Every year when the Royal Rumble comes around, a sense of nostalgia kicks in as wrestling fans remember Rumble moments from the past and relive them because they are what made the Rumble such an important match in the first place. In terms of the actual Royal Rumble match and what one was the best, the clear choice is 1992. While there were many others that can be considered great, this one was the best for a number of reasons that we'll get into a bit later. When the Rumble took place in 1992, the WWE Title (was WWF at the time, but we'll run with WWE going forward) was vacant due the controversy surrounding the 1991 Survivor Series WWE Title match involving The Undertaker and Hulk Hogan and then their rematch at the "This Tuesday in Texas" event. Both of them would be a part of the Rumble while 28 others would join them with the opportunity to leave as the WWE Champion. The 5th Royal Rumble took place on January 19, 1992 in Albany, New York. What was interesting about WWE at the time is that they had just signed Ric Flair a few months prior to the Rumble, so they were able to add some star power to this match. As most of you probably reading this already know, Flair went on to win the star studded Rumble and during the 62 minutes and 2 seconds that the match took place, a lot of great things happened. Let's take a look at them.