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#21 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.75
    Originally posted by AlbySure
      Originally posted by JustinShapiro
        Originally posted by CRZ
        I would be curious who you think will be the BIGGEST name NOT to appear on this PPV (either as a Rumble entrant, or in a different match).


      Gotta be R-Truth, right?


    Has he been on a televised professional wrestling show of any kind since TLC?


Oh yeah he got a big cut that night right? OK so if Truth was hurt then Gabriel or Primo? Or, who can prove that the Shield actually appeared?
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#22 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.51
Nous ne nous pouvons pas sortir.
    Originally posted by J. Kyle


    Longest in Rumble: Ziggler

    Shortest in Rumble: Mahal

    "Kane" Push/most eliminations: Ryback

    Surprise entrants: Goldust, Scotty Goldman, X-Pac

    Final 4: Undertaker, Cena, Sheamus, Ryback
Yatta! I predicted a fairly predictable form of entertainment!

If you count team up eliminations, Sheamus ties Ryback. But for the sake of my batting average, I'm not going to.



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#23 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.77
Does anyone know who lasted the longest after the other 28 (18,38) were thrown out? Or maybe I should just ask who were the longest final two competitors. Or maybe you can just figure out what I am asking here.
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#24 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.46
Edit: OOPS, I misread your question. Michaels and Undertaker fought for about 10 minutes as the final two in 2007, so that's the real answer.


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Austin and Vince both "lasted" from 1-2 to the end of the 1999 Rumble but they spent most of their time outside the ring so that was B.S.

Michaels and the Bulldog went from 1-2 to the end in 1995 but that was the one-minute interval year, so it's not a long time period.

I think the answer you're looking for is 2009, when Orton and HHH were the last two in the ring. Triple H was #7 in the ring and Orton was #8. That was quite a year for longevity, as Rhodes/Dibiase/Undertaker were the next three finishers and they entered the ring at #15/#10/#16, respectively.

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This hasn't been covered by the sheets (at least, not that I've noticed). TNA has already been offered a two-hour timeslot by Spike TV. So why is Impact still just one hour, you ask?
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