WWE Royal Rumble 2017 Live Results: Who’s Going to Wrestlemania?

The WWE Royal Rumble 2017 is here, and the 30-man Rumble is one of the most star-studded in history! But who is going to the main event of Wrestlemania?

Tonight’s show not only features the 30-man Rumble match with Goldberg, Brock Lesnar, The Undertaker, Dean Ambrose, Chris Jericho, Sami Zayn, The New Day and The Wyatt Family (to name a few), we’ll also see a Universal title match as Kevin Owens defends against Roman Reigns, with United States Champion Chris Jericho suspended overhead in a shark cage! In addition, A.J. Styles will defend the WWE championship against John Cena, Charlotte Flair will defend the Raw Women’s title against Bayley, and Rich Swann defends the Cruiserweight championship against Neville.

But who were the big winners on tonight’s show? Get the live results below:

WWE Royal Rumble 2017 Live Results Who Is Heading to Wrestlemania

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Kickoff Show

-Becky Lynch, Nikki Bella, and Naomi defeated Alexa Bliss, Mickie James, and Natalya in a six-woman tag team match.

-Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson defeated WWE Raw Tag Team Champions Cesaro and Sheamus to win the titles.

-Nia Jax defeated Sasha Banks

Main Card

-Charlotte Flair defeated Bayley to retain the WWE Raw Women’s Championship.

-Kevin Owens defeated Roman Reigns in a no disqualification match to retain the WWE Universal Championship after Braun Strowman interfered.

-Neville defeated Rich Swann via submission to win the WWE Cruiserweight Championship.

-John Cena defeated A.J. Styles to win the WWE Championship, becoming a 16-time world champion and tying Ric Flair’s record.


2017 Royal Rumble Winner:

Randy Orton

Entrance order:

1. Big Cass
2. Chris Jericho
3. Kalisto
4. Mojo Rawley
5. Jack Gallagher
6. Mark Henry
7. Braun Strowman
8. Sami Zayn
9. The Big Show
10. Tye Dillinger
11. James Ellsworth
12. Dean Ambrose
13. Baron Corbin
14. Kofi Kingston
15. The Miz
16. Sheamus
17. Big E
18. Rusev
19. Cesaro
20. Xavier Woods
21. Bray Wyatt
22. Apollo Crews
23. Randy Orton
24. Dolph Ziggler
25. Luke Harper
26. Brock Lesnar
27. Enzo Amore
28. Bill Goldberg
29. The Undertaker
30. Roman Reigns

Notable moments:

-Jericho spent much of the first third chilling outside the ring. When he finally decided to get back in at #9, The Big Show quickly knocked him out, sending him under the ropes to once again chill on the outside. Jericho would reenter and exit the ring at random intervals for the rest of the match.

-Dean Ambrose tricked James Ellsworth into going into the ring without him, which resulted in his swift (and painful) elimination by Braun Strowman.

-Baron Corbin eliminated Braun Strowman after a Helluva Kick from Sami Zayn.

-Cesaro delivered the Cesaro Swing to multiple people in the ring at the time of his entrance, including tag team partner Sheamus (presumably by accident due to dizziness).

-Sheamus and Cesaro would team up to eliminate all three members of The New Day, only to get into a fight among themselves, allowing Chris Jericho to sneak up and eliminate both men.

-Luke Harper turned on Bray Wyatt and hit him with a discus clothesline. He was about to hit Bray with the Sister Abigail until Randy Orton saved him with the RKO.

-Goldberg speared and eliminated Brock Lesnar in under one minute.

-The Undertaker eliminated Goldberg by sneaking up on him after the former WCW champ eliminated Luke Harper.

-Roman Reigns eliminated The Undertaker by sneaking up on him after a chokeslam to Chris Jericho.

-Final four: Roman Reigns, Chris Jericho, Bray Wyatt and Randy Orton. Reigns eliminated Jericho, and then eliminated Wyatt. He went for a spear on Orton but ran right into an RKO. Orton clotheslined Reigns over the top to win the 2017 WWE Royal Rumble.

Elimination Tally:

Braun Strowman – 7
The Undertaker – 4
Sheamus & Cesaro – 3
Brock Lesnar – 3
Bill Goldberg – 3
Roman Reigns – 3
Chris Jericho – 2
Mark Henry – 1
Baron Corbin – 1
Luke Harper – 1
Randy Orton – 1

What do you think about the results for the WWE Royal Rumble 2017? Sound off in the comments!

And for more WWE news, check out the announcement of the location for the 2018 WWE Royal Rumble!

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