Hey, folks! Graham here. If you've followed WrestleRant (formerly Next Era Wrestling) for any stretch of time, you'd know that my "Week in Review" column was a staple of the site for a long time, since November 2012 to be exact. Well, I came to the decision over the weekend that after almost nine years, I'll be putting an end to the weekly column.
Thanks to Cameo for sending along the following...
Cameo is partnering with WWE to co-promote WrestleMania on Saturday, April 10 and Sunday, April 11. With the promotion, 25 WWE Superstars will join the platform Monday April 5th at 11:00am ET. They will each offer 15 cameos on a first-come, first-serve basis and they will only be available on the platform through Friday, April 9th. The two-night pop culture extravaganza will stream live exclusively on Peacock at 8 pm ET in the United States and on WWE Network everywhere else.
The promotion is designed to allow fans a new way to engage with their favorite WWE Superstars by booking personalized videos from their favorites in anticipation of WrestleMania. It will also offer the Superstars and fans a chance to build real, authentic connections.
Pricing: Ranges from $150 - $500
For more info, please visit: https://on.cameo.com/wrestlemania/
Drew McIntyre & The Miz Join Shaquille O'Neal on the Biggest Sunday in Sports in 'Mercari Presents The SHAQ Bowl'
Shaquille O’Neal Takes On The Biggest Sunday In Sports with ‘Mercari Presents The SHAQ Bowl’ - The Ultimate Big Game Kickoff Show Live from Tampa on Sunday, Feb. 7
Migos, DJ Diesel, And Superstar Special Guest TBA To Headline The Halftime Show Presented by Pepsi Stronger Together
Hosted by Terrell Owens & Chad ‘Ochocinco’ Johnson; Featuring Ezekiel Elliott, Anthony Anderson, Nelly, Tim Tebow, Quavo, Offset, Winnie Harlow, Olivia Culpo, Diplo, Drew McIntyre, The Miz and More Competing in Live Challenges. Plus, an epic live performance from Bryson Tiller presented by Papa John’s
What's the Royal Rumble Game?
It isn't Royal Rumble season until the official details for my annual Royal Rumble Game are released, and thus here we are! This will be the ninth consecutive year I will be hosting the Royal Rumble Game, and it remains one of my favorite things to do all year. Thanks to all who have ever participated and will continue to participate. I'm extremely excited for this upcoming installment, so let's get cracking!
By this point, everyone should be fairly familiar with the rules of the Royal Rumble (considering it's usually the same people who throw their name in the hat every year), but for those who are unfamiliar with the concept, here have been the rules in the past: You pick a number 1-30 for both the men's and women's pools. They can be different numbers and you can only choose to enter one pool if you'd like (especially if the other Rumble pool is full). Each entry is limited to one person, and it's first come, first serve. The designated sign-up date and time is below. If whoever enters at your number in the Royal Rumble Game wins the whole thing, you win the game!
Similar to the last few years, there will two Rumble pools: one for the men's Rumble, and one for the women's Rumble. You are allowed enter both, so there could be as few as 30 total entrants. You are still limited to only one spot per Rumble, but when you choose two numbers between 1-30, please specify which is for the men's or and which is for women's. No two people can choose the same spot in one Rumble pool. Therefore, there will be two winners (unless the same person wins both, which is possible)!