Royal Rumble: Seth Rollins, Becky Lynch win big as Lesnar retains title

Royal Rumble: Seth Rollins, Becky Lynch win big as Lesnar retains title

- Royal Rumbles ended with Seth Rollins and Becky Lynch winning their fights on Sunday night

- The competition took place at Chase Field in Pheonix, Arizona last night as they aim for bigger titles

All is now set for the Royal Rumble scheduled to take place on Monday, January 28 at Chase Field in Pheonix, Arizona.

The competition started on Sunday night with 35 wrestlers battling for honours in both men and women's category.

Three hot and interesting fights got the evening rolling, but cooled off after the women's Royal Rumble was both long and slow.

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WWE closed the show with the men's Rumble, which was well put together but ended just shy of midnight ET

WWE Royal Rumble as it happened

Seth Rollins wins men's Royal Rumble Match

Brock Lesnar beat Finn Balor to retain the Universal Championship

Daniel Bryan beat AJ Styles to retain the WWE Championship

RAW Women's Champion Ronda Rousey defeated Sasha Banks

Buddy Murphy defeated Akira Tozawa, Kalisto and Hideo Itami to retain the WWE Cruiser-weight Championship in a Fatal 4-Way Match

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Shinsuke Nakamura beat Rusev to WIN the United States Championship

Bobby Roode and Chad Gable beat Scott Dawson and Rezar

Royal Rumble match card and results

Brock Lesnar beat Finn Balor to retain the Universal Championship

Daniel Bryan beat AJ Styles to retain the WWE Championship

Seth Rollins won the 2019 Men’s Royal Rumble Match

Becky Lynch wins the 2019 Women's Royal Rumble match

Ronda Rousey beat Sasha Banks to retain the RAW Women's Championship

Asuka beat Becky Lynch to retain the SmackDown Women's Championship

Shane McMahon and The Miz beat The Bar to win the SmackDown Tag Team Championship

Buddy Murphy beat Akira Tozawa, Kalisto and Hideo Itami to retain the WWE Cruiserweight Championship in a Fatal 4-Way Match (Kickoff Match)

Shinsuke Nakamura beat Rusev to WIN the United States Championship (Kickoff Match)

Bobby Roode and Chad Gable beat Scott Dawson and Rezar (Kickoff Match)

Legit.ng earlier reported that Hulk Hogan first won his first World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) title at the Madison Square Garden 35-years-ago.

And the Wrestling icon took a walk down memory lane to recount the greatest moment of his career that defined him as one of the great founders of wrestling entertainment.

It was January 1984, when the Hulkster defeated the Iron Sheik and took the wrestling industry by storm, inspiring a generation of superstars including the Rock and John Cena.

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