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View Poll Results: Best Rumble in history?
Royal Rumble - 1992 14 13.86%
Royal Rumble - 1994 1 0.99%
Royal Rumble - 1995 0 0%
Royal Rumble - 1996 0 0%
Royal Rumble - 1997 1 0.99%
Royal Rumble - 1998 5 4.95%
Royal Rumble - 1999 6 5.94%
Royal Rumble - 2000 6 5.94%
Royal Rumble - 2001 22 21.78%
Royal Rumble - 2002 7 6.93%
Royal Rumble - 2003 1 0.99%
Royal Rumble - 2004 11 10.89%
Royal Rumble - 2005 1 0.99%
Royal Rumble - 2006 3 2.97%
Royal Rumble - 2007 13 12.87%
Royal Rumble - 2008 4 3.96%
Royal Rumble - 2009 0 0%
Royal Rumble - 2010 2 1.98%
Royal Rumble - 2011 2 1.98%
Royal Rumble - 2012 2 1.98%
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post #21 of 62 (permalink) Old 12-29-2012, 05:50 PM
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Re: Best Royal Rumble Match in history?

1992 was the best IMO

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2001 or 2002 for me.
2002 was the best. Look at all the big names and also the returns we had. I remember think Undertaker was going to win that year. Was well pissed when Maven got him out
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Re: Best Royal Rumble Match in history?

1992 for sure.

And how in the hell does 1999 have 3 votes? That Rumble was god awful. Second worst after 1995 (which thankfully has 0 votes)
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1992 for sure.

And how in the hell does 1999 have 3 votes? That Rumble was god awful. Second worst after 1995 (which thankfully has 0 votes)
1992 was great for the simple fact that the winner would get the world title and Flair winning was perfect.

I remember at the time thinking Hulk Hogan was going to win


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Re: Best Royal Rumble Match in history?

2007 is my all time fave, especially the ending with HBK and Taker.

1992, 2000 and 2001 come close though.
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2007 is my all time fave, especially the ending with HBK and Taker.

1992, 2000 and 2001 come close though.
I loved 2007 because Taker finally won and it set the stage for those two working together once again
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Re: Best Royal Rumble Match in history?

1992 was absolutely perfect. Talk about star studded. And to top it off, the WWF Championship is on the line.

In the end, we see Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, Sid Justice, Randy Savage, Roddy Piper. Unbelievable. I just still get pissed at the fact that Sid eliminated Hogan, doing nothing wrong in the process, and Hogan in a bitch fit causes Sid to be eliminated, in a really heelish way, while Monsoon tries to justify that Sid was the wrong one.

Hell, the replays were edited so that the crowd is booing Sid when he eliminates Hogan, when in reality, the crowd was going nuts. Sid was over as fuck.


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1992 was absolutely perfect. Talk about star studded. And to top it off, the WWF Championship is on the line.

In the end, we see Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, Sid Justice, Randy Savage, Roddy Piper. Unbelievable. I just still get pissed at the fact that Sid eliminated Hogan, doing nothing wrong in the process, and Hogan in a bitch fit causes Sid to be eliminated, in a really heelish way, while Monsoon tries to justify that Sid was the wrong one.

Hell, the replays were edited so that the crowd is booing Sid when he eliminates Hogan, when in reality, the crowd was going nuts. Sid was over as fuck.
Sid was over agreed but the crowd were also turning on hogan at the time. 1992 Rumble one of the very best agreed and Flair winning that night the perfect finish.

During that night I noticed Macho Man went over but carried on in the match until he went over the top again. Watch it back your notice it


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Hell, the replays were edited so that the crowd is booing Sid when he eliminates Hogan, when in reality, the crowd was going nuts. Sid was over as fuck.
The funny thing is, despite the editing, you can clearly see the fans visible on the camera get up and cheer.

Hogan getting booed around that time is rather an understatement from what little I know. I watched his match with Undertaker at Survivor Series not long ago and I could clearly hear Hogan get booed by some fans.
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The funny thing is, despite the editing, you can clearly see the fans visible on the camera get up and cheer.

Hogan getting booed around that time is rather an understatement from what little I know. I watched his match with Undertaker at Survivor Series not long ago and I could clearly hear Hogan get booed by some fans.
Around 1992 also came out that Hogan was on drugs and the red and yellow was not over anymore so yes the fans did start booing him more then they did in 1991.




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