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2016's Royal Rumble? Big or Not?

Updated on January 23, 2016

Roman Reigns

Roman Reigns gained WWE stardom shortly after his teammate/brother, Seth Rollins, betrayed him by joining the Authority. His superman punches, spears, and charisma has not only been noticed and accepted by fans of all ages but also by the creative team. So much that he is currently the WWE World Heavyweight Champion and at such a young age of 30. If he were to be the last man standing in that ring, not only would it boost his career all the way to the stars, but it would also establish him as possibly the new face of WWE.

Seth Rollins Return

Former WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins
Former WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins

Seth Rollins is currently out with a nasty injury, and even though it has temporarily stopped him from wrestling,his future is still as bright as the North Star. The winner, whether Roman Reigns, Hornswoggle or someone in between, may be the perfect man to set up one of the greatest returns in WWE history. Just imagine the current champion celebrating after a hard fought match when, at the tune of CFO$'s "The Second Coming," The Future, The Architect, and The Man, Seth Rollins suddenly appears. He runs to the ring to the sound of uproarious applause (or boos) and takes out the current champion. Then he picks up the dropped title as he puts a microphone to his mouth and says I'm back.

NXT

NXT has been doing a superb job of making future stars of young talent. The Royal Rumble would be a perfect showcase for any of them. Finn Balor, Sami Zayn, Baron Corbin, Samoa Joe would all be perfect entrants to prove that not only does NXT live up to its reputation but is also ready to hang where the big boys play.

Surprises

And last but not least: SURPRISES! We all know that in the Royal Rumble, anything can happen. Remember when Matt Hardy turned on his brother Jeff at Royal Rumble 2009? Or when Edge returned after an injury and won the Royal Rumble of 2010? These were all shocking moments that none of us saw coming and made us look forward to next year's. What do you think is going to happen this year? Do you think Roman Reigns will come out on top? Anything can happen. Anything at all.

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