Favorite royal rumble performances?

I am having a royal rumble marathon and am keeping track of my favorites performances. I am up to 1999. So far I have:


Ric Flair in 1992 when he entered third and won.
Diesel in 1994 when he threw out 7 straight people.
Stone Cold 1997 when he eliminated a bunch of guys in a row and 10 total on his way to victory.



I know Kane in 2001 eliminating 11 and Austin for the same year will be on the list.

What are your favorite RR performances?

I enjoyed triple h's performance in the 02 rumble but that entire rumble is my favorite of all time also. Love him and stone cold going back and forth, then mr perfect returning and also I believe that's the rumble where maven eliminated taker so a great one in my book Phone Post 3.0

Man it fucking sucks that they let Roman Reigns break Kane's record.

Roman Reigns is a fucking stupid name, do they want people to think he's a gay porn star or something? Phone Post 3.0

Tobed0g - Man it fucking sucks that they let Roman Reigns break Kane's record.

Roman Reigns is a fucking stupid name, do they want people to think he's a gay porn star or something? Phone Post 3.0
That's his gimmick..... Phone Post 3.0

Huningtonbbb - I enjoyed triple h's performance in the 02 rumble but that entire rumble is my favorite of all time also. Love him and stone cold going back and forth, then mr perfect returning and also I believe that's the rumble where maven eliminated taker so a great one in my book Phone Post 3.0

2002 Rumble was great. Triple H/Austin both had great perofrmances.

Undetaker eliminating 7 guys and then beating Maven up and down the arena was also a top peformance for me.

Rock eliminating Big Show in 2000 was great as well. The 2000 card felt like an ECW invasion, with Taz's intro, Dudley Boyz in a tables match, and Triple H defeating cactus Jack in a street fight.

The best entire card, for me, was probably 2001. The actual rumble event was great, Benoit v. Jerricho in a ladder match, the Dudley Boyz defeating Edge and Christian, and Kurt Angle defeating Triple H.

As far as Roman goes, his performance in breaking Kane's record was not good. I don't know how it's possible, but his performance just seemed "weak."

If you get a chance, re-watch the 2001 Rumble and then the 2014 Rumble. Kane was in the ring demolishing everyone and just housing people. He came across as an awesome monster heel. Again, I don't know how it's possible to eliminate 12 guys and have your performance appear "weak," but Roman's performance doesn't even come close to holding up to Kane's.

It really does stink that they let Kane's reccord be broken in such a lame fashion.

I know they didn't spend a ton of time in the actual match, but Vince and Austin killed it in 99. The mix between the actual storyline playing out before and during the match and then the shock of Vince winning was all great. Phone Post 3.0