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The Greatest Royal Rumble card reveals possible WrestleMania outcomes

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The Greatest Royal Rumble card reveals possible WrestleMania outcomes



The Greatest Royal Rumble is set to be a landmark event as WWE brings a huge show to Saudi Arabia for an event geared toward making a lasting impression for that fanbase.

The Greatest Royal Rumble will air on the WWE Network on April 27th, but we might have a couple clues about what to expect in the meantime.

For one, there could be a spoiler for Mania trapped inside the very card for the show. Of course, things could always change in time but The Bar is listed as Raw Tag Team Champions for the big event which could mean the plan is for them to hold onto their titles no matter who Braun Strowman picks as his partner.

But another interesting part comes when you look over to see who is set to challenge The Bar in Saudi Arabia. Both Matt Hardy and Jeff Hardy are scheduled to take on Sheamus and Cesaro during this huge event. This likely means Jeff Hardy is set to make his in-ring return before then and possibly start another Expedition Of Gold as well.

But Jeff Hardy isn’t the only Superstar advertised for the show who is currently on the injured list because Samoa Joe is also on the card in a promoted four-way ladder match between Finn Balor, The Miz, and Seth Rollins. Either way, this match will include the Intercontinental Title seeing how The Miz, Balor, and Rollins are the guys in the triple threat match at WrestleMania for the IC Title.

John Cena is also promoted as facing Triple H for the big show which is always a fun time.

If you’re able to make it to the big show live, then you can pick up your tickets this Saturday, March 31st.

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