The Royal Rumble in 2021 is gaining a correspondent that knows a thing or two about royalty.
BBC reporter Jennie Bond has been named an official Royal Rumble correspondent according to the WWE UK Twitter account.
Bond has worked for 14 years as the BBC's Royal correspondent covering all things regarding Queen Elizabeth and the Royal Family. Now, she is entering the ring to cover a Royal Rumble like no other.
BREAKING NEWS: @jenniebond1 announced as official Royal Rumble Correspondent.— WWE UK (@WWEUK) January 28, 2021
Jennie has all the latest news, views & opinions as we look ahead to Sunday night. #RoyalRumble pic.twitter.com/E6rbXdlPzb
This year's Royal Rumble will be live from the ThunderDome with no live audience in attendance. As such, WWE is shifting gears with how they normally do things. For example, WWE Backstage on FS1 will be announcing the first two entranTS for the women's Royal Rumble and the last entrant for the men's Royal Rumble.
Also, Bond will not be the only appearance from an outside entertainment source as Bad Bunny will be performing his song, Booker T, at the event. Learn more about that here.
Fightful will have live Royal Rumble coverage on Sunday, January 31st, 2021.