hopes of not having anyone to face at Wrestlemania)

loopydate
01-06-2011, 09:34 PM
Okay, just for the hell of it, I did a quick pass at booking the whole Rumble. Feel free to praise or tear apart however you see fit:


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We get the usual hype from Justin Roberts about the rules and an introduction to the match. And now, for the superstar who drew #1... John Morrison is the first man out to a huge pop. He gets to do his full-on slow-mo entrance, then enters and awaits the arrival of #2... Alberto Del Rio, who comes out in another classic car and takes his sweet time getting to the ring, drawing huge heat. The bell sounds and we get “two minutes” of solid work between the two (of course, two minutes of Rumble time doesn't always correspond to five minutes of real time) until the countdown hits and our third entrant is Evan Bourne. The high-flying excitement continues for two minutes with no eliminations until Rey Mysterio's music hits. The crowd pops big for the masked superstar, who goes right after Del Rio (even though this week's SmackDown! Match is billed as the end of their rivalry, but we know it's not). The first big man in the match is Sheamus, who has drawn #5.


Sheamus makes a bee-line for Morrison, but Bourne cuts him off. He attempts one of his trademark kicks, but Sheamus just swats him away then throws him to the floor for the first elimination. He and Morrison then begin to brawl while Mysterio and Del Rio keep fighting. Entry #6 is Ezekiel Jackson, who shrugs off Del Rio when he attempts to attack him. He goes for the other big dog in the match so he and Sheamus go at it while Morrison recovers. We get another big man at #7 as Tyler Reks comes out and he goes after Zeke. The big men from SmackDown make the mistake of fighting near the ropes, allowing Del Rio to slip in behind them and dump them both to the floor. We go back to our pair of singles matches for a bit until Alex Riley comes out and goes right after his mentor's rival Morrison, only to get quickly dumped to the floor, winning this year's Bushwhacker Luke award. While Riley jaws with Morrison, Sheamus slips up behind him and eliminates him. Sheamus then turns his attention to Mysterio, and he and Del Rio double-team him. “Ride of the Valkyries” hits the speakers next and out comes the United States Champion Daniel Bryan. Bryan helps out Mysterio by going after Del Rio. A couple minutes of solid action until the Nexus theme hits, bringing out Heath Slater.


Slater goes right after Bryan, his former (very briefly) Nexus stablemate, which lets Del Rio – who has now been in the ring for over fifteen minutes – catch his breath. Justin Gabriel draws #11, and he helps Slater work on Bryan, who is starting to succumb to the numbers game. In a remarkable coincidence, #12 is David Otunga. It's now three-on-one on Bryan, while Rey continues to valiantly take on Sheamus. Del Rio is basically laying around in the corner, watching all the action with a smug grin on his face. #13 is Husky Harris and now the announcers are speculating that CM Punk has somehow tampered with the random draw to fill the ring with his Nexus. Finally, Bryan can no longer put up with the four-on-one attack and is eliminated. Rey Mysterio looks around the ring and realizes it's him and six heels, which doesn't bode well. The countdown reaches zero, and Rey finally gets some relief as The Big Show is the fourteenth entrant. The Nexus members foolishly go after him, and Harris gets taken out quickly. Heath Slater is Show's next victim, taking a knockout punch that sends him to the floor. Gabriel and Otunga eat a double chokeslam, and the World's Largest Athlete is rolling.


