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It’s that big of a deal. WWE runs several annual events, but some of them are among their most important of the year. These shows are known among fans as some of the most prominent names on the wrestling calendar and it means a lot to appear on one of them. Another one is coming up and this year it sounds like it is going to be even bigger than usual.

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On January 28, WWE will be presenting the 2023 Royal Rumble. According to PWInsider.com, the show is being described as “all hands on deck”. This means all wrestlers and talents will be brought in, even if they are not working at the Royal Rumble. They could be taking part in media appearances or working on something for Peacock. This could include NIL talents who have not made televised appearances as of yet.

The Royal Rumble has some surprising moments. Check out some shocks from the show:

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Opinion: This is the kind of thing that makes the Royal Rumble that much more fun and has me looking forward to the event. You never know who you might see on the show and that can make for some incredible moments. I’m wondering to see just how many stars WWE brings out, because there are sixty spots in the two Royal Rumble matches that need to be filled.

What do you expect from the Royal Rumble? Who do you want to see appear? Let us know in the comments below.

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