Normally, for those of you not familiar with my work, I like to do fantasy yet realistic predictions of the pay-per-views. For example, Bound for Glory, Hell in a Cell and Survivor Series are good examples of my style of picking.
TLC was one of the better pay-per-views of the year.
I will take a look at the Royal Rumble in the TD Banknorth Garden in Boston. This is arguably the second most important PPV (No. 1 is rather obvious) on the WWE's calendar.
Countless classic moments have come out of this event since its inception in 1988. John Cena coming back from a torn pectoral muscle in 2008, Edge coming back from a torn achilles in 2010 and an epic casket match between Shawn Michaels and Undertaker in 1998, in which HBK won.
It's an all-time favorite for many fans because the element of surprise not only happens, it is expected. Who's going to come out of nowhere to win the Royal Rumble? That's a commonly asked question in the minds of fans. The Royal Rumble winner is guaranteed a title shot at WrestleMania.
Stone Cold Steve Austin has the record for most Royal Rumble victories with three.
Who will win the 2011 Royal Rumble? Will the Miz successfully defend his belt against his old tag team partner? Will Edge retain the WHC against an enraged Kane?
So many questions, so many predictions.