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on 2 March 2014
Pre Show
WWE Tag Team Championships
New Age Outlaws vs. Rhodes Brothers
Nothing special between these four, Goldust was impressive as he has been since his return.

Opening Match
Daniel Bryan vs. Bray Wyatt
Wow! Bray Wyatt has arguably the best character in WWE today but there were questions about his in ring efforts. This match confirms that he is incredible inside the ring too. His mannerisms and character work is on another level. Having the best worker in WWE today Daniel Bryan certainly helped the match out. These two worked a fantastic match with an incredible finish to boot.

Brock Lesnar vs. Big Show
I didn't like this "match" I believe if you want to make Brock Lesnar look unbeatable then let him beat Big Show clean and without weapons. This wasn't a match, it's a segment that drags on too long. Big Show walking out of the arena just ruined any moment they were trying to make.

WWE World Championship (hate that name)
Randy Orton vs. John Cena
Talk about seeing this too much. The crowd are the real superstars here, they tell these guys exactly what they want to see and that is Daniel Bryan and at one point divas! The match is slow with an odd pace. Finish was inventive at the time until WWE ignored that it ever happened and repeated the spot at the next PPV. This isn't required viewing at all.

Royal Rumble 2014
Well this didn't go to plan did it? It's an okay Rumble but to be honest nothing special happens bar the crowd's reaction to the obvious winner and the final participant to be eliminated. I don't rate Rumble's because it's very difficult to do so. It's better than 2012's but not 2013.

Required viewing:
Daniel Bryan vs. Bray Wyatt
Rumble i suppose
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on 12 June 2014
The Royal Rumble of 2014 has become just as well known for the live crowd reactions as it has for the in ring action. The fans in attendance certainly made WWE aware of their feelings towards the current product - refusing to react the way the company wanted them to. Due to the overwhelming reactions towards Daniel Bryan (positive) and Batista (negative) and the fact CM Punk walked out shortly after this show, WWE changed its plans for Wrestlemania 30.

Partly because of that it's an interesting show to watch and the in ring action is actually really good in places. Without spoiling any results these are my thoughts on the action..............

Bray Wyatt v Daniel Bryan - This is a cracking match, everything you need from a PPV opener. The crowd are electric, there's a lengthy storyline behind it and these two put together a scorcher. The best of Brays career to that point.

Big Show v Brock Lesnar - This is a strange short match, more notable for what happens before and after the bell. Disappointing considering how rarely Brock wrestles on his part time contract, these two had better matches back in 2002 and 2003.

Randy Orton v John Cena (Heavyweight Title) - Michael Cole calls this one of the most anticipated rematches of all time. Really Michael? These guys have fought so many times over the years in so many types of matches did many really want to see them go at it again? Anyway, it's not a bad match but not particularly inspiring, at least the finish leads into a new storyline.
It's during this match that the crowd start to take over. Orton gets booed, Cena gets booed and the crowd start chanting for Daniel Bryan before the first bell has rung. These chants return later as well as chants of Randy Savage, Y2J, The Undertaker and BORING amongst others.

Royal Rumble Match - I enjoyed the Rumble match this year, it kept the action moving at a decent pace (new man every 90 seconds) and there were spirited efforts from CM Punk and The Shield including a star making turn from Roman Reigns. There's the usual surprise entrants, Kofi Kingston gets his customary Rumble moment, Cesaro breaks out The Swing and there's a bit of JBL comedy.
The crowd continue chanting for Daniel Bryan at different times despite the fact he wasn't advertised to be in the match. The returning Batista gets loudly booed throughout which I think was a shock to him and WWE but probably not to many outside the bubble. When the thirtieth man comes out and the crowd realise that Bryan really isn't going to be involved they totally turn on the match, virtually everyone gets booed from this point. Strangely entertaining in its own way.

DVD extras....................

A few mid card stars pick their numbers. A short interview with Batista. An even shorter interview with Orton.

