There are only a few more days until the 2018 Royal Rumble, and this year’s event is going to be huge. It is the first year that the women’s division at WWE will get their own Royal Rumble match. That means that fans will be getting two Rumble matches on Sunday, January 28.

This year’s event will take place at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA at 7 PM ET/4 PM PT. As of this writing, there are only six matches on the card, but there will be a Kickoff Show on the WWE Network and on YouTube starting at 5 PM ET/2 PM PT. In total, both shows will likely run between five and six hours.

The easiest way to watch the Royal Rumble is on the WWE Network. The app can be accessed on phones, tablets, or through your PC, as both iOS and Windows 10 have apps available. Additionally, many smart TVs have the app available for download or you can use streaming devices like Apple TV, Roku, or Chromecast. The network is also available on Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, and PS4 by downloading the app through their stores. Currently, you can sign up for a free month of the WWE Network to watch the Rumble, as long as you remember to cancel the service afterwards if you’re no longer interested. Even though the first month is free, you’ll still need a valid credit card to sign up. Otherwise, you can order the event through your cable or satellite provider. For Comcast subscribers, the event will cost $45, and for those who have Verizon Fios, they will be paying $55.

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If betting odds are any indication of the winner, then there are a few surprises coming this Sunday. The odds at BetWay (via Odds Shark) have Smackdown‘s Shinsuke Nakamura favored to win the men’s Rumble, followed by Raw‘s Roman Reigns and Smackdown General Manager Daniel Bryan. On the women’s side–believe it or not–former UFC fighter Ronda Rousey is favored to win, which is who GameSpot’s Greg Thomas picked to win the match. She is followed by Raw‘s Asuka and Smackdown‘s Becky Lynch. Rousey may be a big gamble as she’s currently in Bogota, Columbia filming a movie. She told TMZ that there’s no deal year and her appearing at the Rumble is impossible. However, we’re talking about wrestling and secrets and misdirection are a part of the business.

Come back to GameSpot on Sunday for live coverage of the event, as well as our takes on the PPV itself. If you’re looking for even more information about the Rumble, check out the links below.