Santino Marella is out next as the #15 entry, meaning we've now seen half of our entrants. He does some comedy bits with Big Show, who chokeslams Gabriel again. Santino tries to chokeslam Otunga, but can't get him off the ground. Show finally gets hold of Del Rio and delivers a knockout punch. Santino smiles and decides to hit Otunga with the Cobra. He does his trombone dance, but then gets dumped out by Sheamus. As Santino is throwing a fit on the floor, Vladimir Kozlov's music hits. More comedy with Santino as he whines to Kozlov about what just happened. Kozlov slides into the ring and goes right after Sheamus, and the giants battle while Show finally dumps Otunga to the floor. Now it's Sheamus vs. Kozlov, Show vs. Gabriel, and Del Rio vs. Mysterio. As the countdown reaches zero, the ramp is engulfed in flames as Kane makes his entrance. He goes right after Del Rio and Mysterio, eliminating them both, ending Del Rio's 30-minute run and Rey's 25+. Big Show takes Gabriel out shortly thereafter, leaving a quartet of giants to hold court in the ring. The Nexus theme hits for the fifth time in the Rumble match, and Michael McGillicutty comes out as the 18<sup>th</sup> entrant. The Nexus rookie realizes he's outsized and outclassed by the monsters and decides to stick and move. Unfortunately, he quickly gets stuck by a Brogue Kick. Kozlov then pulls him to his feet and blasts him with a big headbutt. Kane seems to be deriving a sick pleasure from his, as he hits McGillicutty with a chokeslam. Big Show pulls him up now and sets him against the ropes and hits his “hush” chop, sending McGillicutty to the floor, ending the abuse. The announcers hype the fact that Big Show has now eliminated five members of the Nexus!


The horn sounds for #19, and it's Ted DiBiase. DiBiase takes a look into the ring and decides to stay on the floor. He has a cocky grin on his face, but the monsters don't seem to notice as they go back to fighting each other for the two minutes it takes until it's time for #20. DiBiase's music hits again, and his massive NXT rookie Brodus Clay comes down to join his benefactor. That's why Ted looked so smug. He must have bought off whoever actually drew #20 to get some backup into the match. The duo enters the ring and DiBiase starts calling the shots. Clay takes a shot at Kozlov and lays him out, but when he goes after Big Show, the giant goes to throw a knockout punch. Clay catches the punch, and the announcers shit themselves. Unfortunately for Clay, Show has two hands, and he merely uses his other one to grab Clay by the throat and push him to the floor. DiBiase realizes he's screwed as he looks at the angry Big Show and dives over the top rope, following his rookie and sparing himself a beating. We're back to Sheamus, Big Show, Vladimir Kozlov, and Kane. Eventually, Kane manages to get the better of Kozlov, sending the Moscow Mauler to the floor. #21 is “Dashing” Cody Rhodes, who comes out to big heat. He gets into Big Show's face. Show lines up for a knockout punch, but Rhodes catches him with a low blow – perfectly legal in a Rumble – then hits him with a Beautiful Disaster kick, which sends Show reeling toward the ropes. A dropkick later, and Big Show is gone! Rhodes celebrates for a moment, only to eat a big boot from Kane, knocking him to the floor. It's now just Sheamus and Kane, standing nose-to-nose.


Suddenly, the lights in the arena go out and ominous chants play over the loudspeakers. Kane stops fighting with Sheamus and looks up the ramp at a dark figure in a robe and hat. He walks slowly toward the ring while Kane continues to gawk. Sheamus takes advantage of the distraction and eliminates the Big Red Monster. Kane begins tearing things up at ringside as the Undertaker continues to the ring. He raises his arm to raise the lights, but something's wrong. That's not Undertaker... that's... Wade Barrett?!? The former Nexus leader glares down at Kane while giving Sheamus a knowing look. He extends his hand, only to eat a Brogue Kick. Sheamus eliminates Barrett, and now he has the ring entirely to himself, which is good because he's been in there for more than 35 minutes and needs a chance to catch his breath. The announcers hype Sheamus' performance as one of the most dominant in Rumble history. Can anybody stop him?


“Time to play The Game...” The crowd absolutely erupts as Triple H steps out onto the ramp, posing and eating up the attention. Sheamus is shocked that he was unable to actually end H's career, but he's definitely ready for him, and they waste no time in throwing punches. Drew McIntyre is the 24<sup>th</sup> entry into the match. He mostly keeps his distance and lets the two rivals go at it for a while, occasionally taking potshots at Triple H. It continues this way until Jack Swagger enters at #25. The All-American American doesn't take Drew Mac's example, and tries to interject himself into the Triple H-Sheamus battle, only to be eliminated by the rivals, who then go right back after each other. R-Truth is #26, and the announcers are hyping that Sheamus has now been in the Rumble for over forty minutes, a remarkable feat for someone his size. Truth and McIntyre begin to go at it, and the match basically stays that way until Christian joins the match as #27.


