Did the WWE's Greatest Royal Rumble live up to the hype? | The Tylt
Did the WWE's Greatest Royal Rumble live up to the hype?
It doesn't matter where in the world WWE wrestling is taking place. These professionals put on a good show and the Greatest Royal Rumble was no exception.
Shinsuke Nakamura and A.J. Styles' "Dream Match" rematch lived up to the billing, with both stars topping their previous Wrestlemania performance. Brock Lesnar and Roman Reign's cage match made their previous Wrestlemania battle look like an amateur competition. Top that off with Daniel Bryan's record-setting Royal Rumble performance, Braun Strowman's win and Titus O'Neil's blunder and you have a great event.
Nothing like another subpar, overhyped WWE event. The company sold its soul again for another cash grab with a gimmick that added nothing of substance to the universe. Not only that, women weren't participating in what was billed as one of the most important events of the year.
The WWE Women's Division is arguably the best part of the WWE right now. If they're not there, it can't be considered a top-flight event. Go back to the drawing board, WWE. This event was awful.
Just turned on the #WWEGRR to see Brock Lesnar winning the Universal Championship.