Just like the films of David Lynch, the fashions of Gautier or the fans of David Otunga, it's the uniqueness of the Royal Rumble which sets it apart from other PPVs.
Where the Rumble differs is in the opportunity to see how highly the Company rates performers.
As good as David Lynch is, nothing in Mulholland Drive hinted at what Vince McMahon thought of Kofi Kingston.
Similarly, Jean-Paul Gautier has never suggested through sequins a push for Yoshi Tatsu.
A David Otunga fan is, of course, fictional.
As always, the fortunes of the roster saw both extremes. Albert Del Rio came out on top while Tyson Kidd jobbed to an annoying dwarf.
So which members of the roster can look at the Rumble as the push that they need...