WWE Royal Rumble to Kick Off Predictable WrestleMania 31 Season
It is once again WrestleMania season and as is the case every year, we now are looking forward to who will win the Royal Rumble and headline WrestleMania XXXI in the Main Event.
There's just one problem. Everything is a little bit too predictable.
We all know that wrestling is heavily scripted, etc. But at least in the past the writers did a better job at making you guess what was going to happen.
About the only thing that was really "shocking" either last year or this year was that the Undertaker lost to Brock Lesnar. You didn't see that one coming, but can you say that this year?
Look at what happened on Raw. Cena wanted to have the stipulation added to the Royal Rumble match that if he won, Ziggler and company would get their jobs back.
Nope, can't have that because we need Brock as champion. So the stipulation happened Monday.
Then we had Sting's appearance. That was maybe the worst way possible that they could have introduced him. Oh, and he will be wrestling HHH at WrestleMania XXXI.
Cena's win Monday guarantees a Brock victory at Royal Rumble. Rollins will be a non-factor until after Mania.
Now we go on to the Royal Rumble. Basically, we have a two horse race here. Either Daniel Bryan or Roman Reigns wins this one.
Had Bryan not returned, this would have been guaranteed to be Reigns. However, I almost fully expect Bryan to win the match now.
Bryan wins the match and becomes the instant fan favorite to go to WrestleMania 31 to battle Brock Lesnar for the title.
Spoiler Alert: Brock Lesnar will drop the title at Mania. Doesn't matter who he wrestles.
Bryan "overcomes all odds" yet again and wins the title. After the match, Brock Lesnar goes off and beat the living hell out of Daniel Bryan.
Out comes Seth Rollins who then cashes in Money in the Bank.
Ring the bell, cover, and commence the three count.
Your winner of the Main Event of WrestleMania 31 and the NEW WWE World Heavyweight Champion - Seth Rollins.
You have my predictions. Would be nice to be proven wrong. Maybe I will on Sunday.