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WWE Royal Rumble 2015 Live Stream, TV Schedule and Winner Predictions

( [email protected] ) Jan 23, 2015 11:33 AM EST
The WWE Royal Rumble 2015 will be a terrific pay-per-view PPV event to be certain, but it shouldn't be a challenge for those who want to watch it when Royal Rumble 2015 airs at its scheduled time and date of Sunday, January 25, 2015 at 8 Eastern/ 5 Pacific at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.   Below is a list of predictions, spoilers, and rumors about Royal Rumble 2015, as well as a TV schedule for those that want to Live Stream the event itself.
Who will the thirty be? (WWE.com)

The WWE Royal Rumble 2015 will be a terrific pay-per-view PPV event to be certain, but it shouldn't be a challenge for those who want to watch it when Royal Rumble 2015 airs at its scheduled time and date of Sunday, January 25, 2015 at 8 Eastern/ 5 Pacific at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.   Below is a list of predictions, spoilers, and rumors about Royal Rumble 2015, as well as a TV schedule for those that want to Live Stream the event itself. 

According to Bleacher Report, those who are interested in watching the WWE Royal Rumble 2015 can stream it on the WWE network via Xbox console, PlayStation console, wwe.com, Apple TV, as well as other devices.  As with all other pay-per-views, the cost of watching Royal Rumble 2015 is included in the monthly $9.99 subscription fee, but this will give fans access for free to the company's pay-per-view archive, many original specials, and WWE NXT each week. 

So now let's talk about the Royal Rumble 2015 event itself.  The Match Card so far looks good with The New Age Outlaws vs. The Ascension, in their PPV debut.  Then the Usos vs. Damien Mizdow and The Miz Tag Team Championship, followed by Paige and Natalya vs. The Bella Twins, part of the WWE divas lineup. 

Then it is Seth Rollins vs. Brock Lesnar vs. John Cena for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.  This is the big match at WWE Royal Rumble 2015 when John Cena attempts to capture his 16th World title as he will challenge WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar for the top crown.  Cena will not be the only challenger as Seth Rollins is added to the mix, making it a Triple Threat Match for the WWE grand prize, as WWE reports. 

Then there is the long-awaited 30-Man Royal Rumble Match, and whoever takes the Rumble will most likely take on the winner of the WWE at Wrestlemania 31.   So far, the confirmed competitors are Roman Reigns, Daniel Bryan, Bad News Barrett, Rusev, R-Truth, Bray Wyatt, The Miz, Damien Mizdow, Kane, Big Show, Stardust, Goldust and Dean Ambrose.  Others are Ryback, Dolph Ziggler, and Erick Rowan, and possibly others like Sting, Tommy Dreamer, and Shelton Benjamin. 

We have already discussed our predictions, which feature Randy Ortaon, Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, and maybe Rusev as the 30-man champion, with a heavy emphasis on Reigns.  New entries to Royal Rumble 2015 will be pouring in within the next few days, the biggest surprises will be who will draw the number 30, a coveted spot amongst Royal Rumble participants.

All in all, the Royal Rumble 2015 looks to be quite a pay-per-view event for this Sunday, Sunday, Sunday! The WWE network isn't available in some countries, and has just been now made available in the United Kingdom and Ireland, but is still not available in Germany, India, or Japan.  Head over to the How to Watch section on the WWE website to find out how to get it where you live.