Originally Posted by 777
Ummm, the best RR in history doesn't appear to be on your list. That's the one in 92' when Flair went the distance to take the belt.
I watched that rumble a few years ago and it was great. Even for early 90s wrestling, where moves back then, were nothing but generic moves today, the overall match was still real good.
And it had more meaning than any rumble in WWE history. Winner becomes the champ.
Something I don't know why WWE hasn't done since. Especially with Elimination Chamber being the next PPV(so it allows 2 EC with 6 guys in each,competing to be #1 contender at WM). That'd be great selling point for PPV. Advertising the Rumble match as being for a world title. So those are least favorable odds ever for anyone to win the title(1/30 chance of winning).
Then with everyone from Cena to Orton to Ryback to Sheamus all in the rumble, it'd mean more people WWE could target to want to buy the PPV, since there's a real good shot that people who buy PPVs have their fave superstar in a match for a world title.