The 2022 Royal Rumble is upon us as we start on the road toward WrestleMania. It is arguably WWE's most popular event of the year and the card is stacked for the first Rumble in front of a crowd for two years.
The forbidden door will be opened for the first time in WWE in over 20 years in the women's Royal Rumble match and rumours are rife that it may be open again for the men's event.
The WWE and Universal titles are also being defended in matches that could steal the show. Becky Lynch will defend her WWE Raw Women's championship, while Smackdown Women's champion Charlotte Flair will enter the Royal Rumble match.
The show kicks off at 12pm AEDT.
Who's on the card
- Raw Women's Championship: Becky Lynch (champion) vs Doudrop
- WWE Championship: Brock Lesnar (champion) vs Bobby Lashley
- Universal Championship: Roma Reigns (champion) vs Seth Rollins
- Edge & Beth Pheonix vs Miz & Maryse
- 30 woman Royal Rumble match
- 30 man Royal Rumble match
How to watch the Royal Rumble on TV
To catch the Rumble on TV you will need a Foxtel subscription, where you can pay for the show on MainEvent, channel 521. The show costs $29.95 to order and you will have access to the show for 24 hours.
How to stream the Royal Rumble
To stream the Royal Rumble you will need a WWE Network subscription. This costs $9.99 USD per month but the first month is free for new subscribers. You can stream the show from the WWE Network via the app on mobile, laptop or desktop computer or from the app on your Playstation or Xbox.