Royal Rumble - Dates, Venues, and Winners

Dates, Venues, and Winners

List of Royal Rumble dates, venues and winners
Event Date City Venue Winner Entry No. Ref.
01 !1 Royal Rumble (1988) January 24, 1988 Hamilton, Ontario Copps Coliseum Jim Duggan 13 !13 center;">
02 !2 Royal Rumble (1989) January 15, 1989 Houston, Texas The Summit Big John Studd 27 !27
03 !3 Royal Rumble (1990) January 21, 1990 Orlando, Florida Orlando Arena Hulk Hogan 25 !25
04 !4 Royal Rumble (1991) January 19, 1991 Miami, Florida Miami Arena Hulk Hogan 24 !24
05 !5 Royal Rumble (1992) January 19, 1992 Albany, New York Knickerbocker Arena Ric Flair 03 !3
06 !6 Royal Rumble (1993) January 24, 1993 Sacramento, California ARCO Arena Yokozuna 27 !27
07 !7 Royal Rumble (1994) January 22, 1994 Providence, Rhode Island Providence Civic Center Bret Hart
Lex Luger
27 !27
23 !23
08 !8 Royal Rumble (1995) January 22, 1995 Tampa, Florida USF Sun Dome Shawn Michaels 01 !1
09 !9 Royal Rumble (1996) January 21, 1996 Fresno, California Selland Arena Shawn Michaels 18 !18
10 !10 Royal Rumble (1997) January 19, 1997 San Antonio, Texas Alamodome Steve Austin 05 !5
11 !11 Royal Rumble (1998) January 18, 1998 San Jose, California San Jose Arena Steve Austin 24 !24
12 !12 Royal Rumble (1999) January 24, 1999 Anaheim, California Arrowhead Pond Vince McMahon 02 !2
13 !13 Royal Rumble (2000) January 23, 2000 New York, New York Madison Square Garden The Rock 24 !24
14 !14 Royal Rumble (2001) January 21, 2001 New Orleans, Louisiana New Orleans Arena Steve Austin 27 !27
15 !15 Royal Rumble (2002) January 20, 2002 Atlanta, Georgia Philips Arena Triple H 22 !22
16 !16 Royal Rumble (2003) January 19, 2003 Boston, Massachusetts Fleet Center Brock Lesnar 29 !29
17 !17 Royal Rumble (2004) January 25, 2004 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Wachovia Center Chris Benoit 01 !1
18 !18 Royal Rumble (2005) January 30, 2005 Fresno, California Save Mart Center Batista 28 !28
19 !19 Royal Rumble (2006) January 29, 2006 Miami, Florida American Airlines Arena Rey Mysterio 02 !2
20 !20 Royal Rumble (2007) January 28, 2007 San Antonio, Texas AT&T Center The Undertaker 30 !30
21 !21 Royal Rumble (2008) January 27, 2008 New York, New York Madison Square Garden John Cena 30 !30
22 !22 Royal Rumble (2009) January 25, 2009 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena Randy Orton 08 !8
23 !23 Royal Rumble (2010) January 31, 2010 Atlanta, Georgia Philips Arena Edge 29
24 !24 Royal Rumble (2011) January 30, 2011 Boston, Massachusetts TD Garden Alberto Del Rio 38
25 !25 Royal Rumble (2012) January 29, 2012 St. Louis, Missouri Scottrade Center Sheamus 22
26 !26 Royal Rumble (2013) January 27, 2013 Phoenix, Arizona US Airways Center TBC TBC

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