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Ronda Rousey appears on the red carpet of the WWE Mae Young Classic on Sept. 12, 2017 in Las Vegas. Bryan Steffy/Getty Images for WWE

The first WWE pay-per-view of the year was a historic one. Not only did Royal Rumble 2018 conclude with the first-ever women’s Royal Rumble match, but it marked the start of Ronda Rousey’s WWE career.

The former UFC champion entered the ring after the women’s battle royal ended, indicating that she’ll have a match at WrestleMania. Rousey didn’t say anything as she pointed toward the WrestleMania sign with Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss, SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte and Asuka in the ring, though she told ESPN that she’s now a full-time wrestler.

Below are WWE Royal Rumble videos and results for every match on the card.

30-Woman Over-The-Top Royal Rumble Match

There weren’t many memorable spots, and the match will be remembered for the surprise returns more than anything else. Lita, Torrie Wilson, Michelle McCool, Vickie Guerrero and Kelly Kelly were among the entrants that are no longer in WWE. The Bella Twins came back and nearly won the battle royal, eliminating Sasha Banks to reach the final three. Nikki tossed Brie over the top rope to be one of the last two women left standing, but there was never much doubt that Asuka would be the eventual winner. Now, a WrestleMania match with Alexa Bliss, Charlotte, or maybe even Rousey, awaits the undefeated WWE superstar.

Winner: Asuka

30-Man Over-The-Top Royal Rumble Match

After butchering the last few Royal Rumble matches, WWE gave many of the fans what they wanted Sunday. Shinsuke Nakamura tossed Roman Reigns over the top rope to end the match, setting up a WrestleMania match between himself and AJ Styles. Nakamura also eliminated John Cena, who was among the final three wrestlers left standing. Finn Balor reached the final four after entering the match at No.2 and leading the way with more than 57 minutes of ring-time. Rey Mysterio and The Hurricane were the biggest surprise entrants.

Winner: Shinsuke Nakamura

WWE Champion AJ Styles vs. Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn — 2-on-1 Handicap Match

The match kicked off the PPV and was probably the best on the card. Styles rolled up Owens for the win, but a replay showed that Zayn actually should’ve been the legal man. That could mean both Owens and Zayn will get another shot at the title, but you can be certain that Styles will retain the belt until WrestleMania.

Winner: AJ Styles

Universal Champion Brock Lesnar vs. Braun Strowman vs. Kane (Triple Threat Match)

Somehow, Lesnar and Strowman have managed to have two largely underwhelming matches since their classic at SummerSlam. The two men traded some stiff shots in the ring and Lesnar put Strowman through a table, but a good portion of the 11-minute match was forgettable. The match ended when Lesnar F-5ed Kane onto a chair and scored the pinfall, likely setting up a WrestleMania title match between the champ and Reigns.

Winner: Brock Lesnar

Raw Tag Team Champions Seth Rollins & Jason Jordan vs. Cesaro & Sheamus

Jordan suffered an injury early in the match, leaving the champions very little chance to retain. Rollins didn’t have much success in what essentially became a handicap match. This could be the impetus for a Jordan heel turn.

Winner: Cesaro & Sheamus

SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos vs. Chad Gable & Shelton Benjamin (2-out-of-3-Falls Match)

Gable and Benjamin didn’t even get one fall as The Usos retained their titles in less than 15 minutes. That could mean a championship opportunity for Rusev and Aiden English is on its way.

Winner: The Usos

United States Champion Bobby Roode vs. Mojo Rawley (Kickoff Match)

In an open challenge, Roode defeated Rawley in his first title defense since winning the belt. Former champion Dolph Ziggler returned in the Royal Rumble match, likely meaning the two wrestlers are headed toward another feud.

Winner: Bobby Roode

The Revival vs. Karl Anderson & Luke Gallows (Kickoff Match)

Gallows and Anderson have been getting more of the spotlight on “Monday Night Raw” since reuniting with Finn Balor, but they haven’t been making many waves in the tag team division. Now that The Revival are healthy, it might not be too long before they find themselves in the title picture.

Winner: The Revival

Kalisto, Gran Metalik & Lince Dorado vs. TJP, Drew Gulak & Jack Gallagher

There was no Cruiserweight Championship Match on the show because of WWE’s recent decision to release Enzo Amore. The division is in flux, and there’s a good chance the next champion wasn’t in this match.

Winner: Kalisto, Gran Metalik & Lince Dorado