5 Royal Rumble surprise entrants we don't want to see
- There are a few WWE legends that should not be a part of this year's Royal Rumble.
The Royal Rumble is a unique PPV in the WWE, where a Superstar's fortunes in the promotion can turn around overnight. Many Superstars over the years have benefitted hugely from a good showing in the Rumble, especially the Royal Rumble match.
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This year's Royal Rumble will see the men's and women's Rumble matches, where 30 men and 30 women will face off in a battle royal, with the men's winner getting a shot at the Universal or WWE Championship, while the women's winner can choose between the RAW or SmackDown women's champion.
A surprise entrant in the Rumble match can get a huge pop from the audience, as well as set-up new storylines. A returning Superstar, either after a hiatus due to injury, or a semi-retired Superstar, can be a good addition to the show.
There have been several rumours about certain stars returning at the Royal Rumble.
But these 5 Superstars below, shouldn't be a part of the Royal Rumble match later this month, for a variety of reasons.
Let's take a look at 5 Royal Rumble surprise entrants we don't want to see:
#5 The Bella Twins
The WWE Universe dislikes part-timers, as has been evidenced by the reaction that Brock Lesnar gets these days. So, expect a similar reaction if one of the Bella Twins - Nikki and Brie, is one of the last few remaining in the Rumble match.
In last year's first-ever women's Royal Rumble match, Brie and Nikki Bella put up a good showing, with the latter being the last one to be eliminated by Asuka.
The twins haven't featured much in the last year or so, making a handful of appearances. A deep run in the Rumble match for either of them would rob a much more deserving full-time Superstar an opportunity to impress, and even win, the Rumble match.