Only three men remain in the back, but there are five in the ring now, and the crowd is starting to reach a fever pitch. We all know Christian is injured and isn't really in any shape to compete, but the Rumble match helps hide that fact as he basically hangs back and lets the other four go at it. #28 is Mark Henry, who takes McIntyre out immediately. Christian is Henry's next victim, and the World's Strongest Man looks dominant!


The 29<sup>th</sup> entry is CM Punk, who comes out to the ring with a microphone, basically monologuing like a comic book supervillain about how the pieces are falling into place blah blah blah and by winning the Royal Rumble, Nexus is going to get what it's been after all along – the WWE Championship. He starts to climb up onto the apron, but thinks better of it and hops back down and continues to rant, riling up the Superstars still in the ring. The lucky man who drew #30 is Kofi Kingston, which gets one more huge pop. The announcers hype that Kofi is SmackDown's last hope for the Rumble, while continuing to play up the story of how Sheamus has now been in the match for 50 minutes, something that should be impossible.


Kofi and Truth exchange some high-flying moves before Kofi sends Truth packing. Sheamus takes out Mark Henry next, and we're down to our final four! It's Sheamus vs. Triple H vs. CM Punk vs. Kofi Kingston! One of these four men will be going to the main event of WrestleMania! Sheamus and Triple H have now been battling for over fifteen minutes, and as we're nearing the end of the match, they trade near-misses on their finishers until Sheamus sets up for the High Cross. Trips backdrops him over the top, but Sheamus lands on his feet on the apron, and they continue to fight until Punk slips up behind Hunter and knocks both men to the floor! That's not the end, though, as they continue to fight up the ramp and out of sight. It's now RAW's CM Punk against SmackDown's Kofi Kingston, and they put on an exciting exhibition for several minutes (since they're both relatively fresh, having come in as the last two – a Rumble first) before Punk reverses the SOS into the GTS and dumps Kofi's lifeless body to the floor. Nexus comes to the ring to stand tall with their leader as the pay-per-view comes to a close with the announcers railing against having a straight-edge Mania.


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For those who don't feel like reading the whole thing, here's a summary:



Order of Entry
#1 John Morrison
#2 Alberto Del Rio
#3 Evan Bourne
#4 Rey Mysterio
#5 Sheamus
#6 Ezekiel Jackson
#7 Tyler Reks
#8 Alex Riley
#9 Daniel Bryan
#10 Heath Slater
#11 Justin Gabriel
#12 David Otunga
#13 Husky Harris
#14 Big Show
#15 Santino Marella
#16 Vladimir Kozlov
#17 Kane
#18 Michael McGillicutty
#19 Ted DiBiase
#20 Brodus Clay
#21 Cody Rhodes
#22 Wade Barrett
#23 Triple H
#24 Drew McIntyre
#25 Jack Swagger
#26 R-Truth
#27 Christian
#28 Mark Henry
#29 CM Punk
#30 Kofi Kingston


Order of Elimination
#1 Evan Bourne by Sheamus
#2 and #3 Ezekiel Jackson and Tyler Reks by Alberto Del Rio
#4 Alex Riley by John Morrison
#5 John Morrison by Sheamus
#6 Daniel Bryan by Slater, Gabriel, Otunga, and Harris
#7 Husky Harris by Big Show
#8 Heath Slater by Big Show
#9 Santino Marella by Sheamus
#10 David Otunga by Big Show
#11 and #12 Rey Mysterio and Alberto Del Rio by Kane
#13 Justin Gabriel by Big Show
#14 Michael McGillicutty by Big Show
#15 Brodus Clay by Big Show
#16 Ted DiBiase by himself
#17 Vladimir Kozlov by Kane
#18 Big Show by Cody Rhodes
#19 Cody Rhodes by Kane
#20 Kane by Sheamus
#21 Wade Barrett by Sheamus
#22 Jack Swagger by Triple H and Sheamus
#23 Drew McIntyre by Mark Henry
#24 Christian by Mark Henry
#25 R-Truth by Kofi Kingston
#26 Mark Henry by Sheamus
#27 and #28 Triple H and Sheamus by CM Punk
#29 Kofi Kingston by CM Punk
Winner - CM Punk

