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The complete list of survival times for the 2020 women’s Royal Rumble match

The 2020 women’s Royal Rumble match lasted 54 minutes and 17 seconds (54m 17s).

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 2020 women’s Royal Rumble match was 9m 44s and the median survival time was 7m 17s.

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

  • 33m 21s: Bianca Belair
  • 26m 35s: Alexa Bliss
  • 26m 21s: Charlotte Flair
  • 23m 04s: Beth Phoenix
  • 22m 02s: Naomi
  • 18m 40s: Toni Storm
  • 15m 08s: Nikki Cross
  • 14m 42s: Natalya
  • 10m 49s: Xia Li
  • 10m 22s: Mighty Molly
  • 9m 31s: Zelina Vega
  • 8m 59s: Candice LeRae
  • 8m 49s: Mandy Rose
  • 8m 14s: Mercedes Martinez
  • 7m 56s: Shotzi Blackheart
  • 6m 37s: Carmella
  • 6m 28s: Mia Yim
  • 5m 30s: Sonya Deville
  • 5m 25s: Dana Brooke
  • 5m 20s: Kairi Sane
  • 4m 27s: Shayna Baszler
  • 3m 49s: Tegan Nox
  • 2m 30s: Kelly Kelly
  • 2m 28s: Lana
  • 1m 33s: Dakota Kai
  • 1m 02s: Santina Marella
  • 0m 44s: Liv Morgan
  • 0m 39s: Tamina
  • 0m 29s: Sarah Logan
  • 0m 12s: Chelsea Green

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

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

Roughly 7m 57s lapsed between the point when Naomi initially jumped to the barricade and then eventually returned to the ring steps via makeshift bridge.

Towards the latter part of the match, around the time when the Santina Marella stuff was occurring, Charlotte Flair was outside of the ring for about 6m 57s. Approximately 5m 15s of that time overlapped with Naomi’s aforementioned time away from the ring.

Nine different participants failed to survive for at least four minutes, which is similar to how things went in the 2018 women’s Royal Rumble match.

This was the first women’s Royal Rumble match that did not have a superstar reach a survival time of 50+ minutes.

So there you have it, Cagesiders. Which of the above numbers surprise you the most?

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