Here's The Winner Of The Greatest Royal Rumble

Hamza Alabbadi a 13-year-old-who suffered a traumatic brain injury when he was hit by a car five years ago will meet WWE star John Cena in Saudi Arabia. Leslie Pableo for The National

Braun Strowman has won the Greatest Royal Rumble

WWE recently signed a 10 year deal with Saudi Arabia, so fans can expect more events to be held there in the future, but the Greatest Royal Rumble was the first event under the new deal. While the annual January Rumble features 30 entrants, this one will have a whopping 50.

The story of the match was largely about Daniel Bryan, who entered at number one and set the Royal Rumble record for longest time spent in a Rumble match, lasting an hour and fifteen minutes.

Aiyegbusi looked comfortable in the ring despite making his debut in front of an arena of over 50,000 people in Saudi Arabia on a WWE special event. See the full list below. Watch Titus O'Neil make his memorable entrance in the Greatest Royal Rumble match below. In addition, the Undertaker returned to WWE-after his recent Wrestlemania match against John Cena-to take on Rusev in a Casket Match. Dolph Ziggler, who came in at number two lasted almost 26 minutes while Elias clocked over 30 minutes.

Cruiserweight Championship: Cedric Alexander (c) def. Kalisto by pin following the Lumbar Check to retain.

Universal Championship: Steel Cage Match: Brock Lesnar (c) (with Paul Heyman) def.

Intercontinental Championship Ladder Match: Seth Rollins (c) def.

WWE Championship: AJ Styles (c) and Shinsuke Nakamura fight to a double count-out.

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