WrestleMania 33: 5 ways "New" Evolution can be formed at WrestleMania
WrestleMania 33 offers the perfect stage for the formation of New Evolution.
One of the most widely reported stories these past few weeks in the WWE is the formation of a new stable to be led by Triple H. "New Evolution" as it seems to have been dubbed has had three out of its potential four members already confirmed.
Triple H is the leader, obviously. And, Joining him are two powerhouses in the form of former WWE Universal Champion, Kevin Owens, as well as the latest addition to the Monday Night Raw roster, Samoa Joe.
While the fourth member is as yet unconfirmed, a number of names have been thrown around from Shinsuke Nakamura to Pete Dunne to Charlotte Flair. Regardless of who this fourth mystery member is, WrestleMania 33 offers a prime opportunity to officially form this “New Evolution” stable and get them on the road to dominating Raw.
So, without further ado, here are five ways "New Evolution" can be formed at WrestleMania 33:
#5 Pete Dunne makes an appearance
This I'll admit is the most unlikely of all the scenarios, and that's why it comes in at number 5 on the list. Pete Dunne has made a real name for himself at the WWE's UK Championship tournament and has all the heelish tendencies it takes to be a part of the New Evolution group.
He's just 23 years old and would be the perfect youngster to take his place amongst the three existing veterans in the group. The Bruiserweight could make an appearance and take out Austin Aries if the latter wins the Cruiserweight Championship from Neville at WrestleMania 33.
The WWE have already teased an alliance between Dunne and Trips during the UK Championship Tournament, and they can build on this storyline by introducing him as the final member of Hunter's posse on The Grandest Stage of Them All.
Just because the scenario is unlikely, doesn't mean it wouldn't be awesome to see.