WWE Royal Rumble 2023: All 30 Entrants Prediction
WWE Royal Rumble 2023: All 30 Entrants Prediction.There are already a few wrestlers that have been announced for the 2023 Royal Rumble…
WWE Royal Rumble 2023: All 30 Entrants Prediction.There are already a few wrestlers that have been announced for the 2023 Royal Rumble match, so instead of wasting time listing them, I will just get them out of the way here. Follow WWE Royal Rumble 2023 Updates with InsideSport.IN
Zayn should go out first to underscore that he is the spirited babyface ahead of his showdown with Roman Reigns in Montreal.
2- Chad Gable
Gable is a tremendous prelim heel – he’s better than that, but also great at the role – and their exchanges will immediately convey to the audience that Zayn is the man they are to get behind.
Seth Rollins has a tank like few others, can pull off a few blistering sequences so that the long and patient match doesn’t collapse into complete tedium towards the end of the first third, and, as a top star, must be pacified.
Karl Anderson is the epitome of somebody who just exists in 2022, and if that scans as harsh, it’s literally his gimmick at this point and he revels in it.
Elias is over but not too over to send fans into too early a frenzy, he won’t do anything spectacular, and the fans will at least recognize the sting of his entrance music.
6- Mustafa Ali-
Mustafa Ali is the perfect compromise; he’s hardly a top star, but he’s a very good worker who can wake the crowd up with some exciting high spots before lurking by a turnbuckle until the time calls for his elimination.
He can walk to the ring with a smug expression, maybe chuck Gable out to get a cheap rise out of the “smart marks”, and then sell the humiliation of getting done in by Sami.
Damien Priest is not a star, exactly, but he’s over in the remarkably fun Judgment Day stable – remarkable.
The Rumble is teeming with narrative opportunity, and the mere sight of Sikoa showing more dominance than Elias and Anderson will bring into focus just far he has come in mere months.
Kofi Kingston’s presence in a Royal Rumble match is mandatory, even if the annual, awesome, incredibly risky elimination escape spot might be asking rather a lot of him nowadays.
X-Pac can still go, certainly to the level of a Rumble cameo limited to the odd spinning crescent kick, Bronco Buster and fellatio request.
He’s beloved by the WWE audience at long last, he can Brogue Kick everybody’s face off in one of the better introduction sequences.
Dominik Mysterio is in the Royal Rumble match to do things: chew bubblegum and be a useless tw*t.
The Miz is basically there to facilitate the rise of newer, younger acts these days, which is ironic – and harebrained – since he’s closer to Tom Magee than Bret Hart.
Cody Rhodes must therefore enter at the midway point, if he’s to win the whole thing or at least fail nobly with a view to finding another route to WrestleMania.
Jey Uso is going to enter the ring and over-act the idea that he’s surprised about how well Sami is doing. He’s then going to tell him to calm down.
Rey Mysterio enters the Royal Rumble match and wows the crowd with his timeless, spectacular offense. He comes face to face with his estranged son. Dominik begs Rey to hit him.
It’s time again to bring down the crowd via the introduction of the rank-and-file, and what a bloody indictment of Shinsuke Nakamura that is.
Cedric is a very talented individual who isn’t remotely over. Very few WWE performers are, in the old-fashioned since. They don’t generate major reactions for the most part.
Nothing much to add that wasn’t already touched upon in the Jey Uso entry: Jimmy’s role in this match is to facilitate the full-blown Sami Zayn babyface turn, which of course will spark the betrayal shortly thereafter.
Austin Theory works much better as a later entrant because he’s meant to summon dread.
He’s about as funny as Triple H was in the 2000s, and Triple H only differed from the bubonic plague in that the plague at its worst only lasted seven years.
GUNTHER is here to last ’til the final two, execute a shock elimination that will be elaborated upon imminently, and generally operate as a brutal destroyer because the biggest match of his life is around the corner.
Nobody believes him as the babyface to dethrone Roman Reigns these days, likely because he played both legs at home and still skied it over the bar during the shoot-out at Clash At The Castle.
Ryder will generate a pop, he’s already declared WWE as his endgame, and as a talented all-rounder will probably do rather well for himself.
Montez Ford should reach the final four, which is a strong hint in itself that the promotion thinks highly of a performer.
If he’s in the Rumble – and Triple H will want to do everything possible to launch his first road to WrestleMania in monumental fashion – he’s not entering an Iron Man performance.
The closest thing WWE has to the Brawler these days is of course former WWE Champion Jinder Mahal, so he’ll do nicely.
Humberto is the second of two pure jobbers. He is the guy who will make the audience think “Well, no use getting excited over number 30 if this f*cker is second-last”.
Lesnar, in a shocking moment, can only land two Germans on whichever rubes are left before GUNTHER doesn’t budge, breaks the lock, and chops Lesnar into a red mush.
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