So far, the likes of Daniel Bryan, AJ Styles and more have all declared their entry into the Men’s Royal Rumble match. On the women’s side, Superstars such as Bayley and Charlotte Flair will be taking part.
Former WWE writer Brian Gewirtz recently took to Twitter and questioned the way WWE Superstars have announced their entry into the Royal Rumble match this year. He asked if there was any reason why every Superstar doesn’t do it immediately and also asked about WWE legends making a surprise entry. He then mocked the entire thing by asking if there will be multiple Doinks declaring themselves in the match.
Haven’t seen Raw in a while. You can “declare” yourself to be in the Royal Rumble? Is there a reason why everybody doesn’t do this immediately? What about surprise legends? Are there multiple Doinks declaring themselves in the Rumble right now? Which Doink gets priority?!
Former WWE Superstar and current Impact Tag Team Champion Karl Anderson decided to respond to Gewirtz’s tweet. Anderson told Gewirtz to be careful as he has seen how people can be in WWE, stating that Gewirtz would drive himself insane.
Anderson then sarcastically declared himself and Doc Gallows to be part of the Royal Rumble match.
The Good Brothers recently teamed up with Kenny Omega and defeated Rich Swann, Moose, and Chris Sabin at Impact Wrestling’s Hard To Kill pay-per-view.