3 possible shockers at Royal Rumble 2019
Royal Rumble is the first PPV of the year, and it brings surprises each year. It is less than a week away, and the excitement is sky-high for the event. Royal Rumble will take place at Chase Field in Pheonix, Arizona.
Royal Rumble is a dual brand PPV, as the superstars from both brands participate at Royal Rumble. It is one of the biggest pay-per-views of the WWE, and the road to Wrestlemania starts from Royal Rumble. The battle Royal match is the primary attraction of the Royal Rumble where the participants try to eliminate each other from the squared circle.
The Royal Rumble winner gets an opportunity to headline the Grandest Stage of Them All. Meanwhile, WWE introduced women's Royal Rumble match last year. Hence, there will be two Royal Rumble matches at Chase Field.
Royal Rumble match card is looking astounding this year. All the titles will be on the line at Royal Rumble. Raw women's champion Ronda Rousey will defend her title against Sasha Banks. Smackdown women's champion Asuka will collide with Becky Lynch, and the WWE champion Daniel Bryan will face AJ Styles. Brock Lesnar will defend the Universal title against Finn Balor. Additionally, Nakamura will get his rematch against the US champion Rusev. The Cruiserweight Champion Buddy Murphy will defend his title in a fatal-4 way match. The tag team titles will be on the line at Chase Field.
Here we discuss three possible results that could happen at Royal Rumble this year:
#3 Seth Rollins could win Rumble by eliminating Drew McIntyre
Seth Rollins and Drew McIntyre are top contenders to win Royal Rumble match this year. Rollins had a memorable last year, and he won the Intercontinental title twice. He will be determined to continue his excellent run.
Rollins has won every active title in WWE, and he is a Grand Slam champion. However, he has never won the Universal title. In fact, he has never won the Royal Rumble match, and he will be aiming to win the first Royal Rumble match in his career.
Rollins and McIntyre fought on Raw where Rollins defeated the Scottish Psychopath. They had an intense segment, and both men claimed to win the Royal Rumble match. The segment suggests that the two men could be the last two survivors at Chase Field.