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LOP Radio RetroShock: WWF Royal Rumble 1994

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It's that time again! The nostalgia train is rolling and your pals Steven Bell and Samuel 'Plan are jumping aboard. Our destination this time around? January of 1994 and the WWF Royal Rumble.

One of the more pivotal events in the New Generation, the '94 Rumble laid the groundwork for some of the most impactful and long lasting feuds of the era. From The Undertaker vs Yokozuna in a legendary Casket match for the WWF Championship to a controversial Royal Rumble ending that is still discussed to this day, all the way to the great debate over who, exactly, screwed who? Bret or Owen? Did Bret deserve to have his leg kicked out of his leg?

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