Mr Amazing
01-06-2011, 09:46 PM
1) Daniel Bryan
2)Rey Mysterio
3)David Otunga
4)Husky Harris
5)heath Slater
6)Big show
7)wade barrett
8)Tyler Reks
9)Alberto Del Rio
10)Sheamus
11) Triple H
12)Cody Rhodes
13)Dolpn Ziggler
14)Drew McInyre
15)Kane
16)Micheal Miguecutty
17)Christian
18)kofi Kingston
19)Ted Debiase
20)Tyson Kidd
21) Chris Jericho
22)Jack Swagger
23)Cm Punk
24)Mason Ryan
25)JTG
26)ezekeil Jackson
27)R truth
28)John morrison
29)Justin Gaberial
30)John Cena

winner Cm punk
order of elimination
1)Daniel Bryan
2)rey mysterio
3)tyler reks
4)Sheamus
5)triple H
6)Big Show
7)Wade Barrett
8)Alberto Del Rio
9)Kane
10)Cody Rhodes
11)Dolph Ziggler
12)kofi Kingston
13)Drew mcIntyre
14)ted debiase
15)tyson kidd
16)jack Swagger
17)Mason Ryan
18)Micheal Migueicutty
19)Heath Slater
20)ezekial Jackson
21)Husky Harris
22)Christian
23)JTG
24)Rtruth
25)Chris jericho
26)David Otunga
27)Justin Gabial
28)John Morrison
29) John cena

NoJabbaNoBogRoll
01-06-2011, 09:52 PM
There are no wrong answers.
Keep telling yourself that.

VSG
01-06-2011, 09:56 PM
No. 19 is clearly:



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Shadrick
01-07-2011, 03:07 AM
Okay, just for the hell of it, I did a quick pass at booking the whole Rumble. Feel free to praise or tear apart however you see fit:


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We get the usual hype from Justin Roberts about the rules and an introduction to the match. And now, for the superstar who drew #1... John Morrison is the first man out to a huge pop. He gets to do his full-on slow-mo entrance, then enters and awaits the arrival of #2... Alberto Del Rio, who comes out in another classic car and takes his sweet time getting to the ring, drawing huge heat. The bell sounds and we get “two minutes” of solid work between the two (of course, two minutes of Rumble time doesn't always correspond to five minutes of real time) until the countdown hits and our third entrant is Evan Bourne. The high-flying excitement continues for two minutes with no eliminations until Rey Mysterio's music hits. The crowd pops big for the masked superstar, who goes right after Del Rio (even though this week's SmackDown! Match is billed as the end of their rivalry, but we know it's not). The first big man in the match is Sheamus, who has drawn #5.


Sheamus makes a bee-line for Morrison, but Bourne cuts him off. He attempts one of his trademark kicks, but Sheamus just swats him away then throws him to the floor for the first elimination. He and Morrison then begin to brawl while Mysterio and Del Rio keep fighting. Entry #6 is Ezekiel Jackson, who shrugs off Del Rio when he attempts to attack him. He goes for the other big dog in the match so he and Sheamus go at it while Morrison recovers. We get another big man at #7 as Tyler Reks comes out and he goes after Zeke. The big men from SmackDown make the mistake of fighting near the ropes, allowing Del Rio to slip in behind them and dump them both to the floor. We go back to our pair of singles matches for a bit until Alex Riley comes out and goes right after his mentor's rival Morrison, only to get quickly dumped to the floor, winning this year's Bushwhacker Luke award. While Riley jaws with Morrison, Sheamus slips up behind him and eliminates him. Sheamus then turns his attention to Mysterio, and he and Del Rio double-team him. “Ride of the Valkyries” hits the speakers next and out comes the United States Champion Daniel Bryan. Bryan helps out Mysterio by going after Del Rio. A couple minutes of solid action until the Nexus theme hits, bringing out Heath Slater.


