WWE Royal Rumble 2021: updated list of participants



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WWE Royal Rumble 2021: updated list of participants

This Friday night's episode of Friday Night SmackDown saw four new entrants join the roster of entrants to this year's men's and women's Royal Rumble. Sami Zayn handcuffed himself to a barricade to protest his defeat to Apollo Crews last week and then made him official for the Royal Rumble.

Dolph Ziggler also revealed that he will be in the game, after accepting an open challenge from Cesaro in the context of "I will face anyone who is already in the Royal Rumble" Ziggler is currently SmackDown Tag Team Champion alongside Robert Roode, but has explained that he is aiming to win the Rumble for the all-important reward that victory guarantees.

He then he intends to go to WrestleMania as the show's headliner. As for the women, Ruby Riott and Liv Morgan have been announced for the women's Rumble. Billie Kay said she spoke to Sonya Deville and she allowed her colleagues to be admitted.

However, this came after the Australian cost the couple a possible match for the women's couple titles. The relations between the three therefore remain largely compromised. Next, a graph was shown adding intercontinental champion Big E and Shinsuke Nakamura on the men's side and Tamina Snuka on the women's side to the two Royal Rumble.

Royal Rumble 2020: the list of participants

So here is the updated list for men: - Dolph Ziggler
- Sami Zayn
- Big E
- Jeff Hardy
- Cesaro
- Otis
- Shinsuke Nakamura
- Jey Uso
- AJ Styles
- Bobby Lashley
- Daniel Bryan
- Randy Orton
- The Miz This is the list of women instead: - Mandy Rose
- Dana Brooke
- Tamina Stuka
- Ruby Riott
- Liv Morgan
- Alexa Bliss
- Shayna Baszler
- Bianca Belair
- Bayley
- Charlotte Flair
- Nia Jax
- Peyton Royce In the last episode of Raw we witnessed the return of the Rated-R Superstar Edge who announced that he will participate in the Royal Rumble, but there are many, many surprises and former WWE Arn Anderson made a curious and sensational prediction.

On the latest episode of his ARN podcast, Arn Anderson made a bet on who he thinks will be the winner at the Royal Rumble. His name is sensational, especially considering that he is not even under contract with the federation of Vince McMahon.

Here are the words of him: "The Royal Rumble is an exciting show because there are so many things that can happen in the space of an hour and it goes into the fight. So, okay I say mine, even if sensational. How can you not think that Brock Lesnar could be the number one favorite for the Royal Rumble win.

We might as well ignore this, but how do you do it? Initially it was not my first choice because I was thinking about his contractual situation and the fact that at the moment he is a Free Agent, but often at Royal Rumble there is a dark man who comes out of nowhere."