5 Programs for Seth Rollins after Elimination Chamber
He came up short at the Chamber. What's next for the Kingslayer?
We all saw the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view. We know what Roman Reigns will be doing at WrestleMania. We know what Brock Lesnar will be doing, as well. What we do not know is what lies ahead for Seth Freakin' Rollins.
The WWE mega-star has been on the road to redemption recently. His recent performances have reminded us just how gifted and professional the man could be, if given half a chance. We're here to analyse what the man can do, on the road to the Elimination Chamber.
Feel free to chime in with our comments, in the section below. We would love to hear your thoughts and opinions.
For our part, we feel these 5 programs may be ideal for Seth Rollins.
#5 Ronda Rousey's Mixed Tag Partner
Triple H and Seth Rollins tore the house down at WrestleMania 33. Stephanie McMahon was famously part of the match as well, when she took a table bump and was written off TV for months. We'd love to see Rollins team up with Rousey, instead of Kurt Angle, like it seems now. We'll tell you the reason here.
Ronda Rousey did look dominant when she put Triple H through a wooden table at Elimination Chamber. However, she also showcased that she wasn't the best performer on the microphone during the very same segment. Having a veteran like Rollins in the mix could teach her a lot.
It would also enhance Rollins' own status in the company, to be featured alongside Rousey. It would establish him as a top-tier performer, in the same league as Cena, Lesnar and Reigns.
Honestly, considering how confused Kurt Angle has seemed recently, we don't really know if he'd be a worthy partner for Ronda Rousey.