Slater goes right after Bryan, his former (very briefly) Nexus stablemate, which lets Del Rio – who has now been in the ring for over fifteen minutes – catch his breath. Justin Gabriel draws #11, and he helps Slater work on Bryan, who is starting to succumb to the numbers game. In a remarkable coincidence, #12 is David Otunga. It's now three-on-one on Bryan, while Rey continues to valiantly take on Sheamus. Del Rio is basically laying around in the corner, watching all the action with a smug grin on his face. #13 is Husky Harris and now the announcers are speculating that CM Punk has somehow tampered with the random draw to fill the ring with his Nexus. Finally, Bryan can no longer put up with the four-on-one attack and is eliminated. Rey Mysterio looks around the ring and realizes it's him and six heels, which doesn't bode well. The countdown reaches zero, and Rey finally gets some relief as The Big Show is the fourteenth entrant. The Nexus members foolishly go after him, and Harris gets taken out quickly. Heath Slater is Show's next victim, taking a knockout punch that sends him to the floor. Gabriel and Otunga eat a double chokeslam, and the World's Largest Athlete is rolling.


Santino Marella is out next as the #15 entry, meaning we've now seen half of our entrants. He does some comedy bits with Big Show, who chokeslams Gabriel again. Santino tries to chokeslam Otunga, but can't get him off the ground. Show finally gets hold of Del Rio and delivers a knockout punch. Santino smiles and decides to hit Otunga with the Cobra. He does his trombone dance, but then gets dumped out by Sheamus. As Santino is throwing a fit on the floor, Vladimir Kozlov's music hits. More comedy with Santino as he whines to Kozlov about what just happened. Kozlov slides into the ring and goes right after Sheamus, and the giants battle while Show finally dumps Otunga to the floor. Now it's Sheamus vs. Kozlov, Show vs. Gabriel, and Del Rio vs. Mysterio. As the countdown reaches zero, the ramp is engulfed in flames as Kane makes his entrance. He goes right after Del Rio and Mysterio, eliminating them both, ending Del Rio's 30-minute run and Rey's 25+. Big Show takes Gabriel out shortly thereafter, leaving a quartet of giants to hold court in the ring. The Nexus theme hits for the fifth time in the Rumble match, and Michael McGillicutty comes out as the 18<sup>th</sup> entrant. The Nexus rookie realizes he's outsized and outclassed by the monsters and decides to stick and move. Unfortunately, he quickly gets stuck by a Brogue Kick. Kozlov then pulls him to his feet and blasts him with a big headbutt. Kane seems to be deriving a sick pleasure from his, as he hits McGillicutty with a chokeslam. Big Show pulls him up now and sets him against the ropes and hits his “hush” chop, sending McGillicutty to the floor, ending the abuse. The announcers hype the fact that Big Show has now eliminated five members of the Nexus!


The horn sounds for #19, and it's Ted DiBiase. DiBiase takes a look into the ring and decides to stay on the floor. He has a cocky grin on his face, but the monsters don't seem to notice as they go back to fighting each other for the two minutes it takes until it's time for #20. DiBiase's music hits again, and his massive NXT rookie Brodus Clay comes down to join his benefactor. That's why Ted looked so smug. He must have bought off whoever actually drew #20 to get some backup into the match. The duo enters the ring and DiBiase starts calling the shots. Clay takes a shot at Kozlov and lays him out, but when he goes after Big Show, the giant goes to throw a knockout punch. Clay catches the punch, and the announcers shit themselves. Unfortunately for Clay, Show has two hands, and he merely uses his other one to grab Clay by the throat and push him to the floor. DiBiase realizes he's screwed as he looks at the angry Big Show and dives over the top rope, following his rookie and sparing himself a beating. We're back to Sheamus, Big Show, Vladimir Kozlov, and Kane. Eventually, Kane manages to get the better of Kozlov, sending the Moscow Mauler to the floor. #21 is “Dashing” Cody Rhodes, who comes out to big heat. He gets into Big Show's face. Show lines up for a knockout punch, but Rhodes catches him with a low blow – perfectly legal in a Rumble – then hits him with a Beautiful Disaster kick, which sends Show reeling toward the ropes. A dropkick later, and Big Show is gone! Rhodes celebrates for a moment, only to eat a big boot from Kane, knocking him to the floor. It's now just Sheamus and Kane, standing nose-to-nose.


