In professional wrestling, a battle royal (sometimes battle royale; plural battles royal or battle royals) is a multi-competitor match type in which wrestlers are eliminated until one is left and declared winner. Professional wrestling, or pro wrestling, is a non-competitive professional Sport, where all matches are scripted by the promotion's booking staff Many types of matches, sometimes called "concept" or " gimmick matches" in the jargon of the business, can be found in the form of Performing Typical battle royals begin with 20 participants in the ring, who are then eliminated by being thrown over the top rope and having both feet touch the venue floor. A wrestling ring is the ring stage that professional wrestlers wrestle in 
The National Wrestling Alliance's (NWA) Bunkhouse Stampede involved wrestlers wearing what was described as "bunkhouse gear"—cowboy boots, jeans, t-shirts—instead of their normal wrestling tights and not only allowed but encouraged the bringing of weapons. The National Wrestling Alliance ( NWA) is the largest governing body for a group of independent Professional wrestling promotions and sanctions various NWA Jeans are Trousers made from Denim. Mainly designed for work, they became popular among Teenagers starting in the 1950s. " Foreign object " is a Professional wrestling term for an object introduced into the match In 1988 the NWA named a pay-per-view after the Bunkhouse Stampede, which featured a Bunkhouse Stampede match held inside a cage. The Bunkhouse Stampede was a Professional wrestling show held annually by Jim Crockett Promotions from 1985 through 1988 Many types of matches, sometimes called "concept" or " gimmick matches" in the jargon of the business, can be found in the form of Performing 
A "Divas battle royal" has solely female wrestlers vying to be the last person standing. In contrast to traditional rules, however, participants can be eliminated not only by being thrown over, but through the ring ropes. 
Popularized by Toryumon Japan, two wrestlers start the match, and 2 extra participants enter simultaneously from different corners of the ring at the 1-minute intervals. Toryumon is the name of Último Dragón 's Professional wrestling school and the associated professional wrestling promotion. Along with over-the-top-rope eliminations, pinfalls and submissions also count in this variation.
Gauntlet for the Gold is a variation on the battle royal used by Total Nonstop Action Wrestling. The Gauntlet match as defined by Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, is a battle royal -style match Total Nonstop Action Wrestling ( TNA) is an American Professional wrestling promotion founded by Jeff Jarrett and his father Jerry Jarrett In this version two wrestlers begin in the ring, with additional wrestlers entering on a set time period. Wrestlers are eliminated by being thrown over the top rope and to the floor until two wrestlers are left, at which point a standard singles match begins. 
A Last Blood battle royal is essentially a multi-competitor First Blood match. Many types of matches, sometimes called "concept" or " gimmick matches" in the jargon of the business, can be found in the form of Performing The winner is the last wrestler in the match not bleeding. 
A reverse battle royal begins with wrestlers surrounding the ring instead of inside it. At the start of the match they battle for half of them to get in to the ring, at which point a standard last person standing battle royal begins. 
The World Wrestling Entertainment's Royal Rumble is a 30-person battle-royal with the wrestlers receiving staggered (generally two minutes) entrances rather than all beginning at the same time. The Royal Rumble is an annual Professional wrestling Pay-per-view event produced every January by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE World Wrestling Entertainment Inc ( WWE) is a publicly traded privately controlled integrated media (focusing in Television, Internet, 
Team variations of battle royals consist of two or more teams of wrestlers, with the number of wrestlers on each team usually being equal. There are different types of such matches:
World Championship Wrestling's World War 3 (also III) was an annual three ring, 60-man battle royal. World War 3 was an annual Professional wrestling Pay-per-view event produced by World Championship Wrestling. The match begins with the wrestlers spread evenly between the three rings, and when 30 remain they are consolidated into the center ring. For the final year the rules were modified to allow pinfall and submission eliminations and change the consolidation point to 20.