WWE Royal Rumble 2020 matches, start time, PPV cost, betting odds & live stream

WWE Royal Rumble 2020 takes place on Sunday, January 26 at Minute Maid Park in Houston, TX and will air live on the WWE Network and also on pay-per-view.

The annual event is traditionally one of the biggest and most anticipated WWE shows of the year featuring both a men’s and women’s Royal Rumble match with 30 participants in each bout and the last person standing earning a championship match at WrestleMania 36 in April.

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Several championship matches have already been announced along with some of the Royal Rumble entrants. The rest of the card will continue to take shape over the next few weeks. Until then, keep checking back here on Sporting News for the updated card and for live coverage of the Royal Rumble.

Below you’ll find everything you need to know about the annual event including the start time, matches, and the current betting odds.

(Gambling odds are provided from BetOnline.ag)

WWE Royal Rumble 2020 date, start time

WWE Royal Rumble 2020 will air live on Sunday, January 26, 2020. The pre-show will start at 5 p.m. ET with the main card beginning at 7 p.m. ET.

Where will WWE Royal Rumble 2020 be held?

Minute Maid Park in Houston, Texas is the site of WWE Royal Rumble 2020. The stadium is the home of MLB’s Houston Astros and holds a capacity of more than 40,000 seats.

How to watch Royal Rumble 2020

WWE Royal Rumble 2020 will be available on pay-per-view or via the WWE Network.

WWE Royal Rumble 2020 card

WWE Royal Rumble 2020 odds, favorites

Men’s Royal Rumble match

— Roman Reigns (+175)

— Brock Lesnar (+450)

— CM Punk (+600)

— Kevin Owens (+700)

— Cain Velasquez (+800)

— Drew McIntyre (+1000)

— Bray Wyatt (+1400)

— Daniel Bryan (+1400)

— Finn Balor (+1400)

— Aleister Black (+1600)

— Braun Strowman (+1600)

— Keith Lee (+1600)

— AJ Styles (+2000)

— Seth Rollins (+2000)

— John Cena (+2500)

— Tyson Fury (+2500)

— Andrade (+3300)

— Big E (+3300)

— Kofi Kingston (+3300)

— Randy Orton (+3300)

— Matt Riddle (+3300)

— Samoa Joe (+3300)

— Ricochet (+3300)

— Adam Cole (+4000)

— Baron Corbin (+4000)

— Edge (+4000)

— Rusev (+4000)

— Shinsuke Nakamura (+4000)

— The Miz (+4000)

— The Rock (+4000)

— Tommaso Ciampa (+4000)

— Becky Lynch (+5000)

— Bobby Lashley (+5000)

— Buddy Murphy (+5000)

— Elias (+5000)

— Erick Rowan (+5000)

— Humberto Carrillo (+5000)

— Johnny Gargano (+5000)

— Mustafa Ali (+5000)

— Rey Mysterio (+5000)

— Velveteen Dream (+5000)

— Walter (+5000)

— Goldberg (+6600)

— The Undertaker (+6600)

— Triple H (+6600)

— Antonio Brown (+10000)

— Big Show (+10000)

— Conor McGregor (+10000)

— Hulk Hogan (+10000)

— Logan Paul (+10000)

— Rob Gronkowski (+10000)

— Shawn Michaels (+10000)

— Steve Austin (+10000)

Most Elimination in the men’s Royal Rumble

— Braun Strowman (+150)

— Roman Reigns (+150)

— Brock Lesnar (+200)

— Drew McIntyre (+700)

— Keith Lee (+1600)

— Big Show (+2000)

Women’s Royal Rumble match

— Shayna Baszler (-150)

— Ronda Rousey (+500)

— Rhea Ripley (+600)

— Charlotte Flair (+1000)

— Sasha Banks (+1200)

— Lacey Evans (+1600)

— Kairi Sane (+1800)

— Becky Lynch (+2000)

— Alexa Bliss (+2200)

— Nikki Cross (+2200)

— Liv Morgan (+2500)

— Nia Jax (+2500)

— AJ Lee (+3300)

— Asuka (+3300)

— Bayley (+3300)

— Carmella (+3300)

— Mandy Rose (+3300)

— Ruby Riott (+3300)

— Sarah Logan (+4000)

— Sonya Deville (+4000)

— Dana Brooke (+5000)

— Io Shirai (+5000)

— Paige (+5000)

— Toni Storm (+5000)

— Bianca Belair (+6600)

— Billie Kay (+6600)

— Dakota Kai (+6600)

— Kacy Katanzaro (+6600)

— Naomi (+6600)

— Natalya (+6600)

— Nikki Bella (+6600)

— Peyton Royce (+6600)

— Tamina (+6600)

— Trish Stratus (+6600)

— Brie Bella (+8000)

— Kay Lee Ray (+8000)

— Kelly Kelly (+8000)

— Lana (+8000)

— Mickie James (+8000)

— Piper Niven (+8000)

— Stephanie McMahon (+8000)

Becky Lynch vs. Asuka for the “RAW” women’s championship

— Becky Lynch (-300)

— Asuka (+200)

“The Fiend” Bray Wyatt vs.  Daniel Bryan for the Universal championship

— Bray Wyatt (-600)

— Daniel Bryan (+350)

 

 

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