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2017 Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal (Kickoff Match)

The Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal returns to WrestleMania for the fourth straight year tomorrow, during the second hour of the WrestleMania Kickoff, which can be seen live on WWE Network, USA Network, WWE.com and more platforms. A multitude of WWE Superstars from both Raw and SmackDown LIVE will collide to see who will claim the contest’s coveted trophy.

The annual Battle Royal was introduced at WrestleMania 30 in honor of the late WWE Hall of Famer, Andre the Giant. Since then, the over-the-top-rope extravaganza has become an opportunity for the winner to carve out his very own WrestleMania moment while catapulting his career to new heights.

In the match’s inaugural showing, Cesaro walked out the winner after bringing 75,000-plus WWE fans in New Orleans to their feet as he hoisted Big Show over the top rope for the victory. Since then, The World’s Largest Athlete has joined the winner’s circle along with Baron Corbin. Which Superstar will join this still very elusive group in Orlando?

The Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal begins with all the participants in the squared circle at the same time, and competitors are eliminated once they are thrown over the top rope and both feet touch the ground. The last man remaining is the victor.

So far, the following Superstars have announced their entry into the annual brawl:

Six nights before the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal in the WrestleMania Kickoff, The World's Largest Athlete makes a massive statement.

Stay tuned to WWE.com to find out which Raw and SmackDown LIVE Superstars will add their name to the list of participants in this monumental match. Who will make their WrestleMania moment happen in the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal? The special, two-hour Kickoff begins tonight at 5 ET/2 PT on the award-winning WWE Network. In addition to WWE Network, the Kickoff can also be seen on WWE.com, the WWE App, Facebook, YouTube, Pinterest and Google+. The second hour of the Kickoff also airs live on USA Network.

The Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal returns to WrestleMania for the fourth straight year tomorrow, during the second hour of the WrestleMania Kickoff, which can be seen live on WWE Network, USA Network, WWE.com and more platforms. A multitude of WWE Superstars from both Raw and SmackDown LIVE will collide to see who will claim the contest’s coveted trophy.

The annual Battle Royal was introduced at WrestleMania 30 in honor of the late WWE Hall of Famer, Andre the Giant. Since then, the over-the-top-rope extravaganza has become an opportunity for the winner to carve out his very own WrestleMania moment while catapulting his career to new heights.

In the match’s inaugural showing, Cesaro walked out the winner after bringing 75,000-plus WWE fans in New Orleans to their feet as he hoisted Big Show over the top rope for the victory. Since then, The World’s Largest Athlete has joined the winner’s circle along with Baron Corbin. Which Superstar will join this still very elusive group in Orlando?

The Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal begins with all the participants in the squared circle at the same time, and competitors are eliminated once they are thrown over the top rope and both feet touch the ground. The last man remaining is the victor.

So far, the following Superstars have announced their entry into the annual brawl:

Six nights before the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal in the WrestleMania Kickoff, The World's Largest Athlete makes a massive statement.

Stay tuned to WWE.com to find out which Raw and SmackDown LIVE Superstars will add their name to the list of participants in this monumental match. Who will make their WrestleMania moment happen in the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal? The special, two-hour Kickoff begins tonight at 5 ET/2 PT on the award-winning WWE Network. In addition to WWE Network, the Kickoff can also be seen on WWE.com, the WWE App, Facebook, YouTube, Pinterest and Google+. The second hour of the Kickoff also airs live on USA Network.