Suddenly, the lights in the arena go out and ominous chants play over the loudspeakers. Kane stops fighting with Sheamus and looks up the ramp at a dark figure in a robe and hat. He walks slowly toward the ring while Kane continues to gawk. Sheamus takes advantage of the distraction and eliminates the Big Red Monster. Kane begins tearing things up at ringside as the Undertaker continues to the ring. He raises his arm to raise the lights, but something's wrong. That's not Undertaker... that's... Wade Barrett?!? The former Nexus leader glares down at Kane while giving Sheamus a knowing look. He extends his hand, only to eat a Brogue Kick. Sheamus eliminates Barrett, and now he has the ring entirely to himself, which is good because he's been in there for more than 35 minutes and needs a chance to catch his breath. The announcers hype Sheamus' performance as one of the most dominant in Rumble history. Can anybody stop him?


“Time to play The Game...” The crowd absolutely erupts as Triple H steps out onto the ramp, posing and eating up the attention. Sheamus is shocked that he was unable to actually end H's career, but he's definitely ready for him, and they waste no time in throwing punches. Drew McIntyre is the 24<sup>th</sup> entry into the match. He mostly keeps his distance and lets the two rivals go at it for a while, occasionally taking potshots at Triple H. It continues this way until Jack Swagger enters at #25. The All-American American doesn't take Drew Mac's example, and tries to interject himself into the Triple H-Sheamus battle, only to be eliminated by the rivals, who then go right back after each other. R-Truth is #26, and the announcers are hyping that Sheamus has now been in the Rumble for over forty minutes, a remarkable feat for someone his size. Truth and McIntyre begin to go at it, and the match basically stays that way until Christian joins the match as #27.


Only three men remain in the back, but there are five in the ring now, and the crowd is starting to reach a fever pitch. We all know Christian is injured and isn't really in any shape to compete, but the Rumble match helps hide that fact as he basically hangs back and lets the other four go at it. #28 is Mark Henry, who takes McIntyre out immediately. Christian is Henry's next victim, and the World's Strongest Man looks dominant!


The 29<sup>th</sup> entry is CM Punk, who comes out to the ring with a microphone, basically monologuing like a comic book supervillain about how the pieces are falling into place blah blah blah and by winning the Royal Rumble, Nexus is going to get what it's been after all along – the WWE Championship. He starts to climb up onto the apron, but thinks better of it and hops back down and continues to rant, riling up the Superstars still in the ring. The lucky man who drew #30 is Kofi Kingston, which gets one more huge pop. The announcers hype that Kofi is SmackDown's last hope for the Rumble, while continuing to play up the story of how Sheamus has now been in the match for 50 minutes, something that should be impossible.


Kofi and Truth exchange some high-flying moves before Kofi sends Truth packing. Sheamus takes out Mark Henry next, and we're down to our final four! It's Sheamus vs. Triple H vs. CM Punk vs. Kofi Kingston! One of these four men will be going to the main event of WrestleMania! Sheamus and Triple H have now been battling for over fifteen minutes, and as we're nearing the end of the match, they trade near-misses on their finishers until Sheamus sets up for the High Cross. Trips backdrops him over the top, but Sheamus lands on his feet on the apron, and they continue to fight until Punk slips up behind Hunter and knocks both men to the floor! That's not the end, though, as they continue to fight up the ramp and out of sight. It's now RAW's CM Punk against SmackDown's Kofi Kingston, and they put on an exciting exhibition for several minutes (since they're both relatively fresh, having come in as the last two – a Rumble first) before Punk reverses the SOS into the GTS and dumps Kofi's lifeless body to the floor. Nexus comes to the ring to stand tall with their leader as the pay-per-view comes to a close with the announcers railing against having a straight-edge Mania.


