6 Biggest things WWE secretly told us at the Royal Rumble
In what was probably one of the most compelling shows of the year, WWE put their best foot forward into presenting us the Royal Rumble from Chase Field, Arizona tonight.
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All the matches on the kick-off proved vital in bringing more emphasis on the main card, where the female competitors, especially Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch with their immense technicality and craft brought the house down.
There's no denying that Vince McMahon could be planning some legitimate alterations on the main roster after facing a huge backlash from the fans for the same repetitive product every single week.
The Road to WrestleMania 35 has begun and how, with both the Men's and Women's Royal Rumble matches playing an integral role in setting the stage for the Grandest Stage of Them All in New Jersey.
Overall, the night was a solid blend of wrestling and sports entertainment presented to the fans who desperately yearned for something rejuvenating to happen this year.
With Seth Rollins and Becky Lynch now destined to headline the Grandest Stage of Them All, this year's WrestleMania looks a solid one.
While there were some glitches tonight where the creative decisions could have irked the fans, the Royal Rumble was successful in eventually garnering the spotlight it deserves.
Considering that the matches definitely enlightened the crowd, there are still a lot of things that the company tried to tell us vicariously through some of their segments and matches that happened. What were they? Let's find out.
Here are the six biggest things WWE secretly told us at the Royal Rumble.
#6 Becky Lynch will defeat Ronda Rousey at the Grandest Stage of Them All
Chase Field has just witnessed a miracle, as Becky Lynch defied all odds and ascended to the top by winning the Women's Royal Rumble match.
While many fans criticized the initial stages of the Women's Royal Rumble match, the company certainly did a good job in booking the ending to perfection.
Lynch's willingness to fight Charlotte despite suffering the wrath of Asuka in the SmackDown Women's Championship match combined with the savage assault by Nia Jax was absolutely breathtaking.
Since we already know that The Man is rumored to headline the Grandest Stage of Them All, she could eventually be the one Vince McMahon ends up pushing to the moon by having her defeating the Rowdy One for the first time.
The story is on the table. The former SmackDown Women's Champion is destined to lock horns with the Raw Women's Champion and after what transpired tonight, she could very well tap her out at MetLife Stadium.