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The complete list of survival times for the 2019 women’s Royal Rumble match

The 2019 women’s Royal Rumble match lasted 1 hour 11 minutes and 24 seconds (1h 11m 24s).

The survival time for a superstar is the time that lapses between the point when she steps foot into the ring and the time that her feet hit the floor to signal elimination. This does not include the time it takes for a superstar to make her way from the entrance ramp down to the actual ring.

The average superstar survival time for the 2019 women’s Royal Rumble match was 14m 45s and the median survival time was 10m 08s.

Here is the full list of survival times for all 30 superstars:

  • 56m 01s: Natalya
  • 52m 45s: Ember Moon
  • 50m 03s: Charlotte Flair
  • 29m 21s: Lacey Evans
  • 25m 52s: Mandy Rose
  • 16m 52s: Kairi Sane
  • 14m 17s: Bayley
  • 13m 22s: Becky Lynch
  • 13m 21s: Io Shirai
  • 13m 07s: Ruby Riott
  • 12m 58s: Alexa Bliss
  • 11m 59s: Nia Jax
  • 11m 43s: Zelina Vega
  • 11m 38s: Mickie James
  • 10m 45s: Kacy Catanzaro
  • 9m 30s: Candice LeRae
  • 9m 16s: Billie Kay
  • 8m 53s: Nikki Cross
  • 8m 36s: Peyton Royce
  • 8m 22s: Tamina
  • 8m 11s: Maria Kanellis
  • 7m 57s: Rhea Ripley
  • 7m 18s: Dana Brooke
  • 7m 13s: Carmella
  • 6m 53s: Alicia Fox
  • 5m 38s: Sarah Logan
  • 4m 51s: Xia Li
  • 4m 26s: Sonya Deville
  • 1m 25s: Naomi
  • 0m 10s: Liv Morgan

Every listed time should be viewed with a margin of error of about three seconds or so.

The bell to end the match did not ring until about one second after Charlotte was eliminated. I counted this extra second as part of Becky’s survival time.

Zelina Vega lasted 11m 43s, but more than nine minutes of that time was spent outside the ring.

I believe that Michael Cole claimed that Natalya lasted for 55m 58s, but I have her at 56m 01s. The two times are close enough time to fall within a reasonable margin of error.

Last year, nine different women in the field failed to survive for at least four minutes. That was completely turned around this year, with only Naomi and Liv Morgan failing to reach that mark.

So there you have it, Cagesiders. Which of the above numbers surprise you the most? Are you bothered by the fact that Mandy Rose lasted so much longer than her partner Sonya Deville?

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