4 Reasons why the Greatest Royal Rumble will NOT live up to fan expectation
Watch it, have fun...but don't get your hopes up too high
The Greatest Royal Rumble is almost upon us, but there just isn't that much buzz going into the event despite it comprising of all the talent that the WWE can get their hands on.
Perhaps because it is just a glorified live event or maybe it's just too soon to digest an extravaganza of this magnitude so soon after WrestleMania 34.
Either way, it doesn't quite feel like a huge event.
And maybe it's good for it to remain like that.
Despite boasting of stars like the Undertaker, a returning Chris Jericho, Triple H, John Cena, Roman Reigns and practically every other WWE (non-female) Superstar that the company could get their hands on, perhaps it's better if we're not too hyped for this event.
Why do I say so? I have my reasons...four of them in fact.
And if you read on, perhaps you may agree with me on some of them too.
#1 The Undertaker is seriously past it
There is a reason why the Undertaker wrestled what was essentially a squash match against Cena at WrestleMania 34.
And that's because he just can't wrestle a 20-minute clinic anymore.
So that automatically eliminates the chances that his Casket match against Rusev, which is one of the main attractions of the card, would even be a half decent affair.
So a squash match then?
Either that or a gimmicky, drawn-out match that doesn't really feature much wrestling but focuses more on the fact that the Undertaker is actually back in the ring again.
And to compound the misery, Rusev - who's legitimately one of the most over Superstars in the WWE today - is probably going to get squashed.