By Jason Powell, Prowrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)
Dot Net Member Efren Bojorquez send the following times of how long the WWE Royal Rumble participants were in the match from the time they entered the ring through their eliminations.
Rusev: 30:27 (3rd Longest)
Finn Bálor: 57:37 (Longest)
Baron Corbin: 1:00 (3rd Shortest)
Heath Slater: 0:33
Andrade Almas: 28:59
Bray Wyatt: 19:56
Big E: 13:28
Sami Zayn: 6:47
Sheamus: 0:0226 (Shortest)
Xavier Woods: 8:14
Apollo Crews: 5:06
Nakamura: 44:25 (2nd Longest)
Kofi Kingston: 5:24
Jinder Mahal: 3:31
Seth Rollins: 18:46
Matt Hardy: 1:03
John Cena: 28:32
The Hurricane: 0:22 (2nd Shortest)
Aiden English: 2:05
Adam Cole: 6:34
Randy Orton: 13:35
Titus O’Neil: 5:52
The Miz: 5:02
Rey Mysterio: 9:24
Roman Reigns: 21:28
Dolph Ziggler: 1:34
Notes: The amount of time it took Heath Slater to actually enter the Royal Rumble match from the time he was introduced was 11:20.
The amount of time it took from announcing the first two participants in the Rumble match to the opening bell: Four minutes.
Total combined entrance time for the other 28 participants: 10:21.
The actual time in between Seth Rollins and Matt Hardy’s entrance into the Royal Rumble so Kofi Kingston could do his annual thing: 2:54.
The estimated time in the Royal Rumble where ZERO action happened inside the ring (taking a breather, outside antics): 17:27.
Powell’s POV: Thanks to Efren for taking the time to compile the list of times again this year. We will have the women’s Rumble match times up shortly.
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