WWE Royal Rumble 2023 Time: When Will The PPV Start In The UK, Australia And South Africa?

WWE Royal Rumble 2023 Time is 8E/5P on January 28 in the United States of America. However, because of time zone differences, the premium live event will start at different timings across the various nations of the world.


For the first time in 2023, WWE is organizing a premium live event as the Road to WrestleMania 39 will get underway at Royal Rumble. Five matches have been announced for the show thus far. Roman Reigns will fight Kevin Owens in a WWE Undisputed Universal Championship match. Bianca Belair will put her RAW Women’s Championship on the line against Alexa Bliss.

Bray Wyatt will wrestle his first premium live event match after his return as he will lock horns in a Pitch Black match against LA Knight. Apart from these three matches, fans will also witness the two traditional Royal Rumble matches.


At what time will WWE Royal Rumble 2023 start in the UK?


WWE Royal Rumble 2023 will begin at 1:00 AM on January 29 in the UK. The time zone of the United Kingdom is five hours ahead of EST, which is why the premium live event will begin after midnight in London.

What is the start time for WWE Royal Rumble 2023 in Australia?

As per AEST, the Royal Rumble show will start at 12:00 PM on January 29. It will be a Sunday afternoon show for the Australian fans, allowing them to enjoy all the action live.

When will Royal Rumble begin in South Africa?


As far as fans living in South Africa are concerned, they can watch the WWE Royal Rumble 2023 show live from 3:00 AM onwards on January 29.

How to watch WWE Royal Rumble 2023 for free?

There is no way WWE fans can watch Royal Rumble for free. They can enjoy the videos and highlights from the show on WWE’s official social media platforms, but to watch the entire show live, fans will have to buy a subscription of the WWE Network.



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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