Royal Rumble 2011 Results: Eve Torres wins WWE Divas Championship
Posted on Sunday, January 30th, 2011

On January 30, 2011 at the Royal Rumble, Eve Torres pinned Layla to become a 2-Time WWE Divas Champion

Natalya‘s WWE Divas Championship reign came to an end on January 30, 2011 at the Royal Rumble, in a Fatal Four Way match. The match which was originally a 2-on-1 handicap match—pitting Lay-Cool against Natalya, was changed to a 4-Way, with Eve Torres added to the match.

Here is the full results from WWE.com…

BOSTON – In a shocking turn of events at a sold-out TD Banknorth Garden, Raw’s Anonymous General Manager evened the odds in Natalya’s Divas Championship defense against Lay-Cool, ordering the bout become a Fatal 4-Way Match. This decision would set the stage for Eve to capture the butterfly for the second time in her young career.

The battle was fierce and competitive as the sexy, smart and powerful Divas each desired to head in the right direction on the Road to WrestleMania. When the dust settled, Eve stood victorious by taking advantage of the situation, capturing her second Divas Title by pinning Layla. However, Eve’s victory did not come without controversy as the referee did not see Michelle pinning Natalya at the same time. (FULL WWE.com Write-Up)


1- World Heavyweight Championship: Edge(c) defeated Dolph Ziggler (w/ Vickie Guerrero)

2-WWE Championship: The Miz (c) (w/ Alex Riley) defeated Randy Orton

3-WWE Divas Championship: Eve defeated Natalya(c), Layla and Michelle McCool

4-Alberto Del Rio won 2011 Royal Rumble match


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