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WWE to have an ‘all hands on deck’ situation at Royal Rumble

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The Royal Rumble is getting closer and closer, and with its implications for WrestleMania and the rest of the year, it goes without saying that the show is an important marker on the WWE calendar. That is why the promotion will reportedly call upon its entire roster in San Antonio to be available for Royal Rumble weekend.

PWInsider.com’s Mike Johnson has said revealed that the premium live event will be an “all hands on deck” situation. This means that WWE will have all of its talent in attendance, even if they aren’t planned to be on the show.

Johnson added that a few performers will reportedly be asked to busy themselves with other projects, like media appearances and WWE Network content. There has also been talking about some of WWE’s NIL (Next In Line) college recruits being present during the entire process.

Since it will be the first Royal Rumble under the full creative influence of chief content officer Triple H, fans can expect a lot of surprises as HHH is known for such acts. What can be guaranteed is a fun show that uses unpredictability as its biggest key.



 

WWE Star The Rock Spoke About Potential Sale of Business

 

The Rock commented on a possible sale of WWE, on CNBC’s Squawk in the Street. He believed that the new owners would have to be as passionate about wrestling, as Vince McMahon is.

This is what The Rock said,

“Well, I can tell you this, I can tell you it’s an exciting brand. It’s a brand that I’ve been fortunate enough to have tremendous success in over the decades. We’ve seen tremendous success over the years. I think it’s a very attractive company. I’m excited, and I wish Vince [McMahon] and that company all the best.”

The Rock explains what new owners would need.

“I think with the world of professional wrestling and the world of WWE it’s so unique. The fan base is very large and very passionate, and there’s nothing like the WWE. I think with the new owners if there are new owners, and acquirers that are going to come in, I think they have to share that same passion that Vince has for the company and for the world of pro wrestling, which isn’t always easy to do. With a company like this, it’s been so incredibly successful over the years, a sale and acquisition could be very complicated, but there’s that unique added anchor to this I believe to this that Vince feels where you gotta find the right buyer who still has that passion and love for this very unique world.”

 

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