5 things WWE must do at Greatest Royal Rumble pay-per-view
The Greatest Royal Rumble pay per view is less then a month away and here are five controversial things WWE must do during the pay per view!
What will happen when the Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia hosts The Greatest Royal Rumble pay-per-view later this month? The question is a tantalizing one, especially after the many curve balls that the WWE Universe were thrown at WrestleMania 34. But the ultimate question is how will WWE capitalize on them to create something memorable for the fans?
In fact, with how receptive overseas crowds are to things that wouldn't normally work in the United States, wouldn't this be the perfect chance for WWE to pull their ace in the hole and do things that they couldn't normally do?
The Greatest Royal Rumble pay-per-view almost upon us; here are five things WWE must do at the star-studded event, if they want to make it memorable.
#5 Have Shinsuke Nakamura beat Daniel Bryan to win the Royal Rumble
Rumors have been spreading like wildfire about WWE wanting Daniel Bryan to win the 50-man Royal Rumble match. While that would definitely be a feel-good moment for the crowd, WWE also has the possibility of using Shinsuke Nakamura's heel turn as a way to subvert expectations.
In fact, if WWE really wants to build heat on Nakamura after WrestleMania 34, why not insert him into the 50-man Royal Rumble match and have him screw over Daniel Bryan to cement his heel turn. Not only would doing so grab a huge amount of heat from the crowd, it also sets up the Daniel Bryan vs. Shinsuke Nakamura dream match as well.
In the end, it's not known if WWE will want to do this or not, especially since WWE could just as easily have Nakamura defeat Styles in their title match that night and set up the match with Bryan on another date. Hopefully, a match between the two former roommates happens one day, but having Nakamura screw Bryan in The Rumble would be a better way to do it.