Royal Rumble matches have built its legacy on producing moments, may it be a heroic superstar return or a blisteringly brutal elimination spot.
These moments become etched into the lineage of WWE’s annual 30 man over-the-top-rope melee, and this is why the Royal Rumble is so deeply loved.
Often, the best and most exciting moments fall in the match's climax.
heavy-hitting final four can launch a Rumble into stratospheric heights,
but a dud equivalent can ruin it entirely.
The final four spot is one that is used to set off the Rumble’s final stages and tease fans with potential routes WWE may be leading them down on the impending Road To WrestleMania. To finish a Rumble with a bang, the final four finishing sequence needs to keep audiences on the edge of their seat, a thrilling match within a match carried out by a quartet who possess a worthy amount of star power.
You cannot have one without the other, because the ultimate blend of star power and exciting finishing sequence holds the key to a spectacular Royal Rumble Final Four.
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