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TNA Champion To Be A Surprise Entrant In The Royal Rumble

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Below are a couple of top WWE news stories of the day, involving the Royal Rumble and Vince McMahon.

• According to PWInsider, TNA Knockouts World Champion Jordynne Grace will make her WWE debut tonight, as she will compete in the Women’s Royal Rumble match as a surprise entrant.

WWE did the same thing a few years ago as well, when they had then IMPACT Knockouts World Champion Mickie James show up as a surprise entrant in the Rumble match.

According to Fightful Select, the following order of matches for tonight’s Royal Rumble 2024 premium live event is internally listed in WWE:

1. Women’s Royal Rumble

2. Undisputed WWE Universal Championship Match: Roman Reigns (c) vs. Randy Orton vs. LA Knight vs. AJ Styles

3. United States Championship Match: Logan Paul (c) vs. Kevin Owens

4. Men’s Royal Rumble

New Video: Jordynne Grace’s Revealing Workout Video:

• Due to the latest allegations against him, Vince McMahon has resigned from his Executive Chairman position in TKO Group Holdings (WWE + UFC). He’s not on the Board of Directors either anymore.

PWInsider then reported that people close to Vince are expected to get released:

“There is a belief (and depending on who you are, a concern) that Endeavor may sweep out anyone close to Vince McMahon and his remaining team in order to have a complete fresh sweep of the company going forward.

There were employees who exited the company when Vince initially resigned who returned when he forced his way back in.

For those who have remained with WWE post-Endeavor purchase, the belief among those we’ve spoken with tonight is their connection to McMahon may be a major negative going forward for their WWE status.”

Former WWE Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey tweeted the following about McMahon’s resignation:

“Bruce Prichard is basically Vince’s avatar, if he’s still around Vince still has a hand in the business. Vince was still running things through Bruce when he was ‘gone’ before.”

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