WWE Royal Rumble 2023 Predictions: Who Will Win Men’s Royal Rumble Match?

WWE Royal Rumble 2023 is only 10 days away. The countdown to the biggest premium live event of the month has started as fans across the world are excited to know who will win the Royal Rumble match this year. Last year, Brock Lesnar won the match and headlined WrestleMania 38.

In 2021, WWE Hall of Famer produced a once-in-a-lifetime performance and won the Royal Rumble match. The winner of the Royal Rumble receives a chance to fight for the world championship of his choosing at WrestleMania. Both Lesnar and Edge fought for the Universal Championship against Roman Reigns but suffered defeats.

This year, Roman Reigns holds the WWE Undisputed Universal Championship at the moment. So, it should not be a surprise if the winner earns a shot at both the championships at WrestleMania 39.


Superstars have started to announce their entries into the men’s Royal Rumble match. The names who will officially be in the 2023 Royal Rumble are Cody Rhodes, Ricochet, Seth Rollins, Austin Theory, Bobby Lashley, Gunther, Kofi Kingston, Baron Corbin, Rey Mysterio, Santos Escobar and Omos.

Raquel Rodriguez predicts who will win Men’s Royal Rumble match in 2023

Former WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion Raquel Rodriguez shared her predictions for the Royal Rumble recently and said that Baron Corbin will win the match. In a video posted by WWE on Twitter, Raquel said:

“Baron Corbin will win the Men’s Royal Rumble match. You heard it first here.”


Will Cody Rhodes win the Royal Rumble?


Cody Rhodes has announced his return to WWE. The American Nightmare has recovered from his injury and will compete in the upcoming Royal Rumble match.

Many fans have picked Rhodes as their number one favorite to win the match. It should not be a surprise if he wins the match and goes on to main event WrestleMania 39 against Roman Reigns.



Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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