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For those who don't feel like reading the whole thing, here's a summary:



Order of Entry
#1 John Morrison
#2 Alberto Del Rio
#3 Evan Bourne
#4 Rey Mysterio
#5 Sheamus
#6 Ezekiel Jackson
#7 Tyler Reks
#8 Alex Riley
#9 Daniel Bryan
#10 Heath Slater
#11 Justin Gabriel
#12 David Otunga
#13 Husky Harris
#14 Big Show
#15 Santino Marella
#16 Vladimir Kozlov
#17 Kane
#18 Michael McGillicutty
#19 Ted DiBiase
#20 Brodus Clay
#21 Cody Rhodes
#22 Wade Barrett
#23 Triple H
#24 Drew McIntyre
#25 Jack Swagger
#26 R-Truth
#27 Christian
#28 Mark Henry
#29 CM Punk
#30 Kofi Kingston


Order of Elimination
#1 Evan Bourne by Sheamus
#2 and #3 Ezekiel Jackson and Tyler Reks by Alberto Del Rio
#4 Alex Riley by John Morrison
#5 John Morrison by Sheamus
#6 Daniel Bryan by Slater, Gabriel, Otunga, and Harris
#7 Husky Harris by Big Show
#8 Heath Slater by Big Show
#9 Santino Marella by Sheamus
#10 David Otunga by Big Show
#11 and #12 Rey Mysterio and Alberto Del Rio by Kane
#13 Justin Gabriel by Big Show
#14 Michael McGillicutty by Big Show
#15 Brodus Clay by Big Show
#16 Ted DiBiase by himself
#17 Vladimir Kozlov by Kane
#18 Big Show by Cody Rhodes
#19 Cody Rhodes by Kane
#20 Kane by Sheamus
#21 Wade Barrett by Sheamus
#22 Jack Swagger by Triple H and Sheamus
#23 Drew McIntyre by Mark Henry
#24 Christian by Mark Henry
#25 R-Truth by Kofi Kingston
#26 Mark Henry by Sheamus
#27 and #28 Triple H and Sheamus by CM Punk
#29 Kofi Kingston by CM Punk
Winner - CM Punk

I would LOVE this rumble. I'm a mark for Kofi and a mark for Punk so itd look great, especially if Kofi and Punk have a standoff and square up as the last two guys left. Announcers could hype the fact that they're former tag champions together, have a history, MAYBE hype that they're friends IRL (they actually are, and also travel together, they'd prolly say "former" friends to keep up the heel/face dynamic in kayfabe). It'd make both look strong.

Shiiiiiii maybe even have Kofi win MITB this year. You never know, that DVD Kofi has out makes me think there will be bigger plans for him in 2011.

FourFifty
01-07-2011, 03:31 AM
1. Hawk
2. Frank Gotch
3. Eddie Guerrero
4. Yokozuna
5. Andre the Giant
6. The first Ultimate Warrior
7. Mass Transit
8. Bertha Faye
9. The Big Bossman
10. Crush
11. Rick Rude
12. The Texas Tornado
13. Andy Kaufman
14. Chris Benoit (censored out)
15. Skip
16. Earthquake
17. Mr. Perfect
18. Davey Boy Smith
19. Owen Hart
20. Art Barr
21. Crash Holly
22. Brian Pillman
23. Terry Gordy
24. Bam Bam Bigelow
25. Big Dick Dudley
26. Buddy Rogers
27. Mike Awesome
28. Junkyard Dog
29. Giant Baba
30. The IWC's viewpoint on Hulk Hogan

cena wins

James Steele
01-07-2011, 03:38 AM
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loopydate
01-17-2011, 06:15 PM
Well, I guess everybody's picks are wiped now that they've announced there will be 40 this year. May post a revised version of my booked Rumble later.