WWE Spoilers: 17 More Royal Rumble Match Participants Revealed!

The 24th annual WWE Royal Rumble will come to you, live on pay-per-view, in just under two weeks on January 30 from the TD Garden in Boston, MA. Seventeen RAW Superstars were confirmed for the huge 40-Man Royal Rumble Match including John Cena, CM Punk, and The New Nexus. Here is the updated card and confirmed Royal Rumble Match participants:

  • 40-Man Royal Rumble Match
  • WWE Championship: The Miz (c) (with Alex Riley) Vs. Randy Orton
  • World Heavyweight Championship: Edge (c) Vs. Dolph Ziggler (with Vickie Guerrero)

Confirmed Royal Rumble Match Participants: Alberto Del Rio, R-Truth, Rey Mysterio, “Dashing” Cody Rhodes, John Cena, CM Punk, The New Nexus (David Otunga, Husky Harris, & Michael McGillicutty), Daniel Bryan, John Morrison, King Sheamus, Ted DiBiase, Mark Henry, Yoshi Tatsu, Tyson Kidd, William Regal, Primo, Darren Young, Zack Ryder, & David Hart Smith

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