BY ESPN STAFF – JAN 26, 2020
It was a tale of two Royal Rumbles. For the first 30 minutes, Brock Lesnar destroyed all that was in front of him, devastating 13 consecutive foes and tossing each one over the top rope to tie the all-time Rumble record for eliminations.
But then Drew McIntyre entered the picture at No. 16. With a small assist from Ricochet, McIntyre landed a Claymore squarely to Lesnar’s jaw to eliminate the WWE champion. Then McIntyre fought to the bitter end to win the 2020 Men’s Royal Rumble — quite possibly setting up a WrestleMania 36 match with Lesnar in the process.
While McIntyre turned quite a few heads and Lesnar made major waves early on, the biggest shock of all came at No. 21, when Edge — nine years removed from his last match and having retired from the ring due to concerns with his neck — entered the match. Showing no signs of having slowed down and appearing to be in great shape, Edge didn’t take it easy by any means, taking and absorbing as much damage as anyone on Sunday night at Houston’s Minute Maid Park.
By the time Edge got into the match, Lesnar had already come and gone with his historic performance. Lesnar entered at No. 1 and had devastated all who came before him. He broke a guitar over Elias‘ back, threw John Morrison to scary, dizzying heights with an overhead belly-to-belly suplex… Read More HERE