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2010 Royal Rumble date changes & RAW rating is in

By : WrestlingDotCom News Posted on

In the Live Event section, the company is listing the 2010 Royal Rumble Pay-Per View taking place on January 31st. Their Upcoming Pay-Per-Views area still lists January 24th as the date. Ticketmaster also is still listing the show for January 24th.

The official website for the Phillips Arena, where the Rumble will originate from next year posted the following: “NEW WWE ROYAL RUMBLE DATE IN ATLANTA! Due to a scheduling conflict, WWE ROYAL RUMBLE will now take place on Sunday January 31st @ 7:45 at Philips Arena. Original tickets purchased for the previously announced January 24th date will be honored.”

According to various reports, the Labor Day Edition of WWE Monday Night RAW hosting by Bob Barker scored a 3.8 cable rating, which is just over 4 million viewers.

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