Predicting the next 5 title changes in WWE
WWE had a decent month of October and will look to get better in November. Last month, we witnessed both SmackDown's move to Fox and two PPV events, Hell in a Cell and Crown Jewel. We also saw a few titles change hands on those shows, as well. The Fiend's victory over Seth Rollins and Bayley's victory over Charlotte Flair spring to mind as two of the best in recent memory.
Going forward, there is no doubt that a few titles will change hands but - will they make sense? That's left for WWE to answer. Let's hope they give their performer some solid reigns that can make the title feel important.
In this post, I will try to predict the next five title changes in WWE. These choices are just speculation on who I think will win the title, and they don't follow an order. Anyways, let's jump into it.
#5. Daniel Bryan defeats Shinsuke Nakamura
Daniel Bryan was a heel for the most of the year, but lately, he's been showing tendencies of a babyface. He teamed up with Roman Reigns to defeat Luke Harper and Erick Rowan at Hell in a Cell. Fans can see he's in a tweener role and will have to be patient as it's a slow burner rather than an instant turn.
A few weeks after Hell in a Cell, he pinned Shinsuke Nakamura in a tag team match, and the following week Nakamura and Sami Zayn tried to recruit him to their side. Even though Bryan didn't join them, it's interesting to note that he didn't turn down the offer, either. He just walked away, leaving fans puzzled about his stance.
However, he will most likely reject the offer and eventually face Nakamura for the Intercontinental Championship. If the match does happen, there are no doubts regarding who the winner should be. While Bryan has slowly been getting momentum, the same isn't true for his counterpart. Therefore, Bryan will win the match and complete his babyface turn.