Jan 27 2014, 3:09am CST | by Sumayah Aamir
The Royal Rumble 2014 went off with a bang. The only hulk of a wrestler that remained by the end of the in-fighting was Batista. He let it be known in a very visible way that he was the king of the ring. There were several boos from crowd, yet that didn’t deter Batista from announcing his victory in the most obnoxiously pompous way possible. Batista had won a previous Royal Rumble too.
As for the Royal Rumble 2014 it progressed in its usual manner of pitting all against all. A wrestler named The Animal entered and fought like crazy in the beginning. CM Punk was there in fighting form. Seth Rollins squared off against him and it was a battle of muscles, bones and sinews.
Alexander Rusev, who was a power-lifter from Bulgaria, entered the fray at the #6 spot. He manhandled Rollins and Punk out of their right to win. Meanwhile, Cody Rhodes figured somewhere in the competition to the top. But the final fighter who emerged from the rubble of wrecks was Batista.
He had the faith and spirit to win the titanic scuffle of nerves that was the Royal Rumble 2014. It was a tough journey to the acme. And once Batista had made it there he displayed his belt to the crowd. He was the best (for now that is).
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