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Five WWE superstars who never participated in a Royal Rumble Match

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There have been over 800 superstars who have participated in a Royal Rumble Match. However, did you know that there are well-known stars that never competed at the star-studded match? Here is SportsRageous’ list of the five WWE superstars who never entered a Royal Rumble Match.

The Brooklyn Brawler

The Royal Rumble is a place for all WWE superstars. The Brooklyn Brawler is known as a glorified jobber and spent 33 years with the company. However, he never entered a Rumble Match which is a surprising fact.

Shane McMahon

Shane-O-Mac returned last year but yes, he has never competed in a Royal Rumble Match. He has wrestled in many kinds of matches like an Ambulance Match, Hell in a Cell and Street Fights. But hey, this might be the year he makes his Royal Rumble debut.

Ricky Steamboat

“The Dragon” is already in the WWE Hall of Fame and he is considered as one of the greatest ever. Surprisingly, he has not appeared on single Royal Rumble Match in his career. However, he was part of the very first Royal Rumble pay-per-view in 1988 when he faced off with “Ravishing” Rick Rude.

Kamala

The Royal Rumble has been the home of many different big men, giants and monsters. Guys like Kane, The Big Show and Mark Henry were treated as threats to win the match. Back in the late 1980s and early 1990s, the WWE had Kamala but he never competed in a Royal Rumble Match.

Razor Ramon/Scott Hall

Hey, oh. Razor Ramon is the biggest star to have never competed in a Royal Rumble Match. Despite being one of the most popular stars of the 1990s, he never entered the match but he has defended the intercontinental title several times at the Royal Rumble pay-per-view.

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