The attendance inside Chase Field was 48,193. This was the first WWE PPV inside a baseball stadium since WrestleMania 19 which had 54,097 fans. It’s the third biggest Rumble in terms of attendance behind Royal Rumble 1997 with 60,477 fans and Royal Rumble 2017 with 52,020. Both were inside the Alamodome.
Seth Rollins lasted the longest in the men’s Rumble match, going for a total of 43 minutes and then winning it all. Nobody else came closer to his time, in fact, he lasted almost twice as longer as the next guy, who was Samoa Joe with 23 minutes and 43 seconds on the clock. No Way Jose was this year’s Bushwhacker Luke, with only two seconds in the ring before he got thrown out. Xavier Woods had three seconds, Titus O’Neil had five seconds, and Bobby Lashley had 13 seconds for the shortest times.
Drew McIntyre and Braun Strowman had the most eliminations with four each. Rollins was second with three eliminations and 13 men had no eliminations at all to their name.
Jeff Jarrett was the surprise entrant this year, coming in at #2. Only two NXT and one NXT UK stars were part of this Rumble.
In the women’s match, two women went to distance with over 50 minutes each, with Natalya clocking in 55 minutes and 58 seconds followed closely by Ember Moon who did 53 minutes and 10 seconds. They were eliminated by Nia Jax and Alexa Bliss respectively. Liv Morgan was the quickest one out of the match with just eight seconds.
Charlotte Flair had the most eliminations with five while 13 women had none. Ruby Riott, Rhea Ripley, and Nia Jax were second with three eliminations each.
There were no former WWE Superstars who participated in this match unlike last year but there were five from NXT and one from NXT UK.