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WWE: Royal Rumble 2014

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WWE: Royal Rumble 2014 (1-Disc)(DVD)

Thirty of WWE's top Superstars do battle in the Royal Rumble match to earn a spot in the main event at WrestleMania! With a star-studded lineup that includes the return of the "Animal," Batista, anything can happen! Also, John Cena challenges his most bitter rival, Randy Orton, for Orton's WWE World Heavyweight Championship!


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  • Actors: Wwe
  • Directors: Wwe
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
  • Studio: WWE
  • DVD Release Date: February 25, 2014
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,824 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Let me just say right off the bat that the Pittsburgh crowd on this night was absolutely amazing. The Royal Rumble has always been a pay-per-view (like Wrestlemania and Summerslam) that has been privy to vocal and proud fans that are not afraid to express themselves. Just like most Chicago and Philadelphia crowds this crowd had an insane amount of energy and were a brazen lot. Not only did they boo and chant during almost every match they were extremely vocal in telling the WWE universe (staff, wrestlers, and those watching on TV) their feelings without fear. Although this reflects my personal feelings I felt proud to know that I wasn't alone in being upset at the many happenings of the night and only wish I could have been a part of the crowd there. I should also note, while I will try to remain ambiguous about the results of the night there are portions that will involve spoilers so keep weary.

The night starts off with the best match on the card (which is a highly unfortunate thing regarding a Royal Rumble pay-per-view). Daniel Bryan and Bray Wyatt would have a singles match that would be the culmination of the past month's tension between the two wrestlers and is the only match that delivers in both story and match quality on this card. Bryan works so well with most wrestlers and Wyatt was given the ability to shine as well in this match and thankfully the match itself was given the time to really feel important and play out well. Again, this will be one of the few positives in a night where the ball was heavily dropped.

Brock Lesnar versus Big Show should not be looked at as a match, which is unfortunate.
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Daniel Bryan vs. Bray Wyatt - The Wyatt Family was kicked out of ringside during the early moments which Bryan took full advantage of hurting Bray's knee & coming after him with an aerial assault both in & outside of the ring along with just a ruthless assault on that bad leg with strikes & stomps & twist including using the ring ropes before Bray fought back using his own body as a weapon with his weight advantage & focusing on the head & neck area keeping Bryan grounded as both men traded momentum catching each other & countering their signature moves & submissions. This was built as a fight & definitely came off as one to the point where I had to agree with J.B.L. later in the show, "Someone call the sheriff, they just stole the show."

Big Show vs. Brock Lesnar - This was pretty much one of those matches that was more of a segment than anything else as Lesnar went through 3 different sets of chairs to assault Big Show before & after the match across his back & arm in what was a brutal beating while Show was able to get his knockout punch in that took a while for Brock to recover from. The match itself was more of a backdrop to the story they were trying to tell with Brock showing a new level of violence which did it's job based off the welts on Show's back once it was all.
As a side note, Jerry Lawler mentioned on commentary during the match that Big Show gave Brock Lesnar is first defeat during his first run at the Royal Rumble 2002 which is incorrect because it took place at Survivor Series 2002 but the rematch was at the Royal Rumble 2003 which Brock won.

WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton vs.
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This has always been my favorite event ever since it was created. I am a huge battle royal fan so this was always top of the list for me. Over the years it hasn’t been the same as back in the day but still I have always liked it. This year we got some good matches overall but it was still a little lacking.


1.BRAY WYATT VS DANIEL BRYAN-I will start off by saying this was the best match on the card for sure. These two are excellent together and just battled all over the place. Bryan took it to Bray early but Bray battled back viciously. This was a great back and forth classic that would see Wyatt take the win, the fans were way into this one.

2.BROCK LESNAR VS BIG SHOW-this match was basically a beat down except for a few moments when Show gets the upper hand. Lesnar attacks him from the get go even before the bell. Then after the match he keeps going at Show with chairs. Lesnar takes this in a quick match.

3.[WWE WORLD TITLE]RANDY ORTON VS JOHN CENA-now I have to say that this match is much better than people say it is. In fact I think the crowd that night was just hating because this match did not get over at all. The action is good and these two always had a good chemistry. Cena and Orton went at it all over the place and Cena looked like he had it in the bag. That is until the Wyatt family came in and saved Orton.

4.ROYAL RUMBLE-this has always been my favorite match of the night usually and it is also the match that makes this event my favorite in the WWE. Now while this was a good Rumble over all it still wasn’t as good as past years. Now personally I didn’t mind that Bryan was involved in this match but the live crowd sure was.
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