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WWE Royal Rumble PPV Box Score
January 27, 2013
Phoenix, Ariz.
Show Length: 8:00 p.m. EST to 10:50 p.m. EST
Announcers: Michael Cole, Jerry Lawler, and JBL


Match Times

Total Wrestling: 104:46 bell-to-bell (last year - 96:04, two years ago - 115:38).

Rumble Match Length: 55:05 bell-to-bell (54:54 last year, 69:49 for 40-man Rumble two years ago).

Title Implications

-- The Rock beat C.M. Punk to capture the WWE Title, ending Punk's 434-day streak as WWE champion.

-- John Cena won the Royal Rumble match to earn a top title match at WrestleMania 29.

-- Alberto Del Rio beat Big Show in a Last Man Standing match to retain the World Title.

-- Daniel Bryan & Kane beat Cody Rhodes & Damien Sandow to retain the WWE Tag Titles.

-- On the pre-show, Antonio Cesaro beat The Miz to retain the U.S. Title.

Star Ratings

-- Royal Rumble match: **** (Keller), **** (Caldwell), **** (Parks).

-- Rock vs. Cena: ***1/4 (Keller), *** (Caldwell), ***1/4 (Parks).

TV/PPV Wins & Losses 2013

Antonio Cesaro - Win, Loss [4-6-0]
C.M. Punk - Loss [2-1-0]
Cody Rhodes - Loss, Loss [2-5-0]
Damien Sandow - Loss, Loss [2-6-0]
Daniel Bryan - Win, Loss [6-2-0]
Kane - Win, Loss [6-2-0]
The Miz - Loss, Loss [5-3-0]
The Rock - Win [1-0-0]

Rumble-Only Match TV/PPV Wins & Losses 2013

John Cena - Win [3-0-0]
Bo Dallas - Loss [0-1-0]
Brodus Clay - Loss [2-2-0]
Chris Jericho - Loss [0-1-0]
Darren Young - Loss [0-7-0]
David Otunga - Loss [0-1-0]
Dolph Ziggler - Loss [2-5-0]
Drew McIntyre - Loss [1-3-0]
Goldust - Loss [0-1-0]
Heath Slater - Loss [1-6-0]
Jinder Mahal - Loss [1-4-0]
Kofi Kingston - Loss [4-4-0]
Randy Orton - Loss [8-2-0]
Rey Mysterio - Loss [0-1-0]
Ryback - Loss [2-2-0]
Santino - Loss [0-2-0]
Sheamus - Loss [7-2-1]
Sin Cara - Loss [0-1-0]
Tensai - Loss [0-4-0]
The Godfather - Loss [0-1-0]
The Great Khali - Loss [4-4-0]
Titus O'Neil - Loss [0-5-0]
Wade Barrett - Loss [4-4-1]
Zack Ryder - Loss [2-3-0]

TV/PPV Streaks

- Cena: 8 match winning streak (carried over from 2012)
- Otunga: 7 match losing streak (carried over from 2012)
- Tensai: 7 match losing streak (carried over from 2012)
- D-Young: 7 match losing streak
- Cara: 6 match losing streak (carried over from 2012)
- Titus O'Neil: 5 match losing streak
- Bryan & Kane - Rumble loss snapped 5 match winning streak

Match Results

Pre-Show: U.S. champion Antonio Cesaro beat The Miz to retain the U.S. Title. ... (1) World Hvt. champion Alberto Del Rio beat Big Show in a Last Man Standing match to retain the World Title. ... (2) WWE tag champions Daniel Bryan & Kane beat Cody Rhodes & Damien Sandow to retain the WWE Tag Titles. ... (3) John Cena won the Royal Rumble match, defeating Dolph Ziggler, Chris Jericho, Cody Rhodes, Kofi Kingston, Santino, Drew McIntyre, Titus O'Neil, Goldust, David Otunga, Heath Slater, Sheamus, Tensai, Brodus Clay, Rey Mysterio, Darren Young, Bo Dallas, The Godfather, IC champion Wade Barrett, Damien Sandow, tag champion Daniel Bryan, U.S. champion Antonio Cesaro, Great Khali, tag champion Kane, Zack Ryder, Randy Orton, Jinder Mahal, The Miz, Sin Cara, and Ryback. ... (4) The Rock beat WWE champion C.M. Punk to capture the WWE Title.

Rumble Order

ORDER OF ENTRY

#1 - Dolph Ziggler
#2 - Chris Jericho
#3 - Cody Rhodes
#4 - Kofi Kingston
#5 - Santino
#6 - Drew McIntyre
#7 - Titus O'Neil
#8 - Goldust
#9 - David Otunga
#10 - Heath Slater
#11 - Sheamus (2012 winner)
#12 - Tensai
#13 - Brodus Clay
#14 - Rey Mysterio
#15 - Darren Young
#16 - Bo Dallas
#17 - The Godfather
#18 - IC champion Wade Barrett
#19 - John Cena
#20 - Damien Sandow
#21 - Daniel Bryan
#22 - U.S. champion Antonio Cesaro
#23 - Great Khali
#24 - Kane
#25 - Zack Ryder
#26 - Randy Orton
#27 - Jinder Mahal
#28 - The Miz
#29 - Sin Cara
#30 - Ryback

ORDER OF EXIT

#1 - Santino (via Rhodes at 6:05)
#2 - McIntyre (via Jericho at 9:25)
#3 - O'Neil (via Sheamus/Otunga at 15:55)
#4 - Otunga (via Sheamus at 16:15)
#5 - Goldust (via Rhodes at 19:45)
#6 - Clay (via six men at 21:56)
#7 - Tensai (via Kingston at 22:10)
#8 - D-Young (via Kingston at 24:35)
#9 - Kingston (via Rhodes at 24:40)
#10 - Godfather (via Ziggler at 26:00)
#11 - Slater (via Cena at 29:12)
#12 - Rhodes (via Cena at 29:18)
#13 - Mysterio (via Barrett at 30:46)
#14 - Khali (via Kane at 37:50)
#15 - Kane (via Bryan at 37:55)
#16 - Bryan (via Kane at 38:34)
#17 - Ryder (via Orton at 40:10)
#18 - Cesaro (via Cena at 40:55)
#19 - Mahal (via Sheamus at 42:42)
#20 - Barrett (via Dallas at 44:30)
#21 - Dallas (via Barrett at 45:25)
#22 - Sandow (via Ryback at 46:30
#23 - Sin Cara (via Ryback at 46:55)
#24 - Miz (via Ryback at 47:10)
#25 - Jericho (via Ziggler at 47:53)
#26 - Orton (via Ryback at 49:20)
#27 - Ziggler (via Sheamus at 49:46)
#28 - Sheamus (via Ziggler at 52:25)
#29 - Ryback (via Cena at 55:05)

PPV Reports

-- Caldwell & McNeill PPV reports


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