When RAW airs from San Jose, CA, the Royal Rumble will be over, and things may never be the same. After defeating Ric Flair in Oklahoma City, Randy Orton will attempt to wrench the title away from Triple H at the Rumble. Will he be successful? And if he is, how will that affect the Cerebral Assassin’s plans for continued domination?
Batista qualified for the Rumble after crushing La Resistance in a handicap match. Should he be the last man standing on Sunday, what will his next move be? Will he continue to be loyal to Evolution, or will the so-called animal finally decide to strike out on his own?
Edge and the “Heartbreak Kid,” Shawn Michaels, faced off in a six man tag match as a warm-up for their faceoff in Fresno. After these two battle each other, both in a singles match and in the Rumble itself, what will happen? Will they finally put their rivalry to rest, or will the flames of their hatred ignite further in San Jose?
It’s no secret that Kane and Snitsky are bent on destroying one another. They arrived on RAW this week broken and beaten from their last encounter. When they meet on Sunday in the Rumble match, what will happen? And, come Monday night, what will be left of the two of them?
There’s only one way to find out the answer to all these questions. Check out the Royal Rumble Sunday, January 30 on Pay-Per-View, then tune in to Monday Night RAW on Spike TV (9/8 CT) and see what happens.