5 superstars who could've been a better choice for #30 at the Royal Rumble
Dolph Ziggler was a surprise, just an unpleasant one.
The recently concluded Royal Rumble was one of the best in recent years. It had everything from exceptional surprises to good booking. The right superstars got the attention, and will undoubtedly benefit from it, in the coming weeks.
However, one superstar whose booking is still confusing the WWE Universe, is Dolph Ziggler. He won a title, relinquished it, disappeared, and reappeared at No.30 to do absolutely nothing. His 'superkick party' began and ended with his quick elimination.
We look at five superstars who could have made a much bigger impact compared to 'The ShowOff' at the #30 position.
#5 Jason Jordan
One of the most annoying characters in WWE today, Jason Jordan has developed a weird connection with the WWE Universe. His initial push as Angle's son was met with utmost disappointment, but the proverbial "slow burn" of Jordan has been beautiful to watch.
He went from becoming a Reigns 2.0 to a Kurt Angle-esque character, where the audience is booing him and WWE wants exactly that. Him coming at No.30, bragging that he received it due to his father being GM, could have been a great way to make him an even more hated heel.
Imagine him coming out at No.30 to his father's theme, the uproar would have been humongous.