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Re: Rate Royal Rumble 2013
Scored 1/10, only because 0/10 wasn't there.
LMS Smackdown was 10 times this match, this wasn't needed.
Love Bryan/Kane in general but they do not need the belts, I cannot understand this win. I also cannot understand their segment when Kane only came out 3 spots after Bryan, It was is if Bryan had drew 14 and Kane had drew 27 when they were joking backstage. Seems like a really rushed/poorly written segment.
Rumble match itself had one redeeming factor which was Jericho returning. However for Ziggler/Jericho's run, they just seemed to fizzle out. Why the hell did Sheamus get to the last 3 and also eliminate Ziggler? This really wasn't needed. Cena Ryback ending was botched and slow.
Main Event: As all Rock matches tend to be this was an over-hyped, below-average match. However the lackluster finish turned a below average match into a poor match. And not just because "my guy" didn't win, it was just plain bad. Bad match, bad ending.
Overall just a poor rumble, but some of the entrances were good, such as Jericho/Mysterio/Godfather/Goldust...however it really says something when walking down the ramp moments were the best moments of a wrestling show.
I have been staunchly defending this product for years only to be let down again.
I didn't even pay to see this and I still want my money back. What a backwards step.
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