WWE Royal Rumble 2023: Date, start time UK, TV channel, live stream, match list and entrants for HUGE event TONIGHT | The Sun

WWE's annual 30-superstar extravaganza the Royal Rumble is back TONIGHT!

Who will be victorious in the over-the-top-rope bouts and go through to WrestleMania 39 in Los Angeles?

And according to reports, the Great One himself, The Rock could be making an appearance to set up a big Mania clash against his cousin, and the current Undisputed champ Roman Reigns.

While Cody Rhodes is returning for the men's Royal Rumble match and is the current bookies favourite.

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When is WWE Royal Rumble 2023?

The WWE Royal Rumble 2023 takes place on Saturday, January 28, 2023.

Like last year, WWE are planning the big show on a Saturday night.

The show will start at 1am UK time, which is 8pm ET.

The Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas plays host.

What TV channel and live stream is WWE Royal Rumble 2023 on?

The WWE Royal Rumble 2023 will be LIVE on the WWE Network in the UK.

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The WWE Network is £9.99 per month for subscribers.

While in the US it will be broadcast on Peacock.

BT Sport Box Office are also showing the event for a one-off cost of £19.95.

WWE Royal Rumble 2023 – what matches have been confirmed?

  • WWE Undisputed championship – Roman Reigns (c) vs Kevin Owens
  • Pitch Black match – Bray Wyatt vs LA Knight
  • WWE Raw Women's Championship – Bianca Belair (c) vs Alex a Bliss
  • 30-man Royal Rumble match
  • 30-woman Royal Rumble match

Who won the Royal Rumbles last year?

Brock Lesnar won the Royal Rumble 2022 after losing his WWE Title to Bobby Lashley earlier in the night.

Lesnar then went on to lose in the main event of Mania to long-time foe Roman Reigns in a winner-take-all title unification bout.

Ronda Rousey made a shock return to win the Women's Royal Rumble.

The fellow former UFC star then went on to also lose at WrestleMania, to Charlotte Flair.

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