Cody Rhodes and Goldust v. The New Age Outlaws (Tag Team Titles) - This match from the pre show Royal Rumble Kickoff is a fun little TV style match. The Outlaws bring their catchphrases, Cody and Dustin bring the athleticism. Good stuff.
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on 26 April 2014
Wow. for a 4 match ppv this was a very good show, definitely worth the money! We kick the show off with Daniel Bryan vs bray Wyatt, this is definitely a match that could win match of the year, this match gave bray Wyatt the chance to prove how good he really is, bray took the opportunity, this was a back and forth match witch is what makes a good match, if there is back and forth action in a match the winner becomes less predictable. Both men looked very strong in this match with a great ending, if I did not know the result of this match before I bought this DVD I wouldn't be able to guess who would win! A 10/10 match right there! Match 2: Brock Lesnar vs Big Show. This match could have been so Much better without the stupid start, this starts with Lesnar attacking show before the bell is rung and he ' destroys' big show with a chair, yeah right! Brock lesnar used the chair like a girl, if he is going to put big show out with a chair lesnar could of at least made it look promising! The match itself lasted about 2 minutes with big show starting it off with the knockout punch, he pounds lesnar a few times but lesnar just hits show with an F5, probably the only entertaining part of the match, Brock picks up the win and then continues with his pathetic excuses of steel chair shots. Not entertained at all! 4/10. Next up we had the wwe world heavyweight championship match between randy orton and john cena. As the crowd shout during the match, this match was boring as hell. The crowd were chanting Daniel Bryan throughout the match. The best part of this match was when they both hit there finishing moves on each other, and there hit the opposite finishing moves on each other, this match was only just saved by the appearance of the Wyatt family, I'm not going to say what happened because I don't want to be a spoiler but this ending was very good. 6/10. Finally we get to what we have all been waiting for... The royal rumble match! This match starts of with cm punk and Seth Rollins. This match was good and solid. Kofi Kingston once again stole the match with his amazing stunts and tricks! We saw a few surprise appearances and the return of somebody we had all been waiting for!(entry 17) I will give out a quick spoiler which is that Kane's elimination record was broken, by roman reigns, the true future of wwe, the match goes on for about an hour and is very impressive with plenty of amazing moments, the only bad thing about this match was the winner was to predictable and there was no Daniel Bryan, the crowd were not happy with this! Overall a rather impressive match. 9/10. In conclusion I think this was a decent show but nothing to special. Very impressive bray wyatt as well. Overall I give this ppv a 8/10
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on 16 December 2014
The Royal Rumble in 2014 is not the best Royal Rumble in history, but it is certainly one of the most important, and changed the landscape for the entire year, and future of WWE.

Without spoiling anything for you, this event led to huge changes in the Wrestlemania Title picture, all thanks to the audience, who had finally had enough, and rebelled in a big way.

1 - Daniel Bryan vs Bray Wyatt - The first match of the year is a contender for match of the year. The crowd is fully behind Bryan (as they are all night) and these two put on a fantastic display. 8/10

2 - Brock Lesnar vs Big Show - Hard to rate this one, you will understand why, when you watch it. It serves a purpose.

3 - Randy Orton vs John Cena - The audience turned on this match, and let WWE know that they are fed up of seeing Orton vs Cena again. A good match but overshadowed by the boo's and chants from the crowd. 6/10

4 - Royal Rumble Match - An entertaining match, if a little light on major names. Contains an ending which needs to be seen, WWE did not expect the reaction that the winner was to recieve. 7/10

This gets 4 stars from me, it is a must watch PPV in my opinion, due to the fact that it literally changed the future of the WWE.
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on 24 July 2014
This show was pretty bad in my opinion.
Daniel Bryan vs Bray Wyatt
Surprisingly this bad show kicked off with an awesome match and in what I think is Bray Wyatt's best match to date
Brock Lesnar vs Big Show
Basically Lesnar cleaned house which wasn't bad I guess because it made Brock look like a legit guy.
WWE World Heavyweight Championship- Randy Orton vs John Cena
The crowd was more entertaining than the match which tells you a lot, probably Cena & Orton's worst match to date.
30 Man Royal Rumble
This was very disappointing, no real surprising return and predictable winner and in the end the Batista return angle flopped.
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on 28 December 2014
The second year running that the Royal Rumble match was looking good then they had to go and lower the rating by having a predictable winner.
The rest of the matches of the night were pretty 50/50, not bad but nothing particularly memorable either.
Maybe this is one for collectors only...
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on 7 November 2015
It was for my son, honest. Whatever its many failings, WWE is well-honed product and a mighty spectacle. True fans don't care that it's all show, it's a show for goodness' sake! My son is a WWE expert, and I suppose this DVD contributed to his specialist knowledge, sort of research.
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on 13 May 2014
The DVD came very quickly and it was very cheap. I love watching the royal rumble match. It's so good. I like the way the match is carried out. I have every Royal Rumble since they started.
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on 12 October 2015
Usual old rubbish from WWE. Nothing seems to have changed over the past 20 years as they dream up more and more ridiculous stunts to impress the converted.
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on 20 April 2014
Great value for money, well worth every penny and my 6 year old was sat watching it with dad for hours. Arrived when it said it would so